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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.

Lea Tahuhu (New Zealand)

The veteran of 71 T20Is, 32-year-old New Zealander Lea Tahuhu has been impactful last five cricketing appearances for Cant Women apart from international cricket. She scalped seven wickets with a decent average of 23.6.

Speaking of her career in the T20Is, the Canterbury Women veteran has scalped 64 wickets with a best bowling figure of 4/6. Considering her experience and skills, Tahuhu could play a vital role in ending of title drought for two-time Women’s 20-20 World Cup runners-up New Zealand.

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