“Ever since my Dad introduced me to the game of cricket, I have loved it.
“Ever since he told me about his system of Test Country ranking, which he started in 1945 when he was 10 years old, using only a pen and paper, I have been hooked!
“Having the benefit of a computer, I have been able to ‘fine tune’ his system – with his agreement.
“It only remains to see if my son Jonah will carry on the tradition.”
The recent completed series have resulted in significant table movement - take a look at the graph to see how each series made a difference.
We believe this system to be one of the most accurate ways of ranking test cricket... to see the thinking and maths behind this claim, take a look at the methodology page. Here you will also find a list of FAQ’s and ways to contact us.
Who has led the rankings for longest, most often, highest score... take a look at the roll of honour.
We will be adding various other tables showing different records. With India’s convincing series against Australia we decided to investigate the Biggest Series wins in terms of points gained. Australia’s whitewash of England comes in as the 10th best series ever
In looking at each countries stats - it was also time to create a table of the highest and lowest scores achieved by each country - especially as India were currently on their highest ever score and West Indies and Zimbabwe were on their lowest ever scores! (In Sep 2005 - Zimbabwe gained 0.08 points just moving them off from their lowest ever score. But West Indies are within a whisker of creating a new all-time low!)
To see detailed stats for each country...
With England’s run per wicket totalling 162.5 against Bangladesh in June 2005 we investigated whether this was the highest run-rate records
A recent addition to the site is the News and Sites page, this has live cricket news and links to some of the best Cricket websites around