Mithali Raj, the captain of the Indian women's ODI squad
Mithali Raj, the captain of the Indian women's ODI squad, has reclaimed the top place in the ICC Women's ODI Player Rankings for batters. This occurred following the most recent season rating review, which needed to consider the West Indies' and Pakistan's results over the last 3 games of their five-match series.
Mithali's ascent was aided by Stafanie Taylor, the West Indies captain, losing 30 points after hitting 49 and 21 in her two innings at the crease. Mithali has reached the summit of the hitters' rankings for the eighth time since she first did it upwards of 16 years ago.
Taylor, who had recovered the 1st place last week with to an undefeated hundred throughout the tournament' opening match, has regained her leading position among all-rounders to Australia's Ellyse Perry and has dropped three places with spinners following being wicketless throughout the 3 games.
Deepti Sharma has gone up one slot to 36th place among hitters, and adolescent wicketkeeper Richa Ghosh has bumped closer nine positions to 72nd place between batters. With her match-winning 89 not out, England opener Danielle Wyatt has climbed four places to 17th rank overall batters, while Katherine Brunt has climbed four places to 7th position after dismissing openers Mandy Moore and Katie Taylor.
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