India captain Mithali Raj on Tuesday misplaced her prime spot within the ICC Ladies’s ODI Rankings for batters as she slid to the third place whereas veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami climbed two locations to second within the bowlers’ checklist.
The 38-year-old Raj, who scored simply 87 runs at a median of 29 within the just-concluded three-match collection towards Australia, now has 738 factors in her kitty.
Australia’s Lizelle Lee (761) grabbed the highest spot after gaining one place whereas her compatriot Alyssa Healy, who scored 112 runs within the three-match collection towards India, is at second spot with 750 factors.
🔹 Beth Mooney breaks into prime 10 in batting
🔹 Jhulan Goswami is the brand new No.2 bowler
🔹 Ashleigh Gardner jumps 4 spots within the all-rounder rankings
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One other Indian, Smriti Mandhana climbed one place to be at quantity six with 710 factors.
The 38-year-old Goswami’s stellar present throughout ODI collection towards Australia additionally took her to second spot.
Goswami took 4 wickets within the collection which India misplaced 1-2, together with the three-wicket haul for 37 runs within the ultimate match which India received to interrupt Australia’s astonishing successful streak of 26 ODIs.
She had a median of 28.75 within the three matches.
Goswami additionally gained three locations to be at 10th spot amongst all-rounders with 251 factors.
Australia’s Jess Jonassen continued to guide the bowling chart with 760 factors as towards 727 of Goswami.
One other Australian Meghan Scutt occupies third spot with 717 factors after dropping one place.
Others making waves within the bowler’s rankings had been the England duo of Anya Shrubsole and Kate Cross, each of whom jumped into the highest ten, occupying the ninth and 10th spots respectively.
Shrubsole gained 4 locations after selecting three wickets within the ultimate two ODIs towards New Zealand, whereas Cross’ spell of three/44 within the fifth ODI helped her transfer up 5 slots.
The highlight among the many batters was on Beth Mooney. She rocketed up eight locations to interrupt into the highest ten, sitting at No. 8, slightly below compatriot Meg Lanning by 9 ranking factors.
Mooney’s marvellous efficiency towards India included a surprising century in addition to a half-century as she amassed 177 runs at a strike price of 89.84.
Within the all-rounder’s rankings, Ashleigh Gardner scaled 4 locations to succeed in the sixth place whereas Ellyse Perry’s poor type led to her dropping two positions, pushing South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp to the highest of the all-rounders’ rankings.
India’s Deepti Sharma dropped one place to be at fifth.