Pak vs WI: Pakistani cricketers targeted on climbing up ICC’s Test rankings

Pak vs WI: Pakistani cricketers focused on climbing up ICCs Test rankings

Pakistani cricket gamers are meaning to go up within the  International Cricket Council’s  Test rankings with their performances within the upcoming Test matches towards West Indies, set to start out tomorrow.

In the most recent ICC Test rating checklist, Pakistani cricket crew captain Babar Azam and batsman Azhar Ali stand on the 10th and 17th positions, respectively, whereas Muhammad Rizwan is  nowhere within the top-20 checklist, with the 21st place.

The ICC’s top-40 Test gamers rankings have no batsman from Pakistan’s opponent in tomorrow’s  match. 

However, in bowling, the Pakistani the cricketers have left behind by West Indies’ Jason Holder and Kemar Roach, who stand 11th and 13th positions, respectively. Pakistan’s Hasan Ali and Mohammad Abbas share 15th place on this checklist. 

The checklist consists of Shaheen Shah Afridi on the 22nd place and Yasir Shah on 29th, however each intend to move up the ladder with their efficiency within the subsequent match.

Year 2021 for Pakistan gamers:

With 407 runs, Azhar Ali is probably the most profitable Pakistan batsman of the 12 months 2021. Opener Abid Ali with 359 runs, Fawad Alam with 333, Mohammad Rizwan 303 and Faheem Ashraf with 247 runs are the opposite batsmen to dominate the 2 Test matches, every towards South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Furthermore, Hasan Ali is Pakistan’s most profitable bowler for this 12 months. He has taken 26 wickets since 1 January 2021. Whereas quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has taken 19 and Nauman Ali has taken 16 wickets.


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