Shane's Cricket Ratings (ICC associate members)

One day Rankings
Twenty20 Rankings
Multi-day Rankings

One day ranking list

The first three columns in the ODI table are the team's position, the team name and the number of ranking points. The fourth column is the team's global World Cricket League division. The fifth column is the team's regional World Cricket League division. The final column in the table is the ICC Membership status of the country - full or associate membership.

Includes Associate one day matches up to Canada vs. Singapore, 26 September 2019, full ODI matches up to Afghanistan vs. West Indies, 11 November 2019.

Twenty20 ranking list

The columns in the T20I table are the team's rank, the team name, the number of ranking points, qualifying status for 2020 T20 World Cup and the ICC Membership status.

Includes Twenty20 matches up to India vs. Bangladesh, 10 November 2019, non-ICC Twenty20 matches up to Czech Republic vs. Hungary, 20 October 2019.

Multi-day ranking list

The multi-day ranking list currently includes all Intercontinental Cup and Intercontinental Shield matches, the ACC Premier League, ACC Fast Track Countries Tournaments, Saudara Cup and the Auty Cup.

Includes Associate matches up to United Arab Emirates vs. Afghanistan, 29 November - 2 December 2017, test matches up to India vs. South Africa, 19-22 October 2019.

Cricket World Cup Leagues

The Cricket World Cup Leagues replace the World Cricket League ODI tournament played by Associate members between 2006 and 2019.

The top league is the Super League consisting of the 12 ICC Full members plus Netherlands, the winner of the 2015-17 World Cricket League Championship.

League 2 will consist of the remaining seven Associate members with full ODI status: Scotland, Oman, Nepal, United Arab Emirates, Papua New Guinea, United States of America and Namibia. Each team will play 36 matches and the top three teams will qualify for the 2022 World Cup Qualifier tournament. The remaining teams will get a second chance to make it to the World Cup Qualifier via the 2022 World Cup Play-off tournament.

The Challenge League will consist of the ICC 9th to 20th ranked Associate members: Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kenya, Denmark, Uganda, Malaysia, Jersey, Vanuatu, Bermuda, Qatar and Italy. They will be split up into two groups of six to play a round-robin 50-over series in 2019, 2020 and 2021. The top team of each group will progress to the 2022 World Cup Play-off tournament.

Recent ranking changes

Kwacha Cup, Mozambique in Malawi, Twenty20

Malawi won the men's Kwacha Cup Twenty20 tournament 5-1 against Mozambique. Malawi rise seven places in the global Twenty20 rankings to 81st and gain 43 points. Mozambique drop three places to 83rd and lose 30 points.

ICC World T20 World Cup Qualifier, United Arab Emirates

Netherlands defeated Papua New Guinea in the final to win the T20 World Cup Qualifier. Netherlands rise two places to 13th in the global Twenty20 rankings and gain 19 points. Papua New Guinea remain in 16th place and gain 16 points.

Ireland finished third. They remain in 12th place and lose seven points. Namibia finished fourth. They remain in 17th place and gain two points.

Scotland finished fifth. They drop one place to 14th and lose six points. Oman finished sixth. They remain in 18th place and gain four points. The top six finishers, from Netherlands to Oman, all qualify for the 2020 T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October and November 2020.

United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong finished equal seventh. UAE drop one place to 15th and lose 18 points. Hong Kong remain in 22nd place and gain one point.

Kenya and Canada finished equal ninth. Kenya remain in 21st place and lose eight points. Canada remain in 20th place and lose one point.

Singapore and Jersey finished equal 11th. Singapore remain in 31st place and gain nine points. Jersey rise two places to 23rd and gain 11 points.

Bermuda and Nigeria finished equal 13th. Bermuda remain in 32nd place and lose 15 points. Nigeria remain in 40th place and lose seven points.

Iberia Cup, Twenty20, Spain

Spain won all four of their matches to win the Iberia Cup. They rise one place to 53rd in the global Twenty20 rankings and gain 10 points. Portugal finished second. They rise three places to 72nd and gain 21 points.

Gibraltar finished third. They drop six places to 87th and lose 35 points.

Valletta Cup, Twenty20, Malta

Czech Republic won the Valletta Cup, defeating Hungary in the final. The Czech Republic rise five places in the global Twenty20 rankings to 91st and gain 33 points. Hungary remain in 71st place and gain five points.

Malta finished third. They drop four places to 94th and lose 29 points. Iceland finished fourth. They have not played enough Twenty20 matches to qualify for the ranking list yet.

2019 Hellenic Premier League, Twenty20, Greece

The group stage of the Hellenic Premier League had Group A with three Greek club teams and Group B with the national teams of Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia.

Greece won Group B and went on to win the tournament. They drop one place to 65th in the global Twenty20 rankings and lose 25 points. Bulgaria finished second in Group B and finished fourth in the tournament. They rise one place to 91st and gain 16 points.

Serbia finished third in Group B. They remain in 102nd place and lose 13 points.

Jersey in Qatar

Qatar won the Twenty20 series against Jersey 3-0. They rise one place to 24th in the global Twenty20 rankings and gain 23 points. Jersey drop two places to 25th and lose 24 points.

One day tournaments/series rated

Twenty20 tournaments/series rated

Multi-day tournaments/series rated

Rating system details

To be included in the rankings, a country must have played seven or more one day or Twenty20 matches, or six or more multi-day matches. At least one of the matches must have been played in the last five years, or last ten years for multi-day matches, and the team must not have lost all of their matches. The ranking system takes into account home ground advantage and the type of match, e.g. World Cup matches are rated for highly than normal ODIs.

The following table shows the conversion from rating difference to expected winning chances. Click here to view the table.

One day matches against and between test-playing nations are included in the rankings to try to provide an estimate of the difference in playing strength between the weaker test-playing nations and the stronger Associates.


Thanks to Mark Cruickshank, Llewelyn Scott-Hoy, Darren Buhr, Michael Meade, Alistair Gordon and Roland Ilube who have been most helpful in providing many scoresheets and tournament details.

Please email any comments or queries to Shane Booth.

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Last modified: November 13, 2019