ICC Cricket Rankings 2021: Test, ODI & T20 Rating. Is Viv Richards the greatest ODI batsman that the game has ever seen or does Sachin Tendulkar’s book of records seal the deal in his favor? Is Sir Don Bradman the greatest batsman of all-time or is there anyone who can compete with the Don? Shane Warne, Muttiah Muralitharan, or one of the West Indian fast bowling quartets.
ICC Cricket Rankings 2021: Test, ODI & T20 Updated on 15 Feb 2021
ICC Cricket Rankings 2021 As per the latest Test rankings released by ICC on 15 Feb 2021, New Zealand with 118 ratings is placed at the top of the points table. India with 118 ratings is in the second spot. Australia with a 113 rating occupies the third place. England is on fourth, Pakistan on fifth, South Africa on the sixth, Sri Lanka on seventh, West Indies on eight , Bangladesh on ninth and Afghanistan on the tenth place.
All of those are mere questions but they can be answered by taking a look at the International Cricket Council ranking. As far as the five-time World Cup-winning Australia team is concerned of the dominant West Indies side of the 70s and 80s. Also Read- IPL Auction 2021: Full Players List, Updated Teams, Date, Live Auction Tv Latest News
ICC Cricket Rankings 2021: ODI Ranking, Test Ranking, T20 Ranking. the measure of that is the ICC ranking, which helps to gauge just how good a certain player or team has been as it takes into account a variety of factors. Rankings in cricket are nothing new but the ICC cricket ranking does a great job of highlighting just how good a player or team is and can also be used to find out how good a certain player or team is as it goes back to the beginning to rank all performances across all formats.
Current ICC Ranking
Below is the list of teams and players who are at the number 1 position in the ICC ranking for teams, batting, bowling, and all-rounder respectively. ICC Test Championship Ranking. ICC Test Team Ranking. Icc T20 Team ranking. ICC Top 10 Test ODI T20 Team rankings. Also Read – Pakistan Cricket Team Full Information
|ICC Rating for –||ODI||Test||T20|
|Top Team||England||New Zealand||England|
|Top Batsmen||Virat Kohli||Steve Smith||Dawid Malan|
|Top Bowler||Trent Boult||Pat Cummins||Rashid Khan|
|Top All-Rounder||Shakib Al Hasan||Ben Stokes||Mohammad Nabi|
*Updated on 15th Feb 2021
ICC World Test Championship Points Table, Standings 2020-21. Currently, the cricket ranking is basically split into ICC team rankings and ICC player ranking across all three formats: ICC Test Match Team Rankings International Cricket Council. Also Read – Indian Cricket Team Full Information
Current ICC Rankings for Tests, ODIs, T20 Cricket
As far as the ICC player ranking goes, the highest rating point ever achieved by a batsman in Tests belongs to Sir Don Bradman. His tally of 961 achieved following the Test against India in 1948 remains the all-time best by a batsman in the longest format of the game and he is also the only one to breach the 950 marks.
Although ODIs came much later than Tests and the first World Cup was not until 1975, the format has seen plenty of records being broken in the last 15 years. However, one record that has stood the test of time has been the highest rating point by a batsman in the ICC player rankings for ODIs. West Indies’ Viv Richards amassed 935 points in December 1985 and in the three decades since no one has ever managed to come close. ICC Cricket Rankings 2021: Test, ODI & T20 Rating. Also Read – Virat Kohli Indian Cricket Player, Profile, Records, Family, Biography & More
ICC World Test Championship Points Table (Updated)
The Indian cricket team has returned to the Top 2 of the ICC World Test Championship Points Table courtesy of an excellent performance against England in Chennai. After losing the first Test, Team India slipped to the fourth spot. However, Virat Kohli’s men have attained second position on the updated standings after the second match.
Team India has 69.7% points in the ICC World Test Championship, with two matches against England remaining. Meanwhile, the England have fallen to the fourth position with 67% points to their name. New Zealand now hold the top spot, while Australia are in third place.