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This article is about the ICC ODI Ranking 2017 (Updated), and it covers the ICC Team Ranking, ICC Bowler Ranking, and ICC Batsman Ranking as well.

As all games are number games so is the gentleman’s game cricket and all the competition is about getting the numero uno position. In short, it’s all about bringing back pride to the nation and making an individuals and team’s uplift at the ICC Rankings. The rankings issues by International Cricket Council are changing every now and then with the performers and team performances making the big differences. ICC has established a points system through which the top performers or sides are aligned in the rankings.

ICC ODI Ranking 2017

The thing which should be kept noted here is that when we talk about ICC ODI Ranking 2017 here, it isn’t about the yearly rankings, it is actually about the latest update as the ranking is changing every now and then with the players and teams making the differences.

Note: The rankings lists are updated here as soon as the change occurs at the official ICC Rankings.

Also Check This: ICC Test Ranking 2017: Top 10 Batsman, Bowler, Teams

ICC ODI Team Ranking 2017

Pos Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 50 5,993 120
2  South Africa 50 5,957 119
3  Australia 52 5,948 114
4  England 54 6,156 114
5  New Zealand 46 5,123 111
6  Pakistan 41 3,885 95
7  Bangladesh 31 2,905 94
8  Sri Lanka 59 5,088 86
9  West Indies 40 3,077 77
10  Afghanistan 30 1,618 54
11  Zimbabwe 41 2,129 52
12  Ireland 25 1,028 41

The Champions Trophy runner-up got their place at the top of the ICC ODI Team Ranking with making a recent series win against Australia. It will be worth mentioning here Blue Shirts with winning the last ODI and making it 4-1 against Aussies in 5-match ODI series secured the top position for themselves. Moreover, the losing side, Australia got punched back to 3rd slot following India and South Africa. The kangaroos would surely have been disappointed with all this as they began the year 2017 campaign as the toppers of the ICC ODI Team Ranking.

ICC ODI Batsman Ranking 2017

(Top 30)

Pos Player Rating
1  

Virat Kohli
877
2 David Warner 865
3 AB de Villiers 847
4 Joe Root 802
5 Rohit Sharma 790
6 Babar Azam 786
7 Kane Williamson 779
8 Quinton de Kock 769
9 Francois du Plessis 768
10 Martin Guptill 749
11 Hashim Amla 741
12 MS Dhoni 738
13 Steve Smith 728
14 Shikhar Dhawan 715
15 Ross Taylor 707
16 Tamim Iqbal 687
17 Aaron Finch 674
18 Alex Hales 660
19 Eoin Morgan 650
20 Jos Buttler 649
21 Ben Stokes 646
22 Mohammad Hafeez 639
23 Mushfiqur Rahim 634
24 Ajinkya Rahane 631
25 Angelo Mathews 625
26 David Miller 609
27 Glenn Maxwell 608
28 Travis Head 606
29 George Bailey 605
30 Jason Roy 599

King Kohli is still on the top at ICC ODI Batsman ranking even after he couldn’t score that big in the recently concluded 5-match series. The vice captain of Indian team, Rohit Sharma scored superbly throughout the series and that have made him witness a jump into the 5th slot at the ICC ODI Batsman Rankings.

It will be relevant to mention here that Sharma averages over 60 against the Aussies in ODI’s. And once again he did the very same against them in the recently-ended series. Therefore, he witnessed enormous growth at the rankings with pushing Babar Azam on sixth and himself sitting on the 5th slot.  The Aussie star David Warner also made good use of the series and got his promotion up to the 2nd position, just shy of Virat Kohli.

ICC ODI Bowler Ranking 2017

(Top 30)

Pos Player Rating
1

Imran Tahir
718
2 Josh Hazlewood 714
3 Kagiso Rabada 685
4 Mitchell Starc 684
5 Jasprit Bumrah 671
6 Trent Boult 665
7 Hasan Ali 663
8 Akshar Patel 663
9 Rashid Khan 647
10 Sunil Narine 646
11 Liam Plunkett 646
12 Adil Rashid 639
13 Chris Woakes 635
14 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 626
15 Mohammad Nabi 618
16 Mitchell Santner 610
17 Matt Henry 606
18 Mashrafe Mortaza 601
19 Morne Morkel 596
20 Shakib Al Hasan 592
21 Pat Cummins 580
22 Mohammad Amir 575
23 Dale Steyn 570
24 Hamza Hotak 564
25 Mohammad Irfan 560
26 Jason Holder 558
27 Mustafizur Rahman 556
28 Ravichandran Ashwin 556
29 Amit Mishra 551
30 Graeme Cremer 546

We have the change at the number 1 slot here as the Aussie star bowler Josh Hazelwood missed the ODI series against the India. The person most to be benefited with Hazelwood’s  series absence is none other than South African spinner, Imran Tahir, who has got on to the top at ICC ODI Bowler Rankings. The promising Indian speed-star Jasprit Bumrah is on the 5th slot shy of injured Aussie fast bowler Mitchell Starc.

The left-arm spinner Akshar Patel has also made a difference with the recently ended ODI series as he now enjoys the 8th position at the ICC Bowler Ranking. The pacers, most notably the young guns are very much there among the Top 10 Bowler ranking, with leaving only three slots for the spinners.

ICC ODI All-Rounder Ranking 2017

Pos Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 50 5,993 120
2  South Africa 50 5,957 119
3  Australia 52 5,948 114
4  England 54 6,156 114
5  New Zealand 46 5,123 111
6  Pakistan 41 3,885 95
7  Bangladesh 31 2,905 94
8  Sri Lanka 59 5,088 86
9  West Indies 40 3,077 77
10  Afghanistan 30 1,618 54
11  Zimbabwe 41 2,129 52
12  Ireland 25 1,028 41

 

The Bangladeshi superstar, Shakib Al Hasan enjoys at the top when it is about the number 1 All-Rounder in ODI Cricket. Next to him is Pakistani opener Mohammad Hafeez, who is equally good with the ball in crucial conditions. The top performers of England vs West Indies ODI series, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes are also in the list of top 10 All-Rounder in ODIs.