Despite not playing ODI since August, Indian captain Virat Kohli and striker Jasprit Bumrah remain top of the charts in the latest ICC ODI rankings for scouts and players respectively. The & # 39; Men in Blue & # 39; they last appeared in an ODI against the West Indies in the third game of the series, when Kohli struck a majestic century to help India win the series 2-0 and also claim the man of the game and the series.
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In the last rankings, Kohli remains ahead of the group with 895 rating points in his name. Vice-captain Rohit Sharma ranks second behind Kohli with 863 points. There is no other Indian in the top ten as opener Shikhar Dhawan has fallen to 19th place on the list.
Bumrah remains the leader in the latest rankings for players while occupying a single number with 797 points. Second on the list is Kiwi cabinetmaker Trent Boult, who has 740 ranking points. Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman replaced South African player Kagiso Rabada from third place after his good show against the West Indies.
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In the overall list, the only Indian to appear is Hardik Pandya, who occupies the 10th place with 246 points. England's World Cup-winning hero Ben Stokes remains top of the charts with 319 points.
India will participate in a 50-year-old match when they host the West Indies in a three-game series in December. Captain Kohli will have a chance to consolidate his position at the top, however, the same cannot be said about Bumrah and Pandya, who are still recovering from their respective injuries.