ICC Women’s ODI Batters Rank list
Women’s Australian cricket team skipper Meg Lanning reclaim the No.1 position for batters. While Indian player Smriti Mandhana has dropped to fourth place in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s ODI Player Rankings.
Lanning’s upward move in rankings came after playing a leading role in her side’s 3-0 whitewash of New Zealand in Brisbane that saw the six-time world champions record 21 consecutive wins in the format.
The 28-year-old amassed an aggregate of 163 runs in two matches, including a Player of the Match execution of 101* in the subsequent installation, which helped her develop four places and remove her Caribbean partner Stafanie Taylor from the top.
This is the fifth time that Lanning has snatched the best position. Lanning, who earlier grab the spot in October 2018, has been No.1 for a sum of 902 days since the first run through in November 2014, the ICC public statement expressed.
In the interim, Mandhana and captain Mithali Raj are the only two batswomen from India to enrolled in the top 10 positions. Mandhana and Raj are remaining at the fourth and tenth position with 732 and 687 points, respectively.
Australia’s Rachael Haynes, who drove the side in the last ODI in the wake of Lanning was precluded because of a hamstring injury, was another player for the side to gain speedy ground. Haynes has increased seven spots to arrive at a profession best thirteenth situation subsequent to completing as the most productive scorer in the series with 222 runs that involved thumps of 44, 82, and 96.
Women’s ODI Bowlers Rank List
In the ICC ODI rankings for bowlers, left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen’s eight wickets in the series, which included taking off 4/36 in the followed match, united her situation at the top of the table with a career-best 804 rating points. She had begun the arrangement at 754 rating points, just four focuses not as much as her past best of 758 recorded a year ago.
The first time Jonassen topped the ODI bowler’s list was in July 2017 and she has been No.1 for 599 days spread more than six spells, including the ongoing one that started in October 2019.
Spinners Georgia Wareham (up from 35th to 24th) and Sophie Molineux (reappeared at 44th) too have made remarkable progress in the latest update.
Jhulan Goswami (691 focuses), Poonam Yadav (679 focuses), and Shikha Pandey (675 focuses) are remaining at the fifth, 6th, and seventh spots, individually for India. Deepti Sharma, then again, is possessing the tenth spot with 639 focuses.
In the ICC Women’s ODI Team Rankings, Australia and New Zealand stay in first and fifth positions, individually. Australia has gained two points since the yearly rankings update a week ago to move up to 162 points while New Zealand have lost two during the series and are currently on 92.