ICC Rankings – ODI Teams

ICC ODI Rankings – Updated 05/12/09

130 Rating – Austalia —– 5080 Points (39 Matches)
122 Rating – India ——— 4522 Points (37 Matches)
119 Rating – South Africa – 3085 Points (26 Matches)
112 Rating – New Zealand – 2789 Points (25 Matches)
109 Rating – England ——- 3606 Points (33 Matches)
108 Rating – Pakistan —— 3012 Points (28 Matches)
106 Rating – Sri Lanka —- 3298 Points (31 Matches)
76 Rating — West Indies – 1589 Points (21 Mathces)
55 Rating — Bangladesh – 1548 Points (28 Matches)
26 Rating — Zimbabwe — 823 Points (32 Matches)
25 Rating — Ireland ——- 152 Points (6 Matches)
2 Rating — Kenya ——– 28 Points (14 Matches)

ICC Test Match Rankings

ICC Rankings – Test teams

ICC Test Rankings – Updated 06/12/09

124 Rating – India ——– 3957 Points (32 Matches)
122 Rating – South Africa – 3672 Points (30 Matches)
116 Rating – Australia —- 3600 Points (31 Matches)
115 Rating – Sri Lanka —- 3574 Points (31 Matches)
105 Rating – England —– 4102 Points (39 Matches)
84 Rating — Pakistan —– 1424 Points (17 Matches)
80 Rating — New Zealand – 2001 Points (25 Matches)
76 Rating — West Indies — 1910 Points (25 Matches)
13 Rating — Bangladesh — 255 Points (19 Matches)

India take over at the top of the rankings after their 2-0 series win over Sri Lanka, it is the first time India have occupied top spot since the rankings were introduced in 2001. Sri Lanka slip down to 4th after the defeat.

It could be short lived though as South Africa will regain the No.1 status if they complete a series victory over England by two – or more – clear tests.

ICC One Day International Rankings

Latest ICC One Day International Rankings

At the end of the ICC Champions Trophy in South Africa, Australia are back at the top of the one day international rankings, taking over from India who help the spot at the start of the tournament.

Other big movers in the latest rankings are New Zealand who move up from 7th to 4th on the back of reaching the Champions Trophy final. Pakistan stay 5th and England are still in 6th place with the losers being Sri Lanka who drop down from 4th place to 7th, West Indies remain in 8th spot but their rating has dropped from 78 to 76.

India entertain Australia in 7 match series starting in Jaipur on October 25th, where they will be hoping to use home advantage to do enough in the series to regain the number 1 spot. South Africa, who make up the trio in the three way fight for ranking top spot take on England in a best of 5 series starting on November 20th.

ICC Player Rankings – Test Matches

ICC World Rankings – Top 10 Batsmen – Updated 30/08/09

1, 859 – Kumar Sangakkara, SL
2, 847 – Gautam Gambhir,IND
3, 830 – Mahela Jayawardena, SL
4, 821 – Shivnarine Chanderpaul, WI
5, 818 – Mohammad Yousuf, PAK
6, 808 – Michael Clarke,AUS
7, 801 – Younis Khan, PAK
8, 782 – Graeme Smith, SA
9, 779 – Ricky Ponting, AUS
10, 755 – Jacques Kallis, SA

ICC World Rankings – Top 10 Bowlers

1, 844 – Dale Steyn, SA
2, 824 – Muttiah Muralidaran, SL
3, 786 – Mitchell Johnson, AUS
4, 741 – Makhaya Ntini, SA
5, 735 – Harbhajan Singh, IND
6, 710 – Stuart Clark, AUS
7, 669 – Paul Harris, SA
8, 650 – Zaheer Khan, IND
9, 643 – James Anderson, ENG
10, 634 – Graeme Swann, ENG

ICC One Day International Rankings

ICC ODI Rankings – Updated 05/10/09 After Champions Trophy

128 Rating – Austalia —– 4234 Points (33 Matches)
124 Rating – India ——— 3852 Points (31 Matches)
121 Rating – South Africa – 2550 Points (21 Matches)
110 Rating – New Zealand– 2410 Points (22 Matches)
109 Rating – Pakistan —— 2735 Points (25 Matches)
106 Rating – England ——- 3193 Points (30 Matches)
106 Rating – Sri Lanka —- 3298 Points (31 Matches)
76 Rating — West Indies – 1589 Points (21 Mathces)
55 Rating — Bangladesh – 1257 Points (23 Matches)
26 Rating — Zimbabwe — 513 Points (20 Matches)
25 Rating — Ireland ——- 152 Points (6 Matches)
0 Rating — Kenya ——– 0 Points (9 Matches)

ICC Test Match Rankings

ICC Test Rankings – Updated 30/08/09

122 Rating – South Africa – 3672 Points (30 Matches)
120 Rating – Sri Lanka —- 3248 Points (27 Matches)
119 Rating – India ——– 3327 Points (28 Matches)
116 Rating – Australia —- 3600 Points (31 Matches)
105 Rating – England —– 4102 Points (39 Matches)
84 Rating — Pakistan —– 1424 Points (17 Matches)
80 Rating — New Zealand – 2001 Points (25 Matches)
76 Rating — West Indies — 1910 Points (25 Matches)
13 Rating — Bangladesh — 255 Points (19 Matches)

South Africa have replaced Australia at the top of the ICC World Test Rankings after the Aussies lost the Ashes series 2-1 to England. It is the 1st time since the ICC started the World Rankings that Australia are not the top ranked side. In losing the final test at The Oval, Australia not only lost top spot but plunged down to No.4, England retain their place as the No.5 ranked side in the World.

ICC Test Match Rankings

ICC Test Rankings – Updated 30/08/09

122 Rating – South Africa – 3672 Points (30 Matches)
120 Rating – Sri Lanka —- 3248 Points (27 Matches)
119 Rating – India ——– 3327 Points (28 Matches)
116 Rating – Australia —- 3600 Points (31 Matches)
105 Rating – England —– 4102 Points (39 Matches)
84 Rating — Pakistan —– 1424 Points (17 Matches)
80 Rating — New Zealand – 2001 Points (25 Matches)
76 Rating — West Indies — 1910 Points (25 Matches)
13 Rating — Bangladesh — 255 Points (19 Matches)

South Africa have replaced Australia at the top of the ICC World Test Rankings after the Aussies lost the Ashes series 2-1 to England. It is the 1st time since the ICC started the World Rankings that Australia are not the top ranked side. In losing the final test at The Oval, Australia not only lost top spot but plunged down to No.4, England retain their place as the No.5 ranked side in the World.