Jadeja is still the best Test all-rounder, while Kohli, Rohit, and Ashwin are all in the top ten.

Ravindra Jadeja maintained his status as the world’s top ranked all-rounder in Test cricket in the most recent update of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) ratings for the longest form of the game. Jadeja leads the rankings with 385 points, while India’s Ravichandran Ashwin is second with 341 points.

 

With 336 points, West Indies’ Jason Holder is third, while Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan is fourth with 313. Ben Stokes, England’s new Test captain, rounds out the top five with 298 points. Only Shakib is currently playing Test cricket among the top five players, with Bangladesh hosting Sri Lanka for a two-Test series. Ashwin is placed second in the Test bowler rankings with 850 points, while his colleague Jasprit Bumrah is ranked third with 830 points. With 901 points, Australia’s Test skipper Pat Cummins retains his lead.

 

With 754 points, India’s skipper Rohit Sharma is the highest-ranked Indian Test batter. Former skipper Virat Kohli is in 10th position with 742 points. Marnus Labuschagne of Australia remains the top-ranked Test hitter with 892 points, while Steve Smith of Australia is second with 845 points. New Zealand’s captain, Kane Williamson, is tied for third position with 844 points.

 

After impressive performances in the drawn first match, Liton Das of Bangladesh and Sri Lankan veteran Angelo Mathews of Sri Lanka have made big advancements in the ICC Men’s Test Rankings, but there has been no movement in the international body’s newest top-10 rating. After taking four wickets in the match, Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has risen one spot to 29th in the bowling rankings, while off-spinner Nayeem Hasan has risen nine places to 53rd after earning career-best figures of six for