India have retained their second position in the ICC ODI team rankings following their 3-0 series sweep over Zimbabwe.
With 115 points to their credit, India still remain 14 points behind Australia, who lead the table with 129 points. (India Look to Continue Winning Momentum in T20s)
Meanwhile, Bangladesh's four successive ODI home series victories, including a 2-1 triumph over South Africa in the just-concluded series, helped cement their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 qualification, as well as seventh place in the table. (Rahane Lauds "Hungry Boys" After Series Whitewash)
In the ODI batting chart, Virat Kohli (4th), Shikhar Dhawan (7th) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (9th) have also maintained their respective positions. (Stuart Binny Roars on African Safari)
The list is still headed by South Africa's AB de Villiers.
Although no Indian bowler figures in the top-10 of the ODI bowling chart, there were some significant gains made by a few of them. (Kedar Jadhav Gives Selectors a Nice Headache)
Medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has climbed four places to 12th after taking five wickets for 80 in the series, while teammates Akshar Patel (up 18 to a career high 47th), Mohit Sharma (up seven places to 51st) and Harbhajan Singh, who lies just outside the top-100 in 101st position, have also climbed up the ladder.