Indian cricketer Deepti Sharma climbed one place up to second in the latest ICC T20I rankings for bowlers. She along with South African left-arm spinner Nonkululek Mlaba, advanced in the rankings. England leg-spinner Sarah Glenn moved two places down to fourth in the rankings.

Deepti is currently the leading wicket-taker in the tri-nation series, also involving South Africa and the West Indies. The off-spinner has picked up eight wickets from four matches at an economy rate of 5.83. Mlaba has four wickets to her name from as many matches.

Deepti is only 26 points short of the top-placed Sophie Ecclestone in the rankings. Australian fast bowler Megan Schutt jumped six places up to fifth in the ICC bowling rankings. England’s Katherine Brunt also advanced two places, up to sixth.

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Hayley Matthews and South Africa’s Shabnim Ismail went down four and three places respectively. Indian left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad moved four places up to 14th in the rankings. Gayakwad has only three wickets to her name in the series, but has bowled at an economy rate of 3.27.

Among the batters, South Africa’s Laura Wolvaardt moved into the top 10 after gaining four places. Australia’s Alyssa Healy went one place down to 10. Wolvaardt’s teammate Tazmin jumped 10 places up to No.18 in the rankings after she scored a half-century last week.

Matthews dipped in the bowling rankings, but jumped four places up to 22nd in the batting rankings. Australia’s Ellyse Perry took the 10th spot in the ICC all-rounder’s rankings from her teammate Tahlia McGrath. Perry recently scored a half-century against Pakistan.
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