World Cricket Rankings – Men: 27th June 2018
These Cricket rankings is issued by: International Cricket Council
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Cricket Rankings – Men

Test Team Ranking

Cricket Rankings

India top the test rankings with a major lead over South Africa and Australia who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. Sri Lanka managed to retain their rankings after their batsmen held their composure on the 4th day of the 2nd test to drew the series with West Indies.

West Indies also remained at the 9th position, however had they won the series they would have experienced an upgrade in their rankings.

Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 29 3,634 125
2  South Africa 32 3,589 112
3  Australia 33 3,499 106
4  New Zealand 23 2,354 102
5  England 39 3,772 97
6  Sri Lanka 35 3,182 91
7  Pakistan 21 1,853 88
8  Bangladesh 16 1,202 75
9  West Indies 26 1,860 72
10  Zimbabwe 8 12 2

Test Batsmen Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Steve Smith remains at the top of the test rankings followed by Virat Kohli and Joe Root who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively. Kusal Mendis upgraded his rank from 19th to 16th position, courtesy of his recent performances against West Indies.

Kraigg Brathwaite also experienced an upgrade in Test rankings and this move upgraded the rankings of Lokesh Rahul, Rahane, Shakib and Quinton de Kock respectively.

Pos Player Country Rating
1 Steve Smith Australia 929
2 Virat Kohli India 903
3 Joe Root England 855
4 Kane Williamson New Zealand 847
5 David Warner Australia 820
6 Cheteshwar Pujara India 799
7 Dean Elgar South Africa 784
8 Aiden Markram South Africa 759
9 Dinesh Chandimal Sri Lanka 747
10 Hashim Amla South Africa 726
11 Ross Taylor New Zealand 697
12 Kusal Mendis Sri Lanka 686
13 Alastair Cook England 686
14 Francois du Plessis South Africa 673
15 Azhar Ali Pakistan 672
16 Jonny Bairstow England 670
17 Lokesh Rahul India 661
18 Ajinkya Rahane India 645
19 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 642
20 Quinton de Kock South Africa 637
21 Kraigg Brathwaite West Indies 634
22 Usman Khawaja Australia 633
23 Murali Vijay India 624
24 Shikhar Dhawan India 618
25 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 617

Test Bowlers Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Kagiso Rabada is placed at the top of Men’s bowlers test rankings followed by James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Shannon Gabriel superb performances allowed him to jump to the 12th rank in the Men’s test bowlers cricket rankings. The Sri Lankan Rajitha placed himself at the 44th position after displaying an exquisite show of fast bowling against West Indies.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 897
2 James Anderson England 892
3 Ravindra Jadeja India 866
4 Vernon Philander South Africa 845
5 Ravichandran Ashwin India 811
6 Pat Cummins Australia 800
7 Morne Morkel South Africa 800
8 Trent Boult New Zealand 795
9 Neil Wagner New Zealand 765
10 Josh Hazlewood Australia 759
11 Rangana Herath Sri Lanka 752
12 Shannon Gabriel West Indies 745
13 Stuart Broad England 742
14 Mitchell Starc Australia 720
15 Tim Southee New Zealand 720
16 Nathan Lyon Australia 710
17 Mohammad Shami India 696
18 Dale Steyn South Africa 694
19 Yasir Shah Pakistan 683
20 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 655
21 Mohammad Abbas Pakistan 652
22 Keshav Maharaj South Africa 628
23 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India 620
24 Kemar Roach West Indies 612
25 Jason Holder West Indies 588

Test All-Rounders Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Shakib Al Hasan remains at the top followed by Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. Jason Holder recent heroics in the last test against Sri Lanka earned him the 6th spot in the Men’s Test all rounder cricket rankings.

Rank  Player Country Rating
1 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 420
2 Ravindra Jadeja India 394
3 Vernon Philander South Africa 371
4 Ravichandran Ashwin India 365
5 Ben Stokes England 327
6 Jason Holder West Indies 286
7 Moeen Ali England 264
8 Pat Cummins Australia 248
9 Mitchell Starc Australia 247
10 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 217
11 Tim Southee New Zealand 206
12 Chris Woakes England 199
13 Dilruwan Perera Sri Lanka 197
14 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India 188
15 Stuart Broad England 180
16 Rangana Herath Sri Lanka 177
17 Colin de Grandhomme New Zealand 168
18 Roston Chase West Indies 161
19 Neil Wagner New Zealand 160
20 Trent Boult New Zealand 158

ODI Ranking

ODI Men’s Team Ranking

Cricket Rankings

England bashed Australia in their recent ODI series and extending their lead even further after clean sweeping their rivals. India and South Africa remained at the 2nd and 3rd position respectively.

Pakistan benefitted from Australia’s ODI series loss as they broke into the Top 5 ranks and are now placed 5th in the Men’s ODI Team cricket rankings.

Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  England 48 6,053 126
2  India 45 5,492 122
3  South Africa 34 3,842 113
4  New Zealand 41 4,602 112
5  Pakistan 32 3,279 102
6  Australia 37 3,699 100
7  Bangladesh 24 2,220 93
8  Sri Lanka 43 3,302 77
9  West Indies 29 1,989 69
10  Afghanistan 28 1,758 63

ODI Men’s Batting Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Virat Kohli remains at the top of the Men’s ODI cricket rankings. Babar Azam replaced AB de Villiers to become the 2nd ranked player followed by David Warner who is placed 3rd in this category.

Joe Root’s average performances degraded his rank as Ross Taylor broke into the Top 5 ranks. Johnny Bairstow centuries helped him to upgrade his rank from 16th to 11th. Meanwhile Jos Buttler’s performances help him jump 3 ranks to place him at the 16th position.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Virat Kohli India 909
2 Babar Azam  Pakistan 813
3 David Warner  Australia 803
4 Rohit Sharma  India 799
5 Ross Taylor  New Zealand 785
6 Joe Root  England 784
7 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 783
8 Francois du Plessis  South Africa 782
9 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 778
10 Shikhar Dhawan  India 769
11 Jonny Bairstow  England 760
12 Hashim Amla  South Africa 746
13 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 731
14 MS Dhoni  India 717
15 Aaron Finch  Australia 706
16 Jos Buttler  England 705
17 Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh 698
18 Steve Smith  Australia 675
19 Travis Head  Australia 670
20 Jason Roy  England 666
21 Mushfiqur Rahim  Bangladesh 652
22 Alex Hales  England 649
23 Kyle Coetzer  Scotland 642
24 Eoin Morgan  England 622
25 Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 621

ODI Men’s Bowling Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Jasprit Bumrah remained at the top of the Men’s ODI bowling cricket rankings followed by Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan and Pakistan’s Hasan Ali. Josh Hazlewood experienced a downgrade in rankings as Trant Boult saw an increase in his ranks.

Adil Rashid broke into the top 10 after his recent performances against England. Moeen Ali’s superb spin display against Australia put him in the Top 20 Men’s ODI bowling cricket rankings.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Jasprit Bumrah India 787
2 Rashid Khan  Afghanistan 763
3 Hasan Ali  Pakistan 711
4 Trent Boult  New Zealand 699
5 Josh Hazlewood  Australia 696
6 Imran Tahir  South Africa 683
7 Kagiso Rabada  South Africa 679
8 Yuzvendra Chahal  India 667
9 Adil Rashid  England 667
10 Chris Woakes  England 653
11 Mitchell Starc  Australia 642
12 Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 632
13 Moeen Ali  England 629
14 Kuldeep Yadav  India 628
15 Akshar Patel  India 624
16 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 611
17 Pat Cummins  Australia 607
18 Matt Henry  New Zealand 606
19 Mustafizur Rahman  Bangladesh 601
20 Tim Murtagh  Ireland 597
21 Liam Plunkett  England 594
22 Mujeeb Zadran  Afghanistan 593
23 Suranga Lakmal  Sri Lanka 592
24 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 592
25 Jason Holder  West Indies 591

ODI Men’s All-Rounder Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Shakib Al Hasan remained at the top of the Men’s All-rounder cricket rankings followed by Mohammad Hafeez and Mohammad Nabi who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Mooen Ali’s all-round show allowed him to break into the Top 5 ranks and is now placed 5th in the all-rounder cricket rankings.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Shakib Al Hasan Banglaesh 359
Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 339
Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 323
Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 317
Moeen Ali  England 306
Angelo Mathews  Sri Lanka 306
Rashid Khan  Afghanistan 298
Jason Holder  West Indies 295
Chris Woakes  England 294
10  Sikandar Raza  Zimbabwe 272
11  Ben Stokes  England 266
12  Hardik Pandya  India 262
13  Mitchell Marsh  Australia 260
14  James Faulkner  Australia 253
15  Adil Rashid  England 239
16  Kevin O’Brien  Ireland 230
17  Imad Wasim  Pakistan 226
18  Joe Root  England 217
19  Kane Williamson  New Zealand 215
20  Paul Stirling  Ireland 211

T20 Ranking

T20 Men’s Team Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Pakistan remained at teh top of the table after their series win against Scotland. Meanwhile, Australia and England remained at the 2nd and 3rd position respectively.

Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Pakistan 25 3,270 131
2  Australia 15 1,894 126
3  India 32 3,932 123
4  New Zealand 22 2,542 116
5  England 17 1,951 115
6  South Africa 18 2,058 114
7  West Indies 18 2,048 114
8  Afghanistan 25 2,287 91
9  Sri Lanka 27 2,287 85
10  Bangladesh 24 1,686 70

T20 Men’s Batting Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Babar Azam ramained at the top of the Men’s T20 rankings followed by Colin Munro and Glenn Maxwell who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Babar Azam Pakistan 846
2 Colin Munro  New Zealand 801
3 Glenn Maxwell  Australia 799
4 Aaron Finch  Australia 763
5 Evin Lewis  West Indies 753
6 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 747
7 Alex Hales  England 679
8 Virat Kohli  India 670
9 Mohammad Shahzad  Afghanistan 659
10 Hamilton Masakadza  Zimbabwe 648
11 Hashim Amla  South Africa 643
12 Lokesh Rahul  India 639
13 Rohit Sharma  India 636
14 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 634
15 Joe Root  England 630
16 Eoin Morgan  England 618
17 Shikhar Dhawan  India 617
18 Kusal Perera  Sri Lanka 608
19 Francois du Plessis  South Africa 594
20 David Warner  Australia 589
21 Sabbir Rahman  Bangladesh 585
22 Dawid Malan  England 576
23 Malcolm Waller  Zimbabwe 572
24 Marlon Samuels  West Indies 570
25 JP Duminy  South Africa 568

T20 Men’s Bowling Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Rashid Khan remains at the top of Men’s T20 bowling rankings followed by Shadab Khan and India’s Yuzvendra Chahal. In fact, all top 9 bowlers in T20 rankings are spinners.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 813
2 Shadab Khan  Pakistan 769
3 Yuzvendra Chahal  India 706
4 Ish Sodhi  New Zealand 700
5 Samuel Badree  West Indies 674
6 Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 665
7 Imran Tahir  South Africa 650
8 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 638
9 Imad Wasim  Pakistan 612
10 Jasprit Bumrah  India 609
11 Mustafizur Rahman Bangladesh 609
12 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 608
13 Adil Rashid  England 601
14 Trent Boult  New Zealand 599
15 Chris Jordan  England 598
16 Graeme Cremer  Zimbabwe 589
17 Sunil Narine  West Indies 587
18 Mohammad Amir  Pakistan 586
19 George Dockrell  Ireland 574
20 Mark Watt  Scotland 568
21 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India 562
22 Chris Morris South Africa 561
23 Hamza Hotak Afghanistan 555
24 Adam Zampa Australia 552
25 Liam Plunkett England 548

T20 Men’s All-Rounder Ranking

Cricket Rankings

Glenn Maxwell tops the Men’s T20 all rounder cricket rankings followed by Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi and Shakib Al Hasan who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Player Country Rating
1 Glenn Maxwell Australia 389
2 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 321
3 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 279
4 JP Duminy  South Africa 235
5 Marlon Samuels  West Indies 230
6 Paul Stirling  Ireland 223
7 Thisara Perera  Sri Lanka 214
8 Mahmudullah  Bangladesh 212
9 Richard Berrington  Scotland 202
10 Samiullah Shenwari  Afghanistan 199
11 Shoaib Malik  Pakistan 190
12 Kevin O’Brien  Ireland 169
13 Suresh Raina  India 160
14 Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 134
15 Virat Kohli  India 130
16 Kane Williamson New Zealand 129
17 Angelo Mathews  Sri Lanka 127
18 Chris Gayle  West Indies 120
19 Carlos Brathwaite  West Indies 115
20 Colin Munro  New Zealand 109

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