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England at the top of the table and players on their way up

Sarah Taylor
England’s 3-0 victory over the West Indies in the ICC Women’s Championship has virtually assured them of a place in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2021 in New Zealand even as a number of their players have moved up in the MRF Tyres ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings.
  • ICC Women’s World Cup winners virtually assure themselves of a place in the next edition in New Zealand

  • Beaumont, Knight, Nation and Fletcher among those to move up in latest ODI rankings

England’s 3-0 victory over the West Indies in the ICC Women’s Championship has virtually assured them of a place in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2021 in New Zealand even as a number of their players have moved up in the MRF Tyres ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings.

England, who won the World Cup at home in 2017, are now on 24 points and two points ahead of Australia on the points table after 18 matches each. India and South Africa are both on 16 points from 15 matches, with the former ahead on net run-rate.

Pakistan are fifth with 15 from 15 and New Zealand sixth with 14 from 15 in the eight-team championship that provides direct qualification berths to them as hosts and four other teams in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021. The West Indies (11 from 15) and Sri Lanka (two from 15) follow in the table.

The ODI rankings table sees Tammy Beaumont move up two places to sixth position among batters after scoring 139 runs in the series while Amy Jones’s series-topping 189 runs, including two half-centuries, has helped her move up six places to 26th. Heather Knight has moved up four places to seventh in the batting list and up two places to 10th among all-rounders.

In the bowling list, Laura Marsh and Sophie Eccelestone occupy the 21st and 22nd positions, respectively, after gaining one and five places, respectively.

For the West Indies, left-handed wicketkeeper-batter Kycia A Knight has moved up one place to 57th and Chedean Nation up nine places to 62nd. Afy Fletcher has moved up two places in the list of bowlers to 26th

Some highlights of the ODI rankings: 

Batting

·         Tammy Beaumont (Eng) up two places to sixth

·         Heather Knight (Eng) up four places to seventh

·         Amy Jones (Eng) up six places to 26th

·         Sara Taylor (Eng) up one place to 29th

·         Katherine Brunt (Eng) up one place to 41st

·         Kycia A Knight (West Indies) up one place to 57th

·         Chedean Nation (West Indies) up nine places to 62nd

·         Anya Shrubsole (Eng) up 19 places to 70th

 

Bowling

·         Laura Marsh (Eng) up one place to 21st

·         Sophie Ecclestone (Eng) up five places to 22nd

·         Afy Fletcher (West Indies) up two places to 26th

·         Kate Cross (England) up 11 places to 42nd

·         Stacy-Ann King (West Indies) re-entered at 89th place

·         Chinelle Henry (West Indies) up 20 places to 100th

All-rounders

·         Heather Knight (Eng) up two places to 10th

 

ICC Women’s Championship results, statistics, points standings and fixtures are available here

 

MRF Tyres ICC Women’s ODI  Player Rankings (as of 14 June, 2019)

 

Batters (top 10)

 

Rank    (+/-)      Player              Team      Pts       Avge   Highest Rating

   1        ( - )       S Mandhana      India     802!     42.41   802 v Eng at Mumbai 2019

   2        ( - )       Ellyse Perry       Aus      761       51.84   778 v India at Vadodara 2018

   3        ( - )       A Satterthwaite  NZ        759       38.98   782 v Aus at Bay Oval 2017

   4        ( - )       Mithali Raj         India     717       51.29   881 v Aus at Baroda Vadodara 2004

   5        (+1)      Meg Lanning     Aus      695       51.14   879 v NZ at Bay Oval 2016

   6        (+2)      T Beaumont      Eng      689       40.86   709 v NZ at Leicester 2018

   7        (+4)      Heather Knight  Eng      688       38.42   693 v WI at Leicester 2019

   8=      (+1)      Suzie Bates      NZ        683      42.64   801 v Aus at Bay Oval 2016

            (+1)      Sophie Devine   NZ        683!     32.17   683 v Aus at Melbourne 2019

  10       (-3)       Natalie Sciver    Eng      675       38.68   716 v India at Mumbai 2019

 

Bowlers (top 10)

 

Rank    (+/-)      Player               Team     Pts       Avge    Eco     Highest Rating

   1        ( - )       J Goswami        India     731      21.34    3.25     816 v Eng at Chennai 2007

   2        ( - )       Jess Jonassen  Aus      726      22.05    4.17     732 v NZ at Adelaide 2019

   3        ( - )       Sana Mir           Pak      714      24.34    3.68     729 v SA at Potchefstroom 2019

   4        ( - )       M Schutt           Aus      691      23.69    4.39     722 v Pak at Kuala Lumpur 2018

   5        ( - )       S Pandey          India     690*!    20.50   3.90     690 v Eng at Mumbai 2019

   6        ( - )       M Kapp              SA       676       23.97   3.69     736 v India at Potchefstroom (N 2017

   7        ( - )       Shibnam Ismail  SA        668       20.66   3.60     700 v Eng at Worcester 2018

   8=      (+1)      Ellyse Perry       Aus      658       26.12   4.37     740 v India at Mumbai 2012

            (+1)      Poonam Yadav India     658*!    21.09   3.80     658 v Eng at Mumbai 2019

  10       (-2)       Katherine Brunt Eng      654       22.88   3.46     812 v India at Mumbai 2013

  

  

  All-rounders (top five)

 

Rank    (+/-)      Player              Team      Pts      Highest Rating

   1        ( - )       Ellyse Perry       Aus      500      509 v India at Hobart 2016

   2        (+1)      Deepti Sharma  India     394      403 v NZ at Hamilton 2019

   3        (-1)       Stafanie Taylor  WI        375      605 v NZ at Kingston 2013

   4        ( - )       D van Niekerk   SA        345      422 v SL at Potchefstroom 2019

   5        (+1)      Sophie Devine   NZ        300!     300 v Aus at Melbourne 2019

  

 

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