Smith back to number one on ICC batting charts

Agen Sabung Ayam

Posted November 30, 2015 twenty:03:34

Steve Smith bats under lights on day one of the day-night Test against New Zealand Image: Again on leading … Steve Smith. (Getty Photographs: Cameron Spencer)
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A knock of fifty three in the pink-ball clash was enough for Steve Smith to reclaim leading place on the ICC’s Test batting rankings.

ICC Take a look at batting rankings

  • 1. Joe Root (ENG) – 886
  • one. Steve Smith (AUS) – 886
  • 3. AB de Villiers (RSA) – 877
  • 4. Kane Williamson (NZL) – 876
  • 5. David Warner (AUS) – 862
  • six. Angelo Mathews (SRI) – 851
  • 7. Hashim Amla (RSA) – 836
  • 8. Younus Khan (PAK) – 826
  • nine. Alastair Prepare dinner (ENG) – 803
  • ten. Ross Taylor (NZL) – 787

The International Cricket Council introduced its up-to-date charts on Monday, with Smith and Joe Root each climbing to be tied at amount one at the expense of AB de Villiers.

De Villiers registered scores of and 9 in his side’s current match at Nagpur, even so the South African celebrity can reclaim prime billing with a very good performance in New Delhi.

Smith confirmed plenty of resolve in Australia’s 1st innings at Adelaide Oval, the skipper fastidiously finding the gaps right up until he attempted to cost offspinner Mark Craig.

Smith was out for 14 on Sunday, when his aspect obtained residence by a few wickets.

The 26-calendar year-old has previously occupied leading location this 12 months, possessing started out an extraordinary run of kind with 4 Test tons from India very last summertime.

David Warner, named gentleman of the sequence following hammering New Zealand’s assault all over the Gabba and WACA, stays quantity 5 on the batting charts.

In the meantime, Josh Hazlewood climbed 10 spots to quantity ten on the Examination bowling rankings.

Hazlewood was named man of the match in Adelaide, in which he took 9 wickets to support Australia lender a two- earn in the three-Examination collection.


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