England's Chris Woakes has jumped to a career-best ranking of fourth in the latest ICC ODI rankings for bowlers. Ahead of Woakes on the bowling charts are Trent Boult - who leads the rankings with 722 rating points - Jasprit Bumrah and Mujeeb Ur Rahman.
On the back of his six wickets and 89 runs in the series against Australia, he has also moved to second on the list of ODI allrounders, going past Imad Wasim, Ben Stokes and Colin de Grandhomme. The man ahead of Woakes on the allrounders chart is Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi.
Woakes' team-mate Jonny Bairstow, the highest run-scorer from the ODI series, moved into the top 10 for ODI batsmen once again while Jofra Archer - who had a Player-of-the-Match performance in the second ODI - moved 18 positions to a career-best ranking of tenth for ODI bowlers. Also making a move up on the bowling charts was Australia's Josh Hazlewood; he jumped from 15th to eighth after his four-wicket return in ODI series.
The other significant movers were the Australian trio of Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey in the batting rankings and legspinner Adam Zampa in the bowling rankings. The match-winning centuries from Maxwell and Carey in the third ODI have moved them up to 26th and 28th respectively. Zampa's ten-wicket haul in the series moved him to 21st.
India's Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma still hold the top two positions in the ODI batting rankings. After them comes Pakistan's Babar Azam at third. The Australia openers Aaron Finch and David Warner are seventh and eighth respectively. With less than a hundred runs each in the ODI series, Joe Root slipped to 13th while Bairstow's opening partner Jason Roy dropped to 18th.
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