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April 14, 2003
Two low scores for Matthew Hayden in the Guyana Test means he has lost the top place in the PwC Test ratings that he has held since October last year.
As a result, Michael Vaughan becomes the current top Test batsman in the ratings, the first Englishman to hold this position since Graham Gooch ten years ago.
Ricky Ponting, Justin Langer and Jason Gillespie all jumped several places after the Australian victory in Georgetown, while for the West Indies Vasbert Drakes climbed 11 spots to 32nd.
When PwC Test and ODI points are added together, Sachin Tendulkar is the top batsman while Glenn McGrath is top bowler.
The veteran spinner's dream spell against Australia in 2003 symbolised a brief golden period for Kenya, but since his retirement, the country's cricket has nose-dived
Plays of the Day from the Champions League T20 match between Chennai Super Kings and Perth Scorchers, in Bangalore
Ashwell Prince talks about proving critics wrong, scoring hundreds against Australia, and that unending partnership in Colombo
Plays of the day from the CLT20 match between Dolphins and Lahore Lions in Bangalore
Plays of the day from Lahore Lions' last league match against Perth Scorchers
West Indies' ODI squad for India is surprisingly light on spin, but the tour is an opportunity for Samuels and Russell to make strong comebacks
Though derided and sometimes ridiculed, county cricket still holds the key for the future of the game in England and if all involved believed in it just a little more, it could produce an even greater harvest
Amol Muzumdar, who has announced his retirement from first-class cricket, reflects on his career, missing out on Test cricket, and more