Mithali Raj and Stafanie Taylor
In the ICC Women's rankings, announced on Tuesday, West Indies skipper Stafanie Taylor overtook Indian rival Mithali Raj from the leading position to regain her status as the No. 1 ODI hitter.
Taylor also earned the No. 1 ODI all-rounder following a brilliant performance in the first ODI in Coolidge, which enabled the West Indies beat Pakistan by five wickets. Taylor's Player performance of three for 29 and an undefeated 105 has propelled her to the top of all three rankings.
She has won 4 places and moved India's skipper Mithali Raj from the top, got 3 places to 16th with bowler and finished in two places amongst the rounders, displacing the Australian Ellyse Perry.
Taylor, who has topped all three lists at different times in the past, initially topped the batters ranking in March 2012, and the last time she had been at the peak was in November 2014. She was last ranked number one in the all-rounder’s rankings in July 2017. In the most recent monthly update, all-rounder Deandra Dottin reenters the standings in 28th place, after playing in the first two ODIs of the West Indies-Pakistan tournament.
After a knock off 55 in the first match, Natalie Sciver of England has moved up 2 places to 9th place in the ICC Women's T20I Team Rankings, which were released after the first two matches of the continual England-India series. India all-rounder Deepti Sharma has moved up two places to 37th place.
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