Jaddu – The Number one Bowling All Rounder In The ICC Test Rankings

India’s star all-rounder player Ravindra Jadeja has ranked first in the rankings of the International Cricket Council as the best spin bowling all-rounder.
Before that Jaddu was the number one all-rounder in August 2017. Jadeja reached the top position by replacing former West Indies captain and fast bowling all-rounder Jason Holder.
Holder was part of a two-Test match series against South Africa that has just ended in the way of the Proteas. West Indies lost that series by a margin of 2-0.
Holder lost some points in that series. As a result, Jadeja got first place with 386 exam points. Holder currently has 384 rating points.
After Jadeja and Holder, England’s star player Ben Stokes is with 377 points and he remains in 3rd place, while Ravichandran Ashwin has 353 points and he is in 4th place.
Then the star all-rounder of Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan has 338 points and he is in fifth place. Kyle Jamieson has 276 points and the Kiwi pace bowler remained in sixth place on the ICC Test Rankings.

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