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    Icon14 The World's most comprehensive ratings for international cricket.

    Hi to all,

    My All Time “CricketCode” Test and ODI ratings (and T20 in the near future) are the world's most comprehensive ratings for international cricket.
    These ratings set new standards and is the only ratings where current- and past players are rated against each other in all formats of the game.

    In devising these ratings, I have make the task of evaluating players skills as objective as
    possible.Cricket enthusiasts can now get a 100% accurate picture of where certain players standings is in the game ( as per All Time Lists ). On the other hand, players too can benefit from the evaluation of their skills. Every rating point is out of 1000 to the 2nd. decimal, but in very rear cases, a player can have a rating point of more than a 1000 points.

    To cover the whole gamut of the game, I am proposing 3 ratings each in Test and ODI Cricket, and each of the ratings is devided into separate levels.

    Test Cricket

    Batsmen:
    Level A : 6000+ runs
    Level B : 4000-5999 runs
    Level C : 2000-3999 runs
    Level D : 500-1999 runs

    Bowlers:
    Level A : 300+ wickets
    Level B : 200-299 wickets
    Level C : 100-199 wickets
    Level D : 25-99 wickets

    All Rounders:
    Level A : 200+ wickets & 4000+ runs
    Level B : 100+ wickets & 2000+ runs
    Level C : 50+ wickets & 1000+ runs

    ODI Cricket

    Batsmen:
    Level A : 6000+ runs
    Level B : 4000-5999 runs
    Level C : 2000-3999 runs
    Level D : 500-1999 runs

    Bowlers:
    Level A : 300+ wickets
    Level B : 200-299 wickets
    Level C : 100-199 wickets
    Level D : 25-99 wickets

    All Rounders:
    Level A : 200+ wickets & 4000+ runs
    Level B : 100+ wickets & 2000 runs
    Level C : 50+ wickets & 1000+ runs

    With these ratings, we can keep track of all the best Batsmen, Bowlers and All Rounders in all the different categories and levels. The ratings get updated after every end of a series.These ratings will at all times reflect the movement of current players on the "All-Time lists". All Ratings are based on CAREER STATS AND NOT CURRENT FORM as in the cases of other ratings.

    These ratings show what most of us already knew:

    …that Don Bradman is the best Test Batsmen ever for Batsmen with more than 6000+ Test runs with KF Barrington a far distant 2nd.

    …that Malcolm Marshall is the best Test Bowler ever for Bowlers with more than 300+ Test wickets with Waqar Younis 2nd. If Steyn can keep up his form until he reach 300 Test wickets, he will become the best ever.

    …that Jacques Kallis is the Greatest All Rounder ever in the history of Test Cricket and is the only player ever with an All Rounders rating point of more than 800+ rating points … Sobers a distant 2nd.

    … and so on and so forth

    Ok, here’s the Current “Cricket Code” Test ratings as at 19/01/2011, end of Pak / NZ series.

    The Current "Cricket Code” ODI ratings will be posted before the Word Cup starts.Something to look forward to. The All Time “Cricket Code” Test and ODI ratings will be posted on a later stage.

    *** Current player = a player playing in at least 1 Test or ODI match in the last year
    and have not yet retired ***
    *** All ratings including stats of the Australia v World XI Test match ***
    *** All Ratings are based on CAREER STATS AND NOT CURRENT FORM as in the cases of other ratings ***

    Batting
    Qualifications:
    Level A = 6000+ Runs
    Level B = 4000 - 5999 Runs
    Level C = 2000 - 3999 Runs
    Level D = 500 - 1999 Runs

    Level A:
    1. KC Sangakkara: 1005.54
    2. SR Tendulkar: 981.17
    3. JH Kallis: 964.30
    4. V Sehwag: 958.19
    5. DPMD Jayawardene: 949.96
    6. RT Ponting: 923.33
    7. Mohammad Yousuf : 918.46
    8. R Dravid : 902.82
    9. GC Smith: 883.27
    10. S Chanderpaul: 822.08
    11. VVS Laxman: 793.50
    12. AJ Strauss: 773.45
    13. CH Gayle: 747.93

    Level B
    1. TT Samaraweera: 900.63
    2. Younis Khan: 893.71
    3. MEK Hussey: 877.28
    4. KP Pietersen: 864.21
    5. AN Cook: 841.92
    6. AB de Villiers: 814.64
    7. MJ Clarke: 803.38
    8. SM Katich: 798.30
    9. IR Bell: 763.19
    10. PD Collingwood: 708.36
    11. MV Boucher: 526.90
    12. DL Vettori: 510.45

    Level C
    1. G Gambhir: 903.37
    2. HM Amla: 824.27
    3. LRPL Taylor: 746.57
    4. TM Dilshan: 733.72
    5.: AG Prince: 724.24
    6. MJ Prior : 710.13
    7. Taufeeq Umar: 697.86
    8. MS Dhoni: 690.61
    9. BB McCullum: 659.73
    10. Imran Farhat: 575.91
    11. DJ Bravo: 571.76
    12. Kamran Akmal: 544.42
    13. Mohammad Ashraful: 402.08
    14. Harbhajan Singh: 310.60

    Level D
    1. IJL Trott: 1046.15
    2. JD Ryder: 791.35
    3. SR Watson: 744.85
    4. Tamim Iqbal: 735.88
    5. Misbah-ul-Haq: 722.35
    6. BP Nash: 712.28
    7. PJ Hughes: 704.37
    8. M Vijay: 703.21
    9. BJ Haddin: 683.51
    10. Shahid Afridi: 661.76
    11. NT Paranavitana: 652.58
    12. Azhar Ali: 639.39
    13. Mahmudullah: 635.07
    14. MJ North: 630.28
    15. MJ Guptill: 628.50
    16. Umar Akmal: 626.63
    17. AN Petersen: 616.86
    18. Yuvraj Singh: 612.11
    19. AD Mathews: 602.78
    20. Shoaib Malik: 576.23
    21. Yasir Hameed: 574.39
    22. MS Sinclair: 559.12
    23. Salman Butt: 558.58
    24. Mohammad Hafeez: 554.80
    25. Shakib Al Hasan: 553.30
    26. HAPW Jayawardene: 510.87
    27. KD Karthik: 501.75
    28. JP Duminy: 498.81
    29. Junaid Siddique: 493.43
    30. TG McIntosh: 488.36
    31. Mushfiqur Rahim: 479.52
    32. Faisal Iqbal: 478.47
    33. Shahriar Nafees: 478.39
    34. SCJ Broad: 466.59
    35. DS Smith: 456.06
    36. GP Swann: 411.67
    37. D Ramdin: 393.01
    38. MG Johnson: 361.56
    39. Aftab Ahmed: 338.83
    40. JEC Franklin: 321.30
    41. DW Steyn: 118.50
    42. Z Khan : 106.01
    43. JM Anderson: 57.22

    Bowling
    Qualifications:
    Level A : 300+ wickets
    Level B : 200-299 wickets
    Level C : 100-199 wickets
    Level D : 25-99 wickets

    Level A
    1. Harbhajan Singh: 670.10
    2. DL Vettori: 602.53

    Level B
    1. DW Steyn: 1031.01
    2. JM Anderson: 743.49
    3. Z Khan: 725.80
    4. JH Kallis: 665.78
    5. Danish Kaneria: 641.34

    Level C
    1. Mohammad Asif: 902.35
    2. MG Johnson: 784.90
    3. M Morkel: 774.83
    4. GP Swann: 769.16
    5. SL Malinga: 766.93
    6. Umar Gul: 711.29
    7. CS Martin: 679.41
    8. PL Harris: 544.66

    Level D
    1. ST Finn: 985.05
    2. DE Bollinger: 885.59
    3. CT Tremlett: 834.84
    4. KAJ Roach: 811.61
    5. G Onions: 792.47
    6. Mohammad Amir: 770.59
    7. TT Bresnan: 758.47
    8. RJ Sidebottom: 748.12
    9. JEC Franklin: 730.40
    10. SR Watson: 715.05
    11. DJG Sammy: 705.48
    12. DR Tuffey: 693.85
    13. PM Siddle: 693.71
    14. BAW Mendis: 691.73
    15. S Sreesanth: 683.28
    16. CRD Fernando: 675.78
    17. T Thushara: 672.11
    18. KMDN Kulasekara: 667.66
    19. Shakib Al Hasan: 665.32
    20. I Sharma: 660.66
    21. NM Hauritz: 645.84
    22. Shahid Afridi: 641.54
    23. SCJ Broad: 638.75
    24. BW Hilfenhaus: 637.49
    25. HMRKB Herath: 607.05
    26. Abdur Rehman: 601.89
    27. Shahadat Hossain: 586.07
    28. DJ Bravo: 570.23
    29. TG Southee: 558.26
    30. A Mishra: 555.08
    31. Saeed Ajmal: 540.03
    32. PP Ojha: 532.32
    33. V Sehwag: 525.46
    34. SJ Benn: 520.87
    35. JS Patel: 510.74
    36. CH Gayle: 492.41
    37. Mohammad Sami: 465.62 ( Sami to the rescue )
    38. SR Tendulkar: 452.11

    All Rounders
    Qualifications:
    Level A : 200+ wickets & 4000+ runs
    Level B : 100+ wickets & 2000 runs
    Level C : 50+ wickets & 1000+ runs

    Level A
    1. JH Kallis: 815.04 ( Highest rating point in the history of "Kallisball" )
    2. DL Vettori: 556.49

    Level B
    1. Harbhajan Singh: 455.92

    Level C
    1. CH Gayle: 620.17
    2. Shakib Al Hasan: 609.31
    3. MG Johnson: 573.23
    4. DJ Bravo: 571.00
    5. SCJ Broad: 552.67
    6. Z Khan: 415.91

    Like i always say: "Stats don't tell the whole story, it tells the ONLY story"

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    Put a lot of work in there mate. Kudos.

    Personally stunned it produced an outcome where Steyn is well in front
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Put a lot of work in there mate. Kudos.

    Personally stunned it produced an outcome where Steyn is well in front
    Yeah . Shocked ,tbh.



    The roll eyes in front make it even more shocking.

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    Cook ahead of Clarke and De Villiers is interesting. A year ago that'd have been a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steyn.DaleSteyn View Post
    …that Jacques Kallis is the Greatest All Rounder ever in the history of Test Cricket
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    So I guess it begs the question, how did you work this out?



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