AB de Villiers retains top spot as David Warner rises to 12th spot.

Australian opener David Warner moved up three places to 12th and dynamic AB de Villiers kept his place at the top. Both India and South Africa have three batsmen each in the top ten alongside a couple from New Zealand.

Surprisingly, Glenn Maxwell dropped his place to 22 from 14. His rank was 14 before start of the tri series.

2nd placed Virat Kohli had 74 points difference of de Villiers who averaged just 24.20 from 5 innings in the Caribbean tour.

Meanwhile, Aussie skipper Steve Smith could not move up from 15.

Hashim Amla at three is followed by the Kiwi duo of Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill who are separated by one rating point.

ODI Rankings for Batsmen as of 27th June, 2016

1AB de VilliersSA887
2Virat KohliIND813
3Hashim AmlaSA778
4Kane WilliamsonNZ752
5Martin GuptillNZ751
6Rohit SharmaIND750
7Tillakaratne DilshanSL741
8Shikhar DhawanIND737
9Quinton de KockSA735
10Joe RootENG725