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Ajmal at top, Sunil Narine to follow in ICC bowlers rankings in ODI’S

ICC has announced latest Reliance ODI rankings. Banned spin bowler Saeed Ajmal continuing at the top despite not playing for his country since September. While West Indies spin bowler Sunil Narine at 2nd position, both are under ban and going to play cricket world cup 2015

Rank Player name Country Points
 1  Saeed Ajmal  Pakistan  748
 2  Sunil Narine  West Indies  734
 3  Dale Steyn  South Africa  724
 4  James Anderson  England  706
 5  Mitchell Johnson  Australia  683
 6  Shakib Ul Hasan  Bangladesh  680
 7  Mitchell Starc  Australia  636
 8  Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan  631
 9  Rangana Herath  Sri Lanka  629
 10  Morne Morkel  South Africa  628


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