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After beating New Zealand in a series, Gill, Hardik, and Arshdeep go up in the T20I rankings


Following India’s 2-1 victory over New Zealand in the last match of the home series last week, Shubman Gill, Hardik Pandya, and Arshdeep Singh have risen in the ICC T20I player rankings. While a quiet series by his standards, Suryakumar Yadav remains the top-ranked hitter in the standings.

In the decisive match in Ahmedabad, where India amassed 234 for 4 before dismissing New Zealand for 66, Gill hit 144 runs over three innings, including an unbeaten 126. After only six T20 Internationals, he rose to joint-thirty on the batters’ table, a very remarkable rise of 168 places in the rankings.

In Ahmedabad, Hardik and Arshdeep combined to restrict New Zealand to 7 for 4 after three overs, with Arshdeep returning 2 for 16. As a consequence, he has climbed eight positions and is now ranked 13th among bowlers. Top of that list is Rashid Khan.

ODI rankings: Jofra Archer declares once more

Jofra Archer’s incredible recovery was the main story of the ODI series between South Africa and England, which South Africa won 2-1. After being out of the game for over two years, Archer led the series in wickets taken with seven, one more than Anrich Nortje and Adil Rashid combined. This includes a career-high 6 for 40 in the decisive game. By the completion of the series, Archer had climbed 13 ranks to take 22nd place among bowlers on a list that was headed by Mohammed Siraj.

The lowest team total in the series was 271, and 300 was broken three times. Jos Buttler moved up six ranks to joint-20th among hitters after scoring 131 in the most recent ODI, which resulted in a total of 346 for 7, while Dawid Malan moved up 31 spots to 58th after scoring 118 and forming a 232-run partnership with Buttler for the fourth wicket.

In that match, Heinrich Klaasen put South Africa in the hunt and within striking distance of a series sweep, but his 62-ball 80 wasn’t sufficient for the occasion. Babar Azam remained to be the top batter, although he did move up 11 spots to No. 42.

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