After enduring a rare failure in the first game, Verma was at her dazzling best again in the second game, when she hit a 48-game game that included five consecutive fours from seam bowler Katherine Brunt.
Her starting partner, Smriti Mandhana, is in fourth place after playing some decent shots in the ongoing series against England.
Meanwhile, the everyday spin bowler, Deepti Sharma, who had a stellar outing in the 2nd T20I, where she scored important 24 runs, in addition to recording figures of 1/19 in four overs, helped her to the fifth position in the To retain ICC T20I. rankings for allrounders. Sharma is in sixth place in the rankings of bowlers.
As for the English team, Nat Sciver has claimed a few places to enter the top-10 list of ICC T20I batsmen after her half-century in the first match against India.
Sciver, who moved up to 9th place on the ICC T20I rankings for batsmen, also claimed that the numero uno is just as fat as the all-rounders lost.
Sophie Ecclestone, meanwhile, is the no. 1 T20I bowler with 780 ranking points followed by fellow spinner Sarah Glenn in third place.
Indian leg-spinner Poonam Yadav moved to 7th place after a brilliant performance in the second T20I. Radha Yadav, meanwhile, dropped to 8th place after a disappointing outing in the last match.