The ICC ratings reveal the top 10 players who have shown dominance in the existing game. The ICC ranking table classifies the players based on a point system worked by a series of examinations. Each player is allocated points for every ODI match that they play. Then the average is estimated for all the ODI matches played during the concerned period. The final rating reflects the average run of the player. Here is a list of the players that have the highest ICC batting ratings in ODI for Australia.

1. GS Chappell

Gregory Stephen Chappell is a former right-hand batter. On the grounds of Melbourne, he made his ODI debut in 1971 against England. Chappell played 74 matches and scored 2331 runs in 72 innings with an average of 40.18. On 3 February 1981, he achieved his career-best record of 921. The opposition was New Zealand. He played his last ODI match in 1983 against Sri Lanka.

2. DM Jones

Dean Mervyn Jones was a former right-hand batter. He made his ODI debut on 30 January 1984 against Pakistan at Adelaide. The batsman played 164 matches and scored 6068 runs in 161 innings with an average of 44.61. On 9 March 1991, he achieved his career-best rating of 918 against West Indies. He played his last ODI match in 1994 against South Africa.

3. MG Bevan

Michael Gwyl Bevan is a former left-hand batter. He made his ODI debut on 14 April against Sri Lanka at Sharjah. The batsman played 232 ODI matches and scored 6912 in 196 innings with an average of 53.58. On 17 January 1999, he achieved his career-best rating of 885 against England. He played his last match on 29 February 2009 against Sri Lanka.

4. DA Warner

David Andrew Warner is a left-hand batter who played his first ODI match on 18 January 2009 against South Africa at Hobart. He played 128 ODI games and scored 5455 runs in 126 innings with an average of 45.45. Warner holds the record of the second-most ODI century in a calendar year; the batsman scored seven centuries in 2016. On 26 January 2017, he achieved his career-best rating of 880 against Pakistan.

5. KC Wessels

Kepler Christoffel Wessels is a former left-hand batter. He made his ODI debut on 9 January 1983 against New Zealand at Melbourne. He played 109 matches and scored 3367 runs in 105 innings with an average of 34.35. He achieved his career-best rating of 872 on 23 January 1985 against Sri Lanka.

6. GJ Bailey

George John Bailey is a former right-hand batter. He made his first ODI appearance on 16 March 2012 against West Indies at Kingstown. The batsman played 90 matches and scored 3044 runs in 85 innings with an average of 40.58. On 27 August 2014, he achieved his career-best rating of 867 against South Africa. He played his last match on 9 December 2016 against New Zealand in Melbourne.

7. MEK Hussey

Michael Edward Killeen Hussey is a former left-hand batter who made his ODI debut on 1 February 2004 against India at Perth. He is known by his nickname ‘Mr. Cricket’ because of his stats. He played 185 matches and scored 5442 runs in 157 innings with an average of 48.15. On 28 January 2007, he achieved his career-best rating of 857 against New Zealand. He played his last ODI match on 3 September 2012 against Pakistan at Sharjah.

8. ME Waugh

Mark Edward Waugh is a former right-hand batter and a right-arm medium bowler. On 11 December 1998, he made his ODI debut against Pakistan at Adelaide. The batsman played 244 matches and scored 8500 runs in 236 innings with an average of 39.35. He achieved his career-best rating of 852 against New Zealand on 11 March 1996 and took retirement from ODI cricket after playing his last match on 3 February 2002 against South Africa at Perth.

9. ML Hayden

Matthew Lawrence Hayden is a former left-hand opening batter. He made his ODI debut on 19 May 1993 against England at Manchester. The batsman played 161 ODI matches and scored 6133 runs in 155 innings with an average of 43.80. On 15 February 2003, he achieved his career-best rating of 850 against India. He played his last match on 4 March 2008 against India at Brisbane.

10. DC Boon

David Clarence Boon is a former right-hand top-order batter. He played his first ODI match against West Indies at Melbourne on 12 February 1984. The batsman played 181 games and scored 5964 runs in 177 innings with an average of 37.04. Boon achieved his career-best rating of 835 against Sri Lanka on 10 January 1988 and played his last ODI match on 15 March 1995 against West Indies at Kingstown.