Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews advance in ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings

Stafanie Taylor, Hayley Matthews advance in ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings

Bangladesh’s Fargana Hoque has gained seven places to reach joint-26th position after smashing a 53 not out in the second ODI against Zimbabwe.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 11: Stafanie Taylor of the West Indies bats of the West Indies bat during game one of the women’s One Day International series between Australia and the West Indies at Hurstville Oval on November 11, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan – CA/Cricket Australia/Getty Images)

West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor has moved up in the list of batters in the latest update to the ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings after a match-winning century against Pakistan that helped complete a 3-0 series win.

Tuesday’s updates, which take into account the second and third ODIs between Pakistan and the West Indies as well as the three Zimbabwe versus Bangladesh matches, sees Taylor move up two slots to 12th position after an unbeaten 102 in the third ODI in Karachi.

Taylor’s compatriot Hayley Matthews is another big gainer, moving up four slots to 25th among batters and up three slots to 20th among bowlers. She is also up two places to 12th in the all-rounders’ list after a match-winning four-wicket haul in the second match and a score of 49 in the third.

Pakistan players advance in the ICC ODI Player Rankings

For Pakistan, Aliya Riaz (up three places to 37th) and Omaima Sohail (up two places to 39th) have moved up the list for batters and Nashra Sandhu (up one place to 21st) and Anam Amin (up four places to 43rd) have progressed among bowlers.

Bangladesh’s Fargana Hoque has gained seven places to reach joint-26th position after smashing a 53 not out in the second ODI against Zimbabwe while her team-mate Rumana Ahmed has moved up two places to 34th. Captain Salma Khatun (up five places to 39th) and Nahida Akter (up 11 places to 45th) have advanced in the bowlers’ list.

Here are the top 10 batters according to the ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

S.No Player Name Country Rating
1 Lizelee Lee South Africa 761
2 Alyssa Healy Australia 750
3 Mithali Raj India 738
4 Tammy Beaumont England 728
5 Amy Satterthwaite New Zealand 717
6 Smriti Mandhana India 710
7 Meg Lanning Australia 699
8 Beth Mooney Australia 690
9 Heather Knight England 674
10 Laura Wolvaardt South Africa 672

Here are the top 10 bowlers according to the ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

S.No Player Name Country Rating
1 Jess Jonassen Australia 760
2 Jhulan Goswami India 727
3 Megan Schutt Australia 717
4 Marizanne Kapp South Africa 715
5 Sophie Ecclestone England 701
6 Shabnim Ismail South Africa 688
7 Katherine Brunt England 666
8 Ayabonga Khaka South Africa 643
9 Anya Shrubsole England 598
10 Kate Cross England 589

Here are the top 5 all-rounders according to the ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

S.No Player Name Country Rating
1 Marizanne Kapp South Africa 384
2 Natalie Sciver England 372
3 Ellyse Perry Australia 365
4 Stafanie Taylor West Indies 314
5 Deepti Sharma India 299