After having endured a rare failure in the first game, Verma was back at her blistering best in the second game as she smashed a match-winning 48 which included five consecutive fours off seamer, Katherine Brunt.
Her opening partner, Smriti Mandhana, is at the 4th spot after having played a couple of decent knocks in the ongoing series against England.
Meanwhile, spin-bowling all-rounder, Deepti Sharma, who had a stellar outing in the 2nd T20I where she scored crucial 24 runs besides registering figures of 1/19 in four overs, has helped her hold onto the fifth position in the ICC T20I rankings for all-rounders. Sharma is at the 6th spot in the ranking list of bowlers.
As far as the English team is concerned, Nat Sciver has claimed a couple of spots to enter the top-10 list of ICC T20I batters following her match-winning half-century in the first game against India.
Sciver, who has moved to the 9th spot in the ICC T20I rankings for batters, has also claimed the numero uno as fat as the all-rounders lost is concerned.
Sophie Ecclestone, meanwhile, is the No.1 T20I bowler with 780 ranking points followed by fellow spinner Sarah Glenn at the 3rd spot.
Indian leg-spinner Poonam Yadav has moved to the 7th spot following a brilliant performance in the second T20I. Radha Yadav, meanwhile, has dropped to the 8th spot after a disappointing outing in the last game.