Veteran Indian batter and captain Mithali Raj slipped 3 spots in the latest ICC Women’s ODI Rankings to No.7 in the batting charts after her below-average performance in the marquee ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. She has scored just 45 runs in the 3 games, so far, in the tournament.
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Star Australia wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy has retained her No.1 spot in the batting charts and England’s Tammy Beaumont is ranked No.2 with 725 rating points.
New Zealand’s Amy Satterthwaite has made a big jump in the rankings and she has moved from No. 8 to No. 3 in the ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings. She smashed brilliant 75 runs in the game against India and then scored 44 against Australia.
Proteas Wolvaardt is another player who has made big gains as she broke into the top 10 at No.5 in the batting charts after her 75 runs and 77 runs in South Africa’s triumphs against Pakistan and England.
Veteran Jhulan Goswami Slips To No.6 Spot In The ICC Women’s ODI Rankings
Veteran Indian pacerslipped 2 spots to No. 6 in the latest ICC rankings despite her decent performance. She recently became the leading wicket-taker in the history of the Women’s ODI World Cup.
Meanwhile, Sophie Ecclestone’s brilliant performance in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022, despite her team’s failure, has helped her to become the No.1 bowler in the ODI rankings. She leapfrogged Australia’s Jess Jonassen to grab the No.1 spot.
Also, Marizanne Kapp has made big gains after her 5-wicket haul against England that helped the South African team win the game.
Here’s The Latest ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings:
💥 Batters Satterthwaite, Wolvaardt make big gains
🔥 Marizanne Kapp enters top five in bowlers list
👊 Hayley Matthews makes all-round gains
A lot of movements in theICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings this week.
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