Indian skipper Virat Kohli continues to maintain his stronghold at the top of the ICC ODI batting rankings with 911 points, while the biggest movers after the recently concluded Sri Lanka vs South Africa ODI series were Proteas all-rounder JP Duminy, who rose 11 spots to No. 40 in the batting charts and pacer Lungi Ngidi, who had a 57-place surge to the 88th rank on the bowlers’ ranking charts.

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South Africa, who beat Sri Lanka 3-2 in the series, slipped to the fourth spot after losing two consecutive ODIs. Duminy had played a key role in SA s series win accumulating 227 runs at 56.75. He also managed two wickets with his part-time off-spin, and that helped him shot up 10 places to 23rd on the table for all-rounders. Ngidi was South Africa’s best bowler in the series, with 10 scalps from four games.

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For Sri Lanka, Akila Dananjaya, who picked up 14 wickets in the series including six for 29 went up 22 places on the bowling charts and now sits at No.21 with 600 rating points, a career-high for him.

Thisara Perera climbed seven places to 25th on the all-rounder’s table and also rose four places in the bowling charts to reach 68th.As for the batsmen, the most notable leap was for Kusal Perera who jumped 16 spots to be ranked 66th. Angelo Mathews, who finished with 235 runs at 78.33 to top the batting charts for the series, got a two-place bump to No.25.

Quinton de Kock, who was South Africa’s second-highest run-getter with 213 runs in the series, retained his seventh rank.However, South Africa’s experienced duo of Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla endured difficult series, and that was reflected in the rankings. Du Plessis, who picked up an injury mid-way, slipped three spots to No.11 while Amla reached No.14, dropping two places.

Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah and Shakib Al Hasan continue to top the charts for batsmen, bowlers and all-rounders respectively.