Indian skipper Viral Kohli has retained his number 1 position in One-Day cricket. (source: @ICC twitter handle)

Amid coronavirus, International Cricket Council has released One-Day ranking on Tuesday. Indian skipper Viral Kohli has retained his number 1 position in One-Day cricket, whereas Rohit Sharma also manages to stay on number 2 position. Kohli is on top with 871 points, Rohit Sharma has 855 points to his account. On the other hand in bowling rankings Jasprit Bumrah is the only Indian in top-10, he has secured 2nd position just below New Zealand bowler Trent Boult.

Only 3 Indian players were able to make a place in top-20 of batsman rankings. Other than Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan has been placed on 17th position with 700 points. Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is on 26th position with 633 points. 

Afghani cricketer Mohammed Nabi- number 1 ODI all-rounder

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is the only Indian in the list with 246 points he is placed at number 8, last time he was placed at 7th position. Afghani all-rounder Mohammed Nabi has topped the list with 301 points, apart from him another Afghani player Rashid Khan has also secured a place in top 10 with 253 points he is 6th best ODI all-rounder currently. English player Ben Stokes has impressed everyone with his all-round performance in past years, he has also secured a place for him in top-10, only Mohammed Nabi has a better rank than him as Stokes comes second in the list with 293 points. 

Last One Day International was played on 13th March

Due to coronavirus, no ODI has been played after the 13th of March. The last match was played in Sydney, between Australia and New Zealand, where Australia defeated the Kiwis by 71 runs. Now ODI cricket is making a comeback as an ODI match will be played between England and Ireland on 30th July.