Stafanie Taylor has become the 1st place cyclist and general in the ICC ODI rankings.© Windies Cricket / Twitter
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor regained first place in the battle on Tuesday, as well as on the list of all the ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings. After a great effort in Coolidge’s first ODI he helped win five West Bank wickets. Against Pakistan. The efforts of Taylor’s 29th Game Player and the 105 undefeated have helped him climb all three lists. He has secured four places and has pulled out of the top of the knockout list of Indian captain Mithali Raj, has secured three places to place 16th among the bowlers and has secured two places in the first round, replacing Australian Ellyse Perry.
Taylor has, in the past, placed 1st on three charts at different times, finishing first among the batsmen in March 2012 and last time in November 2014 at the top level. The All-Rounders rankings were the last number in July 2017.
Last week’s update, which includes performances in the first two ODIs of the West Indies-Pakistan series, has also re-entered the standings within the versatile Deandra Dottin in 28th place and 47th place.
Kyshona Knight came in seventh at the 53rd point, among the batters, spinner Anisa Mohammed (two positions up to 26) and fast ball Shamilia Connell (up to 39, up to 39) among the batters.
For Pakistan, the rotating Nida Dar has won three places to reach the 29th position and the rhythm pelota player Diana Baig to the 32nd position.
Ayesha Zafar is back in 83rd place in the battle standings after scoring 46 and four points in both games and opener Muneeba Ali finished 47th and 88th after scoring 36-37.
In the MRF Tires ICC Women’s T20I Players Ranking, updated after the first two matches of the ongoing England-India series, England’s Natalie Sciver has secured two places among the ninth in the standings after scoring 55 in the first round in all of India. Roundti Deepti Sharma is in two places until 37th.
In the list of bowlers, Poonam Yadav (up to five seventh place) and Shikha Pandey (eight place up to 27) are the main winners in India, Englishman Freya Davis has won two slots and is now 64th.
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