October 4, 2022

Mithali Raj, Smriti Mandhana slip in ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

India captain Mithali Raj’s plunge in the ICC ODI rankings went on as she slipped three spots to seventh while opener Smriti Mandhana dropped to eleventh in the most recent standings delivered on Tuesday, considering the continuous World Cup in New Zealand.

Raj, who slipped several spots last week, has 696 focuses after she was excused for 31 and 5 against New Zealand and West Indies separately.

She is presently joint seventh with Australia opener Rachael Haynes.

Mandhana, then again, moved out of the main 10 to eleventh in spite of hitting 123 against West Indies on Saturday.

Veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami, who turned into the main wicket-taker in World Cups, has additionally slipped two spots to be 6th in the bowlers’ outline while Deepti Sharma kept up with her 6th spot in the all-rounders’ list.Sophie Ecclestone, Amy Satterthwaite, Marizanne Kapp and Laura Wolvaardt have all taken significant jumps in the rankings after their sizzling exhibitions in the continuous World Cup.

Regardless of England neglecting to dominate a solitary game at the World Cup, Ecclestone has been a focusing light for her group, bowling with extraordinary discipline.

Her exhibitions have seen her ascent to the No.1 spot in the bowling graphs, overwhelming Australia’s Jess JonassenThe other huge gainer in the bowling outlines is Marizanne Kapp, who enlisted the best-at any point figures of her worldwide vocation during South Africa’s three-wicket win against England.

Her 5/45 assisted South Africa with confining England to 235/9 and she made a convenient commitment with the bat also during the pursuit, contributing with a fundamental 32 runs.

In the batting outlines, New Zealand’s Satterthwaite and South Africa’s Laura Wolvaardt have been the two major gainers.

Satterthwaite scored 75 in New Zealand’s 62-run win against India and afterward scored 44 as her side disintegrated to a 141-run rout against Australia.
Her exhibitions have seen her ascent up to No.3 in the batting rankings, up to five spots.

Wolvaardt, who scored 75 and 77 in South Africa’s triumphs against Pakistan and England individually, rose seven spots to break into the main 10 of the batting diagrams, at No.5.In the every one of rounders’ outlines, Hayley Matthews has seen her stocks ascend after consistent exhibitions for the West Indies.

She scored 45 and 43 in West Indies’ matches against England and India, while likewise enlisting figures of 2/40 and 1/65 in those games.
This has seen her benefit two spots, up to No.2 in the graphs.

Ashleigh Gardner has additionally acquired two spots to climb to No.7, after her star appearing in the match against New Zealand, where she scored an unbeaten 48 and enrolled bowling figures of 2/15.

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