Australian opener, David Warner, who broke his century drought after a long time, storms back into the top five rankings for batters in the 50-over format. Warner moved one spot, into the top five, after his match-winning century in the third ODI at the MCG against England. The southpaw accumulated 208 runs across three games, including a half-century and a century.
Steve Smith, who was amongst the runs, with 195 runs in the series, too has moved to the seventh place in the shorter format. On the other hand, in the bowling department, Mitchell Starc has moved up to fourth in the bowling rankings, while leg-spinner Adam Zampa has moved eight places to seventh, having picked up 11 wickets.
Travis Head, who is perhaps in the form of his life in the 50-over-format continued to rise, moving 12 spots up to 30th, on the back of his career-best 152 against England. England, who suffered a whitewash against the Men in Yellow, too have seen a drop in their team ranking, from No.1, with New Zealand taking over the top ranking. Australia have displaced Pakistan, as the fourth-best team, following their win against England.