Holder achieves career-best T20 rankings
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.
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.