1. David Warner
With 880 points, the Australian is now 19 points ahead of second-placed AB de Villiers in the ODI rankings.
2. AB de Villiers
The veteran South Africa batsman is at second spot with 861 points. AB de Villiers was out of action for most part of 2016 due to injury.
3. Virat Kohli
With 852 points, the Indian skipper is at third place in the ICC rankings. He has slipped one spot after Warner overtook him.
4. Quinton de Kock
With 779 points, the South African wicketkeeper batsman is at fourth spot in the ICC ODI rankings.
5. Kane Williamson
With 770 points, the New Zealand skipper has maintained his position in the top 5.