It is an exciting time in one-day international cricket, with a number of bilateral series taking place and then five teams converging for the Asia Cup in Bangladesh.
Once the dust has settled, and we are left with just the final of the Asia Cup on March 8, how will the ICC World ODI Rankings look?
It is an interesting question, and to answer that we will use the ICC Rankings Predictor, which will project how things may stand.
With the series between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka now at an end, there are two other bilateral ODI series, both involving West Indies.
Ireland travel to the Caribbean for a one-off ODI and are then followed by England, who play three matches as a warm-up for the ICC World Twenty20.
First, let’s take a look at how the ODI rankings currently stack up: