Mithali Raj is third in the ICC Women’s One-Day International rankings, trailing only Lizelle Lee and Alyssa Healy.
Mithali Raj, the captain of India’s women’s cricket team, has maintained her third-place ranking in the International Cricket Council’s Women’s One-Day International Batting Rankings. Her ranking is 738 points behind that of South Africa’s Lizelle Lee (761) and Australia’s Alyssa Heely (761). (750). As of now, the sixth-place finisher is Smriti Mandhana, an Indian batter who now has 710 points. On top of that, Jhulan Goswami maintained her second-place status in the bowlers’ rankings, which were announced on Tuesday.
The brilliance of Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Nashra Sandhu, who took 2/24 against Bangladesh in Sunday’s ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier, has propelled her up four spots to 17th in the world rankings, according to the International Cricket Council.
With Fargana Hoque and Rumana Ahmed moving up to the 25th and 29th positions in the rankings, Bangladesh’s hitters have also made substantial progress in the standings.
Fargana scored 45 runs to help her team defeat Bangladesh by three wickets recently. Rumana, on the other hand, scored a half-century during the match.