The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 was around the corner and the teams are gearing up. The last edition of the ICC Women’s world cup we saw some terrific batting performances which were eye pleasing and full of emotions. The world cup is just 5 days away and today we are going to discuss about the top five women batters to look out for in the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup 2022.
Here are the 5 Women Batters to look out for in the Women’s World Cup 2022
Meg Lanning, one of the most successful Australian captain. She has won 1 ICC Women’s world cup and ICC Women’s T20 World Cup so far. She also holds the record for most number of centuries by an Australian women batter. The women batter has scored 15 half centuries and 14 centuries in her career. She has scored 3,952 runs in 85 one day games. She is going to be one of the women batter to look out for when Australia take down other teams .
The Indian captain , Mithali Raj is going through a red hot form. She has scored 7 half centuries in her last 10 innings for India. The Indian women batter is the highest run getter in International cricket. She has scored 7,634 runs in 225 ODI games with 7 tons and 52 half tons. This will probably be his last world cup. She took his team to the finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2017.
The 21-year-old , New Zealand women batter scored 353 runs in the five-game series, including one century and three half centuries,with an average of 117.66. She was the player of the series verses India few days ago. She is going to be the key player for the white ferns as they will quest for the title.
In 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup, Tammy along with Sarah Taylor set the highest 2nd wicket partnership ever in the history of Women’s Cricket World Cup history(275).This is also the highest partnership for any wicket in Women’s World Cup history. During the same World Cup, she along with Natalie Sciver set the record 4th wicket partnership (170) in Women’s Cricket World Cup history . She was a member of the winning women’s team at the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup held in England, and won the player of the tournament after scoring 410 runs in the tournament. She has scored 2,949 runs in 85 one day matches with 14 half centuries and 8 centuries.
The Proteas women batter Lizelle Lee was named as ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of 2021, after she finished the year as the leading run-scorer in the one day format. Lee was unstoppable on the tour against India , scoring big runs in the South Africa’ 4-1 series win. With 288 runs, including a ton and two half centuries, she ended the series as the leading run-scorer and was awarded the Player of the Series. She will be top contender for the Player of the tournament award. Her fearless batting will a treat for the audience.