Jemimah Rodrigues, Smriti Mandhana move up to second and sixth in ICC T-20 rankings Rodríguez II and Mandhana reached number six, Radha 18th place advantage - Online Betting Guides
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Jemimah Rodrigues, Smriti Mandhana move up to second and sixth in ICC T-20 rankings Rodríguez II and Mandhana reached number six, Radha 18th place advantage

               
Number one player in Smriti Mandhana ODI ranking
Deepti Sharma reached number 14 with the advantage of 5 places

new Delhi. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the women's International T20 batting rankings on Tuesday. In the batting rankings, Indian player Jemima Rodriguez, with 737 ratings points, and Smriti Mandhana reached the sixth spot with 693 ratings points. 4-4 places gained due to the spectacular performance of the three T20 series in New Zealand. The top 10 batsmen include Harmanpreet Kaur. They are number 7 with 687 ratings. New Zealand's Suji Bates is at the top with 765 rating.

Recently, India lost the three-match T-20 series 0-3 against New Zealand. In the series, Mandhana scored 180 runs from India, while Rodriguez scored 132 runs. Mandhana scored 86 runs in the third Hamilton T20 in the series. After losing clean sweep in this series, the Indian team is in fifth position with 252 ratings points. New Zealand second and Australia are on top of the team.

Mandalay tops in ODIs

Smriti Mandhana is at the top of ODI batting rankings. Indian captain Mitali Raj is also among them in the top 10. Mithali is jointly tied fourth with New Zealand captain Amy Seedarweight. Both have 669 rating points.

Two Indians in bowling rankings

There are two Indian women in the International T20 bowling rankings. Spinner Radha Yadav has jumped 18 places to reach the 10th rank. He took 4 wickets in the T20 series against New Zealand. Poonam Yadav has already secured second place with 707 rating. Apart from these, Deepti Sharma has taken the advantage of five places and has reached the career-best ranking ranking of 14th.
                
                
            

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