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Women’s 20-20 World Cup: 5 players who can become leading wicket-takers in tournament

The eight edition of the Women’s T20 World Cup is set to commence on Friday, the 10 of February later this week.

Women's T20 World Cup

Senior Women’s 20-20 World Cup is all set to kick off on Friday, the 10th of February with the inaugural match between the hosts South Africa Women and Sri Lanka women at the Newlands in Cape Town. The stage is all set to witness the cricketing excellence of some renowned women cricketers in the World.

Whereas, speaking of the point of view of the bowlers, there will be a tough contention among the various veteran bowlers from the cricketing powerhouses like Australia, India, England, and India.

With said that, here we’ll have a look at the top 5 bowlers who might end up as the leading wicket-takers at the end of the tournament.

Jess Jonassen (Australia)

Jess Jonassen (Women's 20-20 World Cup)

The senior Queensland pacer Jess Jonassen is a major key element in the Australian women’s squad for the eighth edition of the Women’s 20-20 World Cup. Jonassen is active in T20I cricket for the yellow outfits for the last 11 years since her debut against New Zealand in the Sydney T20I back in 2012.

Apart from her total of 89 T20I wickets, the 30-year-old has also impressed with her performances in the last five white-ball appearances by scalping six wickets with a decent average of 19.2. So it would not be surprising if she finishes at the top of the list of leading wicket-takers in the tournament.

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