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ODI Most Valuable Players 2011 (all teams)

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The 6th Vineet’s ODI Most Valuable Players 2011 (all teams) Rankings are out! You can check out the ODI Most Valuable Players 2010 here

Shane Watson was the Player of 2011! Heads and Shoulders above the rest. However with Australia on a slide probably he didn’t get much noticed. He score 1139 runs at an average of 57 and took 17 wickets at an average of 41.05 and eco rate of 4.81. He also took 13 catches. Stirling of Ireland came next scoring 450 runs at an ave of 40.9 and a strike rate of 120, and took 6 wickets at an ave of 54.5 and eco rate of 4.6. He also took 8 catches.

Shahid Afridi kept his form scoring 462 runs in 27 matches at an ave of 22 but a strike rate of 127. He took 45 wickets at an ave of 20.82 and a eco rate of 4.18. He took 8 catches to prove his worth at all platforms. This performance made him the 3rd most valuable player of 2011.

RN ten Doeschate of Netherlands came 4th scoring 307 runs in just 6 matches he played, nevertheless at an average of 61.48 at a nice strike rate of 89.2!! But wait, while bowling he took 7 wickets in 6 matches at an average of 46 RPW to finish with an economy rate of 6.19!! He also took 2 catches. Great going indeed as ever.

Yuvraj Singh returned from injury and directly into form taking the 5th spot with an average of 50.3 at a strike rate of 81.9 while scoring 453 runs in 14 matches he played. He also took 6 catches. He took 20 wickets at an ave of 26.05 and a eco rate of 5. Astounding!

S. No. Player  M R HS   Ave   SR   R W Ave   Eco Ct  St VRKP
1 SR Watson (Aus)  23 1139 185*  57 109 698 17 41.05 4.81 13 0 83.9
2 PR Stirling (Ire)  11 450 113 40.9 120 327 6 54.5 4.6 8 0 77.1
3 Shahid Afridi (Pak)  27 462 75 22 127 937 45 20.82 4.18 8 0 67.7
4 RN ten Doeschate (Neth)  6 307 119 61.4 89.2 322 7 46 6.19 2 0 67.3
5 Yuvraj Singh (India)  14 453 113 50.3 81.9 521 20 26.05 5 6 0 66.6
6 Mohammad Hafeez (Pak)  32 1075 139*  37.1 76.3 811 32 25.34 3.54 6 0 66.5
7 V Sehwag (India)  12 645 219 53.8 123         3 0 66.3
8 RJ Peterson (SA)  9 78 31 19.5 105 329 18 18.27 4.63 6 0 66.1
9 RA Jadeja (India)  13 220 78 31.4 87 555 24 23.12 4.95 7 0 62.6
10 JDP Oram (NZ)  12 90 25 18 115 455 23 19.78 4.59 7 0 60.5
11 JH Kallis (SA)  10 370 76 37 76.1 217 8 27.12 4.52 7 0 59.2
12 AB de Villiers (SA)  10 467 134 51.9 105         7 1 58.9
13 AD Russell (WI)  16 336 92*  33.6 124 603 21 28.71 5.34 5 0 58.3
14 Saeed Ajmal (Pak)  20 43 20 14.3 45.3 581 34 17.08 3.48 3 0 57.8
15 MG Johnson (Aus)  22 208 57 23.1 106 817 39 20.94 4.43 3 0 57.3
16 PW Borren (Neth)  10 314 84 39.3 78.3 239 5 47.8 4.34 6 0 56.8
17 LL Tsotsobe (SA)  9 10 4*  5 62.5 295 18 16.38 4.4 1 0 56.4
18 Mudassar Bukhari (Neth)  10 174 41 24.9 107 399 13 30.69 4.58 0 0 56.2
19 Shakib Al Hasan (Ban)  20 564 79 33.2 71.8 702 25 28.08 4.33 3 0 56.1
20 KD Mills (NZ)  7 28 17 14 108 236 11 21.45 4.02 1 0 54.8
21 GP Swann (Eng)  21 160 31 17.8 112 853 31 27.51 4.44 4 0 54.7
22 NLTC Perera (SL)  10 108 25 12 106 373 15 24.86 4.54 4 0 54.5
23 R Rampaul (WI)  15 130 86*  26 85 601 28 21.46 4.98 4 0 53.3
24 A Martin (WI)  9 10 4*  10 34.5 296 11 26.9 4 3 0 51.8
25 PD Collingwood (Eng)  8 114 30*  19 101 199 5 39.8 4.14 3 0 51.1
26 B Lee (Aus)  19 60 39*  20 107 717 33 21.72 4.59 8 0 50.9
27 GH Dockrell (Ire)  10 55 19 18.3 87.3 347 12 28.91 4.3 5 0 50.7
28 SL Malinga (SL)  24 92 32*  9.2 131 924 48 19.25 4.8 1 0 49.7
29 M Morkel (SA)  14 11 6 2.2 30.6 459 26 17.65 4.46 6 0 49.4
30 SJ Benn (WI)  7 22 6 4.4 48.9 276 16 17.25 4.77 0 0 49.3

Where are the 2010 Most Valuable Players?

Only Shahid Afridi remained in Top 5. However Kallis and De Villiers did enough to be in the Top 12. However Tendulkar and Amla slipped away to just be under top 100.

S.No. Name Country
1 SR Tendulkar (India) 63
2 AB de Villiers (SA) 12
3 JH Kallis (SA) 11
4 HM Amla (SA) 89
5 Shahid Afridi (Pak) 3

*These rankings are based on Players who’ve 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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