India's captain Virat Kohli will look to close in on top ranked South African AB de Villiers in the ICC ODI rankings for batsmen when his team locks horns with England in a three match series starting on Sunday.
David Warner, who destroyed Pakistan's bowling in Sydney, is ranked third is just two points behind Kohli. England's Joe Root is seventh, whereas Pakistan's highest ranked batsman is Babar Azam in 15th position.
Mitchell Starc the highest ranked bowler in the upcoming One-Day International matches. He trails New Zealand's number-one ranked Trent Boult by 13 points.
England's Adil Rashid will start in fifth position, India's Amit Mishra will begin in 12th spot and 39th ranked Wahab Riaz of Pakistan is his side's highest ranked bowler.
Meanwhile, India will be aiming to narrow the gap with second ranked South Africa when the third ranked side takes on fifth ranked England in a three ODI series starting in Pune on January 15.