Among the batsmen, Pujara cracks the top-10 of #7 (777 points), and he is the sole Indian bat in the top 20, ahead of Dhoni (#22), Kohli (#24) and Tendulkar (#26). Despite his stellar series, Vijay only sneaks in at #40, a testament to his poor run, prior to this series. Amla, Chanders, AB, Sanga & Clarke round out the top 5.
On the bowling front, Ashwin gets his highest ranking of #6 (757 points) with Ojha*** on to a spot in the top 10 (#10, 706 points) on the basis of his strong showing against England. Sir Jadeja comes in at #27. The usual suspects, Steyn, Philander and Ajmal are in the top 5, but #3 is a relatively new entrant -- Herath, based on his superb showing in the last 12 months.
England's last wicket save means they cling on to the #2 slot, just ahead of India. However, India with their heavily skewed calendar -- all home Tests done and then a steady diet of all away Tests -- are likely to slip.