Top 100 Players ICC ODI Batsman Ranking in 2017

ICC ODI Batsman Ranking

Since the Last Champions Trophy, the ICC Batsman Ranking has changed, and today in this article I am going to talk about it and going to give information on top 100 Batsman of the ICC ODI Batsman Ranking. But Before that, I have a history lesson for you and according to it, many years ago and I mean almost centuries ago, a sport named Cricket was formed by some young blocks or some says they trace it to 16th Century in England. Many claims made in the name of it, and out of them some seemed real, but the main thing coming out of it is a game called “Cricket.”

Since 16th Century, Cricket has changed in many different ways. The rules which formed at the beginning of it now developed into modern and safer. But the basics are still there and which is BAT – BALL. With new batsman coming out every year from small village to significant background, they all are aiming for one thing and which is to get on top of the Batsman Ranking, it’s way too hard to achieve than it sounds. But after years of blood and sweat and tough work, some of the players had reached that Top Ranking in the leader board of ICC.

Top 5 ICC ODI Batsman Ranking in 2017

Below I briefly talked about Top 5 players in the ICC ODI Batsman ranking and also provided the full top 100 list of players with their names and best rating of their career.

  1. Virat Kohli (India)

A young player from Delhi with right handed Batting style, who also an all-rounder and now serving the Indian Cricket Team by leading it. Captain Virat Kohli is the no.1 player on the ICC Ranking. He born on November 4, 1988, in Delhi and started his career with Ranji Trophy game in 2006. He attracted a lot of attention when he made 90 runs and took the team to safety, even though his father died right before his batting. After that, he again came to headlines when he led the Under19 team to a winning glory in 2008. Since after that he never looked back and joined the Indian National Cricket team and under MS Dhoni’s guidance become a saver for the team in many moments.

Best Career Rating: 886 vs. Bangladesh in 26, March 2014

  1. David Warner (Australia)

David Warner or David Andrew Warner born on 27th October 1986, which makes him only two years older than Virat Kholi and also he is in 2nd Position of ICC Batsman Ranking (Coincident?). Australian Player, Warner is a Left Handed batsman and also an all-rounder with leg break Bowling Style. Warner is from New South Wales and the very first Batsman to ever become a part of Australian Cricket team without playing first Class cricket in 132 years. His journey is same exciting like him; he was the most run-scorer when the under19 Australian cricket team came to India for the series tour in 2005.

Best Career Rating: 880 vs. Pakistan in, 26, January 2017 (same day date like Virat, Coincidence?)

  1. AB de Villiers (South Africa)

South Africa’s most powerful batsman, Abraham Benjamin de Villiers is a Right handed batsman. His bowling style is unique, and with right-medium style, AB de Villiers is also an all-rounder. He born on 17, February 1984 and this year he is 33 years old. His test batting rank is 12, and in ICC ODI Batsman Ranking he is in 3rd place.

Best Career Rating: 902 vs. New Zealand in 24, March 2015

  1. Joe Root (England)

The Second youngest Batsman in the Top 5 ranking, Joe Root is only 26 years old. He born on 30, December 1990 and joined the cricket through U19 in 2009. He later joined the England team in 2012 with a test Series against India and also came on International cricket on the same tour in the same year. He occasionally throws off-spins in his bowling style. He is ranking Number 3rd in the ICC Test Ranking and on 4th place of both T20I and ODI ranking.

Best Career Rating: 806 vs. New Zealand in 6, June 2017

  1. Babar Azam (Pakistan)

Right Handed Pakistan national Cricket team Batsman, Babar Azam is also an off break bowler. He is born in Lahore, Pakistan on 15, October 1994, which makes him the youngest player in the top 5 in ICC ODI Batsman Ranking order. He was also a captain of the Pakistan Under19 Cricket team and his leadership gave his team the U19 World cup in 2012. He has 94th Test Ranking and 27th T20I ranking.

Best Career Rating: 786 vs. India on 18, June 2017

Here is the rest of the Players List who rank in Top 100 Players in ICC Batsman Ranking:

6 Kane Williamson NZ 779 798 v Zimbabwe, 07/08/2015
7 Quinton de Kock SA 769 803 v New Zealand, 25/02/2017
8 Faf du Plessis SA 768 791 v Sri Lanka, 07/02/2017
9 Martin Guptill NZ 749 789 v South Africa, 01/03/2017
10 Rohit Sharma IND 742 761 v Australia, 23/01/2016
10 Shikhar Dhawan IND 742 794 v South Africa, 22/02/2015
12 Hashim Amla SA 741 901 v England, 05/09/2012
13 Steven Smith AUS 740 752 v Pakistan, 22/01/2017
14 Ross Taylor NZ 707 743 v Zimbabwe, 02/08/2015
15 MS Dhoni IND 704 836 v Australia, 31/10/2009
16 Tamim Iqbal BAN 687 688 v Australia, 05/06/2017
17 Alex Hales ENG 678 705 v New Zealand, 06/06/2017
18 Eoin Morgan ENG 675 690 v Australia, 30/06/2010
19 Jos Buttler ENG 654 723 v Bangladesh, 09/10/2016
20 Mohammad Hafeez PAK 639 665 v Bangladesh, 04/03/2014
21 Ben Stokes ENG 634 636 v Australia, 10/06/2017
21 Mushfiqur Rahim BAN 634 671 v Zimbabwe, 07/11/2015
23 George Bailey AUS 620 867 v South Africa, 27/08/2014
24 Glenn Maxwell AUS 619 735 v India, 20/01/2016
25 Aaron Finch AUS 617 743 v England, 14/02/2015
26 Angelo Mathews SL 613 707 v England, 07/12/2014
27 Kusal Mendis SL 610 610 v Pakistan, 12/06/2017
28 David Miller SA 609 635 v New Zealand, 24/03/2015
29 Travis Head AUS 606 606 v England, 10/06/2017
30 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 597 683 v Pakistan, 22/03/2012
31 Azhar Ali PAK 596 605 v West Indies, 05/10/2016
32 Sarfraz Ahmed PAK 579 581 v West Indies, 05/10/2016
33 Marlon Samuels WI 575 631 v Sri Lanka, 11/06/2003
33 Kyle Coetzer SCO 575 575 v Zimbabwe, 15/06/2017
35 Mitchell Marsh AUS 574 641 v New Zealand, 06/12/2016
36 Ajinkya Rahane IND 569 630 v Australia, 17/01/2016
36 Neil Broom NZ 569 608 v Bangladesh, 24/05/2017
36 Jason Roy ENG 569 664 v West Indies, 05/03/2017
39 Paul Stirling IRE 566 693 v Pakistan, 23/05/2013
40 Tom Latham NZ 564 605 v Bangladesh, 26/12/2016
41 Mahmudullah BAN 563 567 v New Zealand, 13/03/2015
42 Ed Joyce Ire 562 618 v Afghanistan, 19/07/2016
43 Soumya Sarkar BAN 551 671 v South Africa, 15/07/2015
44 JP Duminy SA 549 668 v Netherlands, 03/03/2011
45 Niroshan Dickwella SL 545 545 v Pakistan, 12/06/2017
46 Mohammad Shahzad AFG 541 594 v Bangladesh, 28/09/2016
47 Kedar Jadhav IND 537 558 v Sri Lanka, 08/06/2017
48 Dinesh Chandimal SL 536 667 v Australia, 06/03/2012
49 Mohammad Nabi AFG 532 545 v Bangladesh, 28/09/2016
49 Kevin O’Brien IRE 532 602 v Netherlands, 07/07/2013
51 Shoaib Malik PAK 531 685 v India, 13/02/2006
52 James Faulkner AUS 530 628 v England, 01/02/2015
53 Matthew Wade AUS 527 553 v Pakistan, 15/01/2017
54 William Porterfield IRE 518 537 v Bangladesh, 15/07/2010
55 Darren Bravo WI 517 588 v India, 27/11/2013
56 Sharjeel Khan PAK 516 537 v Australia, 26/01/2017
57 Sikandar Raza ZIM 514 576 v Afghanistan, 22/10/2015
58 Ambati Rayudu IND 507 541 v Zimbabwe, 13/06/2016
58 Ahmed Shehzad PAK 507 670 v Bangladesh, 04/03/2014
60 Farhaan Behardien SA 506 554 v Australia, 30/09/2016
60 Sean Williams ZIM 506 556 v India, 14/03/2015
62 Nasir Hossain BAN 502 585 v Zimbabwe, 08/05/2013
63 Sabbir Rahman BAN 499 502 v England, 01/06/2017
64 Jimmy Neesham NZ 495 498 v Bangladesh, 17/05/2017
65 Johnson Charles WI 491 592 v India, 05/07/2013
66 Craig Ervine ZIM 488 524 v Afghanistan, 18/10/2015
66 Kusal Perera SL 488 552 v England, 24/06/2016
68 Niall O’Brien IRE 487 513 v India, 10/03/2015
69 Elton Chigumbura ZIM 486 554 v South Africa, 22/08/2007
70 Hamilton Masakadza ZIM 483 566 v Bangladesh, 31/10/2009
71 Kieron Pollard WI 482 602 v Zimbabwe, 24/02/2013
72 Umar Akmal PAK 479 702 v Afghanistan, 10/02/2012
73 Moeen Ali ENG 478 497 v Sri Lanka, 07/12/2014
74 Upul Tharanga SL 477 663 v New Zealand, 28/12/2006
75 Luke Ronchi NZ 471 617 v Sri Lanka, 14/02/2015
75 Shaiman Anwar UAE 471 489 v Ireland, 04/03/2017
77 Nizakat Khan HK 462 462 v UAE, 26/01/2017
78 Corey Anderson NZ 461 604 v India, 22/01/2014
79 Imrul Kayes BAN 454 560 v Australia, 13/04/2011
80 Shai Hope WI 453 453 v Afghanistan, 14/06/2017
80 Denesh Ramdin WI 453 495 v South Africa, 18/01/2015
82 Ravindra Jadeja IND 449 552 v West Indies, 08/10/2014
83 Samiullah Shenwari AFG 446 561 v New Zealand, 08/03/2015
84 Jason Holder WI 445 457 v Pakistan, 09/04/2017
85 Yuvraj Singh IND 440 787 v West Indies, 26/06/2009
86 Calum MacLeod SCO 438 455 v Hong Kong, 10/09/2016
87 Rahmat Shah AFG 436 448 v Ireland, 24/03/2017
88 Richie Berrington SCO 434 459 v Sri Lanka, 11/03/2015
88 Jonny Bairstow ENG 434 434 v Pakistan, 14/06/2017
90 Imad Wasim PAK 429 433 v West Indies, 09/04/2017
91 Asela Gunaratne SL 423 423 v Pakistan, 12/06/2017
92 Hardik Pandya IND 422 422 v Pakistan, 18/06/2017
92 Noor Ali Zadran AFG 422 469 v Zimbabwe, 29/12/2015
94 Gary Wilson IRE 418 491 v Australia, 23/06/2012
95 Asghar Stanikzai AFG 417 450 v Sri Lanka, 22/02/2015
96 Chamu Chibhabha ZIM 413 482 v Afghanistan, 16/10/2015
97 Fakhar Zaman PAK 412 412 v India, 18/06/2017
98 Javed Ahmadi AFG 411 420 v West Indies, 09/06/2017
99 Jason Mohammed WI 407 426 v Pakistan, 11/04/2017
100 Babar Hayat HK 402 419 v Scotland, 22/01/2017

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