Home Blog

Top 10 most wicket takers in World Cup 2019

0
Top 10 Most Wickets in World Cup

Top 10 most wicket takers in World Cup 2019

  1. MITCHELL STARC (AUS)
  2. LOCKIE FERGUSON (NZ)
  3. JOFRA ARCHER (ENG)
  4. MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN (BAN)
  5. JASPRIT BUMRAH (IND)
  6. MARK WOOD (ENG)
  7. TRENT BOULT (NZ)
  8. MOHAMMAD AMIR (PAK)
  9. SHAHEEN AFRIDI (PAK)
  10. CHRIS WOAKES (ENG)

 

MITCHELL STARC (AUS): Micthell Starc is an Australian left-arm opening bowler. He is widely regarded as one of the best bowlers of Australian cricket history.

M Starc is the leading wickets taker in the World Cup 2019 and he is also top wickets taker in 2015 ICC World Cup along with New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult (22).

He played a total of 10 innings in 10 matches and took 27 wickets in 92.2 over’s at an Average 18.59 with Economy Rate 5.43. His best bowling in an innings was 5/26. He has two times five-wickets in this tournament.

Starc broke the record for the most wickets in a single world cup edition With 27 wickets, Starc surpassed McGrath’s (26), who had set the milestone in the 2007 World Cup in West Indies; when he got England’s batsman Jonny Bairstow’s wicket (27) in the 2nd semi-final of the World Cup.




 

LOCKIE FERGUSON (NZ): Lockie Ferguson is a New Zealand right-arm quick bowler. He is the second most wickets taker in the 2019 ICC World Cup.

Ferguson took 21 wickets in 83.4 overs at an average of 19.47 with 4.88 economy rate.4/37 is his best bowling in an innings in this tournament.

JOFRA ARCHER (ENG): Jofra Archer is a Barbados-born English player; he was part of the England squad that won the maiden World Cup. J Archer is the third leading wicket-taker in the 2019 ICC World Cup.

Jofra made his ODI debut in May 2019 for England team just 2 months before the World Cup event.  He played total 11 innings of 11 matches and got 20 wickets in 100.5 overs at an average of 23.05 with 4.57 economy rate. 3/27 is his best bowling figure in an innings.

Archer played a major role in this tournament as a bowler and as a finisher with the bat.

MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN (BAN): Mustafizur Rahman is a Bangladeshi left-arm fast bowler. He is the fourth leading wickets taker in the 2019 ICC World Cup.

M Rahman took 20 wickets in 8 innings of 8 matches at an average 24.20 with economy rate 6.70. He is the most wickets taker of Bangladesh team.  5/59 is his best bowling figure in this event.


 

JASPRIT BUMRAH (IND): Jasprit Bumrah is an Indian right-arm fast bowler and current No.1 ODI bowler. He is the fifth most wickets taker in World Cup 2019 with 18 wickets in 84.0 overs at an average 20.61 with 4.41 economy rate.

4.41 is the best economy rate of the fast bowlers in the World Cup. 4/55 is his best bowling figure in the world cup.

MARK WOOD (ENG): Mark Wood is an England international right-arm fast bowler, who was the part of the England squad that won the cricket World Cup 2019. He played a major role in England’s bowling as an opening bowler and partnership breaker as well as.

He is the sixth most wickets taker in the World Cup 2019; Wood played total 11 innings of 11 matches and got 18 wickets in 89.4 overs. 3/18 is his best bowling figure in an innings in the World Cup.

MOHAMMAD AMIR (PAK): Mohammad Amir is a Pakistani left-arm facer. He is widely regarded as one of the best bowlers of Pakistani cricket history.

He is seventh leading wicket-taker in the ICC World Cup 2019. He took 16 wickets in 8 matches at an average of 21.05 with 4.90.

TRENT BOULT (NZ): Trent Boult is a New Zealand left-arm fast bowler. He is the eighth-most wicket-taker in the World Cup 2019. He dismissed 17 wickets in a total of 10 matches at an average of 28.17, 4.83 economy rate.

He has recorded for the most wicket-taker in 2015 World Cup along with Australian bowler Mitchell Starc.

SHAHEEN AFRIDI (PAK): Shaheen Afridi is a Pakistani right-arm fast bowler. He is the ninth most wicket-taker in the World Cup 2019 and he has recorded for the best bowling figure in an innings in the 2019 World Cup with 6/35. He is the only bowler to take 6 wickets-hauls in this World cup.

He got 16 wickets in just 5 matches at 14.62 averages with 4.96 economy rate.

Shaheen has also recorded for the youngest bowler to taken most wickets in an innings in World Cup and also highest wickets taker in an innings for the Pakistani side.


 

CHRIS WOAKES (ENG): Chris Woakes is an English bowler, who was the part of the 2019 World Cup-winning team.

Woakes is the tenth highest wicket-taker in their maiden World Cup. He dismissed 16 wickets in 85.0 overs in 11 matches. 3/20 is his best bowling figure in an innings in this World Cup.

Top 10 most wickets taker in World Cup 2019

In this article we are talking about most wickets in ICC 2019 World Cup history, Highest wickets in World Cup, 2019 ICC World Cup Most Wickets, World Cup Records, 2019 ICC World Cup Highest Wickets Records, All Time Records in World Cup.


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 players with the best economy rate in ICC 2019 World Cup

0
Top 10 Best Economy Rate in IPL

Top 10 players with the best economy rate in the 2019 ICC World Cup

  1. ANGELO MATHEWS (SL)
  2. KEMAR ROACH (WI)
  3. RAVINDRA JADEJA (IND)
  4. SAMIULLAH SHINWARI (AFG)
  5. DWAINE PRETORIUS (SA)
  6. VIJAY SHANKAR (IND)
  7. COLIN DE GRANDHOMME (NZ)
  8. KNAE WILLIAMSON (NZ)
  9. JASPRIT BUMRAH (IND)
  10. MUJEEB UR RAHMAN(AFG)

 

ANGELO MATHEWS (SL): Angelo Mathews is a Sri Lankan cricketer, who plays for his national team as a right-arm medium-fast bowler. He is former captain in all formats of the game.

Mathews is placed at the top position in the list of the top 10 players with the best economy rate in the 2019 ICC World Cup. He has a 3.00 economy rate in a total of 7 matches in 2.0 overs. He picked just one wicket.

KEMAR ROACH (WI): Kemar Roach is a Barbadian cricketer, who plays for the West Indies national cricket team as a right-arm fast-medium bowler.


Roach is placed at the second position in the list of the top 10 players with the best economy rate in 2019 ICC World Cup. He has a 3.66 economy rate in a total of 4 matches in 33.0 overs.

Roach took 6 wickets at an average of 20.16 & strike rate is maintained at 33.0. 3/36 is his best bowling figure in an innings in the world cup.

RAVINDRA JADEJA (IND): Ravindra Jadeja is an Indian international cricketer, who plays for the Indian team as a bowling-all-rounder. He is the 3rd best economy rate player in the World Cup 2019.

He has a 3.70 economy rate in a total of 2 matches. Jadeja took 2 wickets at an average of 37.00.

SAMIULLAH SHINWARI (AFG): Samiullah Shinwari is Afghanistan international cricketer, who plays for his national team as a right-arm leg-break bowler.

Shinwari is placed at the fourth spot in the list of the best economy rate in the World Cup 2019. He has a 4.00 economy rate in 8.00 overs in 3 matches.

DWAINE PRETORIUS (SA): Dwaine Pretorius is a South African cricketer, who plays for his national team as a bowling-all-rounder. He is a right-arm medium-fast bowler and right-handed batsman.

Dwaine is placed at the fifth position in the list of the top 10 best economy rate in the World Cup 2019 with 4.08 economy rate in 3 matches.

Dwaine Pretorius took 5 wickets at an average of 18.80. 3/25 is his best bowling figure in an innings in the World Cup.


VIJAY SHANKAR (IND): Vijay Shankar is an Indian cricketer, who plays for the ODI national team as a batting all-rounder.  Vijay is placed at the sixth position in the list of the top 10 players with the best economy rate in the World Cup 2019.

Vijay Shankar has 4.12 economy rate in 3 matches. He took 2 wickets in his debut World Cup.

Vijay set a new record for a wicket with his first ball at the ICC World Cup.

COLIN DE GRANDHOMME (NZ): Colin Drandhomme is a New Zealand batting-all-rounder. He is placed at the seventh position in the list of the best economy rate in the World Cup 2019.

Grandhomme has 4.15 economy rate in a total of 51.0 overs in 10 matches. He took 6 wickets at an average of the 35.33.

KANE WILLIAMSON (NZ): Kane Williamson is a New Zealand cricketer, who plays for his national team as a captain. He is placed at the eighth position in the list of the top 10 best economy rate in the World Cup 2019 with 4.26 economy rate in 15.0 overs.

Williamson took 2 wickets on this World Cup.

JASPRIT BUMRAH (IND): Jasprit Bumrah is the Indian international bowler. He is a right-handed fast-bowler. He has the ninth-best economy rate in the World Cup 2019.

Bumrah has 4.41 economy rate in 84.0 overs in 9 matches. He dismissed 18 wickets at an average of 20.16. 4/55 is his best bowling figure in an innings in the ICC 2019 World Cup.


MUJEEB UR RAHMAN (AFG): Mujeeb Ur Rahman is an Afghani cricketer, who plays for his national team as a right-arm off-break bowler.

Mujeeb stood at the tenth spot in the list of the top 10 players with the best economy rate in the World Cup 2019 with 4.47 economy rate in 57.5 overs in a total of 7 matches.

Mujeeb dismissed 7 wickets at an average of 37.00. 3/39 is his best bowling figure in an innings in the World Cup 2019.

Top 10 players with the best economy rate in the 2019 ICC World Cup

In this article we are talking about best economy rate in 2019 World Cup history, Best Economy Rate in ICC 2019 World Cup, 2019 World Cup Best Economy Rate, World Cup Records,2019 World Cup Best Economy Rate Records, 2019 All Time Records in World Cup.


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

 

 

Top 10 players with most sixes in World Cup 2019

0
2019 World Cup Most Sixes

Top 10 players with most sixes in World Cup 2019

 

  1. EOIN MORGAN (ENG)
  2. AARON FINCH (AUS)
  3. ROHIT SHARMA (IND)
  4. JASON ROY (ENG)
  5. CHRIS GAYLE (WI)
  6. JONNY BAIRSTOW (ENG)
  7. BEN STOKES (ENG)
  8. NICHOLAS POORAN (WI)
  9. R VAN DER DUSSEN (SA)
  10. DAVID WARNER (AUS)

EOIN MORGAN (ENG): Eoin Morgan is an Ireland cricketer, who playing for the England national cricket team as a left-handed batsman. Who captains the England cricket team in ODI cricket and under his captaincy, England won the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, becoming world champions for the first time.

In the list of the top 10 players with most hitting sixers in the 2019 World Cup history, Morgan is placed at the top position with 22 sixes in a total of 10 innings in 11 matches. He scored a total of 371 runs with the help of 1 century & 1 half-century; he also slapped 26 fours as well.

Morgan set a new world record of 17 sixes in individual ODI innings as the World Cup hosts humbled Afghanistan by 150 runs.

AARON FINCH (AUS): Aaron Finch is an Australian cricketer, who plays for his national team as a right-handed batsman and captain of the limited-overs format also. Finch is the second player, who has most sixes in the 2019 World Cup.

He hit 18 sixes in 10 matches and scored a total of 507 runs including 2 centuries, 3 half-centuries as well. He hit 47 fours as well as.


ROHIT SHARMA (IND): Indian opening batsman Rohit Sharma is a right-handed batsman. He is placed at the third position with 14 sixes in a total of 9 innings in 9 matches. Rohit also most runs scorer of this season with 648 runs including recording 5 centuries and 1 half-century and slapped 67 fours as well. 67 fours are the most fours in world Cup 2019.

Rohit set a new record of 5 centuries in a single world cup season.

JASON ROY (ENG): Jason Roy is an English opening batsman. He is placed at the fourth position in the list of the top 10 players with most sixes in World Cup history with 12 sixes in 8 matches and scored a total of 443 runs including one century, 4 half-centuries and slapped 51 fours as well.

J Roy played an unbelievable opening partnership with another opener Jonny Bairstow.

 CHRIS GAYLE (WI): Chris Gayle is a West Indies cricketer, who plays for his national team as a left-handed opening batsman. He is the fifth most six hitters in the world cup 2019 with 12 sixes in 9 matches and scored 242 runs including 2 half-centuries.

He has recorded for the second most sixes in ODI cricket with 326 sixes; Pakistani former player Shahid Afridi (351) is the most sixes in ODI.


JONNY BAIRSTOW (ENG): Jonny Bairstow is an English batsman, who was the part of the England World Cup-winning Squad.  He is a wicket-keeping batsman.

Bairstow is placed at the sixth position in the list of the most sixes in World Cup 2019. He smashed 11 sixes in 11 matches and scored 532 runs including 2 centuries and 2 half-centuries.

BEN STOKES (ENG): Ben Stokes is a New Zealand born English cricketer, who won the player of the match in the final match of the World Cup between New Zealand and England.

Stokes has recorded for the seventh most sixes in World Cup 2019. He smashes 11 sixes 10 matches and scored a total of 465 runs including 5 half-centuries.

 NICHOLAS POORAN (WI): Nicholas Pooran is a West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman. In the list of the top 10 players with most sixes in the World Cup 2019, he is placed at the eighth spot with 10 sixes in 9 matches and scored a total of 311 runs including 1 century & 2 half-centuries.


R VAN DER DUSSEN (SA): R Van Der Dussen is a South African cricketer. He placed at the 9th position in the list of the top 10 players with most sixes in 2019 ICC World cup. He slapped 10 sixes in 6 innings of 9 matches and scored 367 runs including 3 half-centuries.

DAVID WARNER (AUS): Australian opening batsman David Warner is stood the tenth position in the list of the top 10 most sixes in ICC World Cup 2019. He slapped 8 sixes in 10 matches and scored 647 runs including 3 centuries and 3 half-centuries and slapped.

In this article we are talking about most sixes in 2019 World Cup history, Highest sixes in 2019 World Cup, 2019 World Cup Most Sixes, World Cup Records,2019 World Cup Highest Highest sixes Records,2019 All Time Records in World Cup.

Top 10 players with most sixes in World Cup 2019


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

 

Top 10 Highest run scorers in all World Cups

0
High scorers in World Cup

Top 10 Highest runs in all World Cups

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (India)
  2. Ricky Pointing (Australia)
  3. Kumara Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  4. Brian Lara (West Indies)
  5. AB de Villiers (South Africa
  6. Chris Gayle (West Indies)
  7. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka)
  8. Jaques Kallis (South Africa)
  9. Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)
  10. Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka)

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar (1992-2011): Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is a former International cricketer and former captain of his national cricket team. He is a right-handed batsman. He is the top scorer of ICC World Cup history and also highest run scorer of all time in International cricket.

Sachin played a total 44 innings in 45 matches and scored 2,278 runs including 6 centuries and 15 half-centuries at an average of 56.95 with the Strike rate is maintained at 88.98. He smashed 241 fours and 27 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 152.

Ricky Thomas Pointing (1996-2011): Ricky Pointing is a former International cricketer and former captain of his national team plays as a  right-handed batsman. Pointinig is the captain of the two times World Cup winning team in 2003 & 07 and also one of the members of the 1999 World Cup winning team under Steve Waugh. He is the leading run scorer in ODI format by Australian cricketer and second highest run scorer in World Cup history, 3rd highest runs scorer ODI cricket history.

Ricky played a total 42 innings in 46 matches and scored 1,743 runs including 5 centuries and 6 half-centuries at an average of 45.86 with the Strike rate is maintained at 79.95. He smashed 145 fours and 31 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 140*.


Kumara Sangakkara (2003-2015): Kumara Sangakkara is a former Sri Lanka International cricketer and former captain of his national team. He is a left-handed batsman.

Sangakkara is the third highest run scorer in World Cup history, second highest runs scorer in ODI format after Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Sangakkara played a total 35 innings in 37 matches and scored 1,532 runs including 5 centuries and 7 half-centuries at an average of 56.74 with the Strike rate is maintained at 86.55. He smashed 147 fours and 14 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 124.

Brian Charles Lara (1992-2007): Brian Lara is a Trinidadian cricketer and former cricketer of the West Indies National cricket team. Lara is a left-handed batsman, is the fourth highest runs scorer in World Cup history.

Lara played a total 33 innings in 34 matches and scored 1,225 runs including 2 centuries and 7 half-centuries at an average of 42.24 with the Strike rate is maintained at 86.26. He smashed 124 fours and 17 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 116.

Abraham Benjamin de Villiers (2007-2015): AB de Villiers is a former South African cricketer and former captain of his team also. He is a right-handed batsman. He holds some world records in World Cups, is the first South African cricketer and fifth overall to make two centuries in a single world cup series. He is the first South African player to score a double century in ODI format.


In the list of the top 10 leading runs scorer in ICC World Cup, AB de Villiers is placed at the fifth spot. He scored 1207 runs in 23 innings in 22 matches at an average of 63.52 maintained at 117.26. He smashed 121 fours and 37 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 162*.

Chris Gayle (2003-2019): Chris Gayle is a Jamaican cricketer, who plays for West Indies national cricketer as a left-handed top-order batsman and slow left-arm off-break bowler. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsman in all-formats of the game.

In the list of who have most runs in ICC World Cup history, Chris Gayle have the sixth spot with 1186 runs. He played total 34 innings in 35 matches at an average of 35.93, strike rate at 90.53. Gayle’s highest score in World Cup is 215 runs.

Sanath Teran Jayasuriya (1992-2007): Sanath Jayasuriya is a former Sri Lankan international player and former captain of his national team. He is the seventh highest runs scorer in World Cup history and second Sri Lankan batsman to make this feat. He is the only player to score more than 12,000 runs and Capture more than 300 wickets in ODI format.

Sanath played a total 37 innings in 38 matches and scored 1,165 runs including 3 centuries and 6 half-centuries at an average of 34.26 with the Strike rate is maintained at 90.66. He smashed 120 fours and 27 sixes. Jayasuriya’s highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 120.

Jaques Kallis (1996-2011): Jaques Kallis is a former South African Cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman. He is the eighth highest scorer in World Cup cricket.

Kallis played a total 32 innings in 36 matches and scored 1,148 runs including 1 century and 9 half-centuries at an average of 45.92 with the Strike rate is maintained at 74.40. He smashed 86 fours and 13 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 128.

Shakib Al Hasn (2007-2015): Shakib Al Hasan is the Bangladesh international cricketer, he is widely regarded as one of the best all-rounder in all formats of the game in game, plays as a left-handed batsman and slow left-arm orthodax bowler in all-formats of the game.

in the list of the top 10 most runs scorers in ICC World Cup, Shakib has the ninth most runs, scored 1146 runs in a total of 29 innings in 29 matches at an average of 45.84 with 82.56 strike rate. 124* is Shakib’s highest individual runs in World Cup.


Tillakaratne Mudiyanselage Dilshan (2007-2015): Tillakaratne Dilshan is a former Sri Lanka international cricketer and former captain of his national team. He is a right-handed batsman. He holds the record for the highest individual score by a Sri Lankan with 161* and holds the record for the highest opening partnership (144) along with Upul Tharanga.

Dilshan has the tenth spot who have scored highest runs World Cup. He played a total 25 innings in 27 matches and scored 1,112 runs including 4 centuries and 4 half-centuries at an average of 52.95 with the Strike rate is maintained at 92.97. He smashed 122 fours and 9 sixes. His highest score in the ICC One-Day World Cup is 161*.

In this article we are talking about Leading runs scorer in World Cup history, Highest runs in World Cup in World Cup, World Cup Most Runs, World Cup Records, World Cup Highest Runs Records, All Time Records in World Cup.

Top 10 Most Runs in World Cup


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 players with most centuries in the World Cup

0

Top 10 players with most centuries in the World Cup

  1. ROHIT SHARMA (IND)
  2. SACHIN TENDULKAR (IND)
  3. KUMAR SANGAKKARA (SL)
  4. RICKY POINTING (AUS)
  5. DAVID WARNER (AUS)
  6. SOURAV GANGULY (IND)
  7. AB DE VILLIERS (SA)
  8. MARK WAUGH (AUS)
  9. TILLAKARATNE DILSHAN(SL)
  10. MAHELA JAWARDENE (SL)

 

ROHIT SHARMA (IND): Indian opener Rohit Sharma has the most centuries in the World Cup history. He earned 6 centuries in the just 17 innings in the World Cup. In 2019 World Cup, Rohit made 5 centuries; the most centuries in a World Cup edition. He scored a total of 978 runs in 17 matches and slapped 100 fours, 23 sixes as well.

SACHIN TENDULKAR (IND): Sachin Tendulkar has second-most centuries in the World cup history with 6 centuries in a total of 44 innings in 45 matches and scoring 2278 runs with 88.98 strike rate, 65.20 average.  He slapped 241 fours, 27 sixes as well as. Sachin is the high scorer in the World Cup.



KUMAR SANGAKKARA (SL): Sri Lanka’s former player Kumar Sangakkara has the third-highest centuries in the World Cup. He earned 4 consecutive centuries in the 2015 ICC World Cup. He has total 5 centuries and scored 1532 runs in a total of 35 innings of 37 matches. He slapped 147 fours and 14 sixes as well.

RICKY POINTING (AUS): Australia former player Ricky Ponting has the fourth spot in the list of the top 10 most centurions in the World Cup. He has five centuries in a total of 42 innings in 46 matches and scoring 2180 runs with 79.95 strike rate, 45.86 average.  He slapped 145 fours, 31 sixes as well as.

DAVID WARNER (AUS): Australian opener David Warner has fifth-most centuries in the ICC World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 18 innings in 18 matches and scoring 992 runs with 98.22 strike rate, 62.00 average.  He slapped 104 fours, 17 sixes as well as.


SOURAV GANGULY (IND): Former Indian player Sourav Ganguly has the sixth most centuries in the World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 21 innings in 21 matches and scoring 1006 runs with 77.50 strike rate, 55.58 average. He slapped 79 fours and 25 sixes as well.

AB DE VILLIERS (SA): South African star batsman AB de Villiers has the seventh most centuries in the World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 22 innings in 23 matches with 117.29 strike rate, 63.562 average. He slapped 121 fours and 37 sixes as well.

MARK WAUGH (AUS): Mark Waugh is a former Australian cricketer. He has eighth highest centuries in the World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 22 innings in 22 matches with 83.73 strike rate, 52.84 average. He smashed 87 fours and 9 sixes as well.

TILLAKARATNE DILSHAN (SL): Former Sri Lankan opener Tillakaratne Dilshan has the ninth most centuries in the World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 25 innings in 27 matches with 92.47 strike rate, 52.84 averages.


MAHELA JAWARDENE (SL): Mahela Jayawardene is a former Sri Lanka cricketer. Mahela has the tenth most centuries in the World Cup with 4 centuries in a total of 34 innings in 40 matches at an average of 35.48, 85.93 strike rate. He slapped 99 fours, 12 sixes as well.

In this article we are talking about most centuries in World Cup history, Highest Centurions in World Cup, World Cup Most Centuries World Cup Records, World Cup Highest Centuries Records, All Time Records in World Cup.


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 players with most sixes in the World Cup History

0
Most Sixes in World Cup

Top 10 players with most sixes in the World Cup History

  1. CHRIS GAYLE (WI)
  2. AB DE VILLIERS (SA)
  3. RICKY PONTING (AUS)
  4. BRENDON MECCULUM (NZ)
  5. HERSCHELLE GIBBS (SA)
  6. SANATH JAYASURIYA (SL)
  7. SACHIN TENDULKAR (IND)
  8. EOIN MORGAN (ENG)
  9. SOURAV GANGULY (IND)
  10. AARON FINCH (AUS)

 

CHRIS GAYLE (WI): Chris Gayle is a Jamaican cricketer, who plays for West Indies national cricketer as a left-handed top-order batsman and slow left-arm off-break bowler.

In the list of top 10 players with most sixes in the world Cup history, Gayle is placed at the top position with 49 sixes in a total of 37 innings in 38 matches. He scored a total of 1186 runs with the help of 2 centuries & 11 half-centuries; he also slapped 116 fours as well.

 AB DE VILLIERS (SA): AB de Villiers is a former South African International cricketer, who played for his national team as wicket-keeping-batsman. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm bowler.

AB is placed at the second position of the top 10 most sixes hitter in the World Cup history with 37 sixes in a total of 22 innings in 22 matches. He scored a total of 1207 runs with the help of 4 centuries & 6 half-centuries; he also slapped 121 fours as well.

RICKY PONTING (AUS): Ricky Ponting is an Australian former cricketer. He is one of the successful captains of the cricket world, under his captaincy Australia won the 2 World Cups.

In the list of top 10 players with highest sixes in the World Cup history, Ponting is placed at the third position with 31 sixes in a total of 42 innings in 42 matches. He scored a total of 1743 runs with the help of 5 centuries & 6 half-centuries; he also slapped 145 fours as well.

BRENDON MECCULUM (NZ): Brendon Mecuculum is a New Zealand former cricketer, who played all formats, and also a former captain in all forms. He is widely regarded as one of the aggressive batsmen in the cricket world. Mccullum is placed at the fourth position in the most sixes hitter in the Cricket world with 29 sixes.

HERSCHELLE GIBBS (SA): Herschelle Gibbs is a South African former player. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm fast bowler. He is widely regarded as one of the best batsmen of the South African cricket world.

In the list of top 10 players with most sixes in the World Cup history, Gibbs is placed at the fifth position with 28 sixes in a total of 23 innings in 28 matches. He scored a total of 1067 runs with the help of 2 centuries & 8 half-centuries; he also slapped 106 fours as well.




SANATH JAYASURIYA (SL): Sanath Jayasuriya is a former Sri Lankan cricketer and a former captain of the Sri Lankan national team. He is widely considered one of the greatest One Day International (ODI) players of all time.

Jayasuriya has the sixth position in the list of the top 10 most sixes in the World Cup history with 27 sixes in a total of 37 innings in 38 matches. He scored a total of 1165 runs with the help of 3 centuries & 6 half-centuries; he also slapped 120 fours as well.

SACHIN TENDULKAR (IND): Sachin Tendulkar is a former Indian international cricketer, who played for his national team as a right-handed batsman and right-arm slow bowler.  He is al time leading run-scorer in both ODIs and Tests in the cricket history.

Sachin has the seventh most sixes in the World Cup history with 27 sixes in a total of 44 innings in 45 matches. He scored a total of 2278 runs with the help of 6 centuries & 15 half-centuries; he also slapped 241 fours as well.

Eoin Morgan (ENG): Eoin Morgan is an Ireland cricketer, who currently play for England international team as a top order batsman and world cup winning captain also.

Morgan has the eighth highest sixes in World Cup history with 26 sixes.He scored a total of 672 runs at an average of 25.84.

SOURAV GANGULY (IND): Sourav Ganguly is a former Indian cricketer and former captain also. He is a left-handed batsman.

In the list of top 10 players with most sixes in IPL history, Ganguly is placed at the ninth position with 25 sixes in a total of 21 innings in 21 matches. He scored a total of 1006 runs with the help of 4 centuries & 3 half-centuries; he also slapped 79 fours as well.

AARON FINCH (AUS): Aaron Finch is an Australian cricketer, who currently plays for his national team as a right-handed batsman in the limited-overs game.

Finch is the tenth most sixes hitter in the World Cup history. He smashed 24 sixes in a total of 18 innings in 18 matches and scored total 787 runs including 3 centuries, 4 half-centuries with 43.72 averages. He slapped 73 fours as well. 153 runs are his highest score in the World Cup.

In this article we are talking about most sixes in World Cup history, Highest sixes in World Cup, World Cup Most Sixes, World Cup Records, World Cup Highest Highest sixes Records, All Time Records in World Cup.

Top 10 players with most sixes in the World Cup History


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 highest individual runs in the World Cup

0
Most Runs in WC

Top 10 highest individual runs in the World Cup

  1. MARTIN GUPTILL (NZ)
  2. CHRIS GAYLE (WI)
  3. GARY KRISTEN (SA)
  4. SOURAV GANGULY (IND)
  5. SIR VIV RICHARDS (WI)
  6. DAVID WARNER (AUS)
  7. KAPIL DEV (IND)
  8. VIRENDER SEHWAG (IND)
  9. CRAIG WISHART (ZIM)
  10. GLENN TURNER (NZ)

 

MARTIN GUPTILL (NZ): Matin Guptill is a New Zealand cricketer, who represents for his international team as a right-handed opening batsman.  He is the first cricketer from New Zealand and the fifth overall to have scored a double century in One Day International match and holds the current record for the highest individual score in Cricket World Cup.

Martin has the highest individual score in World cup history. In the list of the top ten players with the highest individual score in the World cup, Martin Guptill is placed at the top spot. He scored 237* runs in just 163 balls with 145.39 strike rate. He smashed 11 sixes and 24 fours against West Indies team in 2015 World Cup season.

CHRIS GAYLE: Chris Gayle is a Jamaican cricketer, who plays for West Indies national cricketer as a left-handed top-order batsman and slow left-arm off-break bowler.


Gayle has the second-highest individual score in the World Cup, scored 215 runs in just 147 balls with 146.25 strike rate against Zimbabwe in 2015 World Cup season. He smashed 16 sixes and 10 fours as well.

GARY KRISTEN (SA): Gaty Kristen is a South African former cricketer, who represented for his national team as a left-handed opening batsman. He is the third most scorer in an innings in the World Cup history.

G Kristen scored 188* runs in just 159 balls with 118.3 strike rate against U.A.E in 1996 World Cup season. He smashed 04 sixes and 13 fours as well.

SOURAV GANGULY (IND): Indian former player Sourav Ganguly is a left-handed opening batsman.

Ganguly has placed at the fourth spot of the table, which scored highest individual runs in the World Cup history.

Ganguly scored 183 runs in just 158 balls with 115.82 strike rate against Sri Lanka in 1999 World Cup season. He smashed 07 sixes and 17 fours as well.

SIR VIV RICHARDS (WI): Richards is an Antiguan former cricketer, who represented the West Indies international team as a right-handed batsman. He has the fifth-highest individual runs in the World Cup.


Richards scored 181 runs in just 125 balls with 144.80 strike rate against Sri Lanka in 1987 World Cup season. He smashed 07 sixes and 16 fours as well.

DAVID WARNER (AUS): David Warner is an Australian left-handed opening batsman. He has the sixth-highest individual score in an innings in the World Cup history.

Warner scored 178 runs in just 133 balls with 133.83 strike rate against Afghanistan in 2019 World Cup season. He smashed 05 sixes and 1 four as well.

KAPIL DEV (IND): Indian World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev is seventh highest runs scorer in an innings in the World Cup history.

He scored 175* runs in just 138 balls with 126.81 strike rate against Zimbabwe in 1983 World Cup season. He smashed 06 sixes and 16 fours as well.

VIRENDER SEHWAG (IND): Virender Sehwag is an Indian former cricketer. He is a right-handed opening batsman and right-arm spinner.

Sehwag has the eighth spot of the top 10 high scorers in the World Cup history. He scored 175 runs in just 140 balls with 125.01 strike rate against Bangladesh in 2011 World Cup season. He smashed 05 sixes and 14 fours as well.

CRAIG WISHART (ZIM): Wishart is a former Zimbabwe cricketer, who represented for his national team as a right-handed batsman. Wishart is the ninth highest individual runs in the World Cup. He scored 172* runs in just 151 balls with 113.905 strike rate against Zimbabwe in 2003 World Cup season. He smashed 03 sixes and 18 fours as well. It is the highest score by any Zimbabwean cricketer.

GLENN TURNER (NZ): Glenn Turner is a former New Zealand cricketer, who played for the New Zealand international team as a right-handed batsman. Turner is widely considered as one of the best batsmen of the cricket world.

In the list of the top 10 most runs scorer in World Cup, Tuner is placed at the tenth spot.


He scored 171* runs in just 201 balls with 85.07 strike rate against East-Africa in 1975 World Cup season. He smashed 02 sixes and 16 fours as well.

In this article we are talking about Leading runs scorer in an innings in World Cup history, Highest individual runs in World Cup in World Cup, World Cup Most Runs, World Cup Records, World Cup Highest Records, All Time Records in World Cup.

Top 10 highest individual runs in the World Cup


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 highest wicket takers in BBL

0
Top 10 most runs in BBL
Most Runs in Big Bash League

Top 10 most wicket takers in BBL

In the game of Cricket bowlers are always ill-treated as more focus is on Batmen smacking the ball over boundaries, scoring centuries. Big Bash League (BBL) is no different, however bowlers have performed equally well in BBL even when they did not receive much attention. Let us have a look at the most wicket takers in BBL till now.

1. Ben Laughlin (Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes, Brisbane Heat)
2. Sean Anthony Abbott (Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder)
3. Kane William Richardson (Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Renegades)
4. Cameron John Boyce (Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes)
5. Andrew James Tye (Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder)
6. James Faulkner ( Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Stars)
7. Adam Zampa (Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Stars, Sydney Thunders)
8. Daniel Trevor Christian (Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes)
9. Michael Neser (Adelaide Strikers, Brisbane Heat)
10. Benjamin James Cutting (Brisbane Heat)

Ben Laughlin (2011-2020): Ben Laughlin is an Australian former international cricketer, who played for his national team as a right-arm fast medium bowler from 2009 to 2013. At the domestic level, he played for several teams.

In BBL league he played for Hobart Hurricanes team from 2011 to 2014 and to play for Adelaide Strikers since 2014. In 2019/20 BBL Seaon, Laughlin was played for Brisnbane Heat team. He is placed at the top position in the list of top 10 most wicket-takers in BBL.


Laughlin took 110 wickets in 304.1 overs in a total of 87 innings in 88 matches at an Average 22.12 with economy rate 8.00 and the strike rate is 16.50. He took 4 wickets-hauls twice in his Big Bash league career. Laughlin is the first player to take 100 wickets in Big Bash League history.

Sean Anthony Abbott (2011-2020): Sean Abbott is an Australian professional cricketer and former Australian international cricketer. He played for his national team as a right-arm bowling-all-rounder in both ODI and T20I in 2014.

In BBL he played for Sydney Thunders from 2011 to 2013 and currently plays for Sydney Sixers since 2013. He is the placed at the second position in the list of top 10 highest wicket-taker in Big Bash League.

Sean played a total of 76 innings in 76 matches and took 99 wickets in 247.4 overs at an Average 21.21 with economy rate 8.47 and the strike rate is 15.00. He took 4 wickets-hauls twice and five-wickets-hauls once in his Big Bash league career.

Kane William Richardson (2011-2020): Kane Richardson is an Australian international cricketer who plays for his national team as a right-arm fast bowler in both T20Is and ODIs.

In BBL he played for Adelaide Strikers in 2011/12 to 2016/17 after he plays for Melbourne Renegades since 2017/18.Richardson has the third leading wicket takers in Australian No.1 T20 Franchise league Big Bash League with 83 wickets.

Kane Richardson played a total of 68 innings in 67 matches and took 83 wickets in 246.2 overs at an Average 23.14 with economy rate 7.79 and the strike rate is 17.80. He has four 4-wickets hauls in his Big Bash league career.


Cameron John Boyce (2012-2020): Cameron Boyce is an Australian professional cricketer. He is a right-arm leg spinner. In BBL he played for Hobart Hurricanes from 2013 to 2018. He currently plays for Melbourne Renegades team.

Boyce is the fourth highest wicket-taker in Big Bash League with 79 wickets in 262.4 overs at an Average 25.45 with economy rate 7.65 and the strike rate is 19.90.

Andrew James Tye (2014-2018): Andrew Tye is an Australian international cricketer who plays for his national team as a right-arm fast medium bowler in both T20Is and ODIs. In BBL he played for Sydney Thunder team from 2013 to 2014 after he plays for Perth Scorchers since 2014.

Tye is placed at the fifth position in the list of top 10 leading wicket-taker in Big Bash League.

He dismissed total 72 wickets in 52 matches at an Average 19.80 with economy rate 7.52 and the strike rate is 15.70. He took 4 wickets-hauls trice and 5 wickets-hauls once in his Big Bash league career.

James Peter Faulkner (2011-2020): James Faulkner is a former Australian international player. He is a bowling all-rounder, Left-arm fast-medium bowler and right-handed batsman.

Faulkner has the sixth spot that dismissed most wickets in Big Bash League with 72 wickets in a total of 65 matches at an average of 22.25.

Adam Zampa (2011-2020): Adam Zampa is an Australian international cricketer, who plays as a right-arm google break bowler in both limited overs game.

Zampa is played in Big Bash League in different team (Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunders). Zampa is the seventh most wicket takers in Big Bash League. He took 69 wickets in a total of 62 inning in 63 matches with 69 wickets.

Daniel Trevor Christian (2011-2018): Daniel Christian is an Australian former international cricketer, who played for his national team as a bowling-all-rounder from 2011 to 2020. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm bowler.

In BBL he played for Brisbane Heat from 2011 to 2015 after he played for Hobart Hurricanes. Christian Currently plays for Melbourne Renegades.

In the list of who has most dismissals in Big Bash League, Christian is placed at the eighth spot with 67 wickets in 88 matches at an average of 7.16. He has 2 four-wicket hauls and 2 five-wickets in his BBL career.


Michael Neser (2011- 2019): Michael Neser is a South African born Australian cricketer, who plays for the Australian national team as a bowling all-rounder, as a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler.

Neser is the ninth highest wicket-taker in world’s no.1 T20 League (Big Bash League). He dismissed 65 wickets in 64 matches at an average of 26.86,  8.34 economy rate.

Benjamin James Cutting (2012 – 2020): Ben Cutting is a Australian international cricketer, who plays as an all-rounder. He is a right-arm fast bowler and batsman.

In Big Bash League, he playing for Brisbane Heat team since 2011. In the list of the leading wicket takers in Big Bash League, Ben is placed at the tenth spot. He took 63 wickets in 79 matches.

In this article we are talking about Leading wicket takers in an innings in Big Bash League – 2020, Highest wicket takers BBL, Big Bash League, Most wickets in Big Bash League -2020, Big Bash League – 2020, BBL Bowling Records, All Time Bowling Records in Big Bash League.


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Statistics of the ICC Women’s T20I World Cup – 2020

0
Records of the Women T20I World Cup

To promote the female cricket and treat the women cricket fans we have brought you an article about the Statistical highlights and best performers of the ICC Women’s T20I World Cup 2020. Let us have a look at the competition statistics of season 7 of the Women’s T20I World Cup!

Top 10 Most Runs in Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup – 2020

1. Beth Mooney (Australia) – 259 runs 
2. Alyssa Healy (Australia) – 236 runs
3. Natalie Sciver (England) – 202 runs
4. Heather Knight (England) – 193 runs
5. Shafali Verma(India) – 163 runs
6. Chamari Atapattu (Sri Lanka)- 154 runs
7. Sophie Devine (New Zealand)- 132 runs
8. Meg Lanning (Australia) – 132 runs
9. Lizelle Lee (South Africa) – 119 runs
10. Deepti Sharma (India)- 116 runs




Top 10 Most Wickets in Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup – 2020

1. Megan Schutt (Australia) – 13 Wickets 
2. Poonam Yadav (India) – 10 Wickets
3. Jess Jonassen (Australia)- 10 Wickets
4. Sophie Ecclestone (England) – 08 Wickets 
5. Anya Shrubsole (England) – 08 Wickets
6. Hayley Jensen (New Zealand) – 07 Wickets
7. Shashikala Siriwardene (Sri Lanka) – 07 Wickets
8. Shikha Pandey (India) – 07 Wickets
9. Sarah Glenn (England) – 06 Wickets
10. Amelia Kerr (New Zealand) – 06 Wickets

Top 10 Highest Individual Runs in Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup – 2020

1. Heather Knight (England) – 108* Runs
2. Lizelle Lee (Australia) – 101 Runs
3. Alyssa Healy (Australia) – 83 Runs
4. Beth Mooney (Australia) – 81* Runs
5. Sophie Devine (New Zealand) – 75* Runs
6. Sune Luus (South Africa) – 61* Runs
7. Rachael Haynes (Australia) – 60 Runs
8. Natalie Sciver (England)- 59* Runs
9. Nattakan Chantam (Thailand) – 56 Runs
10. Loura Wolvaardt (South Africa)- 53* Runs




Top 10 Best Bowling Figure in an innings in Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup – 2020

1. Shashikala Siriwardene (Sri Lanka) – 4/16  
2. Ritu Moni (Bangladesh) – 4/18
3. Megan Schutt (Australia) – 4/18
4. Poonam Yadav (India) – 4/19
5. Radha Yadav (India) – 4/23
6. Salma Khatun (Bangladesh) – 3/7 
7. Sophie Ecclestone (England) – 3/7 
8. Shabnim Ismai (South Africa) – 3/8
9. Hayley Jensen (New Zealand) – 3/11
10. Stafanie Taylor (West Indies) – 3/13

In this article we are talking about Most Runs, Most Wickets, Best Bowling Figure in an innings, Highest individual runs in an innings in ICC Women’s T20I World Cup – 2020.


Cricket Explorer  is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

Top 10 Highest Individual Runs in Women’s T20I World Cup – 2020

0
Top 10 highest individual runs
Top 10 Highest Individual Runs

1. Heather Knight (England):
2. Lizelle Lee (Australia)
3. Alyssa Healy (Australia)
4. Beth Mooney (Australia)
5. Sophie Devine (New Zealand)
6. Sune Luus (South Africa)
7. Rachael Haynes (Australia)
8. Natalie Sciver (England)
9. Nattakan Chantam (Thailand)
10. Loura Wolvaardt (South Africa)

Heather Knight (England): English player Heat Knight is right-handed middle order-bats-women is the leading run-scorer in Women’s T20I world cup.

Heather Knight scored highest runs in an innings in 2020 ICC Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup, scored 108* runs in 66 balls against Thailand Women team.

Lizelle Lee (Australia): Lizelle Lee is a Australia’s star opening plyer, plays as a right-handed opening bats-women and right-arm medium fast bowler.


In the list of top 10 highest individual runs in ICC Women’s T20I World Cup Lizelle Lee has the second highest individual runs, scored 101 runs in 66 balls over Thailand Women team.

Alyssa Healy (Australia): Alyssa Healy is an Australian international cricket player, who plays as a right-handed top-order bats-women-wicket-keeper in all-formats of the game.

Alyssa Healy has the third highest individual runs in 2020 ICC Women’s T20I World Cup. She scored 83 runs in 53 balls over South Africa Women team.

Beth Mooney (Australia): T20I Women’s World Cup winning team wicket-keeper Beth Mooney the most runs scorer in the tournament.

Beth Mooney has the fourth highest individual runs in an innings in the 2020 ICC Women’s T20I World Cup 81* runs in 51 balls.


Sophie Devine (New Zealand): Sophie Devine is New zealand is a New Zealand sportswoman, who has represented New Zealand in both cricket for the New Zealand national women’s cricket team , and in field hockey also.

In the list of top 10 highest individual score in 2020 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, Najmul Hossain Shanto has fifth spot. She scored 75* runs in 55 balls over Sri Lanka Women’s team.

Sune Luus (South Africa): Sune Luus is a South African cricket player, plays as an all-rounder in limited overs game. She is a right-handed bats-women and leg-break bowler.

Sune Luus scored sixth most runs in ICC Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup 2020. She scored 61 runs in 41 balls over Thailand Women’s team.

Rachael Haynes (Australia): Rachael Haynes is an Australian women cricketer, plays as a left-handed bats-women and left-arm medium fast bowler in all-formats of the game.

In the list of top 10 highest individual runs in 2020 ICC Women’s T20I World Cup, Rachael Haynes has seventh spot. She scored 60 runs in 47 balls over Sri Lanka Women team.

Natalie Sciver (England): Natalie Sciver is England all-rounder, plays as a right-handed bats-women and right-arm medium fast bowler.

Natalie Sciver is eighth most runs in an innings in ICC Women’s T20I Cricket World Cup, scored 59 runs in 52 balls.


Nattakan Chantam (Thailand): Nattakan Chantam is a Thailand cricketer, plays as a right-handed bats-women for Thailand national team.

In the list of who have scored highest runs in an innings 2020 ICC Women’s T20I World Cup, Nattakan Chantam scored 56 runs in 50 balls against Sri Lanka Women team.

Loura Wolvaardt (South Africa): Loura Wolvaardt is a South African cricketer, who represents his national team as an opening bats-women in limited overs game.

Loura Wolvaardt has the tenth highest runs in an innings in 2020 ICC Women’s T20I World Cup, scored 56* runs in 35 balls against Pakistan Women Cricket team.

In this article we are talking about Leading Runs Scorers in an innings in ICC Women’s T20I -2020, Highest Runs Getter in an innings ICC Women’s T20I -2020, ICC Women’s T20I -2020 Top Scorers, Most Runs in ICC Women’s T20I -2020, ICC Women’s T20I -2020 Batting Records, All Time Runs Scorers in ICC Women’s T20I -2020.


Cricket Explorer is started to explore Cricket across the globe 24*7 and report it to the Cricket crazy fans. We try to keep you updated with most of the Cricketing activities across the world at all times. Follow our networks to get our updates and improving your cricketing knowledge or follow your favorite players, teams.

Facebook: Cricket Explorer

Twitter: Cricket Explorer

Instagram: Cricket Explorer

No live match currently in Progress!

2nd Test 10:00 AM 16 July 2020
WI 0-0(0)
ENG 0-0(0)

Emirates Old Trafford

UPCOMING

3rd Test 10:00 AM 24 July 2020
0-0(0)
0-0(0)

Emirates Old Trafford

UPCOMING

1st ODI 13:00 PM 30 July 2020
0-0(0)
0-0(0)

The Ageas Bowl

UPCOMING

1st Test 10:00 AM 08 July 2020
WI 318 & 6-200(102.0 & 64.2)
ENG 204 & 313(67.3 & 111.2)

The Ageas Bowl

West Indies win by 4 wickets