Shane's Cricket Ratings (ICC associates and affiliates)

One day Rankings
Twenty20 Rankings
Multi-day Rankings

This page includes One day, Twenty20 and multi-day cricket rankings. To be included, 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 and the team must not have lost all of their matches.

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, associate or affiliate membership.

Includes one day internationals up to Nepal vs. Namibia, 18 April 2016.

Note: Zambia, Mozambique, Cook Islands, Isle of Man, Bahamas, Israel, Greece, Sierra Leone, Swaziland, Spain, Tonga, Portugal, Croatia, Malawi, Cyprus, Turks and Caicos Islands, Indonesia, Chile, Finland, Brazil, Rwanda, Morocco, Sweden, Luxembourg, Brunei, Slovenia, Peru, Gambia, Lesotho, Costa Rica and Estonia have been excluded from the ODI list due to inactivity.

Twenty20 ranking list

The columns in the T20I table are the team's rank, the team name, the number of ranking points, regional Twenty20 division and the ICC Membership status.

Includes Twenty20 internationals up to Mozambique vs. Rwanda, 19 April 2016.

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 matches up to Afghanistan vs. Namibia, 10 April 2016.

World Cricket League

The World Cricket League (WCL) is an ODI competition organised by the International Cricket Council featuring the best Associate and Affiliate teams.

Each development zone (Africa, Americas, Asia, East Asia Pacific and Europe) runs qualifying tournaments split into divisions. High placing qualifiers in these tournaments may be promoted to the global World Cricket League competition.

WCL tournaments

The next WCL tournament will be the Division 5 tournament. The venue has not been chosen yet.

Recent ranking changes

ICC Africa Division 2 Twenty20, South Africa

Sierra Leone won all of their matches to win the Africa Division 2 Twenty20 title. They rise three places to 52nd and gain 55 points. Mozambique finished second. They remain in 64th position and gain ten points. Rwanda finished third. They drop two places to 72nd and lose 68 points.

Easter Cup Twenty20, Belize

Belize won the Easter Cup, winning three of their four matches. They remain in 67th place and gain seven points. Panama finished second. They drop one place to 59th and lose six points. Costa Rica finished third. THey remain in 102nd position and lose one point. The Belize under 19 team finished in fourth position and the Panama B team finished fifth.

World Cricket League Championship, Namibia in Nepal

Nepal won both of their 50 over matches against Namibia. Nepal rise one place to 19th and gain 41 points. Namibia remain in 21st place and lose 49 points.

Afghanistan v Namibia in India

Afghanistan won their Intercontinental Cup match against Namibia by an innings and 36 runs. They remain in 12th position and gain 54 points. Namibia remain in 15th position and lose 61 points.

Qatar in Singapore

Qatar won both of their 50 over matches against Singapore. They rise five places to 33rd and gain 258 points. Singapore drop one place to 28th and lose 84 points.

Qatar won all three of their Twenty20 matches against Singapore. They rise one place to 26th and gain 31 points. Singapore remain in 34th position and lose 23 points.

One day tournaments/series rated

Twenty20 tournaments/series rated

Multi-day tournaments/series rated

Rating system details

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, 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: April 24, 2016