Most Wickets In ODI World Cup 2023: ICC Men’s Cricket World will begin with the first match between England vs New Zealand on October 5, 2023, at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. India will start their campaign with the first match against Australia on October 08, 2023, at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai.
In every season of the World Cup, we fitness top bowling performances from the bowlers around the world. People often search most wicket-takers in the World Cup, that’s why we have created this page to share the list of wicket-taker bowlers in the ODI World Cup 2023. You can keep it bookmarked because this list will be updated after every match to bring the most up-to-date stats for you.
There will be a total of 10 teams participating in the tournament around the world and we will witness the world’s top-class bowlers. Each team will play once with the other teams in the tournament, so there will be a total of 48 matches. That means, a very long journey of thrilling cricketing action.
Most Wickets In ODI World Cup 2023
In the World Cup 2019 hosted by England, Mitchell Starc was the highest wickets taker of the tournament. He took 27 wickets in 10 matches, with an economy of 5.44. His entire performance included 2 5 wickets fers.
Mustafizur Rahman from Bangladesh, was the second most wickets taker. He took 20 wickets in 8 matches, with an economy of 6.71. He got 2 5W in the tournament. Here is the complete list of the Highest wicket-takers in World Cup 2023, this list will be updated after every match so consider bookmarking this page.
|7||Shakib Al Hasan||BAN||5||3||28||3/30||168||27.2||4.86||136||—||—|
|12||Bas de Leede||NED||5||2||19||4/62||114||25.2||6.63||126||1||—|
India Jasprit Bumrah is leading the table of most wickets taker in World Cup 2023, he took 8 wickets after spending 93 runs in his 3 overs spell. His excellent bowling made it possible for his team to all-out Pakistan at 191 runs.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz from Bangladesh is standing in the second position with 3 wickets which he took against Afghanistan after giving 25 runs.
Most Wickets in ODI World Cup History
Glenn McGrath from Australia leads the table of highest wickets takers in ODI World Cup history. He has taken 71 wickets in 39 innings, with an excellent economy of 3.96. His career includes 2 5W in 39 innings of the ODI World Cup.
Sri Lankan legendary spin bowler Muttiah Muralitharan is at the second position in this table with 68 wickets in 39 innings, with an average of 3.88. You can check out the list below…
|2||Muttiah Muralitharan||Sri Lanka||68||39||19.63||3.88||0|
|3||Lasith Malinga||Sri Lanka||56||28||22.87||5.51||1|