CEAT Cricket Rating

ODI
1 Ind RG Sharma 66 Points
2 Ind V Kohli 55 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 39 Points
4 Pak Babar Azam 26 Points
5 Eng JE Root 25 Points
6 SL WU Tharanga 24 Points
7 NZ TWM Latham 24 Points
8 NZ KS Williamson 24 Points
9 SA HM Amla 22 Points
10 Ind AM Rahane 22 Points
T20
1 WI E Lewis 607 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 503 Points
3 Ind V Kohli 449 Points
4 Pak Babar Azam 433 Points
5 Pak Shoaib Malik 421 Points
6 Pak Ahmed Shehzad 401 Points
7 SL MDKJ Perera 360 Points
8 SA DA Miller 357 Points
9 SA AB de Villiers 334 Points
10 Wrd11 HM Amla 324 Points
Tests
1 Ind V Kohli 61 Points
2 Eng AN Cook 45 Points
3 Aus SPD Smith 43 Points
4 Eng JE Root 41 Points
5 SA D Elgar 32 Points
6 Aus DA Warner 30 Points
7 SL LD Chandimal 29 Points
8 Ind CA Pujara 28 Points
9 SA HM Amla 28 Points
10 SL FDM Karunaratne 27 Points
ODI
1 Ind RG Sharma 83 Points
2 Ind V Kohli 58 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 37 Points
4 Eng JJ Roy 33 Points
5 WI E Lewis 31 Points
6 SA AB de Villiers 30 Points
7 Pak Babar Azam 29 Points
8 NZ KS Williamson 23 Points
9 SA HM Amla 22 Points
10 NZ TWM Latham 22 Points
T20
1 WI KOK Williams 294 Points
2 Ind YS Chahal 266 Points
3 SL NLTC Perera 205 Points
4 Ind Kuldeep Yadav 194 Points
5 WI CR Brathwaite 184 Points
6 Pak Hasan Ali 166 Points
7 WI S Badree 143 Points
8 WI SP Narine 131 Points
9 India HH Pandya 120 Points
10 Pak Shadab Khan 119 Points
Tests
1 Ind V Kohli 91 Points
2 Eng AN Cook 69 Points
3 Aus SPD Smith 53 Points
4 SA D Elgar 52 Points
5 Eng JE Root 51 Points
6 SL FDM Karunaratne 44 Points
7 Ind S Dhawan 41 Points
8 AUS MR Marsh 38 Points
9 Ind CA Pujara 35 Points
10 SL LD Chandimal 32 Points
ODI
1 Pak Hasan Ali 49 Points
2 NZ TA Boult 41 Points
3 Eng LE Plunkett 30 Points
4 Ind JJ Bumrah 30 Points
5 Afg Rashid Khan 25 Points
6 Eng AU Rashid 25 Points
7 Ind B Kumar 22 Points
8 SL A Dananjaya 22 Points
9 Ire BJ McCarthy 19 Points
10 WI JO Holder 19 Points
T20
1 India HH Pandya 110 Points
2 WI CAK Walton 100 Points
3 SA DA Miller 80 Points
4 New Zealand GD Phillips 70 Points
5 WI CR Brathwaite 60 Points
6 Pak Babar Azam 50 Points
7 Ind MS Dhoni 50 Points
8 New Zealand TWM Latham 50 Points
9 Pak Imad Wasim 50 Points
10 WI SP Narine 40 Points
Tests
1 Pak Yasir Shah 90 Points
2 Eng JM Anderson 85 Points
3 SL HMRKB Herath 71 Points
4 Aus NM Lyon 68 Points
5 SA K Rabada 50 Points
6 Eng MM Ali 49 Points
7 Ind R Ashwin 38 Points
8 SA M Morkel 37 Points
9 WI ST Gabriel 34 Points
10 SA KA Maharaj 32 Points
ODI
1 Ind RG Sharma 149 Points
2 Ind V Kohli 113 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 76 Points
4 Pak Babar Azam 55 Points
5 Pak Hasan Ali 52 Points
6 Eng JJ Roy 49 Points
7 NZ KS Williamson 48 Points
8 NZ TWM Latham 46 Points
9 WI E Lewis 46 Points
10 Eng JE Root 45 Points
T20
1 WI E Lewis 647 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 543 Points
3 Pak Babar Azam 483 Points
4 SL NLTC Perera 481 Points
5 Ind V Kohli 479 Points
6 Pak Shoaib Malik 441 Points
7 SA DA Miller 437 Points
8 Pak Ahmed Shehzad 401 Points
9 SA AB de Villiers 374 Points
10 SL MDKJ Perera 360 Points
Tests
1 Ind V Kohli 152 Points
2 Eng AN Cook 114 Points
3 Aus SPD Smith 96 Points
4 Eng JE Root 92 Points
5 Pak Yasir Shah 91 Points
6 Eng JM Anderson 85 Points
7 SA D Elgar 84 Points
8 SL HMRKB Herath 74 Points
9 SL FDM Karunaratne 71 Points
10 Aus NM Lyon 68 Points
ODI
1 India 116 Points
2 Australia 101 Points
3 Sri Lanka 97 Points
4 South Africa 94 Points
5 New Zealand 81 Points
6 Pakistan 76 Points
7 England 62 Points
8 West Indies 48 Points
9 Bangladesh 44 Points
10 Zimbabwe 16 Points
T20
1 Sri Lanka 48 Points
2 Pakistan 36 Points
3 West Indies 32 Points
4 Australia 28 Points
5 New Zealand 24 Points
6 South Africa 24 Points
7 England 20 Points
8 India 14 Points
9 Bangladesh 10 Points
10 Afghanistan 8 Points
Tests
1 Aus in Eng 41235 Points
2 Eng in SA 37866 Points
3 NZ in Aus 34353 Points
4 Eng in Pak 32139 Points
5 Eng in WI 29001 Points
6 Ind in SL 27108 Points
7 Pak in SL 26238 Points
8 NZ in Eng 25395 Points
9 WI in Aus 23769 Points
10 Pak in Ban 23526 Points
ODI
1 Eng TT Beaumont 18 Points
2 SA M du Preez 10 Points
3 Aus NE Bolton 10 Points
4 SA L Wolvaardt 10 Points
5 Eng L Winfield 8 Points
6 SA CL Tryon 5 Points
7 SA T Chetty 4 Points
8 Ire IMHC Joyce 4 Points
9 Ire KJ Garth 4 Points
10 Eng NR Sciver 4 Points
Tests
1 Ind MDT Kamini 10 Points
2 Eng HC Knight 9 Points
3 Ind PG Raut 8 Points
4 Aus SJ Elliott 7 Points
5 SA M du Preez 7 Points
6 Aus JL Jonassen 5 Points
7 Aus JM Fields 4 Points
8 Ind M Raj 3 Points
9 Aus AJ Blackwell 3 Points
10 SA T Chetty 3 Points
ODI
1 SA S Luus 16 Points
2 Eng KH Brunt 12 Points
3 Aus KM Beams 9 Points
4 Eng HC Knight 7 Points
5 NZ MJG Nielsen 7 Points
6 Aus HL Ferling 6 Points
7 WI DJS Dottin 5 Points
8 Eng A Hartley 5 Points
9 Ire KJ Garth 5 Points
10 Eng A Shrubsole 4 Points
Tests
1 Aus EA Perry 19 Points
2 Ind H Kaur 10 Points
3 Eng JL Gunn 9 Points
4 Eng A Shrubsole 9 Points
5 Eng KL Cross 8 Points
6 Aus RM Farrell 5 Points
7 Aus ML Schutt 4 Points
8 Ind J Goswami 4 Points
9 Ind N Niranjana 3 Points
10 Aus EA Osborne 3 Points
ODI
1 SL PM Weerakkody 3 Points
2 Eng HC Knight 2 Points
3 Ire LK O\'Reilly 2 Points
4 Eng GA Elwiss 2 Points
5 Aus AJ Healy 2 Points
6 Ire MV Waldron 2 Points
7 SA L Lee 1 Points
8 SA M du Preez 1 Points
9 Aus MM Lanning 1 Points
10 Aus EA Perry 1 Points
Tests
1 Ind M Raj 2 Points
2 Aus AJ Healy 1 Points
3 Aus JM Fields 1 Points
4 Ind KV Jain 1 Points
5 SA T Chetty 1 Points
6 Ind S Verma 1 Points
7 Eng HC Knight 1 Points
8 Eng SJ Taylor 1 Points
ODI
1 SA S Luus 19 Points
2 Eng TT Beaumont 18 Points
3 Eng KH Brunt 12 Points
4 Eng HC Knight 11 Points
5 SA M du Preez 11 Points
6 Aus NE Bolton 10 Points
7 SA L Wolvaardt 10 Points
8 Aus KM Beams 9 Points
9 Ire KJ Garth 9 Points
10 Eng L Winfield 8 Points
Tests
1 Aus EA Perry 21 Points
2 Eng JL Gunn 12 Points
3 Eng HC Knight 10 Points
4 Ind H Kaur 10 Points
5 Ind MDT Kamini 10 Points
6 Eng A Shrubsole 9 Points
7 Ind PG Raut 8 Points
8 Eng KL Cross 8 Points
9 SA M du Preez 7 Points
10 Aus SJ Elliott 7 Points
ODI
1 Ind HJ Rana 12 Points
2 Ind Shubman Gill 8 Points
3 Ind PP Shaw 5 Points
4 Ind HJ Patel 2 Points
5 Ind Abhishek Sharma 2 Points
6 Ind PK Garg 1 Points
Tests
1 Ind VH Zol 17 Points
2 Ind SV Samson 5 Points
3 Ind SS Iyer 5 Points
4 Ind SP Khajuria 3 Points
5 Ind AA Herwadkar 2 Points
6 Ind AA Gani 1 Points
ODI
1 Ind RD Chahar 10 Points
2 Ind Abhishek Sharma 5 Points
3 Ind KL Nagarkoti 4 Points
4 Ind YS Thakur 4 Points
5 Ind Shiva Singh 2 Points
6 Ind H Parab 1 Points
Tests
1 Ind Kuldeep Yadav 13 Points
2 Ind CV Milind 5 Points
3 Ind Atul Singh 4 Points
4 Ind SS Iyer 1 Points
ODI
1 Ind HJ Rana 1 Points
2 Ind HJ Patel 1 Points
3 Ind H Parab 1 Points
4 Ind Shiva Singh 1 Points
Tests
1 Ind AK Bains 2 Points
2 Ind SS Iyer 2 Points
3 Ind SP Khajuria 1 Points
ODI
1 Ind HJ Rana 13 Points
2 Ind RD Chahar 10 Points
3 Ind Shubman Gill 8 Points
4 Ind Abhishek Sharma 7 Points
5 Ind PP Shaw 5 Points
6 Ind KL Nagarkoti 4 Points
7 Ind YS Thakur 4 Points
8 Ind HJ Patel 3 Points
9 Ind Shiva Singh 3 Points
10 Ind H Parab 2 Points
Tests
1 Ind VH Zol 17 Points
2 Ind Kuldeep Yadav 13 Points
3 Ind SS Iyer 8 Points
4 Ind SV Samson 5 Points
5 Ind CV Milind 5 Points
6 Ind Atul Singh 4 Points
7 Ind SP Khajuria 4 Points
8 Ind AK Bains 2 Points
9 Ind AA Herwadkar 2 Points
10 Ind AA Gani 1 Points
Ranji
1 MA Agarwal 71 Points
2 FY Fazal 51 Points
3 Anmolpreet Singh 48 Points
4 GH Vihari 46 Points
5 P Chopra 37 Points
6 RR Sanjay 32 Points
7 G Gambhir 31 Points
8 R Samarth 29 Points
9 CA Pujara 28 Points
10 AP Majumdar 27 Points
T20
1 DA Warner 1042 Points
2 RV Uthappa 715 Points
3 SK Raina 691 Points
4 RR Pant 682 Points
5 HM Amla 665 Points
6 SPD Smith 637 Points
7 G Gambhir 635 Points
8 S Dhawan 618 Points
9 SV Samson 615 Points
10 GJ Maxwell 607 Points
Ranji
1 RN Gurbani 44 Points
2 Jalaj S Saxena 40 Points
3 MN Hirwani 33 Points
4 DA Jadeja 33 Points
5 AB Dinda 33 Points
6 AA Wakhare 32 Points
7 PP Chawla 31 Points
8 SA Desai 29 Points
9 K Gowtham 29 Points
10 Parvez Rasool 29 Points
T20
1 JD Unadkat 407 Points
2 B Kumar 391 Points
3 JJ Bumrah 326 Points
4 MJ McClenaghan 283 Points
5 Rashid Khan 283 Points
6 Imran Tahir 279 Points
7 Sandeep Sharma 275 Points
8 P Negi 271 Points
9 CR Woakes 266 Points
10 NM Coulter-Nile 261 Points
Ranji
1 WP Saha 10 Points
2 DJ Hooda 7 Points
3 KB Arun Karthik 7 Points
4 KS Bharat 7 Points
5 UD Yadav 6 Points
6 Manoj Singh 6 Points
7 M Rawat 6 Points
8 RR Pant 6 Points
9 N Jagadeesan 5 Points
10 D Bundela 5 Points
T20
1 RV Uthappa 170 Points
2 WP Saha 170 Points
3 MS Dhoni 170 Points
4 KA Pollard 150 Points
5 RR Pant 130 Points
6 HH Pandya 130 Points
7 RG Sharma 120 Points
8 MK Pandey 120 Points
9 KM Jadhav 100 Points
10 DA Warner 100 Points
Ranji
1 MA Agarwal 72 Points
2 FY Fazal 56 Points
3 Jalaj S Saxena 55 Points
4 Anmolpreet Singh 48 Points
5 GH Vihari 48 Points
6 RN Gurbani 45 Points
7 Swapnil Singh 40 Points
8 K Gowtham 38 Points
9 DA Jadeja 37 Points
10 P Chopra 37 Points
T20
1 DA Warner 1142 Points
2 RV Uthappa 885 Points
3 RR Pant 812 Points
4 GJ Maxwell 798 Points
5 SK Raina 755 Points
6 BA Stokes 714 Points
7 SPD Smith 707 Points
8 SP Narine 703 Points
9 G Gambhir 695 Points
10 S Dhawan 688 Points

Expert Speaks

Cricketer of the week by Sunil Gavaskar (169 Articles)

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Cricket is a big game in India and has a huge following and therefore it’s understandable that both the electronic and print media are...

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The break between the second and third test was utilised well by the administrators of India and Australia to bring the focus back on the game rather ...

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A truly wonderful Test match with daily ups and downs and testing the technique and temperament of the players has been put in the shade by ...

Introduction

Sunil Gavaskar, admired by many purists for his impeccable technique, is considered to be one of the finest batsmen to have ever played. He was the first batsman to scale the 10000 run mark in Test cricket. Even after his retirement from the game, Gavaskar continues his association with Cricket as a respected television commentator and media columnist.

He regularly appears as cricket expert for NDTV 24X7 and also pens a weekly column in the Sunday edition of The Times of India, dedicated to the CEAT International Cricketer of the Week.

Cricket Talk with 'The Little Master'

  • Yuvraj's hard work paid off, says Gavaskar

  • Time for Team India to pull up their socks: Sunil Gavaskar

  • Great to see Rohit Sharma stay till the end: Sunil Gavaskar

  • Ishant does not have the confidence to handle pressure: Sunil Gavaskar

  • Virat Kohli can go past Tendulkar: Gavaskar

  • Ashwin is a potential leader in the future: Sunil Gavaskar

  • Rohit showed maturity during his innings: Sunil Gavaskar

  • Shikhar Dhawan took the pressure off Yuvraj in Kanpur: Gavaskar

About CCR

All of us cricket fans are no strangers to the roller coaster of emotions one goes through when witnessing a match that goes right down to the wire. Well, it’s only fair then that the players are appreciated for the entertainment value they bring to the sport that has fanatics like us glued to our seats.

For years, this wasn’t the case till 1995, when PMG and CEAT realized the need of establishing a system which would recognize and reward players for their exceptional performance. Fittingly, three legends of the game, Clive Lloyd, Ian Chappell and Sunil Gavaskar put their heads together to come up with the CEAT International Cricket Rating System.

aboutCsr

CEAT Cricket Rating (CCR) was the first of its kind in the cricketing world. It named Brian Lara as the CEAT Cricketer of the year in 1996, and since then CCR has kept pace with how the sport has evolved. CEAT T20 Ratings was introduced in Oct 2007 when the game’s ‘slambang’ version- Twenty20 cricket, started becoming a rage. Herein, the rankings parameters included batsman’s strike rate and a bowler’s economy rate.

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Governing Council

CEAT International Cricket Rating system was devised by Sunil Gavaskar in association with Ian Chappell and Clive Lloyd in 1995. Once the world record holder for the highest number of Test centuries, Gavaskar is now the chief adjudicator of the CEAT Cricket Rating Awards. He regularly appears as cricket expert for NDTV 24X7 and also pens a weekly column in the Sunday edition of The Times of India, dedicated to the CEAT International Cricketer of the Week.

Company Profile

RPG Enterprise

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Mumbai head-quartered RPG Enterprises is one of India #39 largest industrial conglomerates. With over 15 companies in its fold, the group has a strong presence across core business sectors such as Infrastructure, Tyre, IT and Specialty.

Established in 1979, RPG Enterprises is one of India’s fastest growing business groups with a turnover in excess of Rs 21,000 crore.

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Mumbai head-quartered RPG Enterprises is one of India #39 largest industrial conglomerates. With over 15 companies in its fold, the group has a strong presence across core business sectors such as Infrastructure, Tyre, IT and Specialty.