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2022 ICC Ranking Update - No major changes in Team Rankings


Published on May 8, 2022 in BolNews Print Magazine


The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the updated Team Rankings. As part of the annual update process, all points earned before 1 May 2019 are dropped and the weightage of points earned between 1 May 2020 and 30 April 2021 is halved.


The annual update, in the past, often resulted in significant changes, even the emergence of new number one ranked sides. This year’s annual update of ICC Team Rankings, however, is an exception in that context. The updates have yielded only rare changes in the ranking tables.


The primary reason here is the lack of cricket played during the coverage period, May 2019 onwards, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A lesser amount of action meant a lesser amount of points awarded, which meant a lesser impact on ranking tables.


Test and ODI Rankings remain almost the same, after the annual update. The only change is Pakistan rising from number six to the number five spot in both ICC Test and ODI Team Rankings.


There are changes in the Rating Points of the teams but not sufficient enough to incur changes in Team Rankings. There is no major shuffle in T20I Rankings except for New Zealand and Afghanistan sliding down a couple of spots.

Test Rankings 



The application of the annual update formula has caused the biggest dent in England’s Test Ranking. The Three Lions earned 116 Rating Points during the 2018-2019 cycle, their highest rating in any of the last four ranking years, which are now discarded.


They earned 106 and 107 Rating Points in the following cycles that are reduced to 50 per cent weightage, leaving only the Tests played after May 1, 2021, with 100 per cent weightage. England played 13 Tests in this period and their Rating Points were a paltry 66. This resulted in a reduction of nine Rating Points in England’s Test Ranking – that is also sufficient to slide them to number six, below Pakistan.


Pakistan swapping places with England at the fifth and sixth spot is the only change in ICC Test Team Rankings this year. Meanwhile, all other Test teams managed to maintain their respective spots in the ranking albeit with some changes in Rating Points.


Australia were at the top of the Test Rankings, only one Rating Point ahead of India. They are now nine points clear of India after gaining the same amount after this year’s annual update.


Australia had earned only 97 points in the 2018-2019 cycle which is now discarded. They earned 129 and 94 Rating Points, respectively, in the next two cycles. Although the weightage of 94 points earned in 2020-2021 is reduced to 50 per cent, but its overall impact on Australia’s Rating is minimal as those 94 points came off only in five Tests. Australia had a phenomenal 2021-2022 cycle where they earned massive 136 Rating Points from 10 Tests.



ODI Rankings



ICC ODI Team Rankings table does witness considerable changes in Rating Points of the teams after this year’s annual update.


Pakistan replaced South Africa at the fifth spot after yielding a net gain of more than five Rating Points after this year’s annual update. The Men-in-Green mainly benefited from the expunge of the 2018-2019 cycle where they earned only 89 points in 11 ODIs. The next cycle, 2019-2020, was the Men-in-Green’s best one of the last four years where they earned 105 Rating Points from seven ODIs. The reduction in weightage of 2020-2021 ratings had minimal impact as Pakistan played only three ODIs yielding 101 Rating Points in this period.


Although the 1992 World Champions performed only at par during the 2021-2022 cycle (yielding 100 Rating Points from six ODIs), they saw a positive effect due to exclusion of their worst cycle of 2018-2019.


South Africa, on the other hand, lost their best cycle in the last four years. Proteas earned 111 Rating Points from 21 ODIs in the 2018-2019 cycle, which is now expunged from the calculations. Their next best cycle was 2019-2020 with 110 Rating Points that are already weighed at 50 per cent. South Africa earned only 84 Rating Points from three ODIs in the 2020-2021 cycle which is reduced to 50 per cent weightage. During 2021-2022, the only cycle to be counted with 100 per cent weightage, they earned 94 Rating Points. Thus, their Rating Points saw a net loss of more than three points, leaving enough space for Pakistan to replace them at the fifth spot.



T20I Rankings



Meanwhile, ICC T20I Team Rankings Table saw more changes than ODI or Test Team Rankings but still, not really the significant ones.


While, there are no changes in the top three, New Zealand, have dropped to number six from the fourth spot. South Africa and Australia, both have risen a spot, moving to fourth and fifth spots, respectively.


Similarly, Afghanistan, have slid to number 10 from the eighth position, enabling Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, to rise one rank above, to the eighth and ninth spot, respectively.


Among the ICC Full Members, New Zealand and Afghanistan lost the most – more than five Rating Points in this year’s annual update. On the other hand, West Indies gained more than four points. England and Pakistan also lost more than three Rating Points but that was insufficient for either of them to lose their current spots, number two and number three, respectively.


2022 ICC Rankings Update: Not Many Changes Expected

It is that time of the year when ICC Team Rankings changes overnight. A time when ICC applies annual update formulas on Test, ODI and T20I Team Rankings to maintain its efficacy to reflect the recent form of teams in each format. On 1st May every year, the points earned earlier than the last 36 months (since 1 May of 3 years ago) are discarded and weightage of all points earned between the last 13 to 36 months (between the May of 3 years ago to April of previous year) is set to 50%.

2021 ICC Rankings Annual Update - New Zealand and West Indies to expect historic gains

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Its that time of the year when ICC Team Ratings go through changes overnight, often resulting in changes in ICC Team Rankings. Its time for ICC Team Rankings Annual Update. On May 1 every year, points earned earlier than 36 months are dropped from ICC Team Ranking calculations. The weightage of points earned earlier than May of last year is also halved. These mathematical adjustments often leads to changes in team ratings that may effect the changes in team rankings as well.

In ICC Test Team Rankings, West Indies are expected to break into Top-6 Teams for the first time since the inception of official ICC Test Ranking in 2002. West Indies are currently ranked 8th with 81 Rating Points. The Annual Update is expected to take them to 84.41 points, surpassing 79.59 points of South Africa and 76.85 points of Sri Lanka. Both South Africa and Sri Lanka will drop one rank in the table. England and Australia are also expected to swap places at 3rd and 4th spot. England (currently ranked 4th with 106 points) are expected to gain 3.14 points that will be sufficient for them to rise above Australia (expected to lose 4.89 points). Australia are currently ranked 3rd with 113 points.


The rating points of all other teams will also be updated but not resulting in any other change in ICC Test Teams Rankings. New Zealand, Pakistan and Zimbabwe are also expected gain a couple of points. India are expected to hold on to their top rank even after losing about a point. 

Bangladesh is expected to lose 4.86 rating points but the biggest loser of this year’s ICC Test Rankings Annual Update is expected to be South Africa with the loss of 9.41 points. It will also be the first time since August 1963 where South Africa will not be part of Top-6 Test sides (excluding their isolation era).




Meanwhile, interesting shake up, right at the top of the table, is expected in ICC ODI Rankings. England – the current #1 ODI Team – is expected to lose 6.12 points to slip from 121 points to 114.88 points. India (currently ranked 2nd) are also expected to lose 3.69 points, sliding from 119 to 115.31 points. Meanwhile, Australia are expected to gain 6.55 points raising their rating points tally from 111 to 117.55 – higher than both India and England – and their ICC ODI Ranking to 2nd spot.

New Zealand are expected to become the highest ranked ODI team in the world for the first time ever. They have never been ranked 1st in ICC ODI Rankings. New Zealand are currently ranked 3rd with 118 points. They are expected to gain 2.79 points taking their tally to 120.79, sufficient to place them highest on ICC ODI Teams Rankings table.


Sri Lanka (currently ranked 8th) and West Indies (currently ranked 9th) are also expected to swap places in ICC ODI Rankings. The biggest loser in this year’s annual update is expected to be Pakistan with a loss of 5.05 points. The ICC ODI Team Rankings of other ICC Full Member teams are expected to remain the same.


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2019 Test Rankings Update - India to remain the leader, Australia to face massive losses

Here’s the last in the series of Annual ICC Team Rankings Update for 2019 – a prospective view of Test Rankings after this year’s update cycle.

In terms of Team Rankings, there will be minimal possible change in it after this year’s update. 
  • Only two out of 10 teams will swap places. 
  • Test Rankings of 8 teams will remain unchanged. 
  • Only Australia will be replaced at number 4 by England – currently ranked 5 in the table.

India will remain the top ranked Test side in the world, followed by New Zealand and South Africa. No change is expected in the top 3. Similarly, no change is expected in the ranking of teams currently ranked 6 or lower.

In terms of Ratings, though, there will be some interesting developments in the table without resulting a change in the rankings of the teams:
  • New Zealand, currently ranked number 2 Test side in the world, is expected to reduce the distance from the top ranked, India, to one-third of the current lead.
  • West Indies is expected to reduce the distance between them and Pakistan, at number 7, from a gap of almost 11 rating points to just a single point.
  • Australia is expected to be the biggest loser of this year’s update. Pakistan and India are expected to be the next worst effectees but they will manage to hold on to their current rankings.

At the top of the table, India will manage to preserve its pole position but they are expected to face a significant dent to their lead ahead of their closest challenger. At the moment, India are 8.26 rating points ahead of New Zealand. At the end of the update cycle, that gap is expected to be reduced to around 3 rating points only.

Similarly, South Africa, currently ranked number 3 in the table, are also expected to reduce their current gap, of almost 4 rating points, by half.

West Indies are expected to benefit the most from this year’s update as they are expected to gain more than 5 rating points. Although, there will be no change in their ranking, at the end of this year’s update, West Indies are expected to reduce the lead between them and the team above them, Pakistan, significantly. Pakistan are currently 10.8 rating points ahead of West Indies in the table. At the end of this year’s update, that lead will be reduced to just a single point. 

Australians are expected to lose 6.12 rating points. Currently, they are fractionally ahead of number 5 ranked England who are expected to gain 1 point. As a result, Australia will slip to number 5 with a gap of 7 rating points with England at number 4.
Pakistan is expected to lose about 4.5 points but will manage to hold on to their current ranking thanks to their significant lead of 10+ rating points ahead of West Indies in the current table. Similarly, India is expected to lose more than 2.5 rating points but they will also manage to maintain their ranking thanks to their significant lead of 8+ rating points ahead of New Zealand.

In a nutshell, here is how the changes due to this year’s annual update will reflect on ICC Test Team Rankings.

Note: All the calculations are based on publicly available information including ICC’s Team Rankings calculation formula and match result, and are subject to minor variation from Official ICC update.


2019 ODI Rankings Update - Not a lot to change

All set for ODI format to take over Cricketing landscape for the next couple of months. ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, the premiere ICC event, is almost here and with that, all eyes and attention shall shift to past and present of ODI format.

In this year's annual ODI update (among the top-12 ODI teams):
  • Rankings of England, India, Australia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Ireland are expected to go through no change.
  • South Africa expected to replace New Zealand at number 3 and West Indies to replace Sri Lanka at number 8.
  • Bangladesh expected to lose 4.28 rating points while West Indies expected to gain 3.9
  • India expected to gain 0.8 rating points while Pakistan expected to lose 0.9

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This year's Annual Update of ICC ODI Rankings couldn't have come at a more appropriate time - less than a month before the World Cup commences. 2019 Annual Update of ICC ODI Rankings is expected not to bring any significant changes, however.

 In terms of rankings, the table is expected to see the minimal changes since the beginning of annual update process:

Nothing much is expected to change in terms of Rating Points, either:

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2019 T20I Rankings Update - Pakistan to write history, India to drop three places

Its that time of the year when ICC Team Rankings go through annual update.
In this year’s annual update of ICC T20I Rankings:
  • Pakistan expected to reach the highest Rating ever achieved by any team in ICC Team Rankings in any format
  • India expected to slip to 5th spot from 2nd spot
  • Afghanistan expected to rise to 7th spot ahead of West Indies and Sri Lanka
  • West Indies expected to 9th spot from 7th spot

In Current ICC T20I Rankings, Pakistan is leader of the pack, 13 points clear of the 2nd best T20I team in the world, India. Behind them, however, there is a cluster of teams separated by fractional points. 2nd Ranked India, 3rd Ranked England, 4th Ranked Australia and 5th ranked South Africa are separated by just 1.6 rating points between them. This tight-cluster is exactly where the most significant changes are expected to take place in the upcoming update.

In terms of Rankings, this is how this year’s annual update is expected to look:

In terms of Rating points, Pakistan is expected to write history. They are expected to touch 146 Rating points, a Rating total that no other team has ever achieved in any format. This will happen largely because of their performance in T20Is in the period between May 1, 2015 and April 30, 2016 getting expunged from the ranking system. They had earned an average rating of 103 points in 20 T20Is they played during this period.

Since May 2016, Pakistan has been in phenomenal form in T20I format. They earned an average rating of 154 in 8 games they played between May 2016 and April 2017 (whose weightage will be reduced to half as a result of this year’s annual update). In 9 games they played during May 2017 to April 2018, they earned an average rating of 150. Although, they lost more games during May 2018 to date than the periods earlier, they still managed to earn an average rating of 143 from the 16 games they played in this period.

As a result, Pakistan are going to attain a rating points tally that is better than the mighty Australians of 2000s in ODIs[1] and Tests[2]

Afghanistan is expected to be the next top gainer with a gain of 7.8 in their Rating Points.

On the other hand, West Indies is expected to lose 11.8 Rating Points, largely because of May 2015 to April 2016 period getting expunged from the system. In that period, West Indies won WT20 2016 and earned an average rating of 140 from the 8 T20Is. In May 2016-April 2017 period, they managed only 89 rating points from 8 games. May 2017 – April 2018 was comparatively a better period for them where they managed 113 rating points from 10 games. Their performance since May 2018 is horrendous, however, where they earned only 74 points from 12 T20Is.

In a nutshell, this is how the changes as a result of this year’s annual ICC T20I Rankings update are expected to look:

Note: All the calculations are based on publicly available information including ICC’s Team Rankings calculation formula and match result, and are subject to minor variation from Official ICC update.


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Consolidated ICC Team Rankings

After the Annual Update, the ranking tables for all three formats have been announced.

England claimed the number 1 ranking in ODIs, while Pakistan and India retained their number 1 ranking in T20I and Test formats, respectively. 

ICC Rankings provides a good measure to benchmark International Cricket teams against each other. It takes into account the recent performance of both teams before awarding points to competing teams for any match. The mechanism provides a fair idea of which teams are performing well or worse, in the International Circuit.

However, the picture painted by ICC Rankings remain strictly confined to the boundaries of respective formats. Excessive success or failure in one format simply carries no effect in the rankings of the other format. Conversely, people also tend to consider the standing of a team in all three formats to ascertain its overall standing in the Cricketing World.

Just to follow through on that thought, here is a consolidated view of all International Teams across the formats

ICC Rankings table is designed in a way where a rating of 100 points is considered the par score and this remains true for Rankings tables in all three formats. Therefore, equal weightage has been given to each format for the purpose of this calculation. The rating points of teams in different formats have been simply added to extract an overall rating of the teams.

Ranking data source: as of 3 May 2018

The table provides a good status report of teams where a team is not only competing with other teams in a particular format but it is also competing with itself in other formats. These self-comparisons tell some interesting stories. But before coming to it, it would be better to discuss a bit more about a few aspects of ICC rankings.

Along with ranking teams in an order, the basic concept of ICC Rankings is to provide performance benchmarks. Unlike equating all number 1 ranked teams , the ratings in ICC Ranking also provides the quantifiable magnitude of teams' performances.
For instance, Australia won the 2003 and 2007 World Cups without losing a single match whereas, in the 1999 edition, it came from a position of must-win situation to win the tournament. Similarly, in 1992 World Cup, Pakistan won the tournament even after winning lesser number of matches in total than England and New Zealand. But in the context of the tournament history, Australia’s world cup wins in 2003 and 2007 are considered as equal as Pakistan’s win in 1992 or Australia’s own in 1999.

The ratings system provides the opportunity where a team’s ranking can be measured by its same ranking in a different period. The different points slabs in ratings helps in exploring this opportunity. For this purpose, the performance of teams  can be interpreted as per the following point slabs:

100 – 110 – just above par
90 – 100 – just below par
120+ - consistently good
130+ - exceptional
140+ - outstanding and rare
80 – 90 – consistently below par
70 – 80 – consistently bad
Below 70 – consistently disappointing

Since the amount of rating points a team earns for a match depends on opponent’s rating points before a match, the higher a team goes in the ratings, the more difficult it becomes for that team to increase it’s ratings points. Therefore, it is rare to see a team with a current rating of more than 135.

Now, looking at the consolidated rankings table, it gives a fair idea of how different teams are doing in Cricketing World. India has been performing consistently good across all formats. They are winning more times against the top sides than losing.
On the other hand, South Africa and New Zealand have been performing well enough across the formats but they are neither dominating nor struggling in any format.
England have been good in ODIs recently, doing reasonably well in T20Is while, in Test format, they are trying to catch up with top teams.
Australia have managed success in T20Is, in recent times, but their performance in Tests and ODIs has  not been as good, recently, as Australian sides in the past.

Pakistan, although, has managed to outperform all other teams in T20Is, recently, but they are struggling in Test format, and their ODI performance has just been average – though, an achievement in itself considering where they were some years ago.
Sri Lanka is simply struggling in all formats. Their performance in all formats is on decline since the departure of their legendary duo of Sangakkara and Jayawardene in 2015.
Windies have been a disappointment in Tests and ODIs although they have managed to do comparatively well in T20Is, recently, including winning the WT20 in 2016.
Bangladesh is still trying to find its feet in the league of top Cricketing nations while, at the same time, Afghanistan is on the rise and with their induction in the Test rankings, they look on course to outperform Bangladesh, Windies and Sri Lanka in a few years.


ICC Test Rankings Update 2018 - Comparison of Updated Team Ranking and Rating with last update

As part of annual process, ICC has announced the updated Test Rankings Table.

In terms of Rankings, there are only a couple of changes in the table. However, there have been slight changes in Ratings of some of the teams. Following are the official changes circulated by ICC earlier today:

MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings (as on 1 May, following the annual update):

Rank    Team              Points
1          India                 125 (+4)
2          South Africa      112 (-5)
3          Australia            106 (+4)
4          New Zealand     102 (-)
5          England             98 (+1)
6          Sri Lanka          94 (-1)
7          Pakistan             86 (-2)
8          Bangladesh       75 (+4)
9          Windies              67 (-5)
10         Zimbabwe            2 (+1)

More details are also available on ICC's website

The Rankings calculation includes performance during the last 36 to 48 months and changes in ranking and/or rating as a result of annual update of any year does not necessarily reflect on the performance of the teams in the past year - since the last annual update.

In addition to the benchmark view that ICC Rankings provide, for a period of upto 48 months, here is a quick comparison of team ratings and rankings as it stand after this year's annual update with the result of last annual update which was announced on May 18, 2017.


ICC T20I Rankings Annual Update - No change in Top 4

South Africa will swap places with England at rank 5 and 6 in official ICC T20I Rankings update after this year’s annual update. The top 4 T20I teams - Pakistan, Australia, India and New Zealand - and 7th ranked West Indies will retain their current rankings.
Afghanistan will swap places at 8 and 9 with Sri Lanka while Scotland is expected to do the same at 10 and 11 with Bangladesh and Netherlands with Zimbabwe at 12 and 13. Since the T20I teams from non-Test playing nations haven’t played T20Is with same frequency as of T20I teams from Test Playing nations, ICC is expected to apply special formulas for their comparative rankings.

Similarly, in terms of rating points - the fundamental factor in the rankings that is awarded for each match based on the latest ranking of the opponent before that particular match - the impact of annual update on Teams' rating points will not be of any major significance.
However, in terms of teams earning the highest rating points in the last ICC T20I Rankings Season - May 2017 to April 2018 - Australia finishes at the top, followed closely by Pakistan.
Australia accumulated 155 rating points in this period which is incredible in itself, however, this tally was 44 points more than what they had on May 1, 2017 which makes the last season of ICC T20I Rankings even more remarkable for Australians.
Instead, if the performance of T20I teams during May 2017 and April 2018 is compared with their current rating points, Australia's performance still stands out.

The other team that performed even higher than outstanding benchmark was Pakistan who amassed 150 rating points in this period. This is the second successive ICC Ranking Season in which Pakistan achieved more than 150 rating points; the last season they compiled 155 rating points. As a result Fof these consistently outstanding performances, Pakistan became the number 1 T20I team in the world for the first time since the commencement of official ICC T20I Rankings in 2012.

To conclude this brief analysis, here is a quick view of how T20I Teams have progressed since the last annual update of ICC T20I Rankings

All future calculations are for indicative purposes only & are based on information publicly available about Rankings formulas & rankings at different points in time; minor variation with official update is possible
Official status to be shared ICC in coming weeks.


England to claim number 1 ODI Ranking after annual update

England will return to the top spot, for the first time since December 2012, at the annual update of the Rankings on May 1, 2018. The overall rankings will remain pretty much the same with only 4 teams exchanging positions in the table. England will replace India at the top while New Zealand will replace South Africa at number 3. There will be no change of ranking for eight other ranked teams.
In terms of Rating, 4 teams – England, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Zimbabwe – will benefit from the annual update while rating of 6 teams – New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka and Australia – will take a blow. The rating of Bangladesh and India will only have fractional impact of this year’s update.

More specifically, this is how the 12 ranked ODI teams have performed in terms of rating since the last rankings update on May 1, 2017.
The ICC Rankings works on a weighted average model for a period of last 36 to 48 months. Every team is awarded rating points for each match it plays within the last 36 to 48 months. The rating points earned since the last annual update carries full weight while the weightage of rating points earned for matches played between the last and the third last annual update is halved. Since 2013, ICC applies the annual update on May 1 every year.

On May 1, 2018, the weightage of rating points earned between May 1, 2016 and April 30, 2017 will be reduced to half while performances before May 1, 2015 shall be expunged from the calculations. It will be the first ICC Rankings table free of any impact of performances during 2015 ICC Cricket World or earlier.

England and Pakistan come out as the top gainers of 2018 update. Unsurprisingly, these two teams were the most disappointing performers of 2015 World Cup. Both of them were carrying the burden of below-par performances in 2015 World Cup and earlier, and as soon as those performances have been discarded from the equation, their ratings improve substantially.

From the nightmare of failing to qualify for the Quarter Finals of 2015 World Cup to reclaiming the throne within three years, it has been a fascinating tale of resurgence of English Cricket. They had slipped to number 6 in February 2015 and touched their lowest rating points tally of 94 in May 2015. Since then, their rejigged method and approach to ODI Cricket has been bringing them the results and, finally, it has put them back to the top of ICC ODI Rankings table.

The other team whose performance catches the attention is Pakistan. Around 19 months ago, they had slipped to their worst ever rating points tally of 84 while at the start of last ICC ODI Rankings season, they were facing an embarrassing possibility of missing the direct qualification for 2019 World Cup. Since then, it has been a fascinating revival that saw them accumulate highest number of ranking points in any ICC ODI Rankings Season in last 5 years. This is also the first time in 5 years that their Season tally has gone beyond the benchmark of 100 rating points.

The next part of this review of annual ICC ODI Rankings Update will cover more in-depth details and analysis of ODI teams in corresponding period. Here is the summary view of how ODI teams have performed in ICC ODI Rankings since the last annual update, to conclude this part, for now.

All future calculations are for indicative purposes only & are based on information publicly available about Rankings formulas & rankings at different points in time; minor variation with official update is possible
Official status to be shared ICC in coming weeks.


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