Interesting Ranking Changes And Stats Of Pak V Eng

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Interesting Ranking Changes Stats Pak V Eng
Azhar Ali, who began the Test at 34th position, has hopped 11 spots to turn into Pakistan’s second most noteworthy positioned batsman after Babar Azam, who has held his fifth position. The most recent ICC rankings were delivered before today. 

Azhar came into the third Test (Pak V Eng) with scores of 0, 18 and 20, and conveyed his bat for 141, which was his seventeenth Test century in 81 matches. His endeavors couldn’t spare Pakistan from a follow-on, yet his side figured out how to acquire a good draw as the arrangement finished 1-0 in support of England. 

Babar Azam scored 11 and 63 not out in the third Southampton Test (Pak V Eng)yet has remained in the fifth situation on 797 focuses. The rundown is going by Steve Smith of Australia (911 focuses), trailed by Virat Kohli (886), Marnus Labuschagne (827) and Kane Williamson (812). 

Wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, who was pronounced Pakistan’s player of the arrangement, has increased three places and is presently at 72nd position. Rizwan scored 53 and included 138 runs for the 6th wicket with Azhar in Pakistan’s first innings score of 273. 

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Pakistan batsmen slipping in the most recent ICC rankings are Asad Shafiq (26th), Shan Masood (29th), Abid Ali (59th), while Fawad Alam is outside the best 100. 

In the bowling table, Mohammad Abbas has dropped out of the best 10 subsequent to sliding five spots to impart the thirteenth situation to India’s Mohammad Shami. The quick bowler, in any case, has remained Pakistan’s most noteworthy positioned Test bowler. 

Wrist spinner Yasir Shah, who took two for 173, has additionally slipped one spot to 23rd spot,.Shaheen Shah Afridi is right now positioned at 33rd and Naseem has dropped to 57th position. 

James Anderson, who excused Azhar to turn into the principal quick bowler to step through 600 Exam wickets, has climbed to eighth in the rundown, which is going by Pat Cummins and followed by Stuart Broad, Neil Wagner, Tim Southee, and Jason Holder.

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