India’s Kuldeep Yadav now in the top five, and Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami in the top ten. Virat Kohli moves up three spots to No. 4 among batters, just one rating point behind Quinton de Kock. Gill has had a stellar year in ODI cricket, tallying 1449 runs so far from 26 matches. Babar finds the gap between him and the rising Gill very slim. Glenn Maxwell put in a superhuman show to single-handedly take Australia past Afghanistan and into the World Cup semi-finals. Kohli and Rohit Sharma have been their most prolific batters so far. India have won eight out of eight league-stage matches so far, all by significant margins. Shami (16 wickets in four games), Bumrah (15 in eight), Ravindra Jadeja (14 in eight), Kuldeep (12 in eight) and Siraj (ten in eight) have performed as a pack. Siraj, following 3 for 16 and 1 for 11 against Sri Lanka and South Africa respectively earlier in the week, has moved up from third to first. Kuldeep is up three places to fourth, Bumrah is up three spots to eighth, and Shami is up seven places to tenth.
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