Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has slipped to eighth place on the ICC ODI Rankings for all-rounders. Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan has overtaken Jadeja on the charts, courtesy of his all-around brilliance within the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League series in opposition to Ireland.
Earlier than the Afghanistan vs Ireland collection, Ravindra Jadeja held seventh place, with Rashid Khan at quantity eight. Jadeja has not performed an ODI match since December 2. Meanwhile, Rashid scored 103 runs and scalped seven wickets within the three ODIs against Ireland.
Thus, Khan moved as much as sixth on the all-rounders’ rankings with 270 score factors. Colin de Grandhomme, who held the sixth rank within the earlier charts, has dropped to number seven. There were no different changes within the top 10 as Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Nabi retained the top two positions.
Shakib Al Hasan didn’t play any ODI game final yr due to his one-year suspension. The Bangladeshi all-rounder made his comeback within the recently-concluded series against West Indies, where his 113 runs and six wickets powered Bangladesh to a 3-0 win.
Ravindra Jadeja will likely return in the ODI series against England
Ravindra Jadeja has been India’s best all-rounder in ODI cricket in the last four-five years. He has labored hard on his batting skills and had a game-changing partnership of 150 runs with Hardik Pandya in his earlier ODI match.
Sadly, Jadeja injured his thumb throughout the third Check of the 2020-21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He has additionally been dominated out of the upcoming Check series versus England.
Nevertheless, followers count on him to be fit for the next ODIs and T20Is. Jadeja will attempt to make it to the highest 5 of the ICC Rankings with top-quality performances in the 50-over games against England.