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R Ashwin moves up to seventh spot in ICC rankings

India captain Virat Kohli has maintained his number one position in the batsmen rankings ahead of the four-Test series against Australia beginning December 6.

ICC T20I Rankings: Kuldeep Yadav enters top 5 of bowlers rankings

There is no change at the top of the rankings with Babar Azam highest ranked batsman, Rashid Khan is top-ranked bowler and Glenn Maxwell is the leading all-rounder.

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ICC T20 Rankings: India remain no.2, Kuldeep Yadav reaches career-high spot

Pakistan and India’s series wins mean they have gained points in the ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings, while New Zealand and Windies have moved in opposite directions.

ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli solidifies top spot after reaching 10,000 club; Yuzvendra Chahal enters top-10 among bowlers

With series aggregate of 453 runs, Virat Kohli earned 15 points which has lifted him to 899 points - 28 ahead of second-ranked team-mate Rohit Sharma.

India, Virat Kohli maintain pole position in ICC Test rankings

India recently defeated the eighth-ranked West Indies 2-0 and have 116 points in their kitty, 10 more than second-placed South Africa.

ICC Rankings: Mitchell Starc rises to career-best fifth place; R Ashwin slips

Mitchell Starc's nine wickets for 109 runs in the opening Test against South Africa helped Australia win the Test by 118 runs. It also took him to a career-best fifth in ICC Test Rankings for Bowlers.

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Rohit Sharma jumps eight spots to No.5 in ICC rankings

Meanwhile, India, after winning the Sydney ODI, have retained their second position.

India retain second spot, Bangladesh seventh in ICC ODI rankings after historic win

In the ODI batting chart, Kohli (4th), Dhawan (7th) and MS Dhoni (9th) have also maintained their respective positions.

Virat Kohli, Bhuvneshwar Kumar India's top players going into World Cup 2015

A lot will be on line as only 26 ratings points separate the top eight-ranked ODI sides.

India to enter ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at second spot in ODI rankings

Australia are comfortably placed at the top with 120 points followed by India (114) and South Africa (113).

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