Representing your country in any sport is an honorable deed. India’s women’s side has so far played 291 ODI games and they are considered as one of the most formidable teams in the globe. India has presented so many talented bowlers over the year, who has always been on the top of their game. Bowling in ODI cricket is all about basics, moving the ball with the new ball and using variations with the old ball. Let’s take a gaze at the players with the most wickets for India in women’s ODI.
The highest wicket-taker in women’s ODI cricket is right on the top. Jhulan Goswami made her ODI debut in 2002 and has been dominating the batsmen for a long time now, scalping 255 wickets in 204 games for India. She has seven four-wicket hauls in her name, which is the most by any Indian.
Former slow left-arm bowler Neetu David has taken the 2nd most wickets for India in women’s ODI. Neetu is one of three bowlers who have taken more than 100 wickets in this format. Having played 97 matches, she has bagged 141 wickets. Her bowling average of 16.34 is the best among bowlers with more than 40 matches.
The third place on the list of the most wickets for India in women’s ODI features Nooshin Al Khadeer, grabbing 100 wickets in 78 matches she played. The off-break bowler claimed four 4-wicket hauls and one 5-wicket haul.
The 32 years old left-arm spinner from Karnataka, Rajeshwari Gayakwad has claimed 99 wickets for India, which is the 5th most in Women’s ODI by an Indian. Gayakwad possesses a great average of 20.79 in ODIs and her best performance of 5/15 came against New Zealand in the 2017 Women’s World Cup.
One of the best bowlers of India, Ekta Bisht occupies the 5th spot in terms of having the most wickets for India in women’s ODI. At a decent average of 21.83, Bisht had 98 scalps in 63 ODI games for India.
Top 10 Players Most Wickets For India In Women’s ODI
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Jhulan Goswami is the highest wicket-taker in women’s ODI (255).
Deepti Sharma has the best bowling figure for India in women’s ODI (6/20).
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