There has been little change to the ODI tables besides the departure of a handful of bowlers who have spent too long out of their respective national sides, and an increase in AB de Villiers' already huge lead at the top of the batting table: the distance between de Villiers and Rohit Sharma in second is approximately equal to the distance between Sharma and Mohammad Nabi in 65th place.
As expected, the World Twenty20 Qualifier resulted in some huge changes to the rankings for that format, although neither Thisara Perera nor Samuel Badree was deposed. Some of the biggest movers were Kevin O'Brien (2nd, bowling), Haseeb Amjad (6th, bowling) and Basant Regmi (7th, bowling, in spite of Nepal losing T20I status).
This month has also seen the introduction of Popping Crease Team Rankings. Already, there has been a change of leadership in the Twenty20 format, as Sri Lanka were deposed after losing their series against Pakistan 2-0. Another major upset is on the cards, with Zimbabwe (#11) having taken a 1-0 lead over New Zealand (#3) in their three-match ODI series. If they win another match in that series, it would put both Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in the top five, while West Indies languish at number ten.