Alzarri Joseph into ODI prime 20

Quick bowler Alzarri Joseph has managed to creep into the highest 20 of the Worldwide Cricket Council’s one-day bowling rankings regardless of West Indies’ abysmal displaying towards Bangladesh within the latest collection in Guyana.

The Caribbean facet suffered a chastening 3-0 clear sweep within the collection staged on the Guyana Nationwide Stadium, their fourth collection defeat in 5 this 12 months.

Proper-armer Joseph featured solely within the final two One-Day Internationals, ending with none for seven from three overs in his first look and one for 25 from ten excellent overs in his second outing.

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The efficiency was adequate to see him soar three locations to 18th within the charts headed by New Zealand left-arm seamer Trent Boult who has overtaken Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah.

Antiguan Joseph has been one among West Indies’ main bowlers this 12 months, grabbing 18 wickets from 12 ODIs at a median of 24.

He’s the one West Indies bowler within the prime 30 with left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein being the subsequent greatest at thirty eighth.

Captain Nicholas Pooran, in the meantime, has moved up 4 locations to thirty fifth following his 73 within the ultimate ODI final week.

The left-hander’s fifty was his first in 16 innings relationship again 12 months and it broke a spell of strange type for the Trinidadian stroke-maker.

Opener Shai Hope stays the best ranked West Indies batsman at fifteenth with Pooran and the left-handed Shimron Hetmyer (forty ninth), whose final ODI was a 12 months in the past, the one different gamers from the area within the prime 50.

Bangladesh captain and opener Tamim Iqbal, adjudged Man-of-the-Sequence towards West Indies, rose two locations to seventeenth whereas middle-order batsman Litton Das jumped two spots to thirtieth.

Pakistan maestro Babar Azam tops the batting charts.


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