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by International Cricket Council Friday 22 March 2019
Knight has moved up one place to 11th after scoring 84 runs, including a fifty, and Shrubsole is 11th in the other list after moving up two places and to within one point of her career-best points tally of 654 with five wickets in the series, which saw England move up to second place in the ICC Women’s Championship.
England are on 18 points after 15 matches, strengthening their position in the eight-team championship that provides direct qualification berths to hosts New Zealand and four other top teams in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021.
On the other hand, Sri Lanka’s chances of a direct qualification were quashed with the 3-0 series loss at home as they have managed only two points from 15 matches and will now need to go through the Qualifying tournament.
Australia are on the verge of qualification after only 12 matches, as they lead the table with 22 points. India are third with 16 from 15 matches while New Zealand (14 from 15) and South Africa (13 from 12) are in fourth and fifth positions, respectively.
In other movements, Amy Jones has moved up four places to a career-best 28th position after finishing as the top scorer in the series with 209 runs, with three half-centuries, and Laura Winfield has moved up seven places to 40th with 75 runs in the series.
The England bowlers to advance in the latest rankings include Laura Marsh (up five places to 21st), Alex Hartley (up two places to 29th) and Kate Cross (up 17 places to 55th), who all chipped in with useful efforts during the series.
For Sri Lanka, Nilakshi de Silva has moved up 14 places to 62nd, Harshitha Madavi has moved up 54 places to 64th and Oshadi Ranasinghe has gone from 126th to 90th among batters. Oshadi has also gained seven places to reach 71st among bowlers while Inoshi Fernando has reentered the rankings just one slot behind in 72nd place.
The batting and bowling rankings continue to be led by India’s Smriti Mandhana and Jhulan Goswami and there are no changes in the top five all-rounders.
· Heather Knight (Eng) up one place to 11th· Amy Jones (Eng) up four places to 28th· Laura Winfield (Eng) up seven places to 40th· Nilakshi de Silva (SL) up 14 places to 62nd· Harshitha Madavi (SL) up 54 places to 64th· Oshadi Ranasinghe (SL) up 36 places to 90th
· Anya Shrubsole (Eng) up two places to 11th· Laura Marsh (Eng) up five places to 21st· Alex Hartley (Eng) up two places to 29th· Natalie Sciver (Eng) up three places to 32nd· Heather Knight (Eng) up four places to 45th· Kate Cross (Eng) up 17 places to 55th· Oshadi Ransinghe (SL) up seven places to 71st· Inoshi Fernando (SL) reentered at 72nd· Achini Kulasuriya (SL) up 15 places to 83rd
Batters (top 10)
Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge Highest Rating
1 ( - ) S Mandhana India 797! 42.41 797 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
2 ( - ) Ellyse Perry Aus 756 51.84 773 v India at Vadodara 2018
3 ( - ) A Satterthwaite NZ 755 38.98 777 v Aus at Bay Oval 2017
4 ( - ) Mithali Raj India 713 51.29 878 v Aus at Baroda Vadodar 2004
5 ( - ) Stafanie Taylor WI 695 43.96 785 v India at St Kitts (WP) 2012
6 (+1) Meg Lanning Aus 691 51.14 878 v NZ at Bay Oval 2016
7 (-2) Natalie Sciver Eng 689 38.92 712 v India at Mumbai 2019
8 ( - ) T Beaumont Eng 685 40.53 706 v NZ at Leicester 2018
9 ( - ) Suzie Bates NZ 679 42.64 796 v Aus at Bay Oval 2016
10 ( - ) Sophie Devine NZ 678 ! 32.17 678 v Aus at Melbourne 2019
Bowlers (top 10)
Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge Eco Highest Rating
1 ( - ) J Goswami India 730 21.34 3.25 816 v Eng at Chennai 2007
2 ( - ) Jess Jonassen Aus 723 22.05 4.17 730 v NZ at Adelaide 2019
3 ( - ) Sana Mir Pak 718 24.68 3.68 719 v WI at Dubai (GCA) 2019
4 ( - ) M Schutt Aus 690 23.69 4.39 721 v Pak at Kuala Lumpur 2018
5 ( - ) Shikha Pandey India 688*! 20.50 3.90 688 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
6 (+1) M Kapp SA 678 24.11 3.67 735 v India at Potchefstroom (N 2017
7 (+1) Shibnam Ismail SA 663 20.53 3.60 699 v Eng at Worcester 2018
8 (-2) Katherine Brunt Eng 659 23.06 3.48 811 v India at Mumbai 2013
9 ( - ) Ellyse Perry Aus 657 26.12 4.37 738 v India at Mumbai 2012
10 ( - ) Poonam Yadav India 656*! 21.09 3.80 656 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
All-rounders (top five)
Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Highest Rating
1 ( - ) Ellyse Perry Aus 496 504 v India at Hobart 2016
2 ( - ) Stafanie Taylor WI 414 602 v NZ at Kingston 2013
3= ( - ) D van Niekerk SA 388 421 v SL at Potchefstroom 2019
( - ) Deepti Sharma India 388 397 v NZ at Hamilton 2019
5 ( - ) Natalie Sciver Eng 307/*! 307 v SL at Katunayake 2019
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