T20I Ranking boost for England players after clean sweeping Pakistan

England players were rewarded with a rise in the latest ICC Women’s T20I Rankings, following a clinical series sweep against Pakistan.

T20I Ranking boost for England players after clean sweeping Pakistan
T20I Ranking boost for England players after clean sweeping Pakistan

The England women’s team led by skipper Heather Knight is hosting Pakistan for a three-match T20I series followed by a three-match ODI series. The home side completed a thrashing whitewash (3-0) on Pakistan in the T20I series. The three-match ODI series will commence on 23rd May 2024 and will conclude on 29th May 2024.

ICC Women’s T20I Batting Rankings:

The 33-year-old veteran top-order batter from England, Danielle Wyatt played a match-winning knock (87 off 48 balls), reminding the world of her T20I prowess in the 3rd and final T20I of the three-match T20I series against Pakistan. She was also awarded the Player of the Match for her sensational performance with the bat. She ended the series as the leading run scorer with 94 runs at an average of 31.33 in three innings. As a result of her brilliant performance, she has earned a significant rise, as she climbed up six spots to 16th position with 600 points to her name.

The 25-year-old England batter Maia Bouchier has been promoted to open the batting for her side in the T20I format in recent times. She also had a decent outing with the bat (30 off 26 balls) in the 2nd T20I. She accumulated 42 runs at a strike rate of 95.45 in three innings in the series. She has also earned a significant rise as she climbed up seven spots to equal the 23rd position alongside the Indian wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh (560 points).

The 31-year-old all-rounder from Pakistan, Aliya Riaz gradually went on to improve her performances with the bat in the T20I series. She was the leading run-scorer for Pakistan in the T20I series scoring 54 runs at a strike rate of 122.72 in a couple of innings in the series. She has also climbed up three spots to the 53rd position (432 points). The 32-year-old opening batter from Pakistan, Sidra Amin took her time to get into the groove in the series. She scored 46 runs at a strike rate of 88.46 in three innings. She has also managed to climb up three spots to the 62nd position (390 points) in the latest rankings.

Chedean Nation from the West Indies and Sibona Jimmy from Papua New Guinea have climbed up one spot to equal 79th position (322 points). Ailsa Lister from Scotland has climbed up one spot to 81st position (321 points), Kaia Arua from Papua New Guinea and Ni Luh Dewi from Indonesia has equaled 82nd position (320 points).

Rebecca Stokell from Ireland, Pauke Siaka from Papua New Guinea, Mariko Hill from Hong Kong, and Lucy Barnett from Isle of Man Women have climbed up one spot to equal 90th position (297 points). Eimear Richardson from Ireland has climbed up one spot to the 94th position (296 points). Hasini Perera from Sri Lanka has climbed up a couple of spots and Sophie Ecclestone from England have climbed up three spots to equal the 95th position (292 points).

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The newly appointed Hong Kong skipper Natasha Miles has climbed up one spot to equal the 98th position alongside Tammy Beaumont from England (288 points).

ICC Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings:

The 24-year-old leg-spinner from England, Sarah Glenn had an impressive series with the ball against Pakistan. She was the leading wicket-taker of the T20I series with six wickets to her name at an 7.16 and an exceptional economy of 3.90 in three innings. As a result of her impressive performances, she has climbed up one spot to the 3rd position with 732 points to her name. Hayley Matthews from the West Indies has climbed up one spot to the 5th position (710 points). Rabeya Khan from Bangladesh has climbed up a couple of spots to the 6th position (700 points).

Nonkululeko Mlaba from South Africa has climbed up one spot to the 10th position (681 points). Amelia Kerr from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 11th position (662 points) alongside Nashra Sandhu from Pakistan. Radha Yadav from India has climbed up one spot to the 22nd position (617 points). Shabnim Ismail from South Africa and Annabel Sutherland from Australia have climbed up one spot to equal the 23rd position (605 points).

Sugandika Kumari from Sri Lanka has climbed up one spot to the 32nd position (569 points), Kavisha Dilhari from Sri Lanka has climbed up one spot to the 33rd position (568 points). The 28-year-old pacer from Pakistan Diana Baig had an impressive series with the ball against England. She was the 2nd highest wicket-taker of the series for Pakistan with four wickets to her name at an average of 12.50 and an economy of 6.25 in a couple of innings in the series. As a result of her impressive rise with the ball, she has earned a massive rise as she climbed up eight spots to 46th position (512 points).

Achini Kulasuriya from Sri Lanka has climbed up one spot to the 52nd position (486 points). Shamilia Connell from the West Indies and the Scotland skipper Kathryn Bryce have climbed up one spot to equal 53rd position (485 points). Masabata Klaas from South Africa has climbed up one spot to the 56th position (477 points). Thipatcha Putthawong from Thailand has climbed up one spot to 57th position (469 points).

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Fahima Khatun from Bangladesh has climbed up one spot to the 58th position (467 points). Titas Sadhu from India has climbed up one spot to the 59th position (466 points). The Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu and Ravina OA from Papua New Guinea have climbed up one spot to equal the 60th position (459 points). Tumi Sekhukhune from South Africa has climbed up a couple of spots to the 62nd position (452 points). Sibona Jimmy from Papua New Guinea has climbed up a couple of spots to the 63rd position (450 points).

Chenille Henry from the West Indies has climbed up one spot to the 80th position (386 points). Loreen Tshuma from Zimbabwe has climbed up one spot to the 81st position (383 points). Alana Dalzell from Ireland has climbed up one spot to the 82nd position (381 points). Sultana Khatun from Bangladesh has climbed up one spot to equal the 83rd position alongside Pakistan’s Umm-E-Hani (380 points).

The 23-year-old pace bowling all-rounder from England Danielle Gibson had a decent series with the ball. She has also climbed up seven spots to the 90th position (359 points). Hannah Rowe from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 100th position (333 points).

ICC Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings:

The New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine has climbed up one spot to the 7th position (296 points). Inoshi Priyadharshani Fernando from Sri Lanka and Renuka Singh from India have climbed up one spot to equal the 46th position (94 points). Danielle Gibson from England was the third-highest run-scorer of the series with 72 runs to her name at a monstrous strike rate of 180 in three innings. Apart from her exploits with the bat, she also picked up one wicket with the ball. She has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 10 spots to the 48th position (93 points).

The 19-year-old all-rounder from England, Alice Capsey had a decent series, scoring 37 runs with the bat and picking up a couple of wickets with the ball. She has also earned a massive rise as she climbed up 12 spots to the 56th position (81 points). The 33-year-old veteran batter from England Danielle Wyatt has climbed up four spots and Aliya Riaz from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to equal the 93rd position (54 points) alongside Inoka Ranaweera from Sri Lanka. Diana Baig from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to the 96th position (53 points).

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