The following is a list that highlights the top performances in each category of the MRF Tyres ODI Player Rankings who will be participating in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup this year.
The best batter in the league is Ibrahim Zadran (#18).
The best bowler in the world is Mujeeb Ur Rahman, who is rated third.
Mohammad Nabi, rated #2 overall, is considered to be the best all-rounder.
In the One-Day International (ODI) rankings category, Afghanistan has two players listed within of the top three spots, with former captain Mohammad Nabi leading the way as the No. 2 ranked all-rounder.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a spin bowler, is ranked third in the ODI bowler rankings, while Rashid Khan, another tweaker, is ranked fourth. Neither bowler is too far behind in this category. At the age of 18, young right-handed batsman Ibrahim Zadran is considered to be Afghanistan’s best hitter.
David Warner, who is now rated sixth, is the best hitter.
Bowler Josh Hazlewood is currently rated number one.
Josh Hazlewood (ranked #14) is considered to be the best all-rounder.
David Warner, a veteran who is now in good form and who is ranked the top among Australian players on the list of ODI hitters, maintains a fantastic degree of consistency at the One-Day International level.
Although the veteran seamer Josh Hazlewood recently lost the top spot for bowlers to India’s Mohammed Siraj, the right-armer still holds the second spot in this category and is unexpectedly high up on the list for all-rounders at the 14th spot.
Mushfiqur Rahim, who is rated number 21, is the best hitter.
Shakib Al Hasan, who holds the number 17 spot, is the best bowler.
Shakib Al Hasan is now rated first overall as the best all-rounder.
On the eve of his sixth World Cup, the evergreen captain Shakib Al Hasan continues to rewrite the record books and set new benchmarks. due to the fact that the Bangladeshi superstar is still in first place on the list of all-rounders who play in one-day internationals.
Shakib has previously participated in the 2007, 2011, 2015, and 2019 editions of the event. Since his second participation in 2011, he has remarkably maintained his position as the No. 1 ODI all-rounder at the beginning of each tournament since then.
Mushfiqur Rahim holds the top rating for batsmen for Bangladesh with a score of 21, while the veteran is also the highest rated bowler for Bangladesh with 17.
The best hitter in the rankings is Dawid Malan (#14).
Bowler Chris Woakes has the number one spot in the rankings.
Chris Woakes is now rated highest among all-rounders (tied for 11th place).
Although England’s captain Jos Buttler (#17) is only three rungs below the seasoned No.3 and is expected to push hard throughout the World Cup, the ever-consistent Dawid Malan is England’s best rated hitter. However, Jos Buttler is England’s lowest ranked batsman.
Rapid and dependable. It shouldn’t come as much of a shock that Chris Woakes has the highest rating possible in both the bowling and all-rounder categories; after all, the tall right-armer was a significant contributor to England’s victory in the most recent World Cup, during which he took 16 wickets at the 2019 competition.
The best batter in the league is Shubman Gill (#2)
Bowler Mohammed Siraj is currently rated number one in the world.
Hardik Pandya, rated number seven, is now the best all-rounder.
Following his game-winning performance against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup final earlier this month, newly-crowned No. 1 rated bowler Mohammed Siraj leads the way for India, who are the only team competing in the World Cup that can claim of having a player within the top 10 in each rating category.
This propelled Siraj over the Australian seamer Josh Hazlewood and into the top position for ODI bowlers. Meanwhile, the rising star Shubman Gill is within only 10 rating points of winning the No. 1 title for batsmen from the Pakistani captain Babar Azam. Hardik Pandya, who has a lot of experience playing many positions, is also ranked among the top 10 all-rounders.
The Dutch Republic
The hitter with the best overall ranking is Scott Edwards (#39).
The best bowler in the world is #51 Logan van Beek.
Bas de Leede, who is rated #49 overall, is the best all-rounder.
Don’t be surprised if the talented 23-year-old turns a few heads with his performances in India if he can continue the form that saw him dominate the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament earlier in the year. Emerging star Bas de Leede is the highest ranked all-rounder for the Netherlands. However, don’t be surprised if he turns a few heads with his performances in India.
The consistent skipper Scott Edwards is still the greatest hitter for the Netherlands in the ODI rankings, coming in at No. 39. However, seamer Logan van Beek keeps the top place for the Netherlands in the rankings for bowlers.
New Zealand (n.fr.)
The best batter overall is Kane Williamson, who is tied for 28th place.
Bowler Trent Boult is currently rated number one (#5).
Mitchell Santner is now rated highest among all-rounders (tied for 11th place).
In the one-day international bowling rankings, New Zealand has two players ranked within the top 10, with unheralded left-armer Trent Boult leading the way in fifth place and fellow pacer Matt Henry in ninth place.
Despite recent injury setbacks, Kane Williamson, New Zealand’s captain, maintains his position as the top player on the list for hitters at equal 28th. Mitchell Santner, meantime, holds the position of equal 11th on the list for all-rounders in one-day internationals.
The number one batter in the rankings is Babar Azam.
Bowler Shaheen Afridi is rated number one in the world.
Shadab Khan, rated #13, is considered to be the best all-rounder.
It should come as no surprise that Babar Azam is still in first place in the ODI batter rankings heading into this year’s World Cup. In previous years, Babar Azam has been a consistent presence at the top of these rankings, and it is expected that he will continue to do so.
While Shadab Khan goes about his business with a minimum of fuss from his position as the 13th best all-rounder in ODIs, the always dangerous Shaheen Afridi is securely tucked within the top 10 of the bowler rankings.
Rassie van der Dussen, who is now rated third, is the best batter.
Keshav Maharaj, who is rated #14, is the best bowler.
Aiden Markram is now rated highest among all-rounders (equally #23)
Rassie van der Dussen, who bats right-handed and plays in the middle order, has maintained his position towards the top of the rankings for batters in one-day internationals (ODIs) in recent years, and the right-hander enters the World Cup with just Babar Azam and Shubman Gill ahead of him on the current list.
Keshav Maharaj, an experienced off-break bowler, is now ranked 14th on the list for ODI bowlers, while Aiden Markram, who has been doing very well at the international level, is tied for 23rd place among all-rounders.
Country Known as: Sri Lanka
Charith Asalanka (#27) is now the highest rated batter.
The highest rated bowler is Maheesh Theekshana (#16).
The best all-rounder in terms of rankings is Dhananjaya de Silva (#17).
Maheesh Theekshana, who is currently ranked 16th on the ODI rankings for bowlers, will be responsible for a large portion of Sri Lanka’s success with the ball since it is expected that their ace spinner Wanindu Hasaranga would be unable to participate in the World Cup due to an injury.
At number 27, Charith Asalanka is Sri Lanka’s top batter, while number 17 Dhananjaya de Silva is their greatest all-rounder. Dhananjaya de Silva is Sri Lanka’s highest-ranked all-rounder.