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Associate ODI Ranking Table

ASSOCIATE ODI TABLE

ODI Rank

Country

Played

Won

Tied

Loss

Win %

13

Netherlands

4

3

0

1

75%

14

Scotland

23

12

0

11

52%

15

Nepal

4

2

0

2

50%

16

U.A.E.

23

11

0

12

48%

 
Last updated: 26 March 2018 (includes all qualifying matches played since 1 May 2014)

Following the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier held in Zimbabwe from 4 to 25 March 2018, the four Associate Members (AMs) with confirmed ODI status (ODI AMs) for the period 2018 to 2022* are:

  • Scotland and United Arab Emirates (Retain ODI status by finishing in the top two highest ranked Associate Members in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018).
  • Nepal (Finishing as the third highest Associate Member at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier was awarded ODI status).
  • Netherlands (Winning the ICC World Cricket League Championship 2015-2017 secured the 13th team in the new ODI League for the Netherlands and as a result was awarded ODI status).

Hong Kong and Papua New Guinea both lost their ODI status as a result of finishing as the lowest two ranked Associate Members at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier. However, Hong Kong has retained T20I status (having previously qualified for the ICC World T20 2016).

The Associate ODI Table ranks the current four ODI AMs and includes all ‘qualifying’ matches played in the preceding rolling three to four year period, i.e. since May 2014. These ‘qualifying’ matches include

  • All ODIs played against other AMs (including Ireland or Afghanistan prior to their elevation to Full Membership in June 2017),
  • Non-ODIs played between the current four ODI AMs against current or previous ODI AMs during the ICC CWC Qualifier.

Positions on the Associate ODI Rankings are determined by a simple win percentage, i.e. matches won divided by matches completed.