Shikhar Dhawan raised one spot to joint-13 in the most recent ICC ODI rankings on Wednesday as a result of his game-winning innings against the West Indies in the opening game of the ongoing limited-over series.
The game was won by India by three runs. Shreyas Iyer, another Indian batter, climbed 20 spots to tie for 54th place among batters after scoring back-to-back half-centuries in the first two One Day Internationals against the West Indies.
Quinton de Kock of South Africa has moved up two spots to fourth after scoring 92 runs unbeaten against England in the third game that was rained out, tying the series at 1-1.David Willey, an England pacer, is now ranked 23rd among bowlers.
Abdullah Shafique, the Pakistan opener who was named man of the match for his second innings performance of 160 against Sri Lanka and who has 720 runs in his first six Tests, climbed 23 spots in the ICC Test rankings to move up to 16th place with a Pakistan record of 671 rating points.