India's Deepti Sharma moved up one place to joint second in the latest ICC women's T20I bowling rankings, while her teammate Renuka Singh also moved up one place to 10th.
Deepti's rise was largely due to South Africa spinner Nonkululeko Mlaba falling three places from second to fifth after taking one wicket in two matches against Australia. Similarly, Pakistan's Sadia Iqbal has advanced one place and is jointly at second position with Deepti. England's Sarah Glenn moved up one place to fourth place.
England spinner Sophie Ecclestone has maintained a good lead at the top of the T20 rankings for bowlers.
There was no change in the top 10 in the latest T20 rankings for all-rounders and Deepti remained at the fourth position.
Among batsmen, India vice-captain Smriti Mandhana remained the highest-ranked Indian at fourth position, while Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma and Harmanpreet Kaur remained unchanged at 13th, 16th and 17th respectively.