Pakistan are followed by India in the updated rankings. England attained the third position after swashbuckling performance against West Indies.
Australia are at fourth position followed by South Africa (fifth), New Zealand (sixth), West Indies (seventh), Afghanistan (eighth), Sri Lanka (Ninth) and Bangladesh (Tenth).
The batting department has witnessed three significant changes. However, there have been no developments in the top-ten of ICC T20 Rankings for bowlers and all-rounders.
With 885, 825 and 815 points, Babar Azam, Colin Munro and Glenn Maxwell have retained the first, second and third spot respectively.
Maxwell is followed by his skipper Aaron Finch (fourth), India’s KL Rahul (fifth), Hazratullah Zazai of Afghanistan (sixth), D’Arcy Short (seventh), West Indies’ Evin Lewis at (eighth).
However, Pakistan and England’s openers, Fakhar Zaman and Alex Hales are placed at ninth and tenth position respectively.
Rashid Khan has once again obtained the top spot in the bowlers’ rankings. Whereas, Shadab Khan and Adil Rashid have retained the second and the third position.
Glenn Maxwell has maintained his top position in the recently updated T20I rankings for all-rounders. Alongside that, Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Nabi have been successful in retaining themselves the second and the third spot.