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TheWatcher
August 16, 2006, 01:44 PM
How the players' rankings changed during the Africa tour are given in brackets.

Batsmen Rankings

Aftab Ahmed 57(+13)
Shahriar Nafees 61(+24)
Mohammod Ashraful 67(-1)
Habibul Bashar 68 (-3)
Khaled Mashud 70 (-3)
Rajin Saleh 82(-1)
Javed Omar 91(-10)
Alok Kapali 98(-7)

Bowlers Rankings

Mohammad Rafique 22(+3)
Mashrafe Mortaza 29(+13)
Abdur Razzak 39(+52)
Manjural Islam Rana 69(-8)
Syed Rasel 81(+17)
Khaled Mahmud 83(-4)
Tapash Baisya 92(-8)

-www.cricketratings.com (LG ICC Ranking)

SS
August 16, 2006, 01:49 PM
out of 100, if u mention that ppl will have more clue where they actually stand.

babubangla
August 16, 2006, 03:05 PM
out of 100, if u mention that ppl will have more clue where they actually stand.
The following may be a good way to look at the ranking position.

If an ODI team consists of 7 batsman on average, then there are total 70 (7 x 10)batsman in the first XI of all test playing teams. So, if the rating of a batsman is below 70, then this ranking position is actually out of the first XI of all test playing teams combined. Same goes for a bowler. If it is below 40, then it is not so good of a ranking.

For a Batsman, lets say:
1-23: 1st Tier
24-46: 2nd Tier
47-70: 3rd Tier

For a Bowler, lets say:
1-13: 1st Tier
14-26: 2nd Tier
27-40: 3rd Tier

In this sense, only the following players have significant ranking


Batsman (ranked out of 70):
Aftab Ahmed 57
Shahriar Nafees 61
Mohammod Ashraful 67
Habibul Bashar 68
Khaled Mashud 70

All batsman ranked in 3rd tier


Bowler (ranked out of 40):
Mohammad Rafique 22
Mashrafe Mortaza 29
Abdur Razzak 39

Rafiq ranked in 2nd tier and the other 2 are in 3rd tier.

Tigers_eye
August 16, 2006, 03:09 PM
What are the criteria? Why is Aftab ranked higher than Nafees and Ashraful?

How many of the Zim-Ken players are above 70?

Tigers_eye
August 16, 2006, 03:20 PM
P. Utseya (http://www.lgiccrankings.com/odi/bowling/player-display.php?id=6538) is ranked at 17. Bowling.
Tikolo 69. batting.

babubangla
August 16, 2006, 03:22 PM
What are the criteria? Why is Aftab ranked higher than Nafees and Ashraful?

How many of the Zim-Ken players are above 70?

Both ZIM and KEN has 1 batsman each in the top 70.
Brandon Taylor from ZIM and you know who from KEN---that's Tikolo.

http://www.cricketratings.com/ has detail on the ranking methods.
Look at the About the Ranking Section.

bengaltiger
August 20, 2006, 04:59 PM
abdur razzak 39(+52)!! what does that mean?

babubangla
August 20, 2006, 06:23 PM
abdur razzak 39(+52)!! what does that mean?

It means before the Zimbabwe-Kenya Tour, Abdur Razzak's rank was 91 and now (after the tour) his rank moved up 52 places to 39.
In short, Old Rank: 91, New Rank: 39. (91-39 = 52)

akabir77
August 21, 2006, 08:03 AM
hope to see mash in top 10 at the end of this year

Nasif
August 21, 2006, 08:36 AM
hope to see mash in top 10 at the end of this year
Now that would be some news. But it just might turn out to be a bit high expectation.

akabir77
August 21, 2006, 09:02 AM
well he got zimbo 6 match and scott 2 and WI to make his mark

AsifTheManRahman
August 21, 2006, 11:08 AM
well he got zimbo 6 match and scott 2 and WI to make his mark

isn't the quality of opponent also a criterion in measuring performances?

Tigers_eye
August 21, 2006, 11:09 AM
isn't the quality of opponent also a criterion in measuring performances?
lol. Nope this is only for statistical reasons. :)

AsifTheManRahman
August 21, 2006, 11:13 AM
right. if rajjak can jump 50+ steps, then the statement "quality of opponents is a factor" isn't valid i guess. :)

israr
August 21, 2006, 11:39 AM
there are totally 8 games we're gonna play against Zimbabwe right?

akabir77
August 21, 2006, 12:33 PM
there are totally 8 games we're gonna play against Zimbabwe right?
no 6, 1 in ICC cup, and 5 back home

mohd azam
August 21, 2006, 01:26 PM
[বাংলা]nice going youngster[/বাংলা]

babubangla
August 21, 2006, 02:02 PM
isn't the quality of opponent also a criterion in measuring performances?

Yes, Quality of Opponent (both of the Team and of the individual Player) is a Criterion in measuring ratings:
The following are the summary of the factors considered, in general, for player ratings calculation in ODI:

For a batsman
1. Runs scored

2. Ratings of the opposing bowling attack:
The higher the combined ratings of the attack, the more value is given to the batsman’s innings (in proportion)

3. The level of run-scoring and innings total:
For example, a century in a match where all teams scored 300+ is worth less than a century in a match where all teams were bowled out for 200. (because the general level of run scoring was higher in the first case)

4. Out or not out:
A not out innings only get a small amount of credit. Because a not out batsman is, by definition, batting at the end of the innings when the value of his wicket is low.

5. Strike Rate:
Batsmen gain significant credit for rapid scoring.

6. The result:
Batsmen who score highly in victories receive a bonus. That bonus will be higher for highly rated opposition teams (i.e. win bonus against the current Australia team is higher than the bonus against Zimbabwe.)

For a bowler:
1. Wickets taken and runs conceded

2. Ratings of the batsmen dismissed:
For Example, the wicket of Rahul Dravid is worth more than that of Glenn McGrath – but if McGrath’s rating improves, the value of his wicket will increase accordingly.

3. The level of run-scoring in the match:
Bowling figures of 3 for 40 in a high scoring match will boost a bowler’s rating more than the same figures in a low scoring match.

4. Economy Rate:
Bowlers gain significant credit for economy. A bowler who bowls 10 overs 0 for 10 is likely to see his rating improve significantly, even though he hasn’t taken a wicket.

5. The result:
Bowlers who take a lot of wickets in a victory receive a bonus. That bonus will be higher for highly rated opposition teams. Bowlers who do not bowl in a high-scoring innings are penalized.

Source: http://www.cricketratings.com/

pagol-chagol
August 21, 2006, 02:07 PM
So we got 4 batsmen better than Tikolo? My bullshit meter is way up. The day Pilot makes it over Tikolo (69 vs 70 now) they should officially dump this scale.