ICC World T20 Rankings, West Indies Got 2nd No in Live Cricket

ICC World T20 Rankings, West Indies Got 2nd No in Live Cricket

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West Indies rise to second spot in the ICC T20I rankings
The West Indies beat England in an enchanting encounter at the Eden Gardens to secure their second World T20 title. While a whole lot of history was created in the cause, the Windies have much more to cheer at the moment. Winning the title sees them go up the standings of the ICC rankings as they now sit pretty at second place on the table. Moreover, they are on 125 points, just one point behind India who sits atop the T20 rankings with 126 runs.

Despite losing the final in perhaps the most disappointing circumstances, England has now moved up the standings after displacing South Africa to claim the fourth spot. Semifinalists New Zealand retain their 3rd spot on the rankings.

The batsman ratings see Virat Kohli hold down the top spot with comfort while he is trailed by Aussie opener, Aaron Finch. At the moment, Kohli leads Finch by 86 points after being named as the man of the tournament. Prior to the World T20, Kohli was leading Finch by 24 points. Joe Root, who has been a revelation for England has leapt 7 places in the rankings after scoring an unbeaten 27 and 54 in the semifinal and final respectively.

Marlon Samuels’ superhuman performance in the final sees him break back into the top 20 batsmen rankings. England’s Jos Buttler is the other batsman inside the top 25 to improve his ranking. The wicketkeeper/batsman is now in 24th spot after moving up three places. Jason Roy, Johnson Charles and Lendl Simmons are among the batsmen outside the top 20 to move up the rankings.

As for the bowler’s rankings, spin dominates as Samuel Badree, Imran Tahir, and Ravi Ashwin occupies the first three slots. And in that order as well. While Jasprit Bumrah has moved up, Ashish Nehra occupies the 11th spot on the rankings. Chris Jordan, Adil Rahshid, and Andre Russell also move up the rankings but remain outside the top 20 at the moment.


There is no change in the top five of the all-rounders’ list, which is headed by a retired Shane Watson. He is followed by Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh, Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi, Australia’s Glenn Maxwell and West Indies’ Marlon Samuels.

ICC T20I Rankings (as on 4 April, after the conclusion of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016)
Rank Team Points (+/-)

1. India 126 (-1)

2. West Indies 125 (+7)

3. New Zealand 120 (+4)

4. England 115 (+3)

5. South Africa 115 (-3)

6. Australia 112 (+1)

7. Pakistan 107 (-3)

8. Sri Lanka 105 (-4)

9. Afghanistan 81 (+4)

10. Bangladesh 74 (-)

11. Scotland 59 (+10)

12. Netherlands 59 (-)

13. Zimbabwe 57 (-3)

14. Hong Kong 44 (-5)

15. UAE 43 (-)

16. Ireland 39 (-9)

17. Oman 37 (+5)

(Developed by David Kendix)

ICC T20I Player Rankings (as on 4 April, after the conclusion of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016)

Batsmen (top 25)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge S/Rate HS Rating

1 ( – ) Virat Kohli Ind 889 58.60 135 897 v Eng at Edgbaston 2014

2 ( – ) Aaron Finch Aus 803 38.96 150 892 v Ban at Mirpur 2014

3 ( – ) Martin Guptill NZ 754 34.73 131 793 v SA at Hamilton 2012

4 (+7) Joe Root Eng 750*! 39.60 139 750 v WI at Kolkata 2016

5 (-1) Faf du Plessis SA 741 37.68 133 843 v Ban at Mirpur 2015

6 (+1) K. Williamson NZ 719 34.53 124 737 v Pak at Hamilton 2016

7 (-2) Alex Hales Eng 713 31.28 134 866 v Ind at Edgbaston 2014

8 (-2) Chris Gayle WI 696 35.32 145 831 v Aus at Colombo (RPS) 2012

9 (-1) H. Masakadza Zim 677 30.28 120 699 v Ban at Khulna 2016

10 (-1) M. Shahzad Afg 674 29.71 136 690 v SA at Mumbai 2016

11 (-1) Shane Watson Aus 664 29.24 145 832 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012

12 ( – ) Hashim Amla SA 646 31.50 129 657 v Eng at Mumbai 2016

13 (+1) David Warner Aus 639 28.15 140 826 v WI at St Lucia 2010

14 (+1) T. Dilshan SL 638 28.98 121 802 v NZ at Colombo (RPS) 2009

15 (+1) Sabbir Rahman Ban 632 30.20 120 644 v Ind at Bengaluru 2016

16 (+1) Rohit Sharma Ind 629 30.76 127 681 v Ban at Mirpur 2016

17 (-4) Eoin Morgan Eng 620 28.55 132 872 v Ind at Old Trafford 2011

18= (+5) Marlon Samuels WI 619 29.81 121 723 v Ban at Mirpur 2012

(-1) Quinton de Kock SA 619 29.68 128 631 v WI at Nagpur 2016

20 (-1) JP Duminy SA 612 38.46 124 713 v NZ at Chittagong 2014

21 (-1) Glenn Maxwell Aus 611! 22.62 154 611 v Ind at Mohali 2016

22 (-1) Umar Akmal Pak 605 26.80 123 709 v Zim at Harare 2011

23 (-1) Suresh Raina Ind 593 29.34 133 776 v Eng at Kolkata 2011

24 (+3) Jos Buttler Eng 575! 26.21 140 575 v WI at Kolkata 2016

25= (-1) Ahmed Shehzad Pak 553 24.97 114 709 v Ban at Mirpur 2014

(-1) Stephan Myburgh Net 553 26.50 123 585 v NEP at Rotterdam 2015

Bowlers (top 25)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge Eco. HS Rating Ranking

1 ( – ) Samuel Badree WI 790 14.70 5.39 855 v Pak at Mirpur 2014

2 ( – ) Imran Tahir SA 740! 15.37 6.48 740 v SL at Delhi 2016

3 ( – ) R. Ashwin Ind 712 22.14 6.91 765 v SL at Visakhapatnam 2016

4 ( – ) Shahid Afridi Pak 674 24.35 6.61 814 v SL at Colombo (RPS) 2009

5 ( – ) Kyle Abbott SA 671! 22.26 7.96 671 v SL at Delhi 2016

6 ( – ) Adam Milne NZ 655* 21.80 7.36 661 v Pak at Mohali 2016

7 (+6) Jasprit Bumrah Ind 646*! 20.84 6.65 646 v WI at Mumbai 2016

8 ( – ) James Faulkner Aus 641! 20.29 8.19 641 v Ind at Mohali 2016

9 ( – ) Mohammad Nabi Afg 638! 23.95 6.90 638 v WI at Nagpur 2016

10 (-3) Ravindra Jadeja Ind 636 30.75 7.04 651 v Pak at Mirpur 2016

11= (+5) Ashish Nehra Ind 634! 20.83 7.69 634 v WI at Mumbai 2016

(-2) M. McClenaghan NZ 634 25.26 7.70 649 v Aus at Dharamsala 2016

13 (-2) Rashid Khan Afg 633*! 19.78 6.83 633 v WI at Nagpur 2016

14 (-2) David Wiese SA 632* 20.70 7.60 646 v WI at Nagpur 2016

15 (-2) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 631 20.32 6.74 672 v Pak at Mirpur 2014

16 (-1) Graeme Cremer Zim 630 16.59 6.72 669 v Ban at Khulna 2016

17 ( – ) Al-Amin Hossain Ban 612 15.17 7.46 633 v OMA at Dharamsala 2016

18 ( – ) Hamza Hotak Afg 604*! 23.26 7.01 604 v WI at Nagpur 2016

19 ( – ) M. Rahman Ban 600*! 13.95 5.98 600 v NZ at Kolkata 2016

20 ( – ) N. Coulter-Nile Aus 594*! 25.33 8.18 594 v Ind at Mohali 2016

21 (+1) Kagiso Rabada SA 583* 22.63 8.25 595 v WI at Nagpur 2016

22= (-2) N. McCullum NZ 582 22.03 6.82 709 v Zim at Harare 2011

(+1) T. v d Gugten Net 582* 19.39 6.77 605 v Ban at Dharamsala 2016

24 ( – ) M. Bukhari Net 579 18.13 6.64 616 v NEP at Amstelveen 2015

25= ( – ) Dawlat Zadran Afg 574 23.02 7.60 636 v Zim at Sharjah 2016

( – ) S. Senanayake SL 574 19.33 6.35 712 v Eng at The Oval 2014

All-rounders (top 10)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Highest Ranking

1 ( – ) Shane Watson Aus 373 557 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012

2 ( – ) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 346 408 v Pak at Mirpur 2015

3 ( – ) Shahid Afridi Pak 332 413 v NZ at Dubai 2009

4 ( – ) Glenn Maxwell Aus 329! 329 v Ind at Mohali 2016

5 ( – ) Marlon Samuels WI 288 321 v SL at Mirpur 2014

6 ( – ) Mohammad Nabi Afg 274 276 v Eng at Delhi 2016

7 (+1) M. Hafeez Pak 271 441 v SL at Dubai 2013

8 (+1) Dwayne Bravo WI 265 268 v Afg at Nagpur 2016

9 (-2) Yuvraj Singh Ind 263 363 v Aus at Rajkot 2013

10 ( – ) Angelo Mathews SL 257 289 v NZ at New Plymouth 2016

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