Save skipper Mithali Raj, whose strike-rate is also not the most impressive, others like Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma, Taniya Bhatia, and Punam Raut have struggled.
In the bowlers' list, Poonam Yadav (up to five places to seventh) and Shikha Pandey (up to eight places to 27th) are the main gainers for India.
Barring Mithali Raj's remarkable consistency in ODIs, the Indian batting was a disappointment and it is something that the team would want to correct in the three T20s.
Team India will travel to Australia in September to play three ODIs and as many T20Is besides their maiden Day-Night Test at Perth starting September 30.
West Indies bundled Pakistan out for 102 inside 20 overs then chased out the total with five balls to spare to clean sweep the series.
India vs England: I wanted to be there and win the game for team, says Mithali Raj after record-breaking innings
Mithali scored an unbeaten 75 to help India overhaul a 220-run target in the final ODI to hand India a consolation win.
Chasing 220, Mithali, who became the highest run-getter across all formats in women's cricket on Saturday, anchored India's chase with an unbeaten 75 off 86 balls.
Indian captain Mithali Raj makes history; becomes leading run-scorer across formats in women's cricket
Mithali achieved the feat in the ongoing third and final ODI against England. The Indian skipper surpassed former England cricketer Charlotte Edwards' record to reach the milestone.
The Indian fielders were sharp and agile as they stropped a few runs.
Mithali Raj-led India won the toss and opted to field in the third and final ODI against England at the New Road, Worcester.
West Indies brought on two substitutes and the game continued, with the home side eventually declared winners by seven runs on DLS.
Five of India's top players, including Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur, will feature in the inaugural season of The Hundred.
Having already lost the ODI series, India will be aiming to win the dead rubber on Saturday to gain some momentum ahead of the T20 series.
The 38-year-old Indian captain, who had scored a fighting 72 in the first ODI, once again stood out with a 92-ball 59, studded with six boundaries but she didn't get any support from the other end.
Former Indian cricketer Saba Karim said to make women's cricket grow faster a 'more professional approach'.