Holder achieves career-best T20 rankings

Second Test – England v West Indies
West Indies’ Jason Holder, as play resumes behind closed doors in England following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
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All-rounder Jason Holder has moved up to a career-best 26th in the Twenty20 International rankings.
The 30-year-old Holder has jumped three places in the bowling rankings on the heels of his career-best four for seven in the first Twenty20 International of the five-match series against England at Kensington Oval in Barbados a week ago and two for 25 in the second game at the same venue 24 hours later.
Holder is the highest-ranked West Indies bowler, with Akeal Hosein the next best (33rd) and left-arm spinner, despite taking only two wickets in the two games.
West Indies’ Evin Lewis bats during the Cricket World Cup match between Afghanistan and West Indies at Headingley in Leeds, England, Thursday, July 4, 2019. Associated Press/Rui Vieira, File

Opener Evin Lewis, who has missed the last two series, remains the highest-ranked West Indies batsman, but has dropped two places to 17th while Nicholas Pooran has risen one spot to 26th.

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