India skipper Virat Kohli and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have retained their positions in the batsmen and bowlers list of the latest International Cricket Council One-day International rankings issued on Sunday.

Kohli remained at the no 1 spot after scoring 310 in the recently-concluded home series against Australia while his deputy Rohit Sharma hit 202 runs to maintain the no 2 spot in the batting charts.

Kedar Jadhav’s all-round efforts has helped him move up 11 places to a career-best 24th after the five-match series, which India lost 2-3. Meanwhile, South Africa opener Quinton de Kock has grabbed the fourth position among batsmen after playing a huge part in his team’s 5-0 whitewash over Sri Lanka in a home series that ended in Cape Town on Saturday.

The 26-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman’s 353 runs in the series, which included a century and three half-centuries, helped him win the player of the series award and gain four slots in the rankings. New Zealand’s Ross Taylor has maintained the number three spot. In the bowlers list, Bumrah is sitting at the top with 774 points.

Among others, New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult has moved up a place to second after finishing with six wickets against Bangladesh, pushing Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan to no 3, while South Africa leg-spinner Imran Tahir has gained seven slots to reach fourth place after taking nine wickets against Sri Lanka.

Rashid Khan, though, continued to top the all-rounders’ table. No Indian figures in the top-five. In the ODI team rankings, England and India are the top two teams. New Zealand have narrowly edged past South Africa to take the third spot while Australia have gone past Pakistan to be at fifth. South Africa have gained one point while Sri Lanka have lost two points.