In the bowling, meanwhile, Tim Southee tumbles down the rankings following a couple of profligate spells at Lord's. Such an fall does not bode well for Stuart Broad, who leaked runs at over a run a ball in the ongoing Test at Headingley. The Test bowling table will likely look different again next month, as Mitchell Johnson and Ryan Harris have the West Indies series to play, a series which is also likely to feature Kemar Roach.
The limited overs rankings see little change in either format; David Warner and Mitchell Starc, Thisara Perera and Samuel Badree keep their top spots. Interestingly, the most consistently rated player across both One Day International and Twenty20 cricket is India's Amit Mishra. Despite not being a regular feature in his national team, he scrapes over both lower bounds to secure fourth and eighth places respectively. Whether his excellent record can earn him a recall to India's white ball teams remains to be seen.