10 records that are in danger in upcoming women's T20 World Cup

Sports Tak Staff
February 62023

1 | New Zealand's Suzie Bates needs 71 more runs to become first batter to score 1,000 runs in the tournament's history

2 | Australia's Ellyse Perry currently holds the record for most matches in T20 World Cup. She can break Rohit Sharma's record (39)

3 | Australia skipper Meg Lanning needs one more match to surpass England's Charlotte Edwards record (24) of most matches as captain in women's T20 WC

4 | Australia's Ellyse Perry (37), South Africa's Shabnim Ismail (35), West Indies' Stafanie Taylor (33) have a chance to break former England pacer Anya Shrubsole's (41) record of most wickets 

5 | Richa Ghosh, Fran Jonas, Georgian Plimmer, Shorna Akter, Disha Biswas, Marufa Akter, Amy Hunter and Georgina Dempsey will become select few cricketers who have played junior and senior WC

6 | Harmanpreet Kaur needs to play four more matches to become first cricketer (male or female) to play 150 T20Is. Harmanpreet can break Rohit Sharma's record (148) as well 

7 | If Suzie Bates has a phenomenal tournament with the bat she can become first woman cricketer to score 4000 runs in T20Is

8 | Pakistan's Nidar Dar needs 5 more wickets to break Anisa Mohammed's record for most wickets in T20Is. She is followed by Ellyse Perry (119), Shabnim Ismail (115)

9 | Australia's Meg Lanning needs to play 6 more matches to become first ever cricketer (male or female) to captain a side in 100 T20Is

10 | Stafanie Taylor and Sophie Devine will go up against each other in a race to become first cricketer to score 3,000 runs and take 100 wickets in T20Is

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