England stars achieve remarkable rise in the rankings, Charlie Dean climbs to 2nd position

The ICC Women’s T20I World Cup in Bangladesh is around the corner and the teams have notched up another gear in terms of preparing themselves for the big ICC event later this year. As many as six nations are involved in a bilateral series in three different parts of the world.
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England stars achieve remarkable rise in the rankings, Charlie Dean climbs to 2nd position
England stars achieve remarkable rise in the rankings, Charlie Dean climbs to 2nd position

The New Zealand women’s team led by skipper Sophie Devine and the stand-in skipper Amelia Kerr is hosting England led by skipper Heather Knight for a five-match T20I series followed by a three-match ODI series that will conclude on 7th April 2024. The Bangladesh Women’s team led by skipper Nigar Sultana Joty is hosting Australia led by skipper Alyssa Healy for the first time for a three-match ODI series followed by a three-match T20I series that will conclude on 4th April 2024. The South African Women’s team led by skipper Laura Wolvaardt is hosting Sri Lanka led by skipper Chamari Athapaththu for a three-match T20I series followed by a three-match ODI series that will conclude on 17th April 2024.

ICC Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings

The 23-year-old off-spinner from England, Charlie Dean had an impressive outing in the recently concluded five-match T20I series against New Zealand as she was the highest wicket-taker of the series with 7 wickets to her name at an average of 19.14 and an economy of 6.70 in five innings. As a result of her outstanding performance with the ball, she has earned a remarkable rise as she climbs 9 spots to the 2nd position with 720 points in the ICC Women’s T20I rankings.

The 23-year-old right-arm pacer Lauren Bell also had an impressive series with the ball as she picked up five wickets, ending the series as the 3rd highest wicket-taker at an average of 23.4 and an economy of 7.31 in four innings. She also earned a decent rise as she climbed up 6 spots to the 12th position with 664 points in the bowling rankings. West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews climbed up a couple of spots to 6th position (704 points), Renuka Singh one spot to 8th position (701 points), Darcie Brown one spot to 11th position (670 points), Ashleigh Gardner one spot to 19th position (626 points), Georgia Wareham 3 spots to the 20th position (625 points) in the bowling rankings.

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ICC Women’s T20I Batting Rankings

The 25-year-old batter Maia Bouchier was the stand-out performer with the bat, ending the T20I series as the leading run-scorer of the series with 223 runs to her name at a strike rate of 129.65 and an impressive average of 55.75 in five innings. As a result of her exceptional performance with the bat, she earned a massive rise in the rankings as she climbed up 28 spots to equal the 25th position with 543 points alongside Sophia Dunkley in the batting rankings.

England skipper Heather Knight was the 2nd highest run-scorer of the T20I series with 185 runs to her name at a strike rate of 144.53 and an average of 61.66 in five innings. She maintained her 23rd position (575 points) in the batting rankings. Alice Capsey scored 50 runs in two innings. She climbed up 8 spots to 30th position (529 points) in the batting rankings. Zimbabwe batter Modester Mupachikwa climbed up 3 spots to the 40th position (501 points) in the batting rankings.

Australian skipper Alyssa Healy scored an unbeaten 65 in the 1st T20I to help her side get over the line against Bangladesh. She climbed up three spots to 7th position (667 points) in the batting rankings. Bangladesh skipper Nigar Sultana Joty climbed up three spots to 16th position (599 points) in the batting rankings. She was the 2nd highest run-scorer of the series with 64 runs to her name in two innings. South African batter Anneke Bosch climbed up three spots to 17th position (597 points) in the batting rankings.

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ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings

The Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry climbed up one spot to 5th position (689 points) in the batting rankings she scored 64 runs in three matches in the ODI series against Bangladesh. Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur climbed one spot to 9th position (639 points), New Zealand opening batter Suzie Bates climbed up five spots to 11th position (589 points) in the batting rankings. She scored a well-made half-century in the 1st ODI against England.

Wicket-keeper batter from England Amy Jones scored a match-saving, unbeaten (92 off 83 balls) from a precarious position with England at 79/6 to take them over the line in the 1st ODI against New Zealand. She climbed up 10 spots to 17th position (573 points) in the batting rankings. Pakistan skipper Nida Dar climbed up three spots to 29th position (463 points), Laura Delany three spots to 30th position (461 points), Aliya Riaz two spots to 32nd position (460 points), Leah Paul two spots to 33rd position (457 points), Jemimah Rodrigues one spot to 35th position (454 points), Naruemol Chaiwai one spot to 42nd position (412 points) in the batting rankings.

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