Mandhana now has 704 rating points while Harmanpreet, who dropped two places, has 702.
Among the Indian bowlers, left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad ranks 9th in the bowlers ranking while all-rounder Deepti Sharma ranks 7th in the all bowlers ranking. Both players have dropped one place in their respective categories.
meanwhile, australia beth mooney has claimed the top spot in the ODI batsman rankings, displacing Sri Lanka chamari athapaththuwhose reign lasted only two weeks.
Mooney’s impressive performances in the first two ODIs against England, with scores of 81 not out and 33, contributed to Australia’s Ashes victory in the second match of the series.
England Nat Sciver Brunt it has moved up two spots to No. 2, closely following Mooney. Sciver-Brunt posted a career-high 763 rating and has been effective with both bat and ball. He played a crucial role in England’s first ODI victory, where he scored two wickets.
Sciver-Brunt’s outstanding all-round performances have also propelled her to the top of the overall rankings in ODIs, with a career-best rating of 402. Her contributions to both hers with the bat and the ball have been instrumental in her rise to the top of her game. her from the off-road rankings once again.
Heather Knight played the runner-up role to perfection in the first ODI, taking her side home with an unbeaten 75 while batting with the lower order. The England captain has been rewarded with a jump of four places to No. 14 in the batsmen’s standings, where she sits level with New Zealand’s Sophie Devine.
Australia’s ace all-rounder Ash Gardner continued to shine with brilliant outings with bat and ball. With a combined 54 runs and three wickets in each of the first two ODIs, Gardner has achieved career-best ratings in the bowlers list (four places to No. 8 with 631 rating points) and all-rounder. (twice above). places to No.5 with 330 rating points).
(With PTI inputs)