Shane's Cricket Ratings

These cricket rankings take into account the final result of a match (win, draw, loss, tie), whether the match was played on a home, away or neutral ground. The ODI rankings also take into account the type of match - World Cup matches are given more weight than other ODIs.

Test Ratings
One Day International Ratings
Twenty20 International Ratings

Test Ratings

Includes tests up to England vs. Australia, 14-18 August 2019.

1. India 7042
2. Australia 7011
3. South Africa 6996
4. England 6980
5. Pakistan 6955
6. New Zealand 6948
7. Sri Lanka 6915
8. West Indies 6839
9. Bangladesh 6712
10. Zimbabwe 6629

One Day International Ratings

Includes one day internationals up to Scotland vs. Oman, 18 August 2019.

1. India 7160
2. Australia 7095
3. England 7072
4. New Zealand 7034
5. Pakistan 6993
6. South Africa 6964
7. Sri Lanka 6857
8. Bangladesh 6853
9. West Indies 6759
10. Ireland 6625
11. Afghanistan 6596
12. Zimbabwe 6496
13. Netherlands 6461
14. Scotland 6456
15. Nepal 6311
16. Papua New Guinea 6289
17. United Arab Emirates 6288

Twenty20 Ratings

Includes Twenty20 matches up to Canada vs. Cayman Islands, 18 August 2019.

1. India 7059
2. Pakistan 7059
3. South Africa 7027
4. Australia 7010
5. England 7009
6. New Zealand 6982
7. West Indies 6931
8. Sri Lanka 6927
9. Afghanistan 6824
10. Bangladesh 6749
11. Zimbabwe 6686
12. Ireland 6626
13. Netherlands 6612
14. United Arab Emirates 6601
15. Scotland 6599
16. Papua New Guinea 6508
17. Namibia 6496
18. Nepal 6464
19. Oman 6439
20. Canada 6425
21. Kenya 6394
22. Hong Kong 6388
23. Jersey 6356
24. United States of America 6355
25. Qatar 6311
26. Uganda 6276
27. Saudi Arabia 6267
28. Denmark 6263
29. Italy 6259
30. Kuwait 6222

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


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Last modified: August 19, 2019