Mithali Raj. Most Runs In Women's Cricket
Mithali Raj (Image Credit: Twitter)

India Women’s ODI captain Mithali Raj stayed firm in third place while opening batter, Smriti Mandhana maintained her sixth spot on the table in the latest ICC ODI Rankings that was released on Tuesday.

Mithali is behind Lizelle Lee of South Africa and Alyssa Healy of Australia. While Mithali has 738 points to her name, Lee and Healy have 761 and 750 points respectively. Mandhana has 710 points in a top-10 list that didn’t change from the previous rankings.

Jhulan Goswami, Mithali Raj
Jhulan Goswami (Image Credit: Twitter)

As for the bowlers, Jhulan stayed in the second spot with 727 points and she is behind Jess Jonassen of Australia, who is far ahead in the first spot with 760 points. The rankings received an update following the completion of the World Cup qualifier between Pakistan and Bangladesh on Sunday.

Harmanpreet Kaur named in WBBL’s Best XI of the Season

Indian T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur was the only Indian included in the best playing XI from the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). The playing XI was announced following the completion of the league stages where Perth Scorchers finished on top of the table.

Harmanpreet Kaur
Harmanpreet Kaur (Image: Twitter)

Harmanpreet has scored 399 runs in 11 innings at an average of 66.50, including three half-centuries and eighteen sixes, which happens to be the highest among the players. With the ball in hand, she has been equally impressive.

The 32-year-old has taken 15 wickets at an average of 20.40. Along with Harmanpreet, Mandhana has also been impressive in the tournament. She scored the joint highest individual score in WBBL history, smashing 114 off 64 balls albeit in a losing cause.

Latest ICC Women’s ODI Rankings as on 23rd November, 2021:

ICC women's ODI Rankings as on 23rd November 2021
ICC women’s ODI Rankings as on 23rd November 2021. (Photo: ICC)

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