ICC test rankings: Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant in sixth place; Devon Conway deserves record rating points

The Indian captain has 814 rating points to its name, while Pant and Rohit have a rating of 747 points everyone, this is their career-best rating in the Red one-ball Format. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson continues to lead of the list with 895 rating points but his teammate Devon Conway made a massive one jump after its amazing performance in his debut Exam.

Conway – who opened die innings for New Zealand in the first exam against England at Lord’s – is in die Test player ranking entered in 77th place with a record 447 rating points. It is the highest for a New Zealand batsman on debut And the third-highest ever on debut.

The 29-year-old left-Dealer, who scored 200 and 23 in the drawn first Test, entered die list At two points less than RE Foster of England and one less than Kyle Mayers of die West Indies.

Foster had 287. slammed on debut against Australia in Sydney in 1903 for the record of 449 rating points while Mayers failed to score 40 and 210 out in the first exam against Bangladesh in Chittagong in February this year to log 448 points.

Conway, who is currently in fourth place in T20Is and 121st in ODIs, has die New Zealand mark exceeded of 440 rating points on exam debut by Lou Vincent against Australia in Perth in 2001.

New Zealand fast Tim Southee is another one one to make it big in the latest update mostly weekly rankings. His second six-wicket Haul at Lord’s drove the right arm pacemaker to a careerbest third place when achieving the third best rating points from a New Zealand bowler. He is gone up to 838 points, with only Richard Hadlee (909) and Neil Wagner (859) made it higher bowling points.

Under the England players, opener Rory Burns has moved up 21 places in 22nd place after his century in the first innings while Ollie Pope (up seven places up to 52nd) and Dom Sibley (up 17 seats to 55) also advanced among batsmen.

Mark wood, who finished with four wickets in the match against New Zealand, has moved up from 48th to 42nd place and captain Joe Root is up to 82nd among bowlers. Debutante Ollie Robinson has die to enter batting list in 91st place and die bowling list in 69. place.

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