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The 2015 Cricket World Cup Live opening ceremony the opening ceremony of the cup of the 2015 world began in Christchurch in New Zealand on 12 February at 11:00 IST. Australia and the New Zealand waited for this great event for 23 years and finally the day will come when the people of these countries will be able to take advantage of the ceremony of the opening in 2015 cricket World Cup.

Australia MET his ranking number one on the line as cricket ICC Cup of world 2015 begins on Saturday

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Australia will launch his campaign to win his fifth title of the ICC cricket World Cup when he entered in the 11th edition of the top 50 on the tournament game as the number one ranked on the Reliance ICC ODI ranking by teams.

Australia will feature the day of the tournament on February 14 in Melbourne of opening when he locks horns with England, which is currently in fifth position. Earlier the same day in Christchurch, co-host and sixth New Zealand go head to head with former champion and fourth place in Sri Lanka, with only five points in the standings between both sides.

Australia enjoys a comfortable six point lead on his closest rival and reigning of the India, who square off against its traditional rival and seventh ranked Pakistan in Adelaide. Also Sunday, February 15 at Hamilton, third in South Africa takes rival continental Zimbabwe, which is currently in 10th position and escape the favourites of title by 55 points in the standings.

Twice former champion and eight class West Indies will meet Ireland 12th rank in Nelson on Monday, August 16, Februarywith 60 votes points separate the two sides.

The Australia also began as the high ranking in the World Cup of cricket ICC 2011 in the subcontinent. However, it was on the side of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who raised the trophy in Mumbai after entering the competition in second position and 12 points in the standings behind the Australia.

The Australia has the home advantage this time, he also knows a winning momentum, having won 17 ODIs with only five defeats and a result no. Since January 2014. However, this dominance does not also strongly reflected in the ICC ODI players note Reliance which includes five drummers Australia (George Bailey (11), Aaron Finch (12), Glenn Maxwell (17), Shane Watson (19), James Faulkner (22)) and two bowlers (Mitchell Johnson (fifth) and Mitchell Starc (seventh)) in the top 25.

Australia sitting drummers just outside of the top 25 are Captain Michael Clarke (27), David Warner (28) and Steven Smith (29).

Virat Kohli and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are better classified drummer and Launcher of the India in the third and 13th positions, respectively. Other drummers India to feature in the top 25 include Shikhar Dhawan (seventh), Dhoni (ninth), Rohit Sharma (13th) and Suresh Raina (25). In addition to Kumar, the India has Ravindra Jadeja (14), Ravichandran Ashwin (21st) and Mohammad Shami (24) in the top 25.

South Africa has also a significant presence in the Reliance ICC ODI note Player.

Captain AB de Villiers leads the table in the batting, followed closely by Hashim Amla with Quinton de Kock (10th) and Faf du Plessis (20th). Dale Steyn will begin that melon best classified in the melon in the tournament in third place, followed by Morne Morkel and Imran Tahir (10th) (11th).

New Zealand has played 14 ODIs in two months and won nine matches. This is also reflected in the ranking of players Reliance ICC Kane Williamson (sixth) and Ross Taylor (eighth) featuring the top 10 table of stick and Kyle Mills (20th) and Daniel Vettori (23), who is playing in his fifth World Cup Cricket, occupying positions in the top 25 bowlers.

Joe Root is the highest drummer placed England in 14th position, while James Anderson sits in fifth place on the table of the bowlers. Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq is the drummer of highest rank of his country in 14th position, while 15 rank Mohammad Irfan will spearhead the bowling attack.

Old war horses of the Sri Lanka, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardena, who will retire at the end of the 2015 cricket World Cup of ICC, will start in fourth and 22nd positions respectively, with Tillakaratne Dilshan (fifth) and Captain Angelo Mathews (16) sitting between the two stars of hitters. Rangana Herath (eighth), Sachithra Senanayake (17th) and Mathews (22) are the senior bowlers Sri Lanka.

Among the four qualifiers, Paul Stirling of the Ireland will start as the highest drummer placed in 36th position, while Captain Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan is the best class and versatile in the 31st and eighth places, respectively.

To find out exactly how cricket ICC World Cup 2015 will have an impact on the table a note, to you please click here. The ODI table is updated after each game.

Reliance ICC ODI team notes (such as February 12, 2015, before the beginning of the 2015 ICC cricket World Cup)

RANK team points in the standings

Australia 1 120

2 114 in India

3 South Africa 113

4 108 Sri Lanka

5 104 England

6 103 New Zealand

7 Pakistan 95

8 West Indies 94

9 Bangladesh 75

10 Zimbabwe 53

11 41 Afghanistan

12 Ireland 34

(Developed by David Kendix)

Reliance ICC ODI player rankings (such as February 12, 2015, before the beginning of the 2015 ICC cricket World Cup drummers

Rank Team Player Points HS Ave Note

1 AB de Villiers SA 891 52,16 899 v WI at East London 2015

2 Hashim Amla SA 867 56,41 901 v Eng at Trent Bridge 2012

3 Virat Kohli Ind 831 51.50 886 v Ban at Fatullah 2014

4 K. Sangakkara SL 823 40.99 853 v Afg to Mirpur, 2014

5 t. Dilshan SL 785! 39.00 785 v Wellington NZ 2015

6 Kane Williamson NZ 784! 46.26 784 v Pak at Napier 2015

7 Shikhar Dhawan Ind 725 42.75 785 v SL to Hyderabad, 2014

8 Ross Taylor NZ 722! 41.99 722 v Pak at Napier 2015

9 MS Dhoni Ind 721 52.29 836 v Aus at Delhi 2009

10 Kock Quinton its 720 * 749 v Aus Sydney 2014 42.45

11 George Bailey Aus 717 41.74 867 v SA 2014 in Harare

12 Aaron Finch Aus 680 * 692 37,10 v Ind at Sydney 2015

Rohit Sharma Ind 13 674 38.90 684 v Aus Melbourne 2015

14 = Misbah-ul-Haq Pak 664 42.99 744 v SL at Fatullah 2014

Joe Root Eng 664 40.00 688 v SL at Colombo (RPS) 2014

16 Angelo Mathews SL 662 40.31 707 v Eng at Colombo (RPS) 2014

17 Glenn Maxwell Aus 644 *! 30.67 644 v Eng at Perth 2015

18 Ahmed Shehzad Pak 643 34.82 670 v Ban at Mirpur 2014

19 Shane Watson Aus 636 40.57 773 v SL at Hambantota 2011

20 faf du Plessis SA 630 33.84 703 v NZ at oval Bay 2014

21. Mr. Hafeez Pak 629 31.10 665 v Ban at Mirpur 2014

22 = M. Jayawardena SL 628 33,48 738 v WI at Colombo (RPS) 2001

James Faulkner Aus 628 *! 48.12. 628 v Eng at Perth 2015

24 Jos Buttler Eng 625 31.63 633 v Ind at Perth 2015

25 Suresh Raina Ind 623 35.44 669 v Eng at Dharamsala 2013

Bowlers

Rank Team Player Points HS Ave Note

1 Saeed Ajmal Pak 744 22.18 4.13 810 v SA at Centurion 2013

2 Sunil Narine WI 734 26.49 4.10 791 v SL 2013 at the Jamaica

3 Dale Steyn SA 724 25,14 4.80 746 v Ind at Durban 2013

4 James Anderson Eng 706 28.84 4.90 719 v SA at The Oval 2013

5 Mitchell Johnson Aus 683 25.50 4.82 724 v Ban at Darwin, 2008

6 Shakib Al Hasan Ban 680 27.92 4.26 717 v Zim at Chittagong, 2009

7 Mitchell Starc Aus 636 * 21,27 5.00 647 v Ind at Sydney 2015

8 = M. Hafeez Pak 629 35.01 4.06 769 v Ind at Kolkata 2013

Rangana Herath SL 629 31.07 4.40 703 v SA at Pallekele 2013

10 morne Morkel SA 628 24.69 4.95 717 v SL at East London 2012

11 Imran Tahir SA 625 * 20.23 4.39 631 v WI at East London 2015

12 Steven Finn Eng 624 28.41 4.87 755 v NZ in Auckland 2013

13 B Kumar Ind 620 37.15 4.62 657 v WI at Dharamsala 2014

14 Ravindra Jadeja Ind 618 32.76 4.81 738 v Zim at Bulawayo 2013

15 Mohammad Irfan Pak  614 29.92 621 4.90 v NZ in Abu Dhabi 2014

16 James Tredwell Eng 613 27.81 4.77 646 v SL at Pallekele 2014

17 Shahid Afridi Pak 613 33.96 4.62 673 v Ban at Mirpur 2011

18 S. Senanayake SL 610 34.77 4.69 656 v NZ at Christchurch 2015

19 Clint McKay Aus 609 24.37 4.78 709 v Eng at Cardiff 2013

20 Kyle Mills NZ 605 27.02 4.72 722 v Aus at Melbourne 2009

21 Mr. Ban Mortaza 600 30.51 4.67 653 v Zim at Mirpur, 2009

22 R. Ashwin Ind 600 32.64 4.90 691 v SL at Hambantota 2012

23 Daniel Vettori NZ 595 32.30 4.13 788 v Eng at Durham 2008

24 Angelo Mathews SL 593 34.79 4.52 649 v Ind at Trinidad 2013

25 Mr. Shami Ind 593 26,74 5.67 636 v WI at Delhi 2014

26 Kemar Roach WI 593 26.85 4.90 650 v Pak at St Lucia 2013

Cricket All Rounders

Rank team player HS Points Note

1 Shakib Al Hasan 1 403 453 v Ban Zim Chittagong, 2009

2 M. Hafeez Pak 396 438 v Ind at Kolkata 2013

3 Angelo Mathews SL 393 427 v Eng at Colombo (RPS) 2014

4 T. Dilshan SL 389 407 v NZ Hamilton 2015

5 Shahid Afridi Pak 348 383 v Ban at Mirpur 2011

6 James Faulkner Aus 327 * /! 327 v Eng at Perth 2015

7 Ravindra Jadeja Ind 319 378 v Eng at Edgbaston 2013

8 Mr. Nabi Afg 290 296 v Ireland in Dubai (GCA) 2015

9 Shane Watson Aus 275 433 v WI at St Lucia 2012

10 Glenn Maxwell Aus 270 / *! 270 v Eng at Perth 2015

indicates provisional note; a drummer qualifies for a full rating after a minimum of 40 runs began. a player qualifies for a full rating after it granted 1,500 tracks.

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