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Old 13th March 2007, 12:45   #1
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ICC Cricket Rankings

ICC Cricket ODI Rankings

Well before it all starts happening here's how we stand at the start. Let's hope we end up with more than 2 players in the top 20.

Batting
4 - Pietersen
25 - Collingwood
29 - Flintoff
33 - Trescothick
34 - Bell
36 - Strauss
67 - Vaughan
72 - Jones
78 - Solanki
89 - Joyce
95 - Dalrymple

Bowling
15 - Flintoff
29 - Anderson
42 - Gough
48 - Collingwood
51 - Lewis
58 - Plunkett
80 - Ian Blackwell
85 - Mahmood
91 - Dalrymple
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Old 25th March 2007, 16:22   #2
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ICC Cricket ODI Rankings 24 March 2007

Congratulations to Pietersen. He has finally made it.

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1 (+3) - Pietersen
23 (+2) - Collingwood
34 (-5) - Flintoff
35 (-2) - Trescothick
36 (-2) - Bell
37 (-1) - Strauss
69 (-2) - Vaughan
74 (-2) - Jones
82 (-4) - Solanki
84 (+5) - Joyce

Bowling

14 (+1) - Flintoff
26 (+3) - Anderson
48 (-6)- Gough
53 (-5) - Collingwood
56 (-4) - Lewis
58 (-) - Plunkett
86 (-6) - Ian Blackwell
87 (-2) - Mahmood
96 (-5) - Dalrymple
99 (NEW) - Panesar

Lewis has vanished from some reason.
Now has appeared at 56 after Bangladesh played Bermuda.

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Old 25th March 2007, 16:35   #3
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ICC Cricket ODI Rankings 24 March 2007


Lewis has vanished from some reason.
Anti-Gloucestershire bias of course.
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Old 25th March 2007, 16:55   #4
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Thought Colly would be a lot higher - in both tables.
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Old 25th March 2007, 16:59   #5
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god Ian Bell is still behind Marcus Trescothick despite playing about 20 games since Tres's last one. Just goes to show how good Tres is and how much we miss him
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How on earth can MV be so high ??
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Old 25th March 2007, 17:08   #7
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Interestingly despite Pietersen's number 1 status he hasn't won a MoM award for ages. His last one was against the Aussies in 2005. Colly has picked up 4 already this year and Joyce has won 2 this year. Flintoff (12) also won his first one for more than 2 years against NZ. Anderson won his last one (of 3) against Pakistan in the final ODI in Pakistan. I guess we didn't win many MoM awards last year because we just didn't win any ODI games. Hopefully we'll see a change in that and players moving in the right way up the rankings!
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How on earth can MV be so high ??
You mean such a high number, i.e low in the rankings? For a specialist batsman, captain of a major ODI team, being ranked 69 is pretty bad. It partly reflects the number of games he's had to miss of course.
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You mean such a high number, i.e low in the rankings? For a specialist batsman, captain of a major ODI team, being ranked 69 is pretty bad. It partly reflects the number of games he's had to miss of course.


I mean he shouldnt be ranked as high as he is. He is a poor ODI batsman and if he wasnt captain he wouldnt get a game.
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I mean he shouldnt be ranked as high as he is. He is a poor ODI batsman and if he wasnt captain he wouldnt get a game.
I suppose if you were to look at the company he is keeping way down there adjacent to 70th spot in the rankings, you'd see that he's pretty much down on skid row. Quite embarrassing really.
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He is still 15 places above Joyce and Joyce already has a ODI 100
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Yeah, but Bravo, Rudolph, Kaif, ten Doeschate, Tikolo, Morton and Ashraful are all above him.

Akmal, Mishra, Hamish Marshall, Pathan and, ahem, GO Jones are just below him in the rankings.

Like I said, Cricket's equivalent to skid row. Joyce is low because he hasn't played enough matches to have credit for his full ranking points just yet.
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Thought Colly would be a lot higher - in both tables.
Me too. Congratulations to KP. How long before he is #1 in test cricket?
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Didn't KP get man of the match for winning us the ICCCT game? I thought he was awesome in that game.
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No Chris Gayle got MoM for scoring a century and taking 3 wickets.
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How long before he is #1 in test cricket?


Maybe when Ponting retires

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Forget the Monty/Dalrymple debate, Blackwell the best spinner in England!
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Joyce is low because he hasn't played enough matches to have credit for his full ranking points just yet.
True but he's also fairly low because he's not done all that well.
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This shows why the whole idea of ratings is a complete load of rubbish
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