Dubai: Finch who played his first matches for Australia since sustaining an injury during the IPL and he displace Joe Root, who was rested for the ODI series, at the No 10 spot.
England skipper Eoin Morgan and fellow teammate James Taylor made huge progress in the updated ODI bastmen rankings released by the International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday.
The South African dup of AB de Villiers and Hashim Amla continue to occupy the top two spots.
Morgan retired hurt in the final ODI but he star of the series with scores of 38, 85, 62 and 92 in the first four matches. He was the top run-getter in the series with 278 runs and the outstanding form has seen him jump 11 places to the 21st position.
Taylor was the 2nd top run-getter with 246 runs and that saw him rocket 29 places to a caree-high 55th spot. English opener Jason Roy scored 201 runs to break into the Top 100 with a jump of 128 places upto the 98th spot.
As far as the Australians are concerned, Man of the Series Mitchell Marsh has been rewarded for his fine performances with a jump of 16 places to the 65th spot. Joining him is Matthew Wade whose 164 runs in the series sees the wicketkeeper batsman jump 23 spots to the 72nd spot.
Among the players who missed out on making a move up the table are Australian skipper Steve Smith and George Bailey, with the latter failing to break into the Top 10 by remaining at the 11th spot in spite of amassing 218 runs in the five ODIs against England.
Here are the Top 10 rankings for ODI bastmen in full.