Top 5 Spinners to Watch in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Top 5 Spinners to Watch in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022

The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will begin on October 16, 2022. This competition will be place in Australia. In general, Australian pitches are seen to be a pacer’s dream. Only a few spinners in the world of cricket can conquer these wickets.

Rashid Khan will play for Afghanistan in the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022:

Afghanistan’s top spinner is the finest in the world right now. Rashid Khan has established his dominance in every T20 league. In the CPL, BBL, and IPL, the Afghani has outwitted every batter.

12.92 Strike rate average 12.5 percent

Wickets: 105

Adam Zampa will play for Australia in the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022:

Adam Zampa, the Australian team’s main spinner, will also be scrutinised. Zampa was a key player in the Australian Cricket Team’s T20 victory last season.

18.75 percent strike rate

Wickets: 71

Tabraiz Shamsi will represent South Africa: It’s a shame Tabraiz Shamsi was not sold in the IPL Mega Auction 2022. Shammo, the Magician, brought a lot to whatever squad he was a part of. He’s been crushing leagues all around the world.

18.2% strike rate

Wickets: 57

India will be represented by Yuzvendra Chahal:

Yuzvendra Chahal had waited his entire life for this moment. The BCCI has no choice but to choose him for the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. They didn’t pick Yuzi the first time around, and it cost India the World Cup. The selections must not make the same error twice. Yuzi is the most successful T20I bowler in India’s history.

18.57 percent strike rate

Wickets: 68

Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga will compete in the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022:

The Royal Challengers have found Wanindu Hasaranga to be a terrific value. He disproves every critic with each of his performances. There were a flurry of jokes on the internet about how Wanindu was a waste of 11.75 crores. Regardless, he has been rewarded handsomely for his leadership of the RCB.

 6.39 percent strike rate

Wickets: 57

 

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