Siraj was third in the wicket-takers table for the series against New Zealand after taking five wickets in two matches behind Shardul Thakur and Kuldeep Yadav, both of whom had six strikes. But that made Hall 14 wickets in five ODIs – including three against Sri Lanka in the previous series – for him, and contributed to the rise past Boult, who did not travel to India and play ODI cricket last September. The year. Boult is currently at No.3, with Josh Hazlewood at No.2.
Men’s ODI rankings: Siraj is the new No. 1 bowler; Gill overtakes Kohli on batters’ table
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