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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Australia vs. Zimbabwe 10th VB Series Match at the MCG, January 29th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 576@115.20
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 368@61.33
    No.3: Michael Bevan - 309@51.50
    No.4: Ricky Ponting - 283@40.42
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 256@36.57
    No.6: Andrew Symonds - 225@37.50
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 159@26.50
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.12: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.13: Brad Hogg - 8@8.00
    No.14: Simon Katich - 4@4.00
    No.15: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 332@66.40
    No.2: Andrew Symonds - 183@30.50
    No.3: Jason Gillespie - 127@25.40
    No.4: Brett Lee - 127@31.75
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 101@25.25
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 63@10.50
    No.7: Brad Hogg - 42@21.00
    No.8: Andy Bichel - 42@10.50

    Well in a game that produced a no result due to rain, there were still some positives that came out of this game. Michael Bevan hit his second consecutive half century with a superb 56 off 56 balls. Though Damien Martyn looks to have regained some form with a good 42 off 40 balls.

    Bevan has gone up from No.6 to No.3 in the batting rankings and Brad Haddin has gone up from No.12 to No.9 in the batting rankings.

    The bowling rankings stay of course the same as Australia never bowled a ball to the Zimbabwean batsmen due to the rain.

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Australia vs. India 11th VB Series Match at the WACA, February 1st)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 692@115.33
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 368@52.57
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 341@48.71
    No.4: Michael Bevan - 309@51.50
    No.5: Ricky Ponting - 283@40.42
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 260@32.50
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 163@23.28
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.12: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.13: Simon Katich - 13@13.00
    No.14: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.15: Brad Hogg - 8@8.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 353@58.83
    No.2: Andy Symonds - 230@32.85
    No.3: Brett Lee - 224@44.80
    No.4: Jason Gillespie - 148@24.66
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 101@25.25
    No.6: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.7: Michael Clarke - 63@9.00
    No.8: Brad Hogg - 42@21.00
    No.9: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

    What an domiant display by Australia. Brett Lee was great with the ball taking 3/22 (10). Adam Gilchrist hit a great 75 off just 65 balls & Andy Symonds hit a quickfire 73 off just 57 balls including two huge sixes

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Australia vs. India 1st VB Series Final at the MCG, February 6th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 746@106.57
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 440@55.00
    No.3: Ricky Ponting - 399@49.87
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 350@50.00
    No.5: Michael Bevan - 309@51.50
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 260@32.50
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 178@25.42
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.12: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.13: Simon Katich - 13@13.00
    No.14: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.15: Brad Hogg - 8@8.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 374@53.42
    No.2: Brett Lee - 271@45.16
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 230@28.75
    No.4: Jason Gillespie - 195@27.85
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 148@29.60
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 84@10.50
    No.7: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.8: Brad Hogg - 42@21.00
    No.9: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

    Terrific all-round performance by Australia to go one up after the first VB Series final. Brett Lee, Jason Gillespie & Ian Harvey bowled very well. Adam Gilchrist smashed 38 off just 20 balls . Ricky Ponting played very well for his 88 off only 80 balls. Mathew Hayden compiled a well made 50 from 91 balls. Agarkar & Badani's fifties were the only highlights for India.

    Adam Gilchrist has a big lead in the batting rankings with Ricky Ponting moving into the top three after his 88 (80).

    In the bowling rankings, Brad Williams still has a 103 point lead over Brett Lee with Andy Symonds still holding down 3rd place.

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Australia vs. India 2nd VB Series Final at the SCG, February 8th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 784@98.00
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 672@74.66
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 466@58.25
    No.4: Ricky Ponting - 403@44.77
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 337@42.12
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 309@51.50
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 294@36.75
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 22@22.00
    No.12: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.13: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.14: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.15: Brad Hogg - 8@8.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 421@52.62
    No.2: Brett Lee - 318@45.42
    No.3: Jason Gillespie - 242@30.25
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 230@25.55
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 195@32.50
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 84@10.50
    No.7: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.8: Brad Hogg - 42@21.00
    No.9: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

    Australia had absolutely thrashed India to win the VB Series What a great display of batting, bowling & fielding by Australia. India's performance was nothing short of pathetic.

    Mathew Hayden hit a very good 126 (122). Damien Martyn looked like he returned to form with a well made 67 (76). Andy Symonds just tore the Indian bowling to pieces with 66 off just 39 balls Michael Clarke also chipped in with 33 (20).

    Brett Lee bowled well and took three catches, one which included brilliant catch in leg gully.

    In the batting rankings, Mathew Hayden has closed the gap to Adam Gilchrist to 112 points. In the bowling rankings, Brad Williams still has a 103 point lead over Brett Lee.
    My 2003 Australian Cricketers Rankings No.1's

    Test Batting: Mathew Hayden
    Test Bowling: Stuart MacGill
    ODI Batting: Ricky Ponting
    ODI Bowling: Brett Lee

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs. Australia 1st Match at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, February 20th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 900@100.00
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 703@70.30
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 543@67.87
    No.4: Ricky Ponting - 475@47.50
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 337@37.44
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 324@46.28
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 309@34.33
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 22@22.00
    No.12: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.13: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.14: Brad Hogg - 12@12.00
    No.15: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 421@46.77
    No.2: Brett Lee - 339@42.37
    No.3: Jason Gillespie - 263@29.22
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 251@25.10
    No.5: Brad Hogg - 204@68.00
    No.6: Ian Harvey - 195@32.50
    No.7: Michael Clarke - 84@9.33
    No.8: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.9: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

    Sorry for being late with the rankings, but my computer had stuffed up.

    The rankings as of after the 2nd ODI between Sri Lanka & Australia will come soon.

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs. Australia 2nd Match at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, February 22nd)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 900@90.00
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 850@77.27
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 597@74.62
    No.4: Ricky Ponting - 568@51.63
    No.5: Michael Bevan - 339@48.42
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 337@33.70
    No.7: Damien Martyn - 313@31.30
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 22@22.00
    No.12: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.13: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.14: Brad Hogg - 12@12.00
    No.15: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 421@46.77
    No.2: Brett Lee - 339@37.66
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 272@24.72
    No.4: Jason Gillespie - 263@26.30
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 246@24.60
    No.6: Ian Harvey - 216@30.85
    No.7: Brad Hogg - 204@51.00
    No.8: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.9: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs. Australia 3rd Match at Khettarama, Colombo, February 25th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 900@81.81
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 854@71.16
    No.3: Ricky Ponting - 684@57.00
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 674@84.25
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 414@41.40
    No.6: Damien Martyn - 406@36.90
    No.7: Michael Bevan - 348@43.50
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 81@16.20
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 22@22.00
    No.12: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.13: Jason Gillespie - 17@17.00
    No.14: Brad Hogg - 12@12.00
    No.15: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 421@46.77
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 343@31.18
    No.3: Brett Lee - 339@37.66
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 293@24.41
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 246@22.36
    No.6: Brad Hogg - 225@45.00
    No.7: Ian Harvey - 216@27.00
    No.8: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.9: Michael Kasprowicz 21@21.00
    No.10: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs. Australia 4th Match at Khettarama, Colombo, February 27th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 909@75.75
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 863@66.38
    No.3: Ricky Ponting - 800@61.53
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 746@82.88
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 468@42.54
    No.6: Damien Martyn - 410@34.16
    No.7: Michael Bevan - 357@39.66
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 85@14.16
    No.9: Brad Haddin - 40@20.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.11: Jason Gillespie - 26@26.00
    No.12: Simon Katich - 22@22.00
    No.13: Brett Lee - 21@10.50
    No.14: Brad Hogg - 12@6.00
    No.15: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00
    No.17: Michael Kasprowicz 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 421@46.77
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 381@31.75
    No.3: Brett Lee - 339@37.66
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 293@22.53
    No.5: Brad Hogg - 272@45.33
    No.6: Michael Clarke - 246@20.50
    No.7: Ian Harvey - 237@26.33
    No.8: Michael Kasprowicz 183@91.50
    No.9: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.10: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

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    2004 Australian ODI Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs. Australia 5th Match at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, February 29th)

    Batting
    No.1: Adam Gilchrist - 918@70.61
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 863@66.38
    No.3: Andy Symonds - 800@80.00
    No.4: Ricky Ponting - 800@61.53
    No.5: Michael Clarke - 477@39.75
    No.6: Damien Martyn - 441@33.92
    No.7: Michael Bevan - 366@36.60
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 85@14.16
    No.9: Brad Hogg - 66@33.00
    No.10: Brad Haddin - 49@16.33
    No.11: Andy Bichel - 32@16.00
    No.12: Simon Katich - 31@15.50
    No.13: Jason Gillespie - 26@26.00
    No.14: Brett Lee - 25@12.50
    No.15: Michael Hussey - 9@ -
    No.16: Brad Williams - 0@0.00
    No.17: Michael Kasprowicz 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brad Williams - 459@45.90
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 381@31.75
    No.3: Brett Lee - 360@36.00
    No.4: Andy Symonds - 340@24.28
    No.5: Brad Hogg - 293@41.85
    No.6: Michael Kasprowicz 247@82.33
    No.7: Michael Clarke - 246@18.92
    No.8: Ian Harvey - 237@26.33
    No.9: Andy Bichel - 63@12.60
    No.10: Michael Hussey - 0@0.00

    Australia wins the ODI series against Sri Lanka 3-2

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    2004 Australian Test Match Rankings (as of Sri Lanka vs Australia 1st Test, Galle International Stadium 8-12 March)

    Batting
    No.1: Mathew Hayden - 410@102.50
    No.2: Simon Katich - 386@386.00
    No.3: Darren Lehmann - 302@151.00
    No.4: Justin Langer - 292@73.00
    No.5: Damien Martyn - 241@60.25
    No.6: Steve Waugh - 124@62.00
    No.7: Ricky Ponting - 76@19.00
    No.8: Jason Gillespie - 48@48.00
    No.9: Andy Symonds - 15@7.50
    No.10: Shane Warne - 15@7.50
    No.11: Adam Gilchrist - 12@3.00
    No.12: Michael Kasprowicz - 8@8.00
    No.13: Nathan Bracken - 4@4.00
    No.14: Stuart MacGill - 0@0.00
    No.15: Brett Lee - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Shane Warne - 375@187.50
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 190@47.50
    No.3: Stuart MacGill - 177@44.25
    No.4: Brett Lee - 118@59.00
    No.5: Michael Kasprowicz - 85@42.50
    No.6: Nathan Bracken - 34@17.00
    No.7: Andy Symonds - 21@21.00
    No.8: Damien Martyn - 17@17.00
    No.9: Steve Waugh - 0@0.00
    No.10: Darren Lehmann - 0@0.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 0@0.00

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    2004 Australian Test Match Rankings
    (as of Sri Lanka vs Australia 2nd Test, Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy
    16-20 March)

    Batting
    No.1: Damien Martyn - 528@88.00
    No.2: Mathew Hayden - 486@81.00
    No.3: Simon Katich - 386@386.00
    No.4: Darren Lehmann - 326@81.50
    No.5: Justin Langer - 305@50.83
    No.6: Adam Gilchrist - 244@40.66
    No.7: Steve Waugh - 124@62.00
    No.8: Ricky Ponting - 100@16.66
    No.9: Jason Gillespie - 66@22.00
    No.10: Andy Symonds - 34@8.50
    No.11: Shane Warne - 28@7.00
    No.12: Stuart MacGill - 18@18.00
    No.13: Michael Kasprowicz - 17@5.66
    No.14: Nathan Bracken - 4@4.00
    No.15: Brett Lee - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Shane Warne - 716@179.00
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 363@60.50
    No.3: Michael Kasprowicz - 241@60.25
    No.4: Stuart MacGill - 177@29.50
    No.5: Brett Lee - 118@59.00
    No.6: Nathan Bracken - 34@17.00
    No.7: Andy Symonds - 21@7.00
    No.8: Damien Martyn - 17@17.00
    No.9: Steve Waugh - 0@0.00
    No.10: Darren Lehmann - 0@0.00
    No.11: Simon Katich - 0@0.00

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    Now those there are some good rankings

    "I know I underperformed but after the past 18 months I thought I might have received more than four Test matches' grace."
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    I disagree.

    How can one who is clearly out of form be ranked number 1?
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    Originally posted by Linda
    Now those there are some good rankings
    Thanks.

    Martyn has played really well in the past two tests.

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    Originally posted by marc71178
    I disagree.

    How can one who is clearly out of form be ranked number 1?
    Well the thing is that Australia only have played their 3rd Test match of the year.

    Martyn had his up and downs with form during the VB Series & the ODI Series against Sri Lanka and of course I have separate Test and ODI rankings.

    Martyn is No.1 in Test Batting Rankings (with a 42 point lead), though he is No.6 in ODI Batting Rankings (477 behind No.1, Adam Gilchrist).

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