New Zealand's Brendon MuCullum has moved to No. 1 in the Twenty20 Internationals rankings, following his match-winning 91 against India in Chennai on Tuesday.
In the bowlers' rankings, Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal, who moved up to No. 1 in the ODI bowling rankings at the end of the one-dayers against Australia, repeated the feat in the T20s, where he took six wickets in three games at 8.66.
There was a lot of movement in the batting rankings following the clutch of T20I series in the lead-up to the World Twenty20, with Australia's David Warner jumping up six places to fourth, and India's Suresh Raina shifting up a place to third.
The biggest loser in the rankings has been England's Eoin Morgan, who slipped from No. 1 to No. 9 following the three-match series against South Africa, where he managed an aggregate of 15 runs from 20 balls.