The day after India won the second game with 10 wickets at Parekel, Shafari, who hit undefeated 71 in 174 chase, rose 12th to 36th, the highest in his career among batters. Also at No. 5 on the T20I batting chart, Shafari leads the series’ lantery with 106 runs, scoring with a strike rate of 95.49.
Deepti, on the other hand, is profitable in both batting and bowling rankings. Her offspin has so far made her 25-3, 30-2 and ranked third on the bowler list. And her undefeated 25 at her first ODI helped her climb two batting spots to 29th place.
While these are still in the early stages of a new cycle for the ICC Women’s Championship, Wednesday’s 3-0 series sweep will help India catch up with its current topper, South Africa, by 6 points. If Sri Lanka wins the last match, they will be tied with India and Pakistan by 4 points.
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