World Cricket Rankings: 27th July 2018
These Cricket rankings are issued by: International Cricket Council
As per Allsportspk readers request as and when any of the ranking is announced it is being published. Currently, from Men’s cricket rankings only Test team & players rankings alongside ODI team & players rankings have been updated. From Women’s cricket no rankings have been updated.

Cricket Rankings ‚Äď Men

Test Teams – Cricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

India remains at the top of the Men’s test cricket rankings and will hope to retain their rank by winning the upcoming England Test series. Meanwhile, West Indies and Sri Lanka white washed South Africa, thus retaining their rank at 6th and 7th place respectively.

Position Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 29 3,634 125
2  South Africa 35 3,712 106
3  Australia 33 3,499 106
4  New Zealand 23 2,354 102
5  England 39 3,772 97
6  Sri Lanka 38 3,668 97
7  Pakistan 21 1,853 88
8  West Indies 29 2,235 77
9  Bangladesh 19 1,268 67
10  Zimbabwe 8 12 2

Test Batsmen – Cricket Rankings

Despite Steve Smith’s ban from cricket over the ball-tampering incident, the former Australian captain still remains at the top of the Men’s Test rankings.

Sri Lankan batsmen Dimuth Karunaratne and Dinesh Chandimal experienced an upgrade after their recent series with South Africa and West Indies. West Indian batsman Kraigg Brathwaite also found himself at the 12th rank after a string of high scores.

Position Name 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 Dimuth Karunaratne  Sri Lanka 754
8 Dinesh Chandimal  Sri Lanka 733
9 Dean Elgar  South Africa 724
10 Aiden Markram  South Africa 703
11 Ross Taylor  New Zealand 697
12 Kraigg Brathwaite  West Indies 695
13 Alastair Cook  England 686
14 Hashim Amla  South Africa 673
15 Azhar Ali  Pakistan 672
16 Jonny Bairstow  England 670
17 Francois du Plessis  South Africa 665
18 Lokesh Rahul  India 661
19 Ajinkya Rahane  India 645
20 Kusal Mendis  Sri Lanka 641
21 Usman Khawaja  Australia 633
22 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 632
23 Murali Vijay  India 624
24 Shikhar Dhawan  India 618
25 Angelo Mathews  Sri Lanka 607
26 Shaun Marsh  Australia 605
27 Asad Shafiq  Pakistan 602
28 Ben Stokes  England 601
29 BJ Watling  New Zealand 596
30 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 594
31 Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh 590
32 Mushfiqur Rahim  Bangladesh 589
33 Tom Latham  New Zealand 587
34 Henry Nicholls  New Zealand 573
35 Shai Hope  West Indies 572
36 Temba Bavuma  South Africa 567
37 Peter Handscomb  Australia 559
38 Jeet Raval  New Zealand 552
39 Sarfraz Ahmed  Pakistan 551
40 Mominul Haque  Bangladesh 549
41 Niroshan Dickwella  Sri Lanka 549
42 Rohit Sharma  India 545
43 Moeen Ali  England 537
44 Brendan Taylor  Zimbabwe 534
45 Roston Chase  West Indies 532
46 Hamilton Masakadza  Zimbabwe 531
47 Dhananjaya de Silva  Sri Lanka 529
48 Sikandar Sikandar Raza  Zimbabwe 510
49 Craig Ervine  Zimbabwe 505
50 Tim Paine  Australia 495

Test Bowling- Cricket Rankings

Pakistan Vs England

Kagiso Rabada’s disappointing performance in Sri Lanka degraded him to the 2nd position, as James Anderson took the top position in this category.

Sri Lankan, off spinner, Rangana Herath’s performances against South Africa allowed him to upgrade his rank to the 8th position.¬†Keshav Maharaj broke huge records in Sri Lanka and is now placed at the 18th position.

Position Name Country Rating
1 Steve Smith Australia 929
2 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 882
3 Ravindra Jadeja India 866
4 Vernon Philander South Africa 826
5 Ravichandran Ashwin India 811
6 Pat Cummins Australia 800
7 Trent Boult New Zealand 795
8 Rangana Herath Sri Lanka 791
9 Neil Wagner New Zealand 765
10 Josh Hazlewood Australia 759
11 Shannon Gabriel West Indies 757
12 Stuart Broad England 742
13 Jason Holder West Indies 731
14 Mitchell Starc Australia 720
15 Tim Southee New Zealand 720
16 Nathan Lyon Australia 710
17 Mohammad Shami India 696
18 Keshav Maharaj South Africa 692
19 Yasir Shah Pakistan 683
20 Kemar Roach West Indies 667
21 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 665
22 Mohammad Abbas Pakistan 652
23 Dilruwan Perera Sri Lanka 642
24 Dale Steyn South Africa 635
25 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India 620
26 Ishant Sharma India 582
27 Suranga Lakmal Sri Lanka 580
28 Umesh Yadav India 577
29 Wahab Riaz Pakistan 568
30 Devendra Bishoo West Indies 562
31 Ben Stokes England 545
32 Mohammad Amir Pakistan 527
33 Mehedi Hasan Bangladesh 510
34 Chris Woakes England 509
35 Taijul Islam Bangladesh 507
36 Moeen Ali England 492
37 Nuwan Pradeep Sri Lanka 432
38 Rahat Ali Pakistan 418
39 Akila Dananjaya Sri Lanka 403
40 Toby Roland-Jones England 378
41 Steve O’Keefe Australia 375
42 Lahiru Kumara Sri Lanka 371
43 Jasprit Bumrah India 369
44 Kasun Rajitha Sri Lanka 367
45 Graeme Cremer Zimbabwe 366
46 Lungi Ngidi South Africa 362
47 Andile Phehlukwayo South Africa 354
48 Colin de Grandhomme New Zealand 349
49 Mustafizur Rahman Bangladesh 348
50 Mitchell Santner New Zealand 337

Test All-rounders – Cricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

Bangladesh got white washed by West Indies, however, Shakib Al Hasan still remains at the top of the All-rounder rankings due to his exceptional performances.

Sri Lanka’s Rangana Herath’s contribution with the bat and ball against South Africa allowed him to take the 15th rank in this category.

Position Name Country Rating
1 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 420
2 Ravindra Jadeja India 394
3 Vernon Philander South Africa 370
4 Ravichandran Ashwin India 365
5 Jason Holder West Indies 354
6 Ben Stokes England 327
7 Moeen Ali England 264
8 Pat Cummins Australia 248
9 Mitchell Starc Australia 247
10 Dilruwan Perera Sri Lanka 224
11 Tim Southee New Zealand 206
12 Chris Woakes England 199
13 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 193
14 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India 188
15 Rangana Herath Sri Lanka 188
16 Stuart Broad England 180
17 Colin de Grandhomme New Zealand 168
18 Roston Chase West Indies 167
19 Neil Wagner New Zealand 160
20 Trent Boult New Zealand 158

For Men’s ODI team and complete cricket rankings, move on to the next page!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here