ICC MEN’s International Rankings For TEST, ODI & T20I – Teams, Batting, Bowling and All-Rounders

In recently updated ICC rankings not much change occur in ICC team rankings but there is significant gains for individual players in ICC rankings for batsmen, bowlers and all-rounders in all formats of the game.

India is still topping the charts in MEN’s ICC test rankings for teams with 120 rating points after its unbeaten run in test matches in 2019 winning 7 out of 8 test matches, followed by New Zealand and South Africa both sitting on 2nd and 3rd  place respectively with 112 and 102 rating points.

ICC TEAM RANKINGS FOR TEST

RANK TEAM RATING POINTS
1 India 120
2 New Zealand 112
3 South Africa 102
4 England 102
5 Australia 102
6 Sri Lanka 95
7 West Indies 81
8 Pakistan 80
9 Bangladesh 60
10 Afghanistan 49
11 Zimbabwe 16
12 Ireland 0

World Champion England securing the top spot with 125 rating points, nearly followed by India who is sitting on second place with 122 points. Runners up in Mens world cup 2019 New Zealand is on third place with 112 rating points to their credit.

ICC TEAM RANKINGS FOR ODI’s

RANK TEAM RATING POINTS
1 England 125
2 India 122
3 New Zealand 112
4 Australia 111
5 South Africa 110
6 Pakistan 98
7 Bangladesh 86
8 Sri Lanka 81
9 West Indies 78
10 Afghanistan 57
11 Ireland 51
12 Zimbabwe 44
13 Netherlands 37
14 Scotland 31
15 United States 29
16 Namibia 23
17 Oman 22
18 Nepal 19
19 UAE 5
20 Papua New Guinea 0

Pakistan holding the top spot in ICC T20I’s ranking for more than a year but dip in their form and loosing back to back T20I’s  series against South Africa, Sri Lanka and Australia have decrease the rating point difference with second placed Australia placed by just 1 rating point. Pakistan has 270 rating points; Australia has 269 and England lying at third spot with 265 rating points.

ICC TEAM RANKINGS FOR T20I’s

RANK TEAM RATING POINTS
1  Pakistan 270
2  Australia 269
3  England 265
4  South Africa 262
5  India 258
6  New Zealand 252
7  Sri Lanka 238
8  Afghanistan 236
9  Bangladesh 227
10  West Indies 225
11  Zimbabwe 194
12  Nepal 190
13  Scotland 187

Interestingly 3 out of the top 10 slots in Men’s Test Rankings for Batsmen are occupied by players who are considered as Fab4 in international cricket. Indian captain Virat Kohli holding the top spot with 928 rating points, followed by Australian Steve Smith who is at second place with 928 rating points and New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson occupying third slot with 877 rating points. 2019’s best test batsman Marnus Labuschagne who scored most runs in 2019 is at #9 and Sri Lanka’s Dimuth Karunaratne at 10th entered in top 10 batsmen rankings first time in their career.

ICC MEN’s TEST RANKINGS FOR BATSMEN

Position Player Team Pts
1 Virat Kohli India 928
2 Steve Smith AUS 923
3 Kane Williamson NZ 877
4 Cheteshwar Pujara IND 791
5 David Warner AUS 764
6 Ajinkya Rahane IND 759
7 Joe Root ENG 752
8 Marnus Labuschagne AUS 731
9 Henry Nicholls NZ 726
10 Dimuth Karunaratne SL 723

In test bowling rankings Australia’s pace sensation Pat Cummings occupying the top spot with 900 rating points owing to his tally of wickets in 2019 making him the most successful test bowler in 2019. Followed by South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada at second with 839 rating points and Jason Holder of West Indies securing the third spot with 839 rating points in ICC Test Rankings for bowlers.

ICC MEN’s TEST RANKINGS FOR BOWLERS

Position Player Team Pts
1 Pat Cummins Aus 900
2 Kagiso Rabada  SA 839
3 Jason Holder  WI 830
4 Neil Wagner  NZ 814
5 Jasprit Bumrah  IND 794
6 Vernon Philander  SA 783
7 James Anderson  ENG 782
8 Josh Hazlewood  AUS 776
9 Ravichandran Ashwin  IND 772
10 Mohammad Shami  IND 771

West Indian test captain Jason Holder is holding the top spot at ICC test All-Rounder Rankings in international cricket. One of the leading test all-rounders Jason Holder secured the top spot with 473 rating points. 2nd & 3rd spot sealed by India’s Ravindra Jadeja and England’s Ben Stokes with 406 and 381 rating points to their credit respectively.

ICC MEN’s TEST RANKINGS FOR ALL-ROUNDERS

Position Player Team Rating
Jason Holder WI 473
Ravindra Jadeja  IND 406
Ben Stokes  ENG 381
Vernon Philander  SA 315
Ravichandran Ashwin  IND 308
Mitchell Starc  AUS 284
Pat Cummins  AUS 278
Roston Chase  WI 238
Colin de Grandhomme  NZ 237
10  Chris Woakes  ENG 227

India’s batting duo of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma holding first two spots in ICC rankings for ODI batting. Virat sensational run at top continues as he aggregated 895 rating points and his fellow man from India Rohit Sharma accumulated 863 rating points. Followed by new face of Pakistan’s batting Babar Azam who is sitting at third slot with 834 rating points.

ICC MEN’s ODI RANKINGS FOR BATSMEN

Position Player Team Rating
Virat Kohli  IND 895
Rohit Sharma  IND 863
Babar Azam  PAK 834
Francois du Plessis  SA 820
Ross Taylor  NZ 817
Kane Williamson  NZ 796
David Warner  AUS 794
Joe Root  ENG 787
Quinton de Kock  SA 781
10  Jason Roy  ENG 774

Bowling honours in ODI cricket has been dominated by India’s Jasprit Bumrah who is comfortably sitting at #1 position with 797 rating points. Followed by New Zealand’s left arm pace bowler Trent Boult and Afghanistan mystry spinner Mujeeb ur Rehman who both have 740 & 707 rating points respectively.

ICC MEN’s ODI RANKINGS FOR BOWLERS

Position Player Team Rating
Jasprit Bumrah IND 797
2 Trent Boult  NZ 740
3 Mujeeb Ur Rahman  AFG 707
4 Kagiso Rabada  SA 694
5 Pat Cummins  AUS 693
6 Chris Woakes  ENG 676
7 Mitchell Starc  AUS 663
8 Mohammad Amir  PAK 663
9 Matt Henry  NZ 656
10 Lachlan Ferguson  NZ 649

England’s man of crisis Ben Stokes is slated as #1 ODI all-rounder in ICC top ODI all-rounder rankings currently. Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi is sitting at #2 with only 12 points distance from England’s Ben Stokes. Pakistan’s Imad Wasim enjoying 3rd position with 295 rating points. #1 test all-rounder Jason Holder is on 7th position in shorter format.

ICC MEN’s ODI RANKINGS FOR ALL-ROUNDERS

Position Player Team Rating
Ben Stokes ENG 319
2 Mohammad Nabi  AFG 307
3 Imad Wasim  PAK 295
4 Chris Woakes  ENG 267
5 Rashid Khan  AFG 263
6 Mitchell Santner  NZ 260
7 Andile Phehlukwayo  SA 257
8 Jason Holder  WI 250
9 Mohammad Hafeez  PAK 248
10 Hardik Pandya  IND 246

World #3 Babar Azam in ODI batting rankings holding top batting position in T20I’s batting rankings for men. He is well ahead of 69 rating points from second place holder Australian’s Aaron Finch. England’s Dawid Malan is at 3rd spot. Top 2 ODI batsman Rohit Sharma and Virat Sharing occupying 9th and 10th position respectively.

ICC MEN’s T20I RANKINGS FOR BATSMEN

Position Player Team Rating
Babar Azam PAK 879
2 Aaron Finch  AUS 810
3 Dawid Malan  ENG 782
4 Colin Munro  NZ 780
5 Glenn Maxwell  AUS 766
6 Lokesh Rahul  IND 734
7 Evin Lewis  WI 699
8 Hazratullah  AFG 692
9 Rohit Sharma  IND 686
10 Virat Kohli  IND 685

Afghanistan former skipper Rashid Khan is at #1 position in T20I’s bowling rankings followed by countrymen Mujeeb ur Rehman. New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner is at 3rd position with 698 rating points. The only two pace bowlers in top 10 list of T20I’s bowlers is South Africa Andile Phehlukwayo who is at 6th and England’s Chris Jordan who is at 10th place.

ICC MEN’s T20I RANKINGS FOR BOWLERS

Position Player Team Rating
Rashid Khan  AFG 749
2 Mujeeb Ur Rahman  AFG 742
3 Mitchell Santner  NZ 698
4 Imad Wasim  PAK 681
5 Adam Zampa  AUS 674
6 Andile Phehlukwayo  SA 665
7 Adil Rashid  ENG 660
8 Shadab Khan  PAK 657
9 Ashton Agar  AUS 649
10 Chris Jordan  ENG 640

After bowling Afghanistan supremacy in T20I’s charts is also maintained by Mohammad Nabi who is at top place with 319 rating points. Followed by Australia’s Glenn Maxwell and Zimbabwe’s Sean Williams. Interestingly 5 out of 0 position in All-rounders list held by associate nation’s players.

ICC MEN’s T20I RANKINGS FOR ALL-ROUNDERS

Pos Player Team Rating
Mohammad Nabi AFG 319
2 Glenn Maxwell  AUS 231
3 Sean Williams  ZIM 212
4 Richard Barrington  SCO 194
5 Roan Mustafa  UAE 156
6 Mahmudullah  BAN 153
7 Collins Obuya  KEN 153
8 Zeeshan Maqsood  OMA 151
9 Gareth Delany  IRE 135
10 Khawar Ali  OMA 135

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