Indian players top the International Cricket Council's ODI Women's Rankings with Mithali Raj taking the numero uno spot in the batting chart and Jhulan Goswami heading the bowling list issued on Saturday.
But Claire Taylor has a chance to topple Mithali from the number one spot when England goes head to head first with Ireland in a one off ODI and then with New Zealand in a five-match series this month.
Taylor currently sits third in the batting rankings.
In the Rankings for ODI bowlers, England's Katherine Brunt, currently ranked fourth, only has 65 points between her and Jhulan and the 25-year-old will only need a few wickets to displace Australia's Lisa Sthalekar in third place.
Brunt's team-mates Holly Colvin, Nicky Shaw and Laura Marsh are currently occupying sixth, seventh and eighth and will all be pushing to rise up the rankings.
The Rankings for ODI all-rounders is currently topped by Australian Shelley Nitschke.