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List of Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

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One day I thought why only write about men’s cricket and games so now let’s focus on women’s cricket and here’s…List of Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

Sr. No.Player NameTeam MatchesWickets Best Bowling Inning
1.Jhulan GoswamiIndia1962476/31
2.Cathryn FitzpatrickAustralia1091805/14
3.Anisa MohammedWest Indies1371767/14
4.Shabnim IsmailSouth Africa1151656/10
5.Katherine BruntEngland1321645/18
6.Ellyse PerryAustralia1221567/22
7.Sana MirPakistan1201515/32
8.Stafanie TaylorWest Indies1381484/17
9.Lisa SthalekarAustralia1251465/35
10.Neetu DavidIndia971415/20
Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

Jhulan Goswami – Rank 1 in List of Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

Jhulan Goswami - Rank 1 Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Wome
Jhulan Goswami – Rank 1 Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in Women’s ODI cricket

She is an Indian international cricketer and former captain of the Indian national women’s cricket team. She is an all-rounder who bats right-handed and bowls right-arm medium-fast.

Jhulan is called one of the greatest women fast bowlers of all time and also the highest wicket-taker in Women’s ODI cricket. She took in total 247 wickets to reach Rank 1 in this list and there is a huge difference between Rank 1 and Rank 2 so let’s continue to the next…

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Cathryn Fitzpatrick – Rank 2 Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

Cathryn Fitzpatrick - Rank 2 Top 10 Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket
Cathryn Fitzpatrick – Rank 2 in Highest Wicket Taker in ODI Women’s Cricket

She is a former Australian cricketer also recognized as the world’s fastest female bowler and became the first woman to take 100 ODI wickets.

 In 2019, she has received both the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. She took in a total of 180 wickets and it’s a huge difference between Rank 1 and Rank 2

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