West Indies’ all-rounder Stafanie Taylor will start the upcoming three-match ODI series against the visiting England side, which starts on 29 October in Port of Spain, as the top ranked player across the Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for ODIs.

Stafanie Taylor on top of ICC Womens's batting and bowling rankings. Photo: windiescricket.com/Randy Brooks

Taylor leads all three rankings’ tables – batting, bowling and all-rounder – and is the only player in history (man or woman) to ever be number one in both batting and bowling rankings in either Test or ODI cricket at the same time.

The latest Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for ODIs were updated at the end of West Indies’ 2-1 series win in a three-match series against visiting New Zealand that finished at Kingston on 10 October.

England captain Charlotte Edwards is in third place of the Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for ODI Batters and, in the second ODI of the upcoming series, will become only the second women’s captain to lead her side in 100 or more ODIs.

Only Australia’s former skipper and ICC Hall of Famer Belinda Clarke has captained more than Edwards (101 ODIs).

To date, Edwards has led her side in 98 ODIs, winning 61, losing 31, and recording six no results. She has also skippered 66 Twenty20 Internationals – more than any other women’s captain – winning 50 and losing 14, with one no-result and one tied encounter. Edwards has also led her side in seven Tests, after making her Test debut in July 1996 against New Zealand.

Sarah Taylor in eighth, Deandra Dottin in ninth and Lydia Greenway in 11th are some of the batters inside the top 20 who are likely to be seen in action during the series.

In the Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for ODI Bowlers, England will be without the services of number-two ranked Katherine Brunt, but the other bowlers inside the top 10 who are likely to be in action for the visiting side are Jenny Gunn in seventh spot and Holly Colvin in 10th.

For West Indies, apart from top-ranked Taylor, who was the leading wicket-taker in the recent series against New Zealand (11) and player of the series, the others inside the top 10 likely to feature in the series are Shanel Daley in fourth place and Anisa Mohammed in sixth.

Upcoming Fixtures
West Indies v England
29 Oct – 1st ODI, Port of Spain
1 Nov – 2nd ODI, Port of Spain (d/n)
3 Nov – 3rd ODI, Port of Spain (d/n)

Reliance ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings (as on 27 October) (before West Indies-England ODI Series, after West Indies-New Zealand ODI Series and first two South Africa-Sri Lanka ODIs)

Batters
Rank     (+/-)        Player                 Team      Pts          Ave       HS Rating
1           (+6)         Stafanie Taylor    WI          729         45.27     765 v Ind at St Kitts (WP) 2012
2           ( – )          Mithali Raj           Ind          703         48.65     839 v Aus at Baroda Vadodar 2004
3           ( – )          C Edwards            Eng         702         37.88     723 v Aus at Hove 2013
4           (-3)          Suzie Bates           NZ          685         36.98     734 v WI at Kingston 2013
5           (-1)          Meg Lanning        Aus         673*!    43.87     673 v Eng at Hove 2013
6           (-1)          H Kaur                   Ind          669*!    37.32     669 v Ban at Ahmedabad 2013
7           (-1)          Jessica Cameron  Aus         652*      38.53     655 v Eng at Hove 2013
8           (+1)         Sarah Taylor        Eng         631         37.72     803 v Aus at Chelmsford 2009
9           (+1)         Deandra Dottin    WI          612         26.00     650 v NZ at Kingston 2013
10         (-2)          A Satterthwaite    NZ          610         28.79     653 v Aus at Sydney 2012
11         ( – )          Lydia Greenway  Eng         591         30.57     664 v NZ at Lincoln 2012
12         ( – )          Alex Blackwell     Aus         548         31.72     683 v Ind at Canberra 2008
13         ( – )          Bismah Maroof   Pak         521!       23.59     521 v Ire at Dublin 2013
14         (+1)         Trisha Chetty       SA           511         31.40     521 v WI at St Kitts (WP) 2013
15         (+1)         Mignon du Preez  SA           506!       32.70     506 v Ban at Centurion 2013
16         (+1)         Javeria Khan        Pak         504*!    25.38     504 v Ire at Dublin 2013
17         (+1)         Heather Knight    Eng         496*!    27.88     496 v Aus at Hove 2013
18         (+1)         Jodie Fields           Aus         492         28.34     520 v NZ at Sydney 2012
19         (-5)          Nicola Browne     NZ          464         27.40     645 v Aus at Lincoln 2008
20         ( – )          C Jayangani         SL           463*      29.78     470 v Eng at Mumbai 2013

Bowlers
Rank     (+/-)       Player                Team       Pts          Ave      Econ      HS Rating
1           (+1)         Stafanie Taylor    WI          768*!    16.14     2.89       768 v NZ at Kingston 2013
2           (-1)          Katherine Brunt   Eng         757         21.25     3.29       796 v Ind at Mumbai 2013
3           ( – )          Jhulan Goswami  Ind          655         21.52     3.20       796 v Eng at Chennai 2007
4           (+4)         Shanel Daley        WI          638*!    20.12     3.27       638 v NZ at Kingston 2013
5           (-1)          Ellyse Perry           Aus         609         23.13     4.20       698 v Ind at Mumbai 2012
6           ( – )          A Mohammed     WI          599         17.36     3.10       658 v NZ at Mumbai 2013
7           (-2)          Jenny Gunn          Eng         598         27.74     3.75       669 v Aus at Melbourne 2008
8           (-1)          Erin Osborne         Aus         569*!    26.08     3.82       569 v Eng at Hove 2013
9           ( – )          C Seneviratna      SL           559!       25.05     3.37       559 v WI at Dambulla 2013
10         ( – )          Holly Colvin         Eng         558         22.96     3.66       715 v Aus at Lord’s 2009
11=       ( – )          Laura Marsh        Eng         539         27.56     3.87       711 v Aus at Perth 2011
( – )          Sunette Loubser   SA           539*!    17.01     3.06       539 v Ban at Centurion 2013
13         (+1)         Gouher Sultana    Ind          516*      21.74     3.44       590 v WI at St Kitts (WP) 2012
14         (-1)          Sian Ruck             NZ          515*      32.75     3.68       538 v WI at Kingston 2013
15         ( – )          Sadia Yousuf       Pak         501*!    16.20     3.23       501 v Ire at Dublin 2013
16         ( – )          Sana Mir               Pak         498         27.93     3.57       536 v Ind at Cuttack 2013
17=       ( – )          S.Siriwardene        SL           482         22.89     3.68       535 v Eng at Colombo (NCC) 2010
( – )          Sarah Coyte         Aus         482*!    22.53     4.32       482 v Eng at Hove 2013
19         ( – )          Shibnam Ismail   SA           481*      22.86     3.71       509 v WI at Cuttack 2013
20         (+1)         D v Niekerk           SA           457*!    16.30     3.42       457 v Ban at Centurion 2013

All-rounders
Rank    (+/-)        Player                 Team       Pts        HS Rating
1           ( – )          Stafanie Taylor    WI          560 /*!  560 v NZ at Kingston 2013
2           (+2)         Shanel Daley        WI          249 /*   273 v Aus at Mumbai 2013
3           ( – )          Ellyse Perry           Aus         239*/ !  239 v Eng at Hove 2013
4           (+1)         Jenny Gunn          Eng         220        348 v Aus at Melbourne 2008
5           (-3)          Nicola Browne     NZ          211        377 v Eng at Lincoln 2008

!      Indicates career-highest rating
*    Indicates provisional rating; a batsman qualifies for a full rating after a minimum of 40 started innings; a bowler qualifies for a full rating after he has conceded 1,500 runs
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