Here is 2015 World Cup rating points. After every 5 games I will post the updates.
The methodology of rating points works this way:-
- There are (2) points for wins.
- Higher ranked teams winning against lowest ranked gets less points and more points for lowest ranked team win against highest ranked teams.
- 5 points for wining against – AUS – SA – IND – SL
- 4 points for wining against – NZ – PAK – ENG –WI
- 2 points for winning against – BAN – ZIM
- 1 points for winning against associate teams(Ireland, Scotland, Afghanistan, UAE)
I have employed a bonus point system for margin of wins and it applies for all type of matches.
- 5 points for winning by 100 or more runs
- 5 points for winning by 6 or more wickets
- 5 points for winning with more than 15 overs to spare (for both 1st/2nd bat teams).
To have an additional impact I have added player’s caps(only wins). The sum of ODI wins for each member of playing XI. The winning team will get the rating difference of their opponent.
|Bangladesh||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play|
|UAE||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play|
|Afghanistan||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play||Yet to play|
Interestingly at the current stage of one game for each team(apart from Afghanistan, Bangladesh & UAE) Australia have the maximum points, which they got from winning from >100 runs but their ratings are not high. Reason being the difference in win caps against England was low. England 332 win caps – Aus 472 win caps = 140ratings + 11points = 151.
On the other hand, New Zealand beat Sri Lanka in the opening World cup game with max rating points!.
viz 549-989 = 440 rating points for winning team.
Here New Zealand fielded XI that totaled 549 win caps, against more experienced (989 win caps) Sri Lanka XI, but since Sri Lanka lost that game therefore irrespective of more experience, their win caps is ADDED to New Zealand rating points!.
Here is a link http to ODI ratings/rankings ://allthatcricket.com/?p=794