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Smriti Mandhana moves to fourth in ICC T20I rankings; Suzie Bates retains her top spot

Australia’s Ashleigh Gardener was one other distinguished gainer within the newest replace as she jumped 18 locations within the High-20.

Smriti Mandhana
Smriti Mandhana. (Picture by Quinn Rooney/Getty Photographs)

ICC Ladies’s T20 World Cup is only one week away. This would be the second time {that a} standalone version of the event might be staged following the 2018 model which was held within the Caribbean. With the marquee event simply across the nook, loads of girls tournaments have been staged prior to now month and, consequently, there’s been loads of motion within the Ladies’s T20I rankings following the completion of T20I tri-series involving Australia, England, and India, three-match T20I sequence between New Zealand and South Africa.

England’s Fran Wilson broke into the highest 100 within the newest ICC Ladies’s T20I rankings following useful knocks within the recently-concluded T20I tri-nation sequence, though it wasn’t sufficient for her facet to enter the finals. Indonesia’s Yulia Anggraeni gained 20 locations and leapfrogged to the 64th place after her whirlwind 68-ball 112 in opposition to the Philippines.

Jemimah Rodrigues drops all the way down to seventh

Australia’s Ashleigh Gardener was one other distinguished gainer within the newest replace as she jumped 18 locations within the High-20 whereas England’s wicketkeeper Amy Jones misplaced 10 locations after a forgettable [21 runs in 4 matches] tri-nation sequence marketing campaign.

After a memorable outing in opposition to South Africa Ladies, Suzie Bates [142 runs in 3 matches] retained her top-spot whereas her team-mate and White Ferns’ captain Sophie Devine rising to the No.2 spot. Smriti Mandhana [216 runs at 43.20] gained upward motion of three positions [4th] as did Australia’s Beth Mooney [208 runs at 52] who gained two factors to maneuver to the third place.

Meg Lanning had a lean tri-series and though she misplaced three spots, the Aussie captain managed to cling onto the fifth spot. Among the many Indians, Jemimah Rodrigues dropped to seventh whereas captain Harmanpreet Kaur retained her ninth spot.

Elysse Perry breaks into the High-10 bowlers rating

Among the many bowlers, Aussie all-rounder Elysse Perry continues to get pleasure from her golden run as she jumped 4 locations to interrupt into the High-Four whereas India’s leg-spinner Poonam Yadav dropped six locations out of the top-10 to take the 12th place. England seamer Anya Shrubsole too dropped six locations to fall out of the Rop-20; as did Anuja Patil and Delissa Kimmince, who dropped 11 locations to 31, and 14 to 33 respectively. 

Within the all-rounder’s division, Sophie Devine claimed the top-spot whereas England’s Natalie Sciver jumped one place to finish the top-3. Hayley Matthews and South African captain Dane van Niekerk spherical out the High-5.

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