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ODI Batsmen Rankings 2011 (all teams)

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The ODI Batsmen’s Ranking 2011 is out! Well January is back, and so is the Sixth edition of Vineet’s Cricket Rankings (check out the ODI Batsmen Rankings 2010 here)! And though there are some surprises, the top of the heap is captured by none other than super duper Virender Sehwag!! He hit the only second double century ever in ODI and the only one this year. He now has the highest score in One Dayers. Sehwag scored 645 runs averaging 53.75 in just 12 matches and a strike rate of 123.09. Although he way beyond Shane Watson’s aggregate of 1139 runs, but his astonishing strike rate pipped the scale in his favour. He smashed 1 double century and a century and 1 half-century on the way to achieving this. Shane Watson came second. He scored 1139 runs at an average of 56.95 and a strike rate of 108.89. He was unstoppable as he smashed 2 centuries and 8 half-centuries on the way to achieving this.

He is followed by AB de Villiers who scored 467 runs in just 10 matches at an average of 51.88 (much lower than last year) at a nice strike rate of 104.94!! He smashed 2 centuries and 2 half-centuries on the way to achieving this. RN Ten Doeschate (my all time favorite) made the cut at number 4 scoring 307 runs in just 6 matches at a high average of 61.4 at a good strike rate of 89.24! He smashed 2 centuries and 1 half-centuries in his 6 visits to the crease. Awesome! Stirling of Ireland scored 450 runs in 11 matches to come 5th. He did this at an average of 40.9 and a high strikerate of 119.68. This year’s highest strike rate in Top 30 was also an Irish – O Brien and his strike rate was 126.07 but his low average of 29.45 pegged him down at number 19.

But then who are the teams of 2011? Well India is way ahead of everyone with 7 batsmen in top 30 – an alltime record!! And 6 of them made it to the Top 20!! Again, an alltime record!! Everyone who plays in the top order made the list. South Africa is right there after them with 45 batmsen in Top 30. And next are English and the New Zealanders.

S. No. Player  M R HS   Ave   BF   SR   Final
1 V Sehwag (India)  12 645 219 53.75 524 123.09 63.8
2 SR Watson (Aus)  23 1139 185*  56.95 1046 108.89 55.3
3 AB de Villiers (SA)  10 467 134 51.88 445 104.94 50.9
4 RN ten Doeschate (Neth)  6 307 119 61.4 344 89.24 48.3
5 PR Stirling (Ire)  11 450 113 40.9 376 119.68 47.6
6 SR Tendulkar (India)  11 513 120 46.63 579 88.6 40.6
7 MN Waller (Zim)  7 245 99*  40.83 230 106.52 40.0
8 AN Cook (Eng)  15 600 119 46.15 644 93.16 39.7
9 BRM Taylor (Zim)  17 743 128*  49.53 868 85.59 38.7
10 KS Williamson (NZ)  9 270 100*  67.5 278 97.12 38.0
11 HM Amla (SA)  15 632 116*  45.14 718 88.02 37.7
12 V Kohli (India)  34 1381 117 47.62 1614 85.56 36.7
13 H Patel (Can)  6 232 62 38.66 245 94.69 36.5
14 RG Sharma (India)  16 611 95 55.54 739 82.67 36.4
15 IJL Trott (Eng)  29 1315 137 52.6 1643 80.03 36.1
16 LMP Simmons (WI)  17 792 122 49.5 993 79.75 35.9
17 MS Dhoni (India)  24 764 91*  58.76 850 89.88 35.8
18 JP Duminy (SA)  15 563 99 43.3 630 89.36 35.7
19 KJ O’Brien (Ire)  12 324 113 29.45 257 126.07 34.3
20 G Gambhir (India)  19 720 97 40 827 87.06 33.3
21 MJ Clarke (Aus)  24 900 101 56.25 1130 79.64 32.9
22 MJ Guptill (NZ)  16 650 105 54.16 842 77.19 32.4
23 AJ Strauss (Eng)  14 513 158 36.64 574 89.37 32.3
24 C Kieswetter (Eng)  16 489 72*  32.6 486 100.61 32.0
25 DPMD Jayawardene (SL)  27 1032 144 46.9 1249 82.62 31.7
26 Yuvraj Singh (India)  14 453 113 50.33 553 81.91 30.9
27 LRPL Taylor (NZ)  17 561 131*  51 662 84.74 29.4
28 AD Russell (WI)  16 336 92*  33.6 270 124.44 28.9
29 GC Wilson (Ire)  10 301 61 33.44 334 90.11 28.8
30 KC Sangakkara (SL)  27 1127 111 51.22 1537 73.32 28.8

Where are the top 5 batsmen of the year 2010?

Although only Tillekratne Dilshan dropped out of top 30, we saw only de Villier maintain his form to the highest level. He’s made this 3 times consecutively, which makes him the most consistent Batsman of them all in the 2009-2011 period. Watch out!

1 HM Amla (SA) 11
2 AB de Villiers (SA) 3
3 AJ Strauss (Eng) 23
4 G Gambhir (India) 20
5 TM Dilshan (SL) 45

And the Indians? India is way ahead of everyone with 7 batsmen in top 30 – an alltime record!! And 6 of them made it to the Top 20!! Again, an alltime record!! Everyone who plays in the top order made the list. Manoj Tiwary was unlucky not to have made the cut having played only 5 matches. However his projected score makes the cut at 30th position and that takes the Indian Top 30 challengers to 8! Even Dravid could have made it to the Top 40 had he played more than 5 matches.

S. No. Player  M R HS   Ave   BF   SR   Final
1 V Sehwag (India)  12 645 219 53.75 524 123.09 63.8
6 SR Tendulkar (India)  11 513 120 46.63 579 88.6 40.6
12 V Kohli (India)  34 1381 117 47.62 1614 85.56 36.7
14 RG Sharma (India)  16 611 95 55.54 739 82.67 36.4
17 MS Dhoni (India)  24 764 91*  58.76 850 89.88 35.8
20 G Gambhir (India)  19 720 97 40 827 87.06 33.3
26 Yuvraj Singh (India)  14 453 113 50.33 553 81.91 30.9
34 SK Raina (India)  29 722 84 31.39 725 99.58 27.6
46 YK Pathan (India)  14 282 105 23.5 233 121.03 25.1
64 AM Rahane (India)  11 340 91 30.9 453 75.05 20.6
74 PA Patel (India)  21 491 95 24.55 602 81.56 19.0
74 RA Jadeja (India)  13 220 78 31.42 253 86.95 19.0
117 P Kumar (India)  13 51 25*  25.5 46 110.86 12.0
138 R Ashwin (India)  18 122 36*  17.42 152 80.26 9.6
141 U Yadav (India)  6 17 11*    19 89.47 9.2
156 Harbhajan Singh (India)  17 107 41 13.37 159 67.29 6.8
170 MM Patel (India)  21 12 6*  6 17 70.58 5.1
196 A Nehra (India)  7 9 6*  2.25 25 36 1.9
198 R Vinay Kumar (India)  13 24 18 8 65 36.92 1.8
206 Z Khan (India)  14 62 24 7.75 123 50.4 0.1

*These rankings are based on Players whos played 5 matches or more. These rankings are prepared solely by myself based on owned algorithms. These have no relation with ICC or any other rankings calculated elsewhere in the world.

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