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Kohli, Bumrah lead ODI charts heading into World Cup


LONDON: India captain Virat Kohli and speedy bowler Jasprit Bumrah lead the ICC ODI player scores going into the World Cup.

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England go into the 10-team tournament as the top aspect within the group scores with 125 issues and India in second position four issues behind.

Kohli enjoys a at ease 51-point lead over his second-placed teammate Rohit Sharma within the present scores, that have been up to date final week after England's 4-0 sequence victory over Pakistan, the Tri-series in Ireland, and Sri Lanka and Afghanistan's tours of the British Isles.

The peak 10 for batsmen also has two each from New Zealand (Ross Taylor at 3rd and Martin Guptill at 10th), South Africa (Quinton de Kock at fifth) and Faf du Plessis at sixth) and Pakistan (Babar Azam at 7th and Fakhar Zaman at ninth). Shai Hope of the West Indies and Joe Root of England are in fourth and 8th positions, respectively.

Hope scored 470 runs within the Tri-series in Ireland, greater than 200 runs greater than somebody else, which propelled him as much as a career-best fourth place with 808 issues.

The home aspect's Paul Stirling - who struck 130 towards Bangladesh - moved up five puts to 25th and Soumya Sarkar - who helped Bangladesh win the tournament with a quick-fire innings of 66 from just 41 balls within the final at Malahide received 10 puts to reach 28th place.

In the bowlers' listing, Bumrah also has compatriot wrist-spinners Kuldeep Yadav (7th) and Yuzvendra Chahal (8th) for company whilst South Africa has the pair of Imran Tahir and Kagiso Rabada in fourth and fifth positions.

Trent Boult of New Zealand (second), Rashid Khan of Afghanistan (3rd), Pat Cummins of Australia (sixth), Chris Woakes of England (ninth) and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (10th) are the others within the peak 10 ruled by means of wrist spinners.

The Bangladesh spin twins Shakib and Mehidy Hasan Miraz also carried out well within the tri-series tournament, which ended in helpful features.

Shakib bowled economically, conceding just 4.31 runs in keeping with over to move up 10 puts and back into the arena's peak 20 bowlers. Mehidy conceded best 4.20 runs in keeping with over within the tournament, and led to a career-best 22nd place.

Jason Roy was the star in England's high-scoring sequence win over Pakistan. He scored 277 runs within the sequence to move back into the arena's peak 20, and is at the verge of transferring previous 700 issues for the first time.

Roy is a part of a bunch of 4 England batsmen between 15th and 20th, which also comprises Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan.


Each of Pakistan's peak 3 scored a century within the sequence, with Imam-ul-Haq transferring as much as a career-best 14th place as his profession batting average moved previous sixty. His opening partner Fakhar Zaman also reached a career-high with 768 issues over the course of the sequence, and Babar Azam is also within the peak 10 with the bat.


Bowlers had a harder time within the England v Pakistan sequence, with Chris Woakes a notable exception, as his figures of 4 for 67 at Bristol and five for 54 at Leeds took him back into the top ten for the first time since March 2018.


Imad Wasim's six wickets within the sequence have taken him as much as a career-best 570 issues in 28th place. Shaheen Shah Afridi was dear however no less than had the comfort of reaching a career-best 57th place with 473 issues at the finish of the sequence.


Shakib is the top-ranked all-rounder at 559 issues with Rashid best 20 behind and his compatriot Mohammad Nabi a further 20 behind at 519 issues.


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