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ICC ODI Rankings: Mithali Raj Dethroned from Top Spot

ICC ODI Rankings: Mithali Raj Dethroned from Top Spot

​​The ICC ODI rankings have been updated following the conclusion of the recent tour to New Zealand. Indian captain Mithali Raj has been dethroned as the top-ranked woman cricketer in ODIs, and Jhulan Goswami now sits at the number two position in bowlers ranking with a total of 727 points. Mithali has been shifted to the third position with 738 points in the latest ICC ODI rankings. There are only two Indians in the ICC batting points table. Explosive opener Smriti Mandhana remains sixth with 710 points.

However, it is not all blow for Indian cricket as veteran bowler Jhulan Goswami has climbed to the second spot in the ODI bowlers ranking. She’s the only Indian bowler to be on the list. When it comes to all-rounders, two Indians have made it to the list. With 299 points, Deepti Sharma is ranked fifth, and with 251 points, Jhulan Goswami is ranked tenth in the ICC points table.

Raj had been at the top of the ICC ODI rankings eight times since 2005 February, but her form seemed to have dipped this year with a string of low scores against New Zealand and Australia in February and March respectively. In her 22-year-long career, Mithali has achieved this feat multiple times. However, the 39-year-old Indian captain seems to have been struggling with her batting. Nevertheless, as they say, form is temporary, and class is permanent. There will be no surprise if she clinches back her ODI no.1 spot in the coming years.

Updated ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings

Cric-life.com has an updated list of player rankings in one-day internationals. Let’s take a close look at the top 10 players from different segments of the game.

ICC ODI Women’s Batting Rankings

Position  Player  Team   Rating 
1 Lizelle Lee South Africa 761
2 Alyssa Healy Australia 750
3 Mithali Raj India 738
4 Tammy Beaumont England 728
5 Amy Satterthwaite New Zealand 717
6 Smriti Mandhana India 710
7 Meg Lanning Australia 699
8 Beth Mooney Australia 690
9 Heather Knight England 674
10 Laura Wolvaardt South Africa 672

ICC ODI Women’s Bowling Rankings

Position  Player  Team   Rating 
1 Jess Jonassen Australia 760
2 Jhulan Goswami India 727
3 Meghan Schutt Australia 717
4 Marizzane Kapp South Africa 715
5 Sophie Ecclestone England 701
6 Shabnim Ismail South Africa 688
7 Katherine Burnt England 666
8 Ayabonga Khaka South Africa 643
9 Anya Shrubsole England 598
10 Kate Cross England 589

ICC ODI Women’s All-Rounder Rankings

Position  Player  Team   Rating 
1 Marizanne Kapp South Africa 384
2 Natalie Sciver England 372
3 Ellyse Perry Australia 365
4 Stafanie Taylor West Indies 322
5 Deepti Sharma India 299
6 Ashleigh Gardner Australia 275
7 Dane van Niekerk South Africa 274
8 Jess Jonassen Australia 272
9 Katherine Burnt England 272
10 Jhulan Goswami India 251

The Indian women’s team is currently touring Australia and will play a 3-match ODI series after the only Ppnk-ball Test. Mithali still has the chance to climb up the ladder.

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