DUBAI: Former title holder England have vaulted three spots to third in the ICC Women’s Championship, after the finish of cycle five of seven after their persuading 3-0 arrangement win over Pakistan in Taunton on Monday.
Britain’s ladies won by seven wickets (in Leicester), 212 keeps running (in Worcester) and 202 keeps running (in Taunton) in what was a high-scoring arrangement with the home side scoring 360 runs or more in the last two matches of the arrangement and two England players Tammy Beaumont and Lauren Winfield sharing three centuries between them.
Title holders and number-one positioned Australia stand out with 24 focuses with two rounds remaining, while the as of late delegated ICC Women’s World Twenty20 champions West Indies are not far behind on 20 focuses.
Subsequent to pipping Pakistan, England have moved to 19 focuses and in doing as such, jumped New Zealand (fourth), South Africa (fifth) and India (6th). Pakistan held their seventh position, while Sri Lanka are in eighth spot.
The last two rounds of the inaugural release of the ICC Women’s Championship are planned to be played amongst September and November, with the main four sides toward the end of the opposition meeting all requirements for one year from now’s ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, which will be organized in England from June 26 to July 23. The last four sides will get a last risk of capability through the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in mid 2017.
The ICC Women’s Championship will continue in September with every one of the eight sides booked to highlight in the last two rounds, which will come full circle in November.