The latest ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings, updated as of September 24, 2023, reveal India as the leading team with a rating of 117. India has participated in 43 matches, amassing a total of 5,025 points. Following closely is Pakistan in second place, boasting a rating of 115 from 27 matches and 3,102 points.
Australia secured the third spot with a rating of 110, having played 30 matches and accumulated 3,297 points. South Africa stands fourth, with a rating of 106, attributed to 24 matches and 2,551 points. England is positioned fifth, holding a rating of 105, courtesy of 29 matches and 3,057 points.
New Zealand occupies the sixth rank with a rating of 102, having participated in 32 matches and collected 3,254 points. Bangladesh is in seventh place, boasting a rating of 93 from 34 matches and 3,157 points. Sri Lanka ranks eighth, with a rating of 92, having played 38 matches and amassed 3,512 points.
Afghanistan is in ninth place with a rating of 80, garnered from 21 matches and 1,687 points. Finally, West Indies completes the top ten with a rating of 68, based on their performance in 38 matches, earning 2,582 points.
These rankings represent the current standing of international cricket teams in the One Day International (ODI) format, reflecting their recent performance up to the specified date
ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings
ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings
As of August 31, 2023, the ICC Men’s T20I Team Rankings showcase India leading the pack with an impressive rating of 264. They have played 59 matches and accumulated a remarkable 15,589 points. England closely follows in second place with a rating of 261, having participated in 40 matches and earning 10,422 points. Pakistan and New Zealand share the third position, both boasting a rating of 254. Pakistan has accumulated 12,719 points from 50 matches, while New Zealand has gathered 12,701 points from the same number of matches.
In the lower half of the rankings, South Africa secures fifth place with a rating of 251 from 33 matches and 8,278 points. Australia is close behind at sixth place with a rating of 250 from 32 matches and 7,984 points. The West Indies ranks seventh with a rating of 243 from 39 matches and 9,463 points, while Sri Lanka stands at eighth place with a rating of 237. They have played 37 matches and gathered 8,774 points. Bangladesh holds the ninth position with a rating of 224, their points tally reaching 9,192 from 41 matches. Afghanistan rounds up the top ten with a rating of 216 from 29 matches and 6,260 points. These rankings provide insight into the performance of international cricket teams in the T20I format, with India holding a dominant position at the top.
ICC Men’s Test Team Rankings
As of July 31, 2023, the ICC Men’s Test Team Rankings showcase India and Australia jointly holding the top spot with a rating of 118. India has participated in 29 matches, amassing a total of 3,434 points, while Australia has played 30 matches and gathered 3,534 points. England secures the third position with a rating of 115, based on their performance in 43 matches, resulting in 4,941 points.
South Africa ranks fourth with a rating of 104 from 21 matches and 2,182 points, while New Zealand is fifth with a rating of 100, having played 23 matches and accumulated 2,291 points. Pakistan occupies the sixth position with a rating of 92 from 25 matches and 2,304 points.
Sri Lanka stands at seventh place with a rating of 79, based on their performance in 27 matches and 2,123 points. West Indies follows closely in eighth place with a rating of 77, having participated in 28 matches and earning 2,154 points. Bangladesh holds the ninth position with a rating of 46, their points tally reaching 873 from 19 matches. Zimbabwe rounds up the top ten with a rating of 32, garnered from their performance in 7 matches.
These rankings offer an overview of the performance of international cricket teams in the Test format, with India and Australia jointly leading the way.