Babar Azam loses top position in T20, declines in Tests as well

National team captain Babar Azam has been stripped of the number one position in T20 cricket and has also been relegated to Test cricket.

The ICC has released the latest Test and T20 rankings for the players, according to which England captain Joe Root is at number one in the Tests, while Australia’s Marin Leboschin is at the second position with the best ranking of his career.

Australia’s Steven Smith is third and New Zealand captain Ken Williamson is fourth.

In Test cricket, Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam has slipped one place from eighth to ninth.
Australia’s Pat Cummins tops the list of bowlers playing Test cricket, followed by India’s Ravi Chandran Eshwan and Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi.

Pakistan’s Sajid Khan improved 52 places to 49th position while Hassan Ali is 10th among Test bowlers.

T20 rankings
Due to poor performance in the first two matches against West Indies in the limited overs rankings, Pakistan captain Babar Azam has slipped two places to the first to third position while English batsman David Milan has reached the first position.

South Africa’s Eden Markram has moved up one place to second, while Pakistan’s Babar Azam is still fourth.

The top eight positions in the T20 bowlers’ rankings have not changed, while Pakistan’s Shadab Khan has moved up one place to eighth position.

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