The MRF Tyres ICC women’s T20I Rankings is a table where international women cricket players performances are ranked using a points-based system which is worked out by doing a series of calculations leading to a sophisticated moving average. Players are rated on a scale of 0 to 1000 points.
Women’s T20I Batting Rankings
India’s Shafali Verma crowns first place in the list followed by Australia’s Beth Mooney. Top 10 Women’s T20I Batting Rankings list mentioned below based on the points and performance.
Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings
England’s Sophie Ecclestone crowns first place in the list of top women’s T20I bowlers with a point of 783. Top 10 women’s T20I bowling Rankings list mentioned below based on the points and performance.
Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings
With a rating of 386, England’s Natalie Sciver crowns the list of top 10 women’s T20I All-Rounder Rankings. Following are the list of Top 10 women’s T20I All-Rounders Rankings.
Who developed ICC Ranking System?
The ratings were developed at the suggestion of Ted Dexter in 1987.
When are the rankings updated?
Normally ICC updates the Test rankings after each Test match (usually within 12 hours) and T20I ratings at the end of each T20I series. But generally, it doesn’t publish Test rankings if another Test match is currently in progress.
On What Basis ICC Women’s Batting Ranking is decided?
- If a player’s performance is improving on his past record, his points increase; if his performance is declining his points will go down.
- The value of each player’s performance within a match is calculated using an algorithm, a series of calculations (all pre-programmed) based on various circumstances in the match.
- There is no human intervention in this calculation process, and no subjective assessment is made. There are slightly different factors for each of the different formats of the game.