The International Cricket Teams and Players qualified to play Test match cricket are known as Full Members. At present, ICC recognizes 12 countries as Full Member nations.
Cricket is one of the most thrilling games being played in and by 108 countries worldwide. Twenty-one African teams, 17 Americas teams, 25 Asian countries, 11 East-Asia Pacific countries, and 35 European nations, make this one of the most popular International Cricket Teams.
International Cricket Teams And Players
Following are the International Cricket Teams and Players who play cricket internationally:
- New Zealand
- West Indies
- South Africa
- West Indies
Criteria For Becoming An ICC Associate member
Countries where cricket is well-established and organized properly qualify as ICC Associate members. The Affiliate Membership was scrapped at the ICC’s annual conference in London in 2017.
The only two types of ICC Membership are the Full and Associate. Nepal attained ODI status on March 15, 2018, when they beat Papua New Guinea in the seventh-eighth positions playoff in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2018! Their newly-attained status is temporary and will last until 2022.
ICC Cricket World is one-day international cricket, and it’s event arranged by the “International cricket council.” It is organized every four areas in different countries of the world.
The latest ICC cricket world was held in 2019, it was managed from May 30 to July 14, and England won it while New Zealand was the runners-up. It was even hosted in England (10 venues) and Wales (1 venue). It was full of fun and a well-organized event.
Successful International Cricket Teams In Tournaments:
The most successful team in Australia; although all the teams perform well, Australia’s performance is the best among all the teams. It won 5 tournaments and became runner-up (two times). It even won three consecutive editions in 1999, 2003, and 2007.
30 International Cricket Teams Players of T20 Ranking 2023
|Ranking||Name of player||Team||Ratings||Career best rating|
|1||Surya Kumar Yadav||India||890||895 v New Zealand, 20/11/2022|
|2||Muhammad Rizwan||Pakistan||836||875 v England, 28/09/2022|
|3||Devon Conway||NewZeland||788||831 v Australia, 22/10/2022|
|4||Babar Azam||Pakistan||778||896 v England, 05/05/2019|
|5||Aiden Markram||South Africa||748||796 v England, 06/11/2021|
|6||David Malan||England||619||915 v South Africa, 01/12/2020|
|7||Glenn Phillips||New Zealand||699||703 v England, 01/11/2022|
|8||Rilee Rossouw||South Africa||693||693 v Netherlands, 06/11/2022|
|9||Aaron Finch||Australia||680||900 v Zimbabwe, 03/07/2018|
|10||Pathum Nisanka||Sri Lanka||673||698 v Pakistan, 09/09/2022|
|11||Alex Hales||England||655||866 v India, 07/09/2014|
|12||Jos Buttler||England||652||674 v New Zealand, 10/11/202|
|13||Virat Kohli||India||650||897 v England, 07/09/2014|
|14||Muhammad Waseem||UAE||626||703 v Singapore, 22/08/2022|
|15||Quinton de Knock||South Africa||614||671 v Sri Lanka, 14/09/2021|
|16||Rahmanullah Gurbaz||Afghanistan||598||620 v Zimbabwe, 17/03/2021|
|17||Brandon King||West Indies||583||585 v New Zealand, 14/08/2022|
|18||Nicholas Pooran||West Indies||582||667 v Bangladesh, 07/07/2022|
|19||KL Rahul||India||582||854 v England, 03/07/2018|
|20||Reeza Hendricks||South Africa||579||647 v Sri Lanka, 24/03/2019|
|21||Rohit Sharma||India||579||718 v West Indies, 06/11/2018|
|22||George Munsey||Scotland||572||600 v Netherlands, 19/09/2019|
|23||Rassie van der Dussen||South Africa||565||780 v West Indies, 26/06/2021|
|24||Martin Guptill||New Zealand||564||780 v West Indies, 26/06/2021|
|25||Richie Berrington||Scotland||558||587 v Oman, 21/10/2021|
|26||Paul Stirling||Ireland||599 v UAE, 07/10/2021|
|27||Hazratullah Zazai||Afghanistan||556||736 v West Indies, 16/11/2019|
|28||Finn Allen||New Zealand||554||606 v Ireland, 04/11/2022|
|29||Mitchell Marsh||Australia||552||623 v New Zealand, 14/11/2021|
|30||Bhanuka Rajapaksa||Sri Lanka||543||543 v England, 05/11/2022|
When Will The ICC Cricket World Cup Happen Now?
ICC Cricket World Cup will be the 13th edition of men in ICC cricket world cup 2023; India will host it in October and November, where ten teams will be performing.
Previous editions were also hosted in India but were partial in 1987, 1996, and 2011. But, this will be the first-ever ICC cricket world cup tournament that will entirely be played in India.
This tournament was about to be played in February and March, but later on, it was decided in July 2022 to delay the game till October and November. In 1987, it was the first time India hosted the tournament, and it had been played outside England.
What Is The History Of the Asia Cup?
Asia cup started in 1984 and was held in UAE till almost 14 cups were played, and it is considered one of the reputable tournaments. India won the Asia cup 2018 as it is also considered the most successful team in the Asia cup. At the start, it was scheduled to be played every two years, alternating after every two years in both formats.
Cricket playing countries in Asia Cup
Asia cup is one of the most awaited events by all the fans, there will be six teams playing this year, and all of them are the most promising and challenging teams. Almost six teams were playing each other in 2022, yet nearly five teams have been confirmed:
- Afghanistan, etc.
Cricket is one of the best games, and almost every nation enjoys it. No matter if their country is playing it or not. Its formats and tournaments bring a lot of thrill to the matches.
All the players put in their hard work and dedication to become the winners. Everyone tries to win all the tournaments and enlighten their and their country’s name.