Rahul, who has 743 ranking points, and Aussie swashbuckler Glenn Maxwell each climbed one spot to take 6th and 7th place respectively.
Englishman David Malan regained his first place and he is followed by Aaron Finch, Devon Conway, Babar Azam and Virat Kohli.
While Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are the only Indian batsmen on the top 10 list for batsmen, there are no Indians in the top 10 list of bowlers or versatile players.
In terms of ODI rankings, Babar Azam is the leader in the series, followed by the legendary duo Kohli and Rohit Sharma. on the versatile rankings.
England’s Chris Woakes moved up to his third best place in the ODI rankings after a stellar performance against Sri Lanka, where he scored 6 wickets in two matches.
However, the list is led by New Zealand’s Trent Boult, followed by Bangladesh’s spinner Mehidy Hasan.
England consolidated their place at the top of the ICC ODI Super League rankings after a 2-0 win over Sri Lanka.
Their Test skipper Joe Root moved to 13th place after the No. 3 batter hammered 147 runs over two games.
As for Sri Lanka, their captain, Kusal Perera, moved to 41st place, while Dhanajaya de Silva won ten places to move to 74th position.
Quinton de Kock, Evin Lewis, Dwayne Bravo move on ICC T20I rankings to the T20I series between West Indies and South Africa
For South Africa, Quinton de Kock beat nine to move to 13th place on the T20I batting line-up after the Southpaw smashed 255 runs in five matches against the West Indies.
Aiden Markram is 23 places higher to take 19th place, while Lungi Ngidi and George Linde moved 30 and 25 places respectively to take 43rd and 56th place.
As for the West Indies, Evin Lewis and middle order better Nicholas Pooran moved 1 and 20 places respectively to reach the 9th and 87th position. Shimron Hetmyer is 15 places higher than 99.
The versatile Bravo moved from 95th place to 44th place after finishing with 10 wickets in the series, while Obed McCoy moved 65 places to reach 53rd place after the left-handed seam bowler claimed 9 wickets.
In terms of T20I’s team rankings, England and India still hold the top 2 places, followed by New Zealand, Pakistan, Australia and South Africa.
The world champions West Indies are dropping to 8th place, followed by Sri Lanka and Bangladesh respectively.