Young opener Shafali Verma will go into the semifinals of the continued Women’s T20 World Cup because the top ranked batter when the Indian group takes on England on Thursday on the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Shafali’s explosive batting on the top of the order noticed her rating 161 runs in 4 innings, together with knocks of 47 and 46 towards Sri Lanka and New Zealand, which helped her turn into solely the second India batter after Mithali Raj to top the Women’s T20I batting rankings.
The 16-year-previous has taken over from New Zealand’s Suzie Bates, who had been the top batter since October 2018 after wresting the spot from West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor.
Shafali’s opening associate Smriti Mandhana has, in the meantime, gone down by two spots and is at the moment positioned on the sixth place. Jemimah Rodrigues has additionally made a slip of two spots and finds herself on the ninth place in the most recent rankings.
Meanwhile, England’s Sophie Ecclestone has attained the numero uno spot in the bowlers’ rankings.
Ecclestone, who took eight wickets in 4 matches, together with a better of three for seven towards the West Indies, is the primary England bowler to be primary since Anya Shrubsole in April 2016 and the primary England spinner on the top since Danni Hazell in August 2015.
India’s Deepti Sharma and Radha Yadav have moved down in the bowlers listing and are positioned at fifth and seventh spot whereas star leg-spinner Poonam Yadav, who’s event’s main wicket-taker thus far, has made a soar of 4 locations and is on the eighth spot.