Raj, who has 738 rating points to her kitty, is behind Lizelle Lee (761) of South Africa and Alyssa Healy (750) of Australia
Sinha was a father figure in Delhi's famous Sonnet Club, which has produced some of the country's finest cricketers, who ruled domestic and international cricket.
The India opener said the performances put in by the bowling unit, led by Jhulan Goswami in the ODIs and one-off Test and by Shikha Pandey in the T20Is, was the biggest positive for the India women's cricket team in their recent multi-format series in Australia.
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"It was a little tricky as to when we could declare. Getting eight wickets in 15 overs was a bit of a stretch," Mithali said at the post-match media conference.
As per rules of multi-format series, both teams settled for two points. The series score stands at 6-4 in Australia's favour.
Deepti's career-best 66 helped India declare on 377/8 before Goswami and Vastrakar grabbed two wickets each to leave Australia 143/4 at stumps, trailing by 234.
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Australia, who played their lone day-night Test in November 2017, also go into the game with limited practice but their potent pace attack will be looking forward to wreaking havoc at the greenish pitch here.
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The 38-year-old Raj, who scored just 87 runs at an average of 29 in the just-concluded three-match series against Australia, now has 738 points in her kitty.
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The former India captain also expects more consistency from openers Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana.
Carey, who has played 20 WODIs and 18 WT20s and is yet to wear the whites, also described the Indian batting line up as a "dangerous" one.
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Mandhana, who made a 94-ball 86 to help India post 274 for 7 in 50 overs, said she was happy to be back among the runs.
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India has reduced Australia to 52/4 inside 16 overs but Mooney, with an unbeaten 125, stunned the visitors in the third-highest chase of all-time in women's cricket by knocking off a target of 275.
Regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time in the women''s game, Jhulan began her journey in international cricket nearly two decades ago and, at 38, she is still going strong but without enough help from the other end on a consistent basis.
While skipper Mithali, who has 762 rating points, retained her top spot, opener Smiriti Mandhana was placed seventh.
In the bowlers' list, Jhulan Goswami at fifth position is the lone Indian in top-10, while Deepti Sharma holds an identical slot in the all-rounder's category.