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ICC ladies ODI rankings: Lizelle Lee returns to the highest spot; Mithali Raj drops to 3rd

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South Africa opener Lizelle Lee has reclaimed the highest spot within the ICC Ladies’s ODI Participant Rating. Earlier in September, she shared the joint-first place with Indian skipper Mithali Raj.

Lee, who first attained the highest spot in June 2018, once more reached the primary place this month. She is now eleven factors forward of Australian batter Alyssa Healy, who has earned the second spot with 750 factors.

Whereas Indian skipper Mithali Raj bagged the third rank with 738 factors within the rankings.

The opening batter Lee, exhibited nice kind and scored three half-centuries within the final 4 ODI internationals. She scored 61, 78, 18 and 91 runs in her final 4 innings towards West Indies.

West Indies captain Stefanie Taylor scored an unbelievable century towards Pakistan ladies and an important knock of 41 runs with two wickets within the ICC Ladies’s World Cup Qualifier towards Eire. She leapfrogged Heather Knight, Rachael Haynes and Laura Wolvaardt by three spots to maneuver to ninth rank within the batters’ rating with 676 factors.

Other than the batters rating, Taylor remained on the No.4 spot with 316 factors which was solely exceeded by Marizanne Kapp (384), Natalie Sciver (372) and Ellyse Perry (365).

Taylor’s teammate, Hayley Mathews, moved to the eighth spot within the all-rounders’ rating. The all-rounder performed a superb efficiency towards Eire within the Ladies’s World Cup Qualifier and earned her a rank underneath the highest ten all-rounders. In that match, Mathews took two wickets by giving solely 15 runs from her ten overs.

Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma bagged the fifth spot within the all-rounders’ rating with 299 factors.

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