Top 5 Highest Wicket-Taker In WTC 2021-2023

By khushi
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Nathan Lyon

Two finalists are now confirmed for the WTC final of the 2021 and 2023 cycle. It’s India and Australia in the finals and they will play the final at Oval, England. It will be very interesting to watch India Vs Australia at a neutral venue. In this article, we will see the top 5 highest wicket-takers in WTC 2021-2023.

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#5 Olie Robinson

England pacer, Olie Robinson is now a regular member of England’s test team. Robinson played 13 matches of WTC 2021-2023. Robinson took 53 wickets with an average and economy of 20.75 and 2.69.

#4 James Anderson

England’s veteran, James Anderson is at No.4 on our list. At age of 40 years, he is still playing the longest format of the game and continuously giving his best. Anderson took 58 wickets in 28 matches of the WTC 2021-2023 cycle. Anderson’s average and economy were 20.37 and 2.27.

#3 Ravichandran Ashwin

Worlds No.1 ranked test bowler; Ravichandran Ashwin is at No.3 on our list. He is the third-highest wicket-taker in WTC 2021-2023 cycle. Ashwin took 61 wickets in 26 matches with an average and economy of 19.67 and 2.48.

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#2 Kagiso Rabada

South African fast bowler, Kagiso Rabada is at No.2 on our list. He was exceptional in WTC 2021-2023. South Africa was very close to the finals but they lost their chance. Rabada took 67 wickets in 22 matches with an average and economy of 21.05 and 3.63.

#1 Nathan Lyon

The second spinner on our list and one of the best test spinners in world cricket, Nathan Lyon of Australia is the highest wicket-taker in WTC 2021-2023. Nathan Lyon took 83 wickets in 32 matches with an average and economy of 26.97 and 2.57.

By khushi
Khushi joined Sports Big News in 2022. She is an avid cricket and football lover who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through her keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, she aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in her writing. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, Khushi seeks to infuse his writing with the same level of precision.