Due to his game-winning performance against the West Indies in game one of the current limited-overs series, experienced Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan moved up one spot to joint-13 in the most recent ICC ODI rankings on Wednesday.

At the first One-Day International match against the West Indies on Friday in Port of Spain, left-handed batsman Dhawan scored 97 runs. India prevailed by a score of three runs. In the first two One Day Internationals against the West Indies, Shreyas Iyer, another Indian batsman, scored back-to-back half centuries, moving him up 20 ranks to tie for 54th place among hitters.

Iyer scored 54 and 63 runs in the first and second one-day internationals against the West Indies, respectively. Pacer Mohammad Siraj is currently rated 97th out of 100. Siraj had a 2/57 in the opening ODI against the West Indies. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have both dropped one spot, to fifth and sixth, as a result of being both rested for the series against the West Indies.

Shai Hope, the opening batsman for the West Indies, rose three positions to position 12 after hitting 115 against India in the second match, but it was in vain. Alzarri Joseph, a speedster, has climbed two positions to number 16 after taking two wickets in each of the two games against India.

South African Quinton de Kock, who tied the series at one after hitting 92 runs against England in the third game’s postponed rainout, has climbed two slots to fourth. After six Test matches, Saeed Ahmed’s 614 rating points were the previous maximum for a Pakistani batsman. After six Test matches, only two batters have ever amassed more points: Sunil Gavaskar (692) and Donald Bradman (687).

After hitting 119 and 55 against Sri Lanka, Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam overtook Australia’s Steve Smith to move up to a third position with a career-high rating of 874 points. Babar is now ranked first in ODIs and T20Is and is the only batter in the top 10 in all three categories.