World Cricket Rankings ‚Äď 29th October 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 T20 teams & players rankings have been updated. From Women’s cricket ODI, T20 teams and ODI player rankings have been updated.

Cricket Rankings ‚Äď Men

T20 Teams¬†‚ÄstCricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

Pakistan displayed their T20 power once again, as they thrashed Australia 3-0, to retain the No.1 rank in T20 cricket rankings. Australia who lost the series, also retained their 3rd spot and are now equal with England, in terms of rating.

Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Pakistan 33 4,486 136
2  India 37 4,601 124
3  Australia 25 2,953 118
4  England 22 2,586 118
5  New Zealand 22 2,542 116
6  South Africa 21 2,334 111
7  West Indies 21 2,219 106
8  Afghanistan 27 2,490 92
9  Sri Lanka 29 2,518 87
10  Bangladesh 27 2,066 77

T20¬†Batsmen ‚ÄstCricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

Pakistan’s run-scoring machine, Babar Azam continued to score fifties and has now replaced Aaron Finch to become the top T20 batsman of the world. Meanwhile, Colin Munro replaced Fakhar Zaman for the 4th position, as the Pakistani batsman has been seen out of form in the whole T20 series.

Some of the other significant upgrades were of Martin Guptill, Alex Hales and Rohit Sharma who are now placed at 6th, 8th and 10th position respectively.

Rank Name Country Events
1 Babar Azam Pakistan 844
2 Aaron Finch  Australia 839
3 Lokesh Rahul  India 812
4 Colin Munro  New Zealand 801
5 Fakhar Zaman  Pakistan 793
6 Martin Guptill  New Zealand 747
7 Glenn Maxwell  Australia 742
8 Alex Hales  England 697
9 Jason Roy  England 688
10 Rohit Sharma  India 678
11 D’Arcy Short ¬†Australia 677
12 Evin Lewis  West Indies 671
13 Virat Kohli  India 671
14 Mohammad Shahzad  Afghanistan 647
15 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 634
16 Shaiman Anwar  UAE 630
17 Jos Buttler  England 610
18 Hashim Amla  South Africa 603
19 Hamilton Masakadza  Zimbabwe 599
20 Eoin Morgan  England 590
21 Shikhar Dhawan  India 589
22 Francois du Plessis  South Africa 584
23 Joe Root  England 583
24 Kusal Perera  Sri Lanka 582
25 Marlon Samuels  West Indies 563
26 JP Duminy  South Africa 554
27 David Miller  South Africa 552
28 Sabbir Rahman  Bangladesh 551
29 Shoaib Malik  Pakistan 548
30 Kyle Coetzer  Scotland 542
31 Paul Stirling  Ireland 532
32 Richard Berrington  Scotland 527
33 Dawid Malan  England 521
34 Malcolm Waller  Zimbabwe 521
35 Mahmudullah  Bangladesh 521
36 Solomon Mire  Zimbabwe 517
37 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 516
38 Hazratullah  Afghanistan 514
39 Thisara Perera  Sri Lanka 513
40 Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh 513
41 Sarfraz Ahmed  Pakistan 503
42 Suresh Raina  India 502
43 Manish Pandey  India 498
44 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 498
45 Soumya Sarkar  Bangladesh 491
46 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 490
47 David Warner  Australia 481
48 Najibullah Zadran  Afghanistan 479
49 Wesley Barresi  Netherlands 479
50 Mushfiqur Rahim  Bangladesh 475

T20¬†Bowlers ‚ÄstCricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

Rashid Khan retained his top position in the Men’s T20 Bowling rankings, with Shadab Khan and Ish Sodhi also retaining their 2nd and 3rd ranks respectively.¬†After an average performance in the T20 series against Pakistan, Australian pacer lost his 8th position to Imran Tahir.

Some of the other significant upgrades were of Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali and Adam Zampa who are now placed at 16th, 21st and 22nd place respectively.

Rank Name Country Events
1 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 793
2 Shadab Khan  Pakistan 757
3 Ish Sodhi  New Zealand 700
4 Yuzvendra Chahal  India 685
5 Adil Rashid  England 676
6 Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 665
7 Samuel Badree  West Indies 655
8 Imran Tahir  South Africa 653
9 Billy Stanlake  Australia 640
10 Imad Wasim  Pakistan 636
11 Andrew Tye  Australia 634
12 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 633
13 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 630
14 Mohammad Naveed  UAE 622
15 Liam Plunkett  England 621
16 Faheem Faheem Ashraf  Pakistan 611
17 Chris Jordan  England 611
18 Trent Boult  New Zealand 599
19 Mustafizur Rahman  Bangladesh 598
20 David Willey  England 595
21 Hasan Ali  Pakistan 587
22 Adam Zampa  Australia 585
23 Mohammad Amir  Pakistan 573
24 Mark Watt  Scotland 568
25 Ahmed Raza  UAE 567
26 Jasprit Bumrah  India 566
27 George Dockrell  Ireland 566
28 Bhuvneshwar Kumar  India 558
29 Akila Dananjaya  Sri Lanka 553
30 Paul van Meekeren  Netherlands 546
31 Kesrick Williams  West Indies 541
32 Hardik Pandya  India 540
33 Carlos Brathwaite  West Indies 533
34 Chris Morris  South Africa 528
35 Timm van der Gugten  Netherlands 526
36 Graeme Cremer  Zimbabwe 522
37 Kuldeep Yadav  India 508
38 Tendai Chisoro  Zimbabwe 503
39 Mujeeb Zadran  Afghanistan 500
40 Andile Phehlukwayo  South Africa 498
41 Tim Southee  New Zealand 496
42 Safyaan Sharif  Scotland 493
43 Alasdair Evans  Scotland 493
44 Mohammad Nawaz  Pakistan 490
45 Adam Milne  New Zealand 483
46 Rubel Hossain  Bangladesh 483
47 Kagiso Rabada  South Africa 479
48 Nathan Coulter-Nile  Australia 472
49 Glenn Maxwell  Australia 466
50 Rohan Mustafa  UAE 465

T20¬†Allrounders‚ÄstCricket Rankings

Cricket Rankings

Glenn Maxwell retained his top position with Mohammad Nabi and Shakib al Hasan placed at the 2nd and 3rd place respectively.¬†Significant upgrades were of D’Arcy Short, Michael Leask and Danushka Gunathilaka who are now placed at the 29th, 51st and 53rd place respectively.

Rank Name Country Events
1 Glenn Maxwell Australia 345
2 Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 313
3 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 310
4 JP Duminy  South Africa 225
5 Marlon Samuels  West Indies 222
6 Thisara Perera  Sri Lanka 213
7 Mahmudullah  Bangladesh 213
8 Paul Stirling  Ireland 208
9 Richard Berrington  Scotland 202
10 Sean Williams  Zimbabwe 197
11 Samiullah Shenwari  Afghanistan 188
12 Shoaib Malik  Pakistan 171
13 Suresh Raina  India 159
14 Kevin O’Brien ¬†Ireland 156
15 Rohan Mustafa  UAE 153
16 Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 148
17 Virat Kohli  India 136
18 Kane Williamson  New Zealand 129
19 Carlos Brathwaite  West Indies 118
20 Angelo Mathews  Sri Lanka 118
21 Colin Munro  New Zealand 109
22 Hardik Pandya  India 108
23 Chris Gayle  West Indies 106
24 Andre Russell  West Indies 103
25 Mitchell Santner  New Zealand 101
26 Elton Chigumbura  Zimbabwe 99
27 Chamu Chibhabha  Zimbabwe 98
28 Mohammad Naveed  UAE 95
29 D’Arcy Short ¬†Australia 94
30 Rashid Khan  Afghanistan 93
31 Shadab Khan  Pakistan 87
32 Michael Rippon  Netherlands 86
33 David Willey  England 82
34 Rohit Sharma  India 75
35 Soumya Sarkar  Bangladesh 73
36 Moeen Ali  England 71
37 Hamilton Masakadza  Zimbabwe 71
38 Chris Jordan  England 69
39 Paras Khadka  Nepal 68
40 Gulbadin Naib  Afghanistan 68
41 Joe Root  England 68
42 Faheem Faheem Ashraf  Pakistan 66
43 Dasun Shanaka  Sri Lanka 66
44 Seekkuge Prasanna  Sri Lanka 66
45 Kyle Coetzer  Scotland 64
46 Ben Stokes  England 63
47 Sabbir Rahman  Bangladesh 61
48 Asela Gunaratne  Sri Lanka 59
49 Sikandar Raza  Zimbabwe 59
50 Roelof van der Merwe  Netherlands 58

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