ICC publicizes Ladies’s ODI batting rankings; Mithali Raj enters the highest 5

Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) has introduced the Ladies’s ODI batting rankings. The highest 10 batters remained the identical with none addition to the earlier checklist.

England batter Tammy Beaumont continued to occupy the numero-uno place with 791 scores. Beaumont smashed match-winning run a ball 87 within the first ODI towards India.

South Africa opener Lizelle Lee retained her second spot with 758 scores, whereas Australia wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy was on the third place with 756 factors.

West Indies’ captain Stafanie Taylor was positioned on the fourth place with 746 scores.

India skipper Mithali Raj jumped three positions above to enter the highest 5 checklist. Mithali had scored a 108-ball 72 through the first ODI towards England. The 38-year-old has 725 Rankings.

Australia’s Meg Lanning and New Zealand star batter Amy Satterthwaite moved a place downwards to sixth and seventh spot, respectively. Lanning has 723 score factors, while Satterthwaite has 715 scores.

England all-rounder Natalie Sciver was positioned at eighth place within the rankings, a spot forward of her earlier grading. Sciver had smoked 74 runs off the identical variety of balls within the first ODI versus India. The 28-year-old has 708 factors to her identify.

India opener Smriti Mandhana fell two positions beneath her earlier rankings to ninth place. Mandhana might solely muster ten runs within the opening sport towards England. She at the moment has 695 factors.

South Africa young-gun Laura Wolvaardt was scaled on the backside of the highest 10 checklist with 683 factors.

Within the newest @MRFWorldwide ICC Ladies’s ODI Participant Rankings for batting:

↗️ @M_Raj03 enters prime 5
↗️ @natsciver strikes up one spot

Full checklist: https://t.co/KjDYT8qgqn pic.twitter.com/szonwdMmn9

— ICC (@ICC) June 29, 2021

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