Shane's Women's Cricket Ratings

Women's One Day International Ratings
Women's Twenty20 Ratings

Women's One Day International Ratings

Includes one day matches up to Pakistan vs. England, 9 December 2019.

Women's Twenty20 Ratings

Includes Twenty20 matches up to Nepal vs. Maldives, 7 December 2019.

Recent ranking changes

Kenya in Botswana

Kenya won the Twenty20 series against Botswana 4-1. Kenya drop one place to 24th in the global Twenty20 rankings and lose 27 points. Botswana rise five places to 42nd and gain 56 points.

South Asian Games, Nepal

Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka U/23 in the final to win the South Asian Games gold medal. Bangladesh remain in eighth position in the global Twenty20 rankings and gain five points.

Nepal defeated Maldives in the bronze medal match. Nepal remain in 16th position and gain three points. Maldives have not played enough Twenty20 matches to be included in the rankings yet.

Kwacha Cup, Mozambique in Malawi, Twenty20

Malawi won the Kwacha Cup, defeating Mozambique 4-3. Malawi enter the global Twenty20 rankings for the first time in 60th place. Mozambique rise one place to 57th and gain 12 points.

India in West Indies

India won the ODI series against West Indies 2-1. They drop one place in the global ODI rankings to third and lose 21 points. West Indies rise one place to sixth and gain 29 points.

India won the Twenty20 series 5-0. They rise one place in the global Twenty20 rankings to fourth and gain 98 points. West Indies drop two places to sixth and lose 116 points.

Bangladesh in Pakistan

Pakistan won the Twenty20 series against Bangladesh 3-0. Pakistan remain in seventh place in the global Twenty20 rankings and gain 31 points. Bangladesh remain in eighth place and lose 32 points.

The ODI series was tied 1-1. Bangladesh rise one place in the global ODI rankings to eighth and gain 114 points. Pakistan remain in seventh place and lose 62 points.

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Rating system details

To be included in the rankings, a country must have played seven or more matches in total. 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. 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.

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Last modified: December 11, 2019