Showing posts with label World T20. Show all posts
Showing posts with label World T20. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

T20 2020 in Australia !!! #ICCWT20

EIGHT CITIES THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA TO HOST ICC WORLD T20 2020

·       MCG to host women’s and men’s finals



The venues and host cities for the ICC World T20 2020, which will be hosted by Australia, were announced today at events throughout the country.

The eight Host Cities are Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Geelong, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

For the first time, the women’s and men’s competitions will be held as standalone events in the same host country and in the same year. This will give the best female and male cricketers respective opportunities to capture the attention of the country and the world. Women’s matches will run from 21 February to 8 March 2020 and the men’s matches will run from 18 October to 15 November 2020.

The world’s 10 best women’s teams and 16 best men’s team’s will come to Australia to battle it out for the ultimate prize in T20 cricket.

The ICC World T20 will see 13 venues throughout Australia host matches, with both competitions having broad national footprints, meaning as many Australians as possible will have the chance to see the most talented players in the world.

Both the women’s and men’s finals will receive equal billing, with both matches taking place at Australia’s biggest stadium, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The women’s semi-finals will be hosted on consecutive days at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), while the men’s semi-finals will take place at the SCG and Adelaide Oval.

The women’s final will take place on International Women’s Day 2020, Sunday 8 March, with the aim of creating a world-record attendance for a women’s sporting match.

David Peever, Chairman of Cricket Australia and the ICC World T20 2020 Local Organising Committee said, “Australia is extremely privileged to be hosting the ICC World T20 tournaments in 2020.

“On behalf of Cricket Australia and the Local Organising Committee, I would like to sincerely thank Government at both Federal and State and Territory level, host cities, venues and State and Territory Cricket Associations for their exceptional support, which is so critical for delivering the best possible events in 2020.

ICC World T20 2020 provides a unique opportunity to engage the whole community and inspire the next generation to love cricket,” Mr Peever said.

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said:

“I’d like to thank Cricket Australia and their partners in Government at all levels for their commitment to the ICC World T20 in 2020. The ambition they have shown firstly in delivering stand-alone men’s and women’s events and then in the venue selection that will, I hope set a record for the biggest ever attendance at a women’s sporting event, is exciting for the sport.

“Australia has a proven track record of delivering world-class events in world-class stadiums and we know we can rely on the fans to provide great support for all of the competing teams.”

Speaking in Melbourne, ICC World Twenty20 2020 Local Organising Committee Chief Executive, Nick Hockley highlighted the benefits that would come from hosting T20 cricket’s showpiece event.

“Australia is a sporting nation, with diverse and passionate fans who love cricket. We’ve designed ICC World T20, comprising standalone women’s and men’s events, to be more inclusive, more accessible and more connected than ever before, so that everyone can join in.”

Mr Hockley added:

“Major events of this scale are all about partnerships. We look forward to working with host cities, their communities, and all partners to deliver a spectacular celebration in 2020, including welcoming thousands of international visitors to attend matches and be part of it.”

The ICC World T20 2020 takes place against the backdrop of a hugely successful ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, which featured record crowds, broadcast audiences and visitors and the ongoing success of the Women’s and Men’s Big Bash.

For full details about the ICC World Twenty20 2020, and to register for tournament updates, fans are encouraged to visit icc-cricket.com/worldt20.

Fixture and ticketing information for the ICC World Twenty20 2020 will be released in due course.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Kohli and Badree to enter knockout stage as top ranked batsman and bowler & Shane Watson retires as number-one ranked T20I all-rounder


#WT20
Kohli and Badree to enter knockout stage as top ranked batsman and bowler

·         Root vaults 38 places to 11th, Afghanistan players also on the charge

·         Shane Watson retires as number-one ranked T20I all-rounder

·         India holds on to No.1 spot, New Zealand leapfrogs West Indies and South Africa into second position

Four of the top five sides on the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Rankings will feature in the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016, which will be played in Delhi and Mumbai on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.

Number-one ranked India will go head to head with third-ranked West Indies in Mumbai on Thursday, while in the first semi-final in Delhi on Wednesday, second-ranked New Zealand will square-off against fifth-ranked England.

India has retained its pre-tournament ranking as well as points, while the West Indies has gained two points to move to 120. This means both the former champions, who each won three of their four second round matches, are now separated by seven points.

In contrast, New Zealand, which has been the only unbeaten side in the competition to date, has earned six points to rise to 122 and has consequently moved up two places to second. Its semi-final opponent and 2010 champion, England, has also collected three points and is now seven points behind on 115 after winning three of its four matches.

This comparison reflects that the knockout stage of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 promises to be as exciting, entertaining and thrilling as displayed in the 32 matches to date.

Meanwhile, there has been a reshuffling of the pack in the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Player Rankings as leading performers have been rewarded for their good performances.


India's Virat Kohli, who averages 92 after scoring 184 runs in four matches at a strike-rate of over 132, has reclaimed the number-one batting position. Kohli had entered the tournament 24 points behind Aaron Finch, but has now opened up a 68-point advantage over the Australian.

England's Joe Root has rocketed 38 places to career-high 11th after scoring168 runs in four matches at a strike-rate of 150. The Yorkshireman has gained 105 points in the tournament to date as he now has Zimbabwe's eighth-ranked Hamilton Masakadza firmly within his sights.

Martin Guptill is New Zealand's highest-ranked batsman after the opener has moved up two places to third following his contribution of 125 runs in three matches at a strike-rate of over 162.

West Indies' flamboyant Chris Gayle has gained one place and is now ranked sixth after scoring 104 runs in two innings at a stunning strike-rate of 208.


In the bowlers' table, West Indies' Samuel Badree has returned in number-one position. Badree has taken six wickets in four matches to date, while India's Ravichandaran Ashwin has dropped from number-one spot to third after managing just four wickets in as many matches.

New Zealand's Adam Milne and India's trio of Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah and Ashish Nehra are the bowlers who have made impressive gains and are expected to feature in the final leg of what has been a highly-competitive tournament to date.

Milne's three wickets in three matches have helped him rise six places to sixth, Jadeja's four wickets in four matches have moved him up three places to seventh, Bumrah's three wickets in four matches have lifted him 13 places to 13th and Nehra has leaped 14 places to 16th following his four wickets in as many matches.

Shane Watson of Australia has signed off on his T20I career as the number-one ranked all-rounder. In the batting charts, Watson finished in 10th spot (up by three places) after scoring 96 runs, while he has ended up in 29th spot (up by five places) in the bowlers' list after taking five wickets in four matches.

Afghanistan, which consistently produced solid performances and eventually caused the biggest upset of the tournament to date by defeating the West Indies, has seen a number of players head in an upward direction.

In the batting table, opener Mohammad Shahzad is now eighth (up by three places), while Asghar Stanikzai is 47th (up by six places). In the bowlers' table, Mohammad Nabi is ninth (up by 11 places), Rashid Khan is 11th (up by 68 places) and Hamza Hotak is 18th (up by 22 places).

Batsmen to improve their rankings but will no more feature in the tournament include South Africa's Hashim Amla (12th, up by nine places), Sabbir Rahman of Bangladesh (16th, up by four places), Quinton de Kock of South Africa (17th, up by seven places) and Australia's Glenn Maxwell (20th, up by 11 places).

Bowlers to head in the right direction are South Africa's Kyle Abbott (fifth, up by six places), James Faulkner of Australia (eighth, up by 28 places), Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh (19th, up by eight places), Australia's Nathan Coulter-Nile (20th, up by 27 places) and Kagiso Rabada of South Africa (22nd, up by seven places).

While the team rankings will be updated after each match, the player rankings will now be updated after the final of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016.

The T20I predictor function is available here.

MRF Tyres ICC T20I Rankings (as on 29 March, after the completion of league matches in the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016)

Rank   Team              Points (+/-)
1.      India                127 (-)
2.      New Zealand  122 (+6)
3.      West Indies     120 (+2)
4.      South Africa   115 (-3)
5.      England           115 (+3)
6.      Australia          112 (+1)
7.      Pakistan           107 (-3)
8.      Sri Lanka         105 (-4)
9.      Afghanistan    81 (+4)
10.  Bangladesh     74 (-)
11.  Scotland          59 (+10)
12.  Netherlands     59 (-)
13.  Zimbabwe       57 (-3)
14.  Hong Kong     44 (-5)
15.  UAE                43 (-)
16.  Ireland             39 (-9)
17.  Oman              37 (+5)

(Developed by David Kendix)

MRF Tyres ICC T20I Player Rankings (as on 29 March, after the completion of league matches in the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016)

Batsmen (top 25)

Rank      (+/-)        Player                   Team     Pts          Avge      S/Rate    HS Rating
   1           (+1)         Virat Kohli            Ind          871         55.42     133         897 v Eng at Edgbaston 2014
   2           (-1)          Aaron Finch          Aus         803         38.96     150         892 v Ban at Mirpur 2014
   3           (+2)         Martin Guptill       NZ          762         35.11     131         793 v SA at Hamilton 2012
   4           (-1)          Faf du Plessis        SA           741         37.68     133         843 v Ban at Mirpur 2015
   5           (-1)          Alex Hales            Eng         737         32.40     135         866 v Ind at Edgbaston 2014
   6           (+1)         Chris Gayle           WI          724         36.82     146         831 v Aus at Colombo (RPS) 2012
   7           (-1)          Kane Williamson NZ          718         34.62     125         737 v Pak at Hamilton 2016
   8           ( - )          H. Masakadza     Zim         677         30.28     120         699 v Ban at Khulna 2016
   9           (+3)         M. Shahzad          Afg         674         29.71     136         690 v SA at Mumbai 2016
  10         (+3)         Shane Watson      Aus         664         29.24     145         832 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012
  11         (+38)      Joe Root                                Eng         651*      36.64     139         653 v SA at Mumbai 2016
  12         (+9)         Hashim Amla       SA           646         31.50     129         657 v Eng at Mumbai 2016
  13         (-3)          Eoin Morgan        Eng         643         29.65     133         872 v Ind at Old Trafford 2011
  14         (-5)          David Warner       Aus         639         28.15     140         826 v WI at St Lucia 2010
  15         (-1)          T. Dilshan              SL           638         28.98     121         802 v NZ at Colombo (RPS) 2009
  16         (+4)         Sabbir Rahman   Ban        632         30.20     120         644 v Ind at Bengaluru 2016
  17=       (-6)          Rohit Sharma       Ind          619         30.46     127         681 v Ban at Mirpur 2016
                (+7)         Quinton de Kock SA           619         29.68     128         631 v WI at Nagpur 2016
  19         (-4)          JP Duminy            SA           612         38.46     124         713 v NZ at Chittagong 2014
  20         (+11)      Glenn Maxwell     Aus         611!       22.62     154         611 v Ind at Mohali 2016
  21         (-4)          Umar Akmal        Pak         605         26.80     123         709 v Zim at Harare 2011
  22         (-6)          Suresh Raina        Ind          598         29.34     133         776 v Eng at Kolkata 2011
  23         (-4)          Marlon Samuels  WI          585         28.10     120         723 v Ban at Mirpur 2012
  24=       (+5)         Ahmed Shehzad  Pak         553         24.97     114         709 v Ban at Mirpur 2014
                (+3)         Stephan Myburgh               Net          553         26.50     123         585 v NEP at Rotterdam 2015

Bowlers (top 25)

Rank      (+/-)        Player   Team     Pts          Avge      Eco.        HS Rating Ranking
   1           (RE)        Samuel Badree    WI          753        14.75     5.40       855 v Pak at Mirpur 2014
   2           ( - )          Imran Tahir          SA           740!       15.37     6.48       740 v SL at Delhi 2016
   3           (-2)          R. Ashwin              Ind          725         21.74     6.87       765 v SL at Visakhapatnam 2016
   4           (-1)          Shahid Afridi        Pak         674         24.35     6.61       814 v SL at Colombo (RPS) 2009
   5           (+6)         Kyle Abbott          SA           671!       22.26     7.96       671 v SL at Delhi 2016
   6           (+6)         Adam Milne         NZ          648*      20.52     7.28       661 v Pak at Mohali 2016
   7           (+3)         Ravindra Jadeja  Ind          645         29.10     6.88       651 v Pak at Mirpur 2016
   8           (+28)      James Faulkner    Aus         641!       20.29     8.19       641 v Ind at Mohali 2016
   9=        (+11)      Mohammad Nabi               Afg         638!       23.95     6.90       638 v WI at Nagpur 2016
                (-4)          M. McClenaghan NZ          638         24.46     7.69       649 v Aus at Dharamsala 2016
  11         (+68)      Rashid Khan        Afg         633*!    19.78     6.83       633 v WI at Nagpur 2016
  12         (-5)          David Wiese         SA           632*      20.70     7.60       646 v WI at Nagpur 2016
  13=       (-5)          Shakib Al Hasan Ban        631         20.32     6.74       672 v Pak at Mirpur 2014
                (+13)      Jasprit Bumrah    Ind          631*!    19.66     6.37       631 v Aus at Mohali 2016
  15         (-11)       Graeme Cremer   Zim         630         16.59     6.72       669 v Ban at Khulna 2016
  16         (+14)      Ashish Nehra        Ind          618!       20.73     7.77       618 v Aus at Mohali 2016
  17         (-3)          Al-Amin Hossain Ban        612         15.17     7.46       633 v OMA at Dharamsala 2016
  18         (+22)      Hamza Hotak      Afg         604*!    23.26     7.01       604 v WI at Nagpur 2016
  19         (+8)         M. Rahman          Ban        600*!    13.95     5.98       600 v NZ at Kolkata 2016
  20=       (-2)          N. McCullum        NZ          594         22.03     6.82       709 v Zim at Harare 2011
                (+27)      N. Coulter-Nile     Aus         594*!    25.33     8.18       594 v Ind at Mohali 2016
  22         (+7)         Kagiso Rabada    SA           583*      22.63     8.25       595 v WI at Nagpur 2016
  23         (+5)         T van der Gugten Net          582*      19.39     6.77       605 v Ban at Dharamsala 2016
  24         (-8)          M. Bukhari           Net          579         18.13     6.64       616 v NEP at Amstelveen 2015
  25=       (-19)       Dawlat Zadran     Afg         574         23.02     7.60       636 v Zim at Sharjah 2016
                (-16)       S. Senanayake     SL           574         19.33     6.35       712 v Eng at The Oval 2014

All-rounders (top 10)

Rank      (+/-)        Player                   Team     Pts          Highest Ranking
   1           ( - )          Shane Watson      Aus         373        557 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012
   2           ( - )          Shakib Al Hasan Ban        346        408 v Pak at Mirpur 2015
   3           ( - )          Shahid Afridi        Pak         332        413 v NZ at Dubai 2009
   4           (+3)         Glenn Maxwell     Aus         329!       329 v Ind at Mohali 2016
   5           ( - )          Marlon Samuels  WI          276        321 v SL at Mirpur 2014
   6           (+5)         Mohammad Nabi               Afg         274        276 v Eng at Delhi 2016
   7           (-1)          Yuvraj Singh        Ind          273        363 v Aus at Rajkot 2013
   8           (-4)          M. Hafeez             Pak         271        441 v SL at Dubai 2013
   9           ( - )          Dwayne Bravo     WI          268!       268 v Afg at Nagpur 2016
  10         (-2)          Angelo Mathews  SL           257        289 v NZ at New Plymouth 2016
 

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 - Warm-up Schedule and Match timings


The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the match timings and warm-up schedule of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016, which be staged at eight venues in India from 8 March to 3 April.
The men’s afternoon matches will take place from 15h00-18h10, while the evening matches will be played from 19h30-22h40. The semi-finals and the final will be held from 19h00-22h10.
The women’s afternoon matches will be played from 15h30-18h15, while the evening matches will take place from 19h30-22h15. The semi-finals and the finals, which will be played before the men’s matches, will be played between 14h30-17h15.
Meanwhile, the ICC has also announced the schedule of the warm-up matches.
Teams taking part in the first round will play their warm-up matches in Dharamsala and Mohali from 3-6 March, while sides featuring in the second round will play warm-up matches in Kolkata and Mumbai from 10-15 March.
The women’s warm-up matches will take place in Bengaluru and Chennai from 10-14 March.
Warm-up match schedule (men’s)
3 Mar – Zimbabwe v local side, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala (15h00); Ireland v Hong Kong*, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala (19h30)
4 Mar – Netherlands v local side, Sector-16, Mohali (15h00); Scotland v Oman*, IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali (19h30)
5 Mar – Ireland v Zimbabwe, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala (15h00); Bangladesh v Hong Kong*, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala (19h30)
6 Mar – Scotland v Netherlands, Sector-16, Mohali (15h00); Oman v Afghanistan*, IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali (19h30)
10 Mar – New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (19h30); India v West Indies, Eden Gardens, Kolkata (19h30)
12 Mar – New Zealand v England, BKC, Mumbai (15h00); Pakistan v local side, JU, Kolkata (15h00); India v South Africa, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (19h30)
13 Mar – Australia v West Indies, Eden Gardens, Kolkata (19h30)
14 Mar – England v local side, BKC, Mumbai (15h00); Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Eden Gardens, Kolkata (15h00)
15 Mar – South Africa v local side, BKC, Mumbai (15h00)
*If Afghanistan, Hong Kong or Oman reach the second round of the Asia Cup, then their warm-up matches will be rescheduled accordingly.
Warm-up match schedule (women’s)
10 Mar – India v Ireland, M. Chinnaswamy, Bengaluru (15h00); Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, M. Chinnaswamy, Bengaluru (19h30); New Zealand v Pakistan, MA Chidambaram, Chennai (19h30)
12 Mar – Bangladesh v Ireland, M. Chinnaswamy, Bengaluru (15h00-18h15); Sri Lanka v India, M. Chinnaswamy, Bengaluru (19h30); New Zealand v England, Guru Nanak, Chennai (15h00); Pakistan v South Africa, MA Chidambaram, Chennai (19h30)
14 Mar – West Indies v Australia, Guru Nanak, Chennai (15h00); South Africa v England, MA Chidambaram, Chennai (19h30)

Monday, February 1, 2016

India knocks West Indies off the perch, in top T20I form ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016



·        Man of the Series Kohli retains number-one position in MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for T20I Batsmen

Virat Kohli No.1 batsman in ICC's T20I rankings, replaces Aaron Finch


·         Sharma rises a spot for career-best ranking, Watson and Raina move up the charts too



India batsman Virat Kohli's excellent run of form in the just-concluded series against Australia has allowed him to hold on to the status of world's number-one ranked Twenty20 International batsman in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for T20I Batsmen, which were released today.

Kohli was the leading run-scorer in the series with 199 runs, including a top score of 90. The India Test captain was undoubtedly one of the players who shaped India's series win, allowing it to replace the West Indies as the top-ranked T20I side in the latest MRF Tyres ICC T20I Championship table.

Also making an impact was Rohit Sharma, who scored 143 runs in the series, including two half-centuries. As a result, he has moved up one place to 17th, while Suresh Raina, who scored a match-winning 49 not out in Sydney, has gained two places and is now in 13th position.



Australia's opener Aaron Finch has retained his second position in the batsmen's rankings, while Shane Watson, who captained in the Sydney T20I and scored an unbeaten 124, has vaulted places to 11th.  He is now just 13 points away from returning into the top 10, his best ranking, of course, was number-one which he achieved in 2012.

In the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for T20I Bowlers, India's Ravindra Jadeja has returned to the table in 18th position, while Watson has stormed up 11 places to 25th spot.

Watson has claimed the number-one spot in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for T20I All-rounders, while moving ahead of Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh and Pakistan's Shahid Afridi.

The  MRF Tyres ICC T20I Championship table now has India in the top position, while Australia has dropped six places to eighth. India now leads second-ranked West Indies by two points. A lot of T20I cricket needs to be played before the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 starts in Nagpur on 8 March, which will certainly have an impact on the championship table.

ICC T20I TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (as on 1 February, after the conclusion of Australia – India series)

RANK TEAM             POINTS

1          India                120
2          West Indies      118
3          Sri Lanka         118
4          England           117
5          New Zealand   116
6          South Africa    115
7          Pakistan           113
8          Australia          110
9          Afghanistan     80
10        Scotland           66
11        Bangladesh      64
12        Hong Kong      62
13        Netherlands     61
14        Zimbabwe        54
15        Ireland             42

(Developed by David Kendix)

ICC T20I Player Rankings (as on 1 February, after India Australia series)

Batsmen (top 10)

Rank      (+/-)        Player             Team           Pts        Average  S/Rate   Highest Ranking
   1           ( - )          Virat Kohli            Ind          892        50.62      137         897 v Eng at Edgbaston 2014
   2           (RE)        Aaron Finch          Aus         868        41.61      151         892 v Ban at Mirpur 2014
   3           (-1)          Alex Hales            Eng         795        34.71      136         866 v Ind at Edgbaston 2014
   4           (-1)          F du Plessis            SA           758        39.28      135         843 v Ban at Mirpur 2015
   5           (-1)          Martin Guptill       NZ          741        34.70      130         793 v SA at Hamilton 2012
   6           (-1)          K Williamson        NZ          733        36.69      128         737 v Pak at Hamilton 2016
   7           (-1)          C Gayle               WI            703        35.15      143         831 v Aus at Colombo (RPS) 2012
   8           (-1)          H Masakadza      Zim         699!       31.42      120         699 v Ban at Khulna 2016
   9           (-1)          M Shahzad           Afg         681!       30.86      136         681 v Zim at Sharjah 2016
  10         (-1)          Kusal Perera         SL           678*      27.09      133         751 v SA at Chittagong 2014

Other selected rankings

Rank     (+/-)       Player                Team       Pts         Avge     S/Rate    HS Rating
11          (+5)         Shane Watson      Aus         665        28.58     146         832 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012
13          (+2)         Suresh Raina        Ind          660        33.53     136         776 v Eng at Kolkata 2011
17          (+1)         Rohit Sharma       Ind          641!       34.82     129         641 v Aus at St Kitts 2016
  18         (-7)          David Warner       Aus         623          28.72    139         826 v WI at St Lucia 2010
  19         (-2)          Umar Akmal        Pak         606          26.89    124         709 v Zim at Harare 2011
  20         (RE)        Yuvraj Singh        Ind          589          31.70    144         793 v SA at St Lucia 2010
 
Bowlers (top 10)

Rank     (+/-)       Player                  Team     Pts         Avge      HS Rating
   1           ( - )          Sunil Narine          WI          773         17.75     817 v Pak at St. Vincent 2013
   2           ( - )          R Ashwin               Ind          692         26.45     717 v SA at Mirpur 2014
   3           ( - )          Shahid Afridi        Pak         672         23.90     814 v SL at Colombo (RPS) 2009
   4           ( - )          S Senanayake      SL           671*      17.45     712 v Eng at The Oval 2014
   5           ( - )          Graeme Cremer   Zim         669!       16.59     669 v Ban at Khulna 2016
   6           (+1)         Lasith Malinga     SL           657         21.02     684 v WI at Colombo (RPS) 2015
   7           (+1)         M McClenaghan NZ          643!       25.80     643 v Pak at Wellington 2016
   8           (+1)         Imran Tahir          SA           641*      15.77     675 v WI at Johannesburg 2015
   9           (+1)         Dawlat Zadran     Afg         636!       18.83     636 v Zim at Sharjah 2016
  10         (+1)         N Kulasekara       SL           628         23.43     676 v Aus at Melbourne 2013

Other selected rankings

Rank     (+/-)       Player                  Team     Pts         Avge      HS Rating
  12         (-6)          Mitchell Starc       Aus         620        19.53     702 v Pak at Dubai 2014
  18         (RE)        Ravindra Jadeja  Ind          575        32.78     579 v Aus at Melbourne 2016
  19         (-5)          Pat Cummins       Aus         574*      18.80     610 v Eng at Cardiff 2015
  25         (+11)      Shane Watson      Aus         546         25.28     671 v Pak at Colombo (RPS) 2012
               
All-rounders (top five)

Rank     (+/-)       Player                  Team     Pts         HS Rating

   1           (+2)         Shane Watson      Aus         363        557 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2012
   2           (-1)          Shakib Al Hasan Ban        349        408 v Pak at Mirpur 2015
   3           (-1)          Shahid Afridi        Pak         330        413 v NZ at Dubai 2009
   4           ( - )          M Hafeez              Pak         303        441 v SL at Dubai 2013
   5           ( - )          A Mathews           SL           289!       289 v NZ at New Plymouth 2016


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