Meg Lanning needs just 18 runs to become 2nd batter to achieve rare feat in women's T20 World Cup

Sports Tak Staff
February 262023

Meg Lanning has been in good form in women's T20 World Cup 2023 having scored 139 runs from 4 innings

If Lanning scores 18 more runs in the T20 World Cup final, she will come the 2nd batter to score 1,000 runs in tournament history

Earlier this month, New Zealand's Suzie Bates became the first to achieve the feat in women's T20 World Cup history

Suzie Bates has 1,066 runs from 36 innings at an average of 32.30 including 8 half-centuries 

On the other hand, Meg Lanning has scored 982 runs from 31 innings at an average of 40.91 including 1 century and 4 fifties

Apart from Lanning, Australian wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy also has a slim chance of entering the exclusive club

Alyssa Healy has scored 923 runs from 35 innings at an average of 28.84 including 7 half-centuries

Alyssa Healy will need a big knock against South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town to breach the 1,000-run mark

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