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ICC ODI Rankings: Mithali Raj had to share the number-1 crown, Mithali in top-10

ICC ODI Rankings: Mithali Raj and South Africa’s opening batsman Lizelle Lee have equal points.

ICC ODI Rankings: Indian captain Mithali Raj has retained her place in the latest ICC Women’s ODI Rankings. However, she is no longer the only female number-1 ODI batsman in the world. He has to share his crown with South African opener Lizelle Lee.Also Read – Smriti Mandhana warns Kangaroo women’s team, ‘This is not the team that last year’s World Cup…’

Lee recently made his place in the top rankings by playing a blistering innings of 91 runs against the West Indies. It was told by the ICC that both Mithali Raj and Lizelle Lee have 762 rating points in the batsmen’s category. In such a situation, both of them are jointly number-1 players. Australia’s Alyssa Healy has got the third place in this list. Also Read – ICC T20 Rankings: Shefali Verma retains No.1, Deepti Sharma has the advantage in the category of all-rounders

India’s opener Smriti Mandhana is in the top 10 with ninth place. After reaching the top of the batting rankings for the first time in June 2018, Lee, who became the number one batsman in March this year, scored 18 runs in the second match. Also Read – INDw vs AUSw: Australia will not go against India with the best team, this is the reason given

Veteran India pacer Jhulan Goswami and senior spinner Poonam Yadav have retained their fifth and ninth positions respectively in the bowlers’ list. Deepti Sharma remains at the fifth position in the all-rounders’ list.

ICC ODI Rankings: India’s young star batsman Shefali Verma continues to top the T20 batting rankings with 759 points. He is followed by Australia’s Beth Mooney (744) and Indian T20 vice-captain Mandhana (716).

There has been no change in the rankings of Deepti (6th) and Poonam (8th) in the T20 bowling rankings. Deepti also remains at the fourth position in the all-rounders’ list.

In the list of T20 bowlers, England’s Sarah Glenn has moved up from one place to the second. New Zealand off-spinner Leigh Kasperek has moved up seven places to 15th while all-rounder Jess Kerr has gained eight places to be at 58th.

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