Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 08/11/17 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 6th in ODI, 1st in T20s)

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Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 08/11/17 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 6th in ODI, 1st in T20s)

Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by Major, Dec 3, 2010.

by Shah Rukh Khalid
Dec 3, 2010 at 12:02 AM
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    De Villiers, Hasan Ali move up to top of ODI rankings

    Babar, Mushfiqur, Lakmal and Phehlukwayo among others to gain in latest rankings.
    South Africa batsman AB de Villiers has once again grabbed the top position in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings while Pakistan’s Hasan Ali has emerged as a new number one among bowlers in the latest ranking updates carried out on Friday.

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    An astonishing knock of 176 by de Villiers in the second ODI against Bangladesh in Paarl, which consisted of 15 fours and seven sixes and came off only 104 balls, has also helped South Africa edge India at the top of the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings by taking a 2-0 winning lead in the three-match series.

    The latest rankings, which take into account the first two matches of the South Africa-Bangladesh series and the first three matches of the ongoing Pakistan-Sri Lanka series in the United Arab Emirates, sees de Villiers climb to the top of the ODI table for the 14th time in his career.

    De Villiers, who has leapfrogged Australian David Warner and India captain Virat Kohli, had first attained top position on 30 May 2010 and the number of days he has spent at the top is second most after retired Windies great Vivian Richards. De Villiers has now been at the top for 2,124 days while Richards was number one for 2,306 days.

    Other batsmen to move up include Pakistan’s Babar Azam (up two places to a career-best fourth position), the South African pair of Quinton de Kock (up three places to fifth) and Hashim Amla (up two places to ninth), and Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim (up five places to 18th).


    Among bowlers, Hasan Ali’s haul of five for 34 in the third ODI against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi, which his team won by seven wickets for a decisive 3-0 lead in the five-match series, has given the pace bowler a big boost in ranking points.

    The 23-year-old, who has taken nine wickets in the series so far, has moved up six places to become the fifth bowler at the top of the ODI rankings this year after Trent Boult, Imran Tahir, Kagiso Rabada and Josh Hazlewood.

    Outside of the top 20, Sri Lanka’s Suranga Lakmal (up three places to 36th), South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo (up 30 places to 52nd) and Bangladesh’s Rubel Hossain (up seven places to 61st) are the other bowlers to move northwards.

    Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez is back as the top all-rounder, edging Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan. Hafeez, who first attained top ranking in January 2013, has reached the top spot for the ninth time.

    Meanwhile, India will be looking to wrest back the top spot in the team rankings when they take on New Zealand in an upcoming three-match series.

    South Africa and India are both on 120 points with South Africa ahead on decimal points. South Africa can reach 121 points if they complete a 3-0 series win over Bangladesh but India will overtake them if they win the opening match against New Zealand, to be played the same day as the last South Africa-Bangladesh match, on 22 October.

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/495373
     
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      Pakistan leggie's meteoric rise officially acknowledged by latest release of official ICC rankings

      Yasir Shah's match-winning performance in Pakistan's thrilling win over England at Lord's has seen him crowned the new world No.1 ranked Test bowler.

      Shah's figures of 6-72 and 4-69 at Lord's were enough to knock off England veteran James Anderson and claim the No.1 position in the International Cricket Council rankings for the first time in his 13-Test career.

      The 30-year-old Pakistan leg-spinner headed into the Test ranked No.4, but vaulted ahead of Anderson, who now dropped to No.3 in the charts after missing the first Test due to a shoulder injury, India's Ravichandran Ashwin (No.2) and England quick Stuart Broad (No.4).

      It's the third time a new No.1 Test bowler has been crowned since January. Broad rose to the top position following the Johannesburg Test against South Africa, only for countryman Anderson to snatch the title after his superb performances against Sri Lanka in Durham in May.

      Shah's 10-141 was the best-ever performance by a Pakistan bowler in his maiden Test on English soil and the best by a Pakistan spinner in England, beating Abdul Qadir's 10-211 at the Oval in 1987.

      No Pakistan bowler before Shah had taken a 10-fer at Lord's.

      Meanwhile, Australia skipper Steve Smith remains the world No.1 Test batsman, with England star Joe Root staying in fourth position after scoring 48 and nine at Lord's.

      Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq rose one spot to ninth after his first-innings century, while Asad Shafiq is on the verge of cracking the top 10, moving up two places to 11th after scores of 73 and 49.

      http://www.cricket.com.au/news/icc-...steve-smith-batting-number-one-icc/2016-07-18
       
    2. Fawad
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      Takes over Ashwin.

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    3. ASLI-PATHAN
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      Congrats to him and may he occupy the top spot for long.


       
    4. Don Quixote
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      Finally.... Great to see! Hopefully he will further increase his rating points to above 950...
       
    5. Omar
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      MRF ICC Test Player Rankings (as on 18 July, after Lord’s Test)

      Batsmen (top 10)

      Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Ave HS Rating

      1 ( - ) Steve Smith Aus 925 60.18 936 v Eng at Lord's 2015

      2 ( - ) Kane Williamson NZ 868 49.23 893 v Aus at Perth 2015

      3 ( - ) Hashim Amla SA 860 51.45 907 v Pak at Abu Dhabi 2013

      4 ( - ) Joe Root Eng 820 52.20 917 v Aus at Trent Bridge 2015

      5 (+1) AB de Villiers SA 818 50.46 935 v Aus at Port Elizabeth 2014

      6= (-1) Younus Khan Pak 811 53.64 880 v SL at Lahore 2009

      (+1) Adam Voges Aus 811*! 95.50 811 v NZ at Christchurch 2016

      8 ( - ) David Warner Aus 800 50.06 880 v NZ at Perth 2015

      9 (+1) Misbah-ul-Haq Pak 786 49.07 842 v NZ at Abu Dhabi 2014

      10 (-1) Angelo Mathews SL 765 48.70 877 v NZ at Christchurch 2014


      Other selected rankings

      Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge HS Rating

      11 (+2) Asad Shafiq Pak 758! 43.85 758 v Eng at Lord's 2016

      13 (-1) Alastair Cook Eng 738 46.87 874 v Ind at Kolkata 2012

      16 (+2) Jonny Bairstow Eng 704! 39.71 704 v Pak at Lord's 2016

      17 (+2) Sarfraz Ahmed Pak 701* 45.53 715 v SL at Galle 2015

      21 (-1) Azhar Ali Pak 653 42.67 753 v SL at Pallekele 2012

      24 (-2) M. Hafeez Pak 629 40.35 642 v Eng at Sharjah 2015


      40 (+2) Gary Ballance Eng 519* 46.03 702 v WI at Grenada 2015

      42 (-3) Moeen Ali Eng 512 29.82 558 v SL at Durham 2016

      65 (-3) Alex Hales Eng 381* 30.00 405 v SL at Lord's 2016

      Bowlers (top 10)

      Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge HS Rating

      1 (+3) Yasir Shah Pak 878*! 23.00 878 v Eng at Lord's 2016

      2 ( - ) R. Ashwin Ind 871! 25.39 871 v SA at Delhi 2015

      3 (-2) James Anderson Eng 868 28.33 884 v SL at Durham 2016

      4 (-1) Stuart Broad Eng 859 28.34 880 v SA at Johannesburg 2016

      5 ( - ) Dale Steyn SA 841 22.53 909 v WI at Centurion 2014

      6 ( - ) Ravindra Jadeja Ind 789*! 23.76 789 v SA at Delhi 2015

      7 ( - ) Trent Boult NZ 757 29.14 825 v Eng at Lord's 2015

      8 ( - ) Josh Hazlewood Aus 741* 25.77 792 v WI at Hobart 2015

      9 ( - ) Morne Morkel SA 724 29.33 776 v Aus at Cape Town 2011

      10 ( - ) Vernon Philander SA 717 22.08 912 v Ind at Johannesburg 2013

      Other selected rankings

      Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge HS Rating

      22 (-3) Steven Finn Eng 552 29.40 624 v NZ at Headingley 2013

      28 (+2) Moeen Ali Eng 472* 41.47 557 v SA at Durban 2015

      32 (+3) Rahat Ali Pak 456*! 35.56 456 v Eng at Lord's 2016

      36 (+28) Chris Woakes Eng 427*! 28.22 427 v Pak at Lord's 2016

      42 (-4) Wahab Riaz Pak 398* 35.15 431 v Eng at Dubai 2015

      93 (RE) M. Amir Pak 63* 29.40 658 v Eng at Lord's 2010

      101 (NEW) Jake Ball Eng 11*! 88.00 11 v Pak at Lord's 2016
       
    6. Omar
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      Masha'Allah may long it continue, Insha'Allah.
       
    7. chandtara
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      Yasir Shah first legspinner in 11 years to be ranked No. 1

      Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah has displaced England quick James Anderson from the No. 1 spot in the ICC rankings for Test bowlers. Yasir is the first legspinner since Shane Warne in 2005 to be ranked No. 1, and the first Pakistan bowler since Mushtaq Ahmed in December 1996.

      Yasir's rise to the top came as a result of his performance in the first Test against England at Lord's, where he took 10 for 141 to bowl Pakistan to a 75-run victory. Anderson did not play the game because he was recovering from a shoulder injury.

      Yasir has 86 wickets from 13 Tests - the most by any bowler after that many games - and has a chance of breaking a 120-year old record - the fastest to 100 Test wickets. George Lohmann, the England bowler, had reached the mark in 16 matches in 1896.

      Yasir was ranked No. 4 before the start of the England tour, but a compelling display on a day-two pitch offering no turn and remarkable exploitation of a wearing pitch and worried batsmen on day four pushed him up three places. His 6 for 72 in the first innings and 4 for 69 in the second made him the first legspinner to claim a 10-for at Lord's. Among his wickets was a vicious legbreak that pitched a considerable distance outside the left-handed Gary Ballance's off stump and turned square to hit leg stump, invoking memories of Shane Warne bowling Andrew Strauss in Edgbaston in the 2005 Ashes.

      The Lord's Test was Yasir's first outside the subcontinent and his 10 for 141 is his best bowling performance in a match. Chris Woakes, England's standout player in their home summer, has vaulted 28 places up the bowlers' rankings after his 11 for 102. He is at No. 36.

      Anderson, who is likely to return for the second Test at Old Trafford from July 22, dropped down to third place with Stuart Broad at fourth. India offspinner R Aswhin, who is in the West Indies preparing for a four-Test series, is at No. 2.

      Australia captain Steven Smith is the top-ranked Test batsman, followed by New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, South Africa's Hashim Amla.

      http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/1036047.html
       
    8. SwingNSeam
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      MashaAllah what a beast. Long may it continue InshAllah Ameen
       
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      @ASLI-PATHAN u have to get us an exclusive interview soon fam.
       
    10. ASLI-PATHAN
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      Insha'Allah next time he comes to UAE.
       
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      Cool. @Mercenary maybe u can send ap a Cricistan shirt so Shah can take pics in it for the interview. Makes it legit.
       
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      Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah has displaced England quick James Anderson from the No. 1 spot in the ICC rankings for Test bowlers. Yasir is the first legspinner since Shane Warne in 2005 to be ranked No. 1, and the first Pakistan bowler since Mushtaq Ahmed in December 1996.



      Yasir's rise to the top came as a result of his performance in the first Test against England at Lord's, where he took 10 for 141 to bowl Pakistan to a 75-run victory. Anderson did not play the game because he was recovering from a shoulder injury.


      Yasir has 86 wickets from 13 Tests - the most by any bowler after that many games - and has a chance of breaking a 120-year old record - the fastest to 100 Test wickets. George Lohmann, the England bowler, had reached the mark in 16 matches in 1896.



      Yasir was ranked No. 4 before the start of the England tour, but a compelling display on a day-two pitch offering no turn and remarkable exploitation of a wearing pitch and worried batsmen on day four pushed him up three places. His 6 for 72 in the first innings and 4 for 69 in the second made him the first legspinner to claim a 10-for at Lord's. Among his wickets was a vicious legbreak that pitched a considerable distance outside the left-handed Gary Ballance's off stump and turned square to hit leg stump, invoking memories of Shane Warne bowling Andrew Strauss in Edgbaston in the 2005 Ashes.



      The Lord's Test was Yasir's first outside the subcontinent and his 10 for 141 is his best bowling performance in a match. Chris Woakes, England's standout player in their home summer, has vaulted 28 places up the bowlers' rankings after his 11 for 102. He is at No. 36.


      Anderson, who is likely to return for the second Test at Old Trafford from July 22, dropped down to third place with Stuart Broad at fourth. India offspinner R Aswhin, who is in the West Indies preparing for a four-Test series, is at No. 2.


      Australia captain Steven Smith is the top-ranked Test batsman, followed by New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, South Africa's Hashim Amla

      ICC Test rankings

      Bowlers: 1 Yasir Shah, 2 R Ashwin, 3 James Anderson, 4 Stuart Broad, 5 Dale Steyn, 6 Ravindra Jadeja, 7 Trent Boult, 8 Josh Hazlewood, 9 Morne Morkel, 10 Vernon Philander

      Batsmen: 1 Steven Smith, 2 Kane Williamson, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 Joe Root, 5 AB de Villiers, 6 Adam Voges, 7 Younis Khan, 8 David Warner, 9 Misbah-ul-Haq, 10 Angelo Mathews
       
    14. Shahzad.Firdous
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    16. Energy
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      Mashallah. Best bowler in the world.
       
    17. SwingNSeam
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      Class bowler. Both of them..too bad ICC changed rules and Ajmal couldn't fit under the new rules.

      Impossible to do as a leg spinner thou. So nothing to worry about Alhumdulillah
       
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      Dekh lena Shahzad... a day will come when people will argue if Warne was as good as Shah... inshAllah-ul-azeem
       
    19. chandtara
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      India, Australia aim to gain crucial points in ICC Test rankings in upcoming series

      Dubai: Top-ranked Australia and second-ranked India will have to complete comprehensive wins in their upcoming away Test series against Sri Lanka and the West Indies, respectively, to not lose crucial points in the ICC team rankings. The West Indies will host India in a four-Test series starting in Antigua on Thursday while Australia will go head to head with Sri Lanka in Pallekele from 26 July in a three-Test series. India are ahead of eighth-ranked the West Indies by 44 points and Australia lead seventh-ranked Sri Lanka by 33 points, and because the rankings are weighted to reflect this difference, India and Australia s failure to win their series convincingly will mean they will drop points.

      India will have to defeat the West Indies by a margin of 3-0 or better to stay at 112 points. Even a 3-1 or 2-0 win for India will see it slip to 110 points. On the other hand, a 3-1 or 2-0 win by the West Indies will see them rise to 79 points with India dropping below the 100-point mark to 98.

      Similarly, Australia will have to win 2-0 or better against seventh-ranked Sri Lanka to ensure they don’t go below the current 118 points. In contrast, even Sri Lanka s 1-0 win over Australia will earn them seven points and move to 92 while Steve Smith s side will slip to 111 points.

      With England and Pakistan already involved in a four-Test series in England, major shake-up on top of the Test table is on the cards depending how the three series pan out.

      Meanwhile, India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will be gunning for the bowlers rankings with Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah leading the charts following a 10-wicket haul in the Lord s Test that ended on Sunday.

      Yasir is seven points ahead of Ashwin with three more matches to go against England. One will have to wait and see how long the two can continue the rare occurrence of two spinners at the top. The last time slow bowlers took the top two slots was in March 2006 when Sri Lanka off-spinner Muttiah Muralidaran and Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne peaked to number-one and two positions, respectively.

      India s left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja is the other India bowler inside the top 10 in sixth spot, while fast bowler Ishant Sharma is ranked in 20th place.

      For the West Indies and in the absence of an injured 21st-ranked Kemar Roach, Jerome Taylor will start the series as his side s top-ranked bowler in 24th place.

      India s Ajinkya Rahane will be the top-ranked batsman from either side in 12th spot and hoping to break back into the top 10. India captain Virat Kohli, who has been ranked No.1 in both ODIs and T20s but never higher than eighth in Tests, will also be looking to improve his current ranking of 14th.

      http://www.cricketcountry.com/news/...n-icc-test-rankings-in-upcoming-series-473490
       
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      48th
       
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      Thanks
       
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      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 3rd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 1 point behind India and are 3 points ahead of England

      Reliance Test Championship

      Australia 118
      India 112
      Pakistan 111
      England 108
      New Zealand 98
      South Africa 92
      Sri Lanka 85
      West Indies 65
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 12​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 9th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 87, 7 points behind West Indies and 38 points ahead of Afghanistan

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 123
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      South Africa 110
      England 106
      Sri Lanka 102
      Bangladesh 98
      West Indies 94
      Pakistan 87
      Afghanistan 49
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 43

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 104, 8 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 6 points behind Australia

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 128
      West Indies 122
      South Africa 119
      England 116
      Australia 110
      Pakistan 104
      Sri Lanka 96
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 48
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 29
      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Younis Khan
      9th- Misbah Ul Haq
      11th- Asad Shafiq
      17th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      21st- Azhar Ali
      24th- Mohammed Hafeez
      45th- Ahmed Shehzad
      78th- Shan Masood

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Yasir Shah
      23rd- Junaid Khan
      28th- Zulfiqar Babar
      32nd- Rahat Ali
      42nd- Wahab Riaz
      47th- Mohammed Hafeez
      48th- Imran Khan
      90th- Ehsan Adil
      92nd- Younis Khan
      93rd- Mohammad Amir
      95th- Azhar Ali


      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      9th- Mohammed Hafeez

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      23rd- Mohammed Hafeez
      36th- Ahmed Shehzad
      45th- Azhar Ali
      61st- Umar Akmal
      63rd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Haris Sohail
      79th- Shoaib Malik
      91st- Sohaib Maqsood

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Mohammed Irfan
      19th- Mohammed Hafeez
      53rd- Wahab Riaz
      57th- Yasir Shah
      62nd- Junaid Khan
      97th- Umar Gul

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Mohammed Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      26th- Ahmed Shehzad
      32nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      40th- Shahid Afridi
      43rd- Shoaib Malik
      66th- Sharjeel Khan
      82nd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      93rd- Mukhtar Ahmed

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Shahid Afridi
      33rd- Mohammed Irfan
      44th- Mohammed Hafeez
      53rd- Imad Wasim
      55th- Sohail Tanvir
      76th- Wahab Riaz
      88th- Mohammad Sami
      94th- Azhar Ali
      97th- Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Shahid Afridi
      7th- Mohammed Hafeez

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      Ashwin regains number one spot in test rankings

      India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin dethroned Pakistan's Yasir Shah to top the International Cricket Council's (ICC) test rankings after his match-winning display against West Indies in the first test.

      The 29-year-old picked up figures of 7-83 in the second innings as the visitors cruised to an innings-and-92 runs victory inside four days in Antigua.

      Leg spinner Yasir, who became the first Pakistani bowler in 20 years to top the test rankings, dropped to fifth after managing just one wicket in the second test defeat against England at Old Trafford.

      Ashwin, who also tops the all-rounders ranking, is followed by England's James Anderson and Stuart Broad, who both moved up one place respectively.

      Joe Root's magnificent 254 in the 330-run victory against Pakistan has helped him move into the second place in the test rankings for batsmen, behind Australian Steve Smith, who retains top spot.

      England's test skipper Alastair Cook, also moved back into the top 10 at ninth place on the back of a century and an unbeaten 76 in the second test.

      http://www.eurosport.co.uk/cricket/...-spot-in-test-rankings_sto5698930/story.shtml
       
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      Yasir Shah drops from 1st to 5th in just 1 game?!
       
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      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 3rd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 1 point behind India and are 3 points ahead of England

      Reliance Test Championship

      Australia 118
      India 112
      Pakistan 111
      England 108
      New Zealand 98
      South Africa 92
      Sri Lanka 85
      West Indies 65
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 12​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 9th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 87, 7 points behind West Indies and 38 points ahead of Afghanistan

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 123
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      South Africa 110
      England 106
      Sri Lanka 102
      Bangladesh 98
      West Indies 94
      Pakistan 87
      Afghanistan 49
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 43

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 104, 8 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 6 points behind Australia

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 128
      West Indies 122
      South Africa 119
      England 116
      Australia 110
      Pakistan 104
      Sri Lanka 96
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 48
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 29
      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      8th- Misbah Ul Haq
      10th- Younis Khan
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      18th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      22nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      25th- Azhar Ali
      74th- Shan Masood

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Yasir Shah
      30th- Zulfiqar Babar
      31st- Rahat Ali
      33rd- Wahab Riaz
      44th- Imran Khan
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      72nd- Mohammad Amir
      81st- Younis Khan
      83rd- Azhar Ali
      89th- Asad Shafiq

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      9th- Mohammed Hafeez

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      22nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      35th- Ahmed Shehzad
      44th- Azhar Ali
      59th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      61st- Babar Azam
      72nd- Shoaib Malik
      84th- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Mohammad Rizwan
      96th- Younis Khan
      61st- Umar Akmal
      74th- Haris Sohail

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Mohammed Irfan
      17th- Mohammed Hafeez
      46th- Wahab Riaz
      50th- Yasir Shah
      96th- Shoaib Malik
      97th- Anwar Ali

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Mohammed Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      26th- Ahmed Shehzad
      32nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      40th- Shahid Afridi
      43rd- Shoaib Malik
      66th- Sharjeel Khan
      81st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      92nd- Mukhtar Ahmed

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Shahid Afridi
      33rd- Mohammed Irfan
      43rd- Mohammed Hafeez
      49th- Mohammad Amir
      52nd- Imad Wasim
      54th- Sohail Tanvir
      74th- Wahab Riaz
      85th- Mohammad Sami
      94th- Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Shahid Afridi
      7th- Mohammed Hafeez

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    27. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
      31,199
      Pakistan targets top Test ranking

      Misbah-ul-Haq has called on Pakistan to raise their game as he bids to lead his side to the top of the Test rankings.

      The Pakistanis have become cricket’s answer to the Harlem Globetrotters, playing every Test either overseas or in their adopted home of the UAE since terrorists in Lahore attacked buses carrying the Sri Lankan team and match officials in 2009.

      Astonishingly, despite that handicap, Pakistan will become the world’s No 1 Test team if they beat England — although they must hope Australia fail to come from 1-0 down to win their series in Sri Lanka. It is the bait their captain Misbah is dangling before his players ahead of today’s third Test at Edgbaston after their limp showing in the second Test at Old Trafford, where they slumped to a 330-run defeat.

      ‘This Test is really important for us,’ said Misbah. ‘And if you look at the rankings, if we can win this Test match we can be No 1 in the world. So it’s a big chance for us. We have to press ourselves and show some responsibility.’

      The Pakistanis were stung by the reaction of their South African coach Mickey Arthur after the surrender in Manchester. He made it clear a repeat would not be tolerated.

      ‘I think his anger was appropriate,’ said Misbah. ‘The players were also unhappy that, after an outstanding performance, we were nowhere in the next game.’

      But there is a wider context than the prospect of topping the rankings. With every year that passes without a Test match in Karachi, Lahore or Faisalabad, cricket in Pakistan dies a little death. ‘It can really hurt your overall development as a cricketing nation,’ said Misbah. – Daily Mail

      http://www.iol.co.za/sport/cricket/world/pakistan-targets-top-test-ranking-2052728
       
    28. Don Duckman
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      Apr 7, 2014
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      Actually, as it stands, Pakistan and Australia are drawn right now at the top of the rankings with 111 points each.
       
    29. Shahzad.Firdous
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      Shahzad.Firdous Cricistani

      May 29, 2010
      8,165
      What are the latest rankings? Anyone?
       
    30. Passionate Pakistani
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      Passionate Pakistani Cricistani

      Jun 10, 2011
      59,890
      Ranking are updated end of the series not mid series. Only players rankings get updated
       
    31. Passionate Pakistani
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      Passionate Pakistani Cricistani

      Jun 10, 2011
      59,890
      Now England have a great chance of becoming number 1
      If Srl whitewash Australia and England win next match, England will go top
       
    32. Don Duckman
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      Don Duckman Cricistani

      Apr 7, 2014
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      Pakistan drops down to 4th, Australia and England tied at the top.

      [​IMG]
       
    33. Don Duckman
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      Don Duckman Cricistani

      Apr 7, 2014
      2,056
      How far has South Africa fallen...
       
    34. Shahzad.Firdous
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      Shahzad.Firdous Cricistani

      May 29, 2010
      8,165
      What if Pakistan win the last test match?
       
    35. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      Last Updated 30th August 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 1st position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 1 point ahead of India

      Reliance Test Championship

      Pakistan 111
      India 110
      Australia 108
      England 108
      New Zealand 99
      Sri Lanka 95
      South Africa 92
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 9th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 86, 8 points behind West Indies and 37 points ahead of Afghanistan

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 122
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      South Africa 110
      England 108
      Sri Lanka 103
      Bangladesh 98
      West Indies 94
      Pakistan 86
      Afghanistan 49
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 43

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 104, 8 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 6 points behind Australia

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      West Indies 125
      South Africa 119
      England 116
      Australia 110
      Pakistan 104
      Sri Lanka 96
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 48
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 29

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Younis Khan
      12th- Misbah Ul Haq
      14th- Asad Shafiq
      17th- Azhar Ali
      19th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      30th- Mohammed Hafeez
      72nd- Sami Aslam
      85th- Shan Masood

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Yasir Shah
      27th- Wahab Riaz
      31st- Zulfiqar Babar
      33rd- Rahat Ali
      41st- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      64th- Mohammad Amir
      81st- Younis Khan
      100th- Iftikhar Ahmed

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      22nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      35th- Ahmed Shehzad
      49th- Azhar Ali
      60th- Babar Azam
      61st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      70th- Shoaib Malik
      85th- Sohaib Maqsood
      94th- Mohammad Rizwan
      97th- Younis Khan

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Mohammed Irfan
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      49th- Yasir Shah
      77th- Umar Gul
      97th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Anwar Ali

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      21st- Umar Akmal
      25th- Ahmed Shehzad
      32nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      39th- Shahid Afridi
      43rd- Shoaib Malik
      66th- Sharjeel Khan
      82nd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      92nd- Mukhtar Ahmed

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Shahid Afridi
      32nd- Mohammed Irfan
      47th- Mohammad Amir
      50th- Imad Wasim
      52nd- Sohail Tanvir
      72nd- Wahab Riaz
      82nd- Mohammad Sami
      92nd- Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shahid Afridi

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    36. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
      31,199
      Last Updated 05th September 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 1st position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 1 point ahead of India

      Reliance Test Championship

      Pakistan 111
      India 110
      Australia 108
      England 108
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 95
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 9th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 86, 8 points behind West Indies and 37 points ahead of Afghanistan

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 124
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      South Africa 110
      England 104
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 98
      West Indies 94
      Pakistan 86
      Afghanistan 49
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 43

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 104, 8 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 6 points behind Australia

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      West Indies 125
      South Africa 119
      England 116
      Australia 110
      Pakistan 104
      Sri Lanka 96
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 48
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 29

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Younis Khan
      11th- Misbah Ul Haq
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      17th- Azhar Ali
      19th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      31st- Mohammed Hafeez
      72nd- Sami Aslam
      86th- Shan Masood

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Yasir Shah
      28th- Wahab Riaz
      31st- Zulfiqar Babar
      33rd- Rahat Ali
      40th- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      64th- Mohammad Amir
      92nd- Younis Khan
      100th- Iftikhar Ahmed

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      23rd- Mohammad Hafeez
      33rd- Azhar Ali
      39th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      43rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Shoaib Malik
      73rd- Babar Azam
      85th- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Rizwan
      99th- Younis Khan

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      11th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Wahab Riaz
      54th- Yasir Shah
      77th- Umar Gul
      87th- Imad Wasim
      96th- Mohammad Amir

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None Currently

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      21st- Umar Akmal
      25th- Ahmed Shehzad
      32nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      39th- Shahid Afridi
      43rd- Shoaib Malik
      66th- Sharjeel Khan
      82nd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      92nd- Mukhtar Ahmed

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Shahid Afridi
      32nd- Mohammed Irfan
      47th- Mohammad Amir
      50th- Imad Wasim
      52nd- Sohail Tanvir
      72nd- Wahab Riaz
      82nd- Mohammad Sami
      92nd- Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shahid Afridi

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      Last edited: Sep 6, 2016
    37. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
      31,199
      Pakistan remain ninth with lowest-ever rating of 86 points in ICC ODI rankings

      DUBAI (Web Desk) - Pakistan’s hopes of qualifying for the upcoming World Cup have faded after they plunged to their lowest-ever rating of 86 in International Cricket Council (ICC) one-day international ranking.

      Despite a 4-wicket consolation victory in fifth ODI against England, Pakistan are in grave danger of not qualifying automatically for World Cup 2019.

      With Pakistan’s forthcoming ODI series against West Indies and Australia, it is difficult for Pakistan to keep alive their chances of qualifying for ICC Cricket World Cup.

      On the other hand, Australia have been ranked on top position with 124 rating points while New Zealand are in second slot with 113 rating points.

      India are placed in third spot with 110 points.

      http://dunyanews.tv/en/Cricket/352155-Pakistan-drop-to-ninth-with-lowestever-rating-of-
       
    38. Fawad
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      Fawad Cricistani

      Sep 1, 2010
      15,320
    39. KingOfDoosra
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      KingOfDoosra Cricistani

      Jun 8, 2012
      15,768
      The 4 highest ranked T20 batsmen are not in the squad against England. Pretty ironic [emoji14]
       
    40. Shahzad.Firdous
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      Shahzad.Firdous Cricistani

      May 29, 2010
      8,165
      Sarfraz alone is good enough for England atleast in t20 format in which all it takes is one good innings from someone to take it away from the opposition!!
       

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