ICC has released the women’s T20 rankings. There is a lottery for Indian players in this. India’s Deepti Sharma has benefited in this. For some time now, Deepti Sharma has performed strongly for the Indian team and has won many matches for Team India on her own. There has been no change in the top-10 in the T20 rankings of all-rounders. Let us know about it.
Deepti Sharma benefited
India’s Deepti Sharma has moved up one place to joint second place in the ICC Women’s T20 bowling rankings. Along with Deepti, Pakistan’s Saadia Iqbal is at second place. Both have 718-718 rating points. England spinner Sophie Eccleton remains at the top. He has retained his first position. 777 is his rating points. Sarah Glenn of England is in fourth place. South African spinner Nonkululeko Mlaba slipped three places from second to fifth. India’s Renuka Singh has also climbed one place and reached number one.
No change in top-10
There’s also something to be happy about for Annabel Sutherland and Marijanne Capp. Australia’s young fast bowler Annabel Sutherland has moved up six places to 34th in the latest T20 rankings for bowlers and South Africa’s experienced bowler has moved up five places to 40th. There is no change in the top 10 of the latest T20I rankings for all-rounders after West Indies star Hayley Matthews. However, after a good performance against South Africa, Australia’s star Ellyse Perry has improved four places to 11th position.
Smriti Mandhana is on this number
Indian vice-captain Smriti Mandhana is at fourth position in the T20 rankings for women batsmen. He has 713 rating points. Jemimah Rodrigues is at 13th, Shefali Verma is at 16th and Harmanpreet Kaur is at 17th. Australia’s Beth Mooney is on top while her compatriot Tahlia McGrath is in second place. Laura Vollwart is at number three. He has 731 rating points.
This bowler of Capitals is out, had won the historic test match for the team by taking 7 wickets
If Rohit Sharma’s bat works, a record will be made, ready to leave these giants behind.
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