Roach moves up in ICC test rankings

Man of the Series Kemar Roach, is on the cusp of breaking into the ICC test bowling ranking top 10, after he moved up one place to 11th in the most recent updated list after claiming five wickets in the final test against England which ended on Tuesday in St Lucia. Roche's 18 wickets at 13.88 for the three game series has lifted him 13 places in all.

Another West Indian Alzzari Joseph is now ranked at number 51. Meanwhile, West Indies captain Jason Holder, who sat out the third test after being suspended for his team's slow over rate in the previous match in Antigua, held onto the top spot in the all-rounder rankings, while England's Ben Stokes moved up one place to number 4.

Holder remains the highest-ranked Windies batsman at number 36, while Roston Chase, who made a fighting century, climbed 10 places to be number 41, while taking the 13th place among all-rounders. Virat Kohli continues to lead the charts for batsmen while Kagiso Rabada is the top-ranked bowler.



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