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One Day Internationals - Women
(Updated 1 Dec 2016)
New Zealand hosted Pakistan in a five-match series in November, winning all five games (and all except one by a large margin). England beat Sri Lanka with similar ease in their four matches in Colombo, while India recorded a 3-0 series win against India.

South Africa came the closest to causing an upset during the month. Although South Africa lost the series against Australia 4-0, a tie in the fourth game of the five-match series was the closest they have come to winning in the 13 ODIs between the two sides.

There were no positional changes on the table last month. However, New Zealand's and India's runs of wins lifted both teams ratings to their highest levels since 2011, while Sri Lanka's rating slipped to a new all-time low.

Rank Team Points Change last month Rating end 2015
1 Australia 849 +2 857
2 England 773 +8 781
3 India 677 +25 633
4 New Zealand 658 +20 621
5 West Indies 601 -25 608
6 South Africa 547 -2 562
7 Pakistan 437 -20 463
8 Bangladesh 428 424
9 Sri Lanka 384 -8 409
10 Ireland 329 325
11 Netherlands 244 244

Best and worst ratings
Team Best rating Worst rating
Australia 933, on 28 Oct 2006 442, on 1 Jan 1978
Bangladesh 448, on 10 Apr 2013 421, on 24 Sep 2013
England 838, on 5 Jul 2009 491, on 24 Jan 2002
India 761, on 4 Jan 2006 334, on 23 Feb 1984
Ireland 503, on 26 Jul 2003 316, on 9 Aug 2016
Netherlands 419, on 25 Jul 1998 218, on 24 Nov 2011
New Zealand 831, on 23 Dec 2000 377, on 18 Jan 1982
Pakistan 481, on 16 Oct 2015 292, on 26 Jan 2007
South Africa 575, on 9 Aug 2016 461, on 7 Apr 2005
Sri Lanka 600, on 23 Mar 2003 384, on 18 Nov 2016
West Indies 632, on 16 Oct 2016 417, on 27 Mar 2004