India quick bowler Jhulan Goswami regained the No. 1 place within the ODI bowling rankings after taking part in a vital position in India’s 2-1 sequence win towards England in Mumbai final month, whereas opening batsman Smriti Mandhana consolidated her prime spot in batting charts, reaching a career-best of 797 factors.
Goswami, the main wicket-taker in ODIs with a tally of 218, has now spent 1873 days on the No. 1 place and inside touching distance of the general document held by former Australia quick bowler Cathryn Fitzpatrick (2113 days).
Goswami picked up eight wickets within the three-match sequence, serving to India to second place within the eight-team Ladies’s Championship, which offers direct qualification to the 2021 Ladies’s Cricket World Cup for the highest 4 groups.
In the meantime, Goswami’s fast-bowling compatriot Shikha Pandey, who additionally completed with eight wickets within the England sequence, has gained 12 spots to maneuver to No. 5, making it the primary time in 9 years that two India bowlers are within the prime 5.
Additionally, with Mandhana at No. 1, India maintain the highest spot in each the batsmen and bowlers rankings in ladies’s ODIs, one thing that hasn’t occurred since March 2012 when Goswami, as soon as once more, was there with Mithali Raj,
For England, Natalie Sciver made nice strides, going up 10 locations to achieve a career-best fifth place within the batting charts. Having scored 130 runs and taking three wickets in three ODIs towards India, Sciver additionally gained two locations to maneuver to No. 5 within the allrounders’ record.
Amongst bowlers, Australia’s Jess Jonassen moved two spots as much as No. 2 after her 9 wickets within the three-match ODI sequence at dwelling towards New Zealand.