The Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) launched the most recent replace of the Ladies’s ODI gamers’ rankings on February 1, 2022. The rankings see India ODI captain Mithali Raj rising to the second spot in batter’s rankings, whereas Smriti Mandhana retained her sixth spot as properly.
Other than this, West Indies all-rounder Hayley Matthews has progressed 4 locations to eleventh place within the ICC Ladies’s ODI Participant Rankings after a tremendous present within the first two matches of their 4 match-series in opposition to South Africa.
Matthews, who grabbed two wickets every in each matches, is the highest-ranked bowler from the West Indies with different off-spinner Anisa Mohammed in twenty fifth place and Shakera Selman twenty sixth. Seam bowler Shamilia Connell has moved up 9 slots to twenty ninth after taking three wickets within the two matches.
Matthews’s exploits with the ball moved the off-spinner to the fringes of the highest 10 amongst bowlers – she moved up 4 locations to eleventh with a score of 587, the best of her profession up to now.
Lizelle Lee Drops Two Locations To Third Spot
Lizelle Lee (score of 731), who missed the West Indies collection after contracting the COVID-19 virus dropped to the third spot within the batting stakes the place she is at the moment behind Alyssa Healy (750) and Mithali Raj (738). In the meantime, South Africa captain Sune Luus has superior seven locations to joint-Thirty fourth amongst bowlers and is up two locations to forty fourth within the batting listing.
Stafanie Taylor (eleventh) additionally has the chance to climb again into the highest ten with robust performances in Johannesburg. Marizanne Kapp slipped to 3rd after lacking the matches in opposition to the West Indies. Nat Sciver and Ellyse Perry are ranked first and second within the newest ICC Ladies’s all-rounders rankings.
In the identical vein, stand-in South African captain Sune Luus made a two-spot bounce to 18th, with teammate Ayabonga Khaka, the pacer, leaping over compatriot Chloe Tryon in thirty fifth. West Indies Chinelle Henry loved a 12-spot bounce to sixty fifth, and Karishma Ramharack made the identical leap to 92nd.