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AB continues in top, Kohli slips to 3rd position in ODI Rankings

ICC has announced ICC Reliance ODI ranking before cricket world cup 2015 AB de Villiers continuing at the top of the table, while his team mate Hamish Amla at no 2 and Virat Kohli slips from no.2 to no.3 position. Australia’s Glenn Maxwell has moved up 19 places to a career-high 17th position. MS Dhoni continuing in top ten, Bailey is the tenth batsmen and only Australian in top 10.

Ranking Player Country Points
 1  AB de Villiers  South Africa  891
 2  Hashim Amla  South Africa  867
 3  Virat Kohli  India  831
 4  Kumara Sangakkara  Sri Lanka  823
 5  Tilakaratne Dilshan  Sri Lanka  785
 6  Kane Willianson  New Zealand  757
 7  Shikhar Dhawan  India  725
 8  MS Dhoni  India  721
 9  Quinton de Kock  South Africa  720
 10  George Bailey  Australia  717


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