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Highest wicket-Takers in ICC World Cup 2019: Who can become the leading Wicket Takers?

Highest wicket-Takers in ICC World Cup 2019: Who can become the leading Wicket Takers?: 2019 ICC World Cup is round the corner which is going to start with England vs South Africa match in 30th May 2019. It’s a month long tournament which is going to end on 14th July 2019. England and Wales are going to be the host country for 2019 Cricket World Cup.  Highest Run Scorers 2019

Highest Wicket Takers: Top Bowlers

This is the most prominent tournament and plays most crucial role for every cricketer as it adds aura to a player’s career, and enhances his legend. For long, cricket has been called as a batsman’s game which is quite unfair on many levels. Whether it is in recent times or previous year, it has been the bowlers who have done the most significant job for their team in order to take their teams to next level. In today’s scenario, one of the famous example would be Jasprit Bumrah from India. India vs Sri Lanka Live Streaming

Talking about the top bowling figures in the ICC World Cup history are:

Glenn McGrath – Australia vs Namibia, Potchefstroom, 2003 (7 overs, 15 runs, 7wickets, 4 maidens)

Andy Bichel – Australia vs England, Port Elizabeth, 2003 (10 overs, 20 runs, 7 wickets)

Leading Wicket Takers 2019

Winston Davis – West Indies vs Australia, Leeds, 1983 (10.3 overs, 7 wickets, 51 runs)

Winston Davis – West Indies vs Australia, Leeds, 1983 (10.3 overs, 7 wickets, 51 runs)

Ashish Nehra – India vs England, Durban, 2003 (10 overs, 6 wickets, 23 runs, 2 maidens)

Who Can become Leading Wicket Takers in World Cup 2019?

These are those bowlers who have created the history in ICC World Cup and without them, the team wouldn’t have been done such a great performance. So, with the help of this article we are here to present you top 5 bowler contenders for the leading wicket-taker, let’s get started: ICC Cricket World Cup Schedule 2019

Jasprit Bumrah

Jasprit Bumrah, an Indian cricketer who came to the front through the Indian Premier League, as a benefit for cricket in the nation. Now, he plays for the Indian national cricket team in all formats of the game. He steadily bowls at 145–150 kilometres per hour which makes him one of the fastest bowlers in India. He also specialises in bowling in-swinging yorker deliveries. ICC World Cup Points Table 2019

Here is the Bowling Career Summary of Jasprit Bumrah:

Tournaments Innings B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
Test 10 20 2416 1073 49 6/33 9/86 2.66 21.9 49.31 3
ODI 49 49 2505 1883 85 5/27 5/27 4.51 22.15 29.47 1
T20I 42 42 919 1029 51 3/11 3/11 6.72 20.18 18.02 0
IPL 77 77 1732 2183 82 3/7 3/7 7.56 26.62 21.12 0

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Kagiso Rabada

Kagiso Rabada is a South African international cricketer, a young tearaway pacers who has made the headlines exclusively for his fiery speed and nerve-wracking bounce. He plays all formats of the game and is popularly known by the nickname KG, is a fast bowler and plays domestic cricket for the Highveld Lions. ICC World Cup Live Streaming 2019

Here is the Bowling Career Summary of Kagiso Rabada:

Tournaments Innings B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
Test 37 69 6830 3832 176 7/112 13/144 3.37 21.77 38.81 9
ODI 66 65 3374 2802 106 6/16 6/16 4.98 26.43 31.83 1
T20I 19 19 422 585 25 3/30 3/30 8.32 23.4 16.88 0
IPL 18 18 410 556 31 4/21 4/21 8.14 17.94 13.23 0

 Kuldeep Yadav

An aspiring left-arm fast bowler in team India, Kuldeep Yadav, is now considered to be one of the best bowlers in Indian team.  Yadav made a contract with Mumbai Indians in the year 2012 in an Indian Premier League, but was not able to make the playing XI in his debut season, in spite of that he thus made the headlines for beating Sachin Tendulkar with his googly in the nets. Two years later, he was transferred to the Kolkata Knight Riders, but still was unsuccessful to play a game. In the year 2016, Kuldeep was given his due by the KKR franchise in IPL and he didn’t disappoint them. The slow-left arm bowler took 6 wickets from just 3 matches. Year 2018 was quite amazing for him as he made quick paces at the international level and IPL also saw him creating ripples. As well as, in the same edition, he also got his first Man of the Match award in an IPL. Hotstar Cricket Live Streaming

Here is the Bowling Career Summary of Kuldeep Yadav:

Tournaments Innings B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
Test 6 10 989 579 24 5/57 6/119 3.51 24.12 41.21 2
ODI 44 42 2298 1892 87 6/25 6/25 4.94 21.75 26.41 1
T20I 18 18 405 454 35 5/24 5/24 6.73 12.97 11.57 1
IPL 40 39 824 1144 39 4/20 4/20 8.33 29.33 21.13 0

Trent Boult

Trent Boult, the left-handed swing bowler who made his superb first appearance when he was picked for the New Zealand ‘A’ team for the tour of India in the year 2007. Trent Alexander Boult is a New Zealand international cricketer who plays as a bowler for Northern Districts in New Zealand’s domestic cricket, as well as New Zealand internationally. ICC World Cup Predictions 2019

Here is the Bowling Career Summary of Trent Boult:

Tournaments Innings B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
Test 61 115 13591 6776 246 6/30 10/80 2.99 27.54 55.25 8
ODI 79 79 4290 3632 147 7/34 7/34 5.08 24.71 29.18 5
T20I 25 25 551 784 37 4/34 4/34 8.54 21.19 14.89 0
IPL 33 33 765 1120 38 3/19 3/19 8.78 29.47 20.13 0

Hasan Ali

Hasan Ali is a Pakistani cricketer who made his first-class debut for Sialkot in the year 2013. He made his first appearance in international level for Pakistan in August 2016 in a One Day International match. The next summer, he was called in Pakistan’s squad for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. Star Sports Live Streaming

Here is the Bowling Career Summary of Hasan Ali:

Tournaments Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 9 17 1737 896 31 5/45 7/83 28.90 3.09 56.0 1 1 0
ODIs 49 47 2350 2125 80 5/34 5/34 26.56 5.42 29.3 1 3 0
T20Is 30 30 621 877 35 3/23 3/23 25.05 8.47 17.7 0 0 0
First-class 38 63 7175 4020 157 8/107 11/94 25.60 3.36 45.7 7 9 2
List A 73 71 3518 3123 126 5/34 5/34 24.78 5.32 27.9 5 3 0
T20s 93 92 2016 2535 124 5/20 5/20 20.44 7.54 16.2 4 1 0

Most Wicket taker in World Cup 2019

Pos Player P Overs Runs Wkts
1 Mitchell Starc
(Australia)
10 83.2 432 26
2 Mustafizur Rahman
(Bangladesh)
8 72.1 484 20
3 Jofra Archer
(England)
10 84.0 391 18
4 Jasprit Bumrah (India) 9 83.0 365 18
5 Lockie Ferguson
(New Zealand)
7 73.4 359 18
6 Mohammad Amir
(Pakistan)
8 73.0 358 17
7 Trent Boult
(New Zealand)
9 89.0 412 17
8 Shaheen Shah Afridi
(Pakistan)
5 47.1 234 16
9 Mark Wood
(England)
9 70.4 369 16
10 Mohammed Shami
(India)
4 35.1 193 14
11 Chris Morris
(South Africa)
7 63.4 341 13
12 Matt Henry
(New Zealand)
8 70.2 352 13
13 Lasith Malinga
(Sri Lanka)
7 61.4 373 13
14 Pat Cummins
(Australia)
10 79.1 393 13
15 Mohammad Saifuddin
(Bangladesh)
7 58.0 417 13
17 James Neesham
(New Zealand)
8 47.3 249 12
18 Sheldon Cottrell
(West Indies)
9 67.0 392 12
19 Yuzvendra Chahal
(India)
8 74.0 442 12