CEAT Cricket Rating

ODI
1 Ind V Kohli 84 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 73 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 52 Points
4 Eng JM Bairstow 41 Points
5 NZ LRPL Taylor 40 Points
6 Eng JE Root 37 Points
7 NZ KS Williamson 32 Points
8 NZ TWM Latham 29 Points
9 Aus AJ Finch 28 Points
10 Ban Tamim Iqbal 27 Points
T20
1 New Zealand C Munro 1044 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 832 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 726 Points
4 SL MDKJ Perera 700 Points
5 New Zealand MJ Guptill 679 Points
6 WI E Lewis 607 Points
7 Pak Babar Azam 580 Points
8 SL NLTC Perera 569 Points
9 Ind MK Pandey 541 Points
10 SL BKG Mendis 515 Points
Tests
1 Ind V Kohli 64 Points
2 SA D Elgar 48 Points
3 Aus SPD Smith 46 Points
4 Eng JE Root 46 Points
5 Eng AN Cook 45 Points
6 SA AK Markram 43 Points
7 Aus DA Warner 34 Points
8 SA HM Amla 34 Points
9 SL LD Chandimal 32 Points
10 Ind CA Pujara 30 Points
ODI
1 Afg Rashid Khan 40 Points
2 Pak Hasan Ali 32 Points
3 NZ TA Boult 26 Points
4 WI JO Holder 24 Points
5 Ind YS Chahal 24 Points
6 Eng AU Rashid 23 Points
7 Ind Kuldeep Yadav 23 Points
8 Ind JJ Bumrah 23 Points
9 Eng LE Plunkett 20 Points
10 AFG Mujeeb Ur Rahman 20 Points
T20
1 Ind YS Chahal 403 Points
2 WI KOK Williams 294 Points
3 New Zealand TA Boult 265 Points
4 New Zealand TG Southee 263 Points
5 SL NLTC Perera 231 Points
6 New Zealand IS Sodhi 223 Points
7 IND JD Unadkat 216 Points
8 Ind B Kumar 214 Points
9 WI CR Brathwaite 214 Points
10 Pak Shadab Khan 199 Points
Tests
1 SA K Rabada 59 Points
2 Eng JM Anderson 54 Points
3 Aus NM Lyon 48 Points
4 Pak Yasir Shah 46 Points
5 SL HMRKB Herath 42 Points
6 SA M Morkel 42 Points
7 SA KA Maharaj 36 Points
8 Aus PJ Cummins 34 Points
9 SA VD Philander 33 Points
10 Eng MM Ali 29 Points
ODI
1 Pak Sarfraz Ahmed 6 Points
2 Aus GJ Maxwell 4 Points
3 Eng JE Root 4 Points
4 ZIM Sikandar Raza 4 Points
5 NZ LRPL Taylor 4 Points
6 WI SD Hope 4 Points
7 Ban Mahmudullah 4 Points
8 Eng JC Buttler 4 Points
9 IRE AR McBrine 3 Points
10 Afg Mohammad Nabi 3 Points
T20
1 India HH Pandya 120 Points
2 WI CAK Walton 110 Points
3 New Zealand TC Bruce 110 Points
4 SL NLTC Perera 100 Points
5 SA DA Miller 100 Points
6 IND SK Raina 100 Points
7 New Zealand GD Phillips 90 Points
8 Eng JC Buttler 90 Points
9 Ban Soumya Sarkar 80 Points
10 Ban Sabbir Rahman 80 Points
Tests
1 SA Q de Kock 16 Points
2 AUS TD Paine 12 Points
3 SA AB de Villiers 11 Points
4 Aus SPD Smith 11 Points
5 Ind WP Saha 9 Points
6 Eng JM Bairstow 9 Points
7 WI SO Dowrich 7 Points
8 Eng AN Cook 7 Points
9 Eng BA Stokes 6 Points
10 Aus PSP Handscomb 6 Points
ODI
1 Ind V Kohli 86 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 73 Points
3 Ind S Dhawan 53 Points
4 Eng JE Root 45 Points
5 NZ LRPL Taylor 44 Points
6 Afg Rashid Khan 44 Points
7 Eng JM Bairstow 41 Points
8 WI JO Holder 38 Points
9 Pak Hasan Ali 35 Points
10 NZ KS Williamson 34 Points
T20
1 New Zealand C Munro 1133 Points
2 Ind RG Sharma 902 Points
3 SL NLTC Perera 900 Points
4 Ind S Dhawan 796 Points
5 SL MDKJ Perera 720 Points
6 New Zealand MJ Guptill 719 Points
7 Pak Babar Azam 650 Points
8 WI E Lewis 647 Points
9 Ind MK Pandey 571 Points
10 SL BKG Mendis 555 Points
Tests
1 Ind V Kohli 65 Points
2 SA K Rabada 60 Points
3 Aus SPD Smith 57 Points
4 Eng JM Anderson 54 Points
5 Eng AN Cook 52 Points
6 SA D Elgar 52 Points
7 Aus NM Lyon 50 Points
8 Eng JE Root 49 Points
9 Pak Yasir Shah 47 Points
10 SA AK Markram 46 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 Ind S Mandhana 6 Points
2 SA L Lee 6 Points
3 SA CL Tryon 4 Points
4 SA L Wolvaardt 3 Points
5 Eng AE Jones 3 Points
6 Ban Rumana Ahmed 2 Points
7 Ind M Raj 2 Points
8 Ban Fargana Hoque 2 Points
9 Ind DB Sharma 2 Points
10 Ban Shamima Sultana 2 Points
Tests
1 Ind MDT Kamini 10 Points
2 Eng HC Knight 9 Points
3 Ind PG Raut 8 Points
4 SA M du Preez 7 Points
5 Aus SJ Elliott 7 Points
6 Aus JL Jonassen 5 Points
7 Aus JM Fields 4 Points
8 Aus AJ Blackwell 3 Points
9 SA T Chetty 3 Points
10 Eng A Brindle 3 Points
ODI
1 Eng S Ecclestone 6 Points
2 Eng D Hazell 4 Points
3 SA A Khaka 4 Points
4 Ind Poonam Yadav 4 Points
5 SA R Ntozakhe 3 Points
6 SA S Ismail 3 Points
7 Ind E Bisht 3 Points
8 Ban Jahanara Alam 2 Points
9 Ban Khadija Tul Kubra 2 Points
10 Ind DB Sharma 2 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 Aus SJ Coyte 3 Points
10 Eng KH Brunt 3 Points
ODI
1 SA T Chetty 3 Points
2 Ind Poonam Yadav 1 Points
3 Ban Shamima Sultana 1 Points
4 SA M du Preez 1 Points
Tests
1 Ind M Raj 2 Points
2 Aus JM Fields 1 Points
3 SA T Chetty 1 Points
4 Ind KV Jain 1 Points
5 Ind S Verma 1 Points
6 Eng HC Knight 1 Points
7 Eng SJ Taylor 1 Points
8 Aus AJ Healy 1 Points
ODI
1 Ind S Mandhana 6 Points
2 SA L Lee 6 Points
3 Eng S Ecclestone 6 Points
4 SA CL Tryon 5 Points
5 Ind Poonam Yadav 5 Points
6 Eng D Hazell 4 Points
7 SA A Khaka 4 Points
8 Ind DB Sharma 4 Points
9 SA L Wolvaardt 3 Points
10 SA T Chetty 3 Points
Tests
1 Aus EA Perry 21 Points
2 Eng JL Gunn 12 Points
3 Ind H Kaur 10 Points
4 Ind MDT Kamini 10 Points
5 Eng HC Knight 10 Points
6 Eng A Shrubsole 9 Points
7 Eng KL Cross 8 Points
8 Ind PG Raut 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 Abhishek Sharma 2 Points
5 Ind HJ Patel 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 H Parab 1 Points
2 Ind Shiva Singh 1 Points
3 Ind HJ Rana 1 Points
4 Ind HJ Patel 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 Shiva Singh 3 Points
9 Ind HJ Patel 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 RR Pant 1307 Points
2 KL Rahul 1264 Points
3 KS Williamson 1164 Points
4 AT Rayudu 1014 Points
5 AB de Villiers 962 Points
6 JC Buttler 955 Points
7 SR Watson 807 Points
8 SA Yadav 782 Points
9 V Kohli 778 Points
10 MS Dhoni 756 Points
Ranji
1 RN Gurbani 44 Points
2 Jalaj S Saxena 40 Points
3 DA Jadeja 33 Points
4 AB Dinda 33 Points
5 MN Hirwani 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 AJ Tye 414 Points
2 UT Yadav 334 Points
3 HH Pandya 299 Points
4 TA Boult 271 Points
5 Rashid Khan 269 Points
6 S Kaul 267 Points
7 JJ Bumrah 261 Points
8 SP Narine 245 Points
9 M Markande 233 Points
10 Mujeeb Ur Rahman 227 Points
Ranji
1 WP Saha 10 Points
2 KS Bharat 7 Points
3 DJ Hooda 7 Points
4 KB Arun Karthik 7 Points
5 Manoj Singh 6 Points
6 M Rawat 6 Points
7 RR Pant 6 Points
8 UD Yadav 6 Points
9 SA Yadav 5 Points
10 UBT Chand 5 Points
T20
1 KD Karthik 150 Points
2 MS Dhoni 110 Points
3 KK Nair 110 Points
4 TA Boult 110 Points
5 MK Pandey 110 Points
6 Ishan Kishan 110 Points
7 RA Jadeja 100 Points
8 KL Rahul 100 Points
9 S Dhawan 100 Points
10 K Gowtham 90 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 KL Rahul 1364 Points
2 RR Pant 1347 Points
3 KS Williamson 1224 Points
4 JC Buttler 1045 Points
5 AT Rayudu 1024 Points
6 AB de Villiers 1022 Points
7 SR Watson 930 Points
8 MS Dhoni 866 Points
9 SA Yadav 862 Points
10 V Kohli 858 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.

CEAT

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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.