This chart shows the hierarchy of cricket, at least in terms of the 2019 World Cup qualification.
The top seven other teams in the ODI Rankings in September 2017.
Currently: Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the West Indies.
The top two teams in the 2018 ICC World Cup Qualifier, which features:
The bottom four ranked teams in the ODI rankings (currently, Pakistan, Ireland, Zimbabwe & Afghanistan)
The top four teams in the 2015-17 ICC World Cricket League, which features:
Scotland, the UAE, Hong Kong, PNG, the Netherlands, Namibia, Kenya and Nepal
The top two teams in the 2018 ICC WCL Div 2, which features:
4 other teams, and the top two from Div 3, which features:
Canada, Uganda, Malaysia, Singapore, and the top two from Div 4, which features:
Denmark, Italy, Bermuda, the USA, and the top two from Div 5, which features:
Oman, Jersey, Tanzania, Nigeria, and the top two from Div 6, which features:
Guernsey, the Cayman Islands, Vanuatu, Botswana, Suriname, Saudi Arabia, Fiji and Norway.