|7||R. t. Doeschate||Netherlands||9||9||233||46.60||136.26||12||9||0||2||4||59|
|9||K. Shah||Hong Kong||7||7||223||37.17||119.89||17||6||0||2||1||79|
The ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 is the platform for emerging teams to finish in the top six of the tournament and get an opportunity to play in the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia. Only the top six teams out of the 62 teams scheduled to participate in the Qualifiers will be able to be a part of the main event Down Under.
The Qualifier event will start on 18 October 2019 and will go on till 2 November 2019 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. There will be excellent batting and bowling performances on display once the tournament starts. With the entire competition getting over in a span of 15 days, it will be interesting to keep a check on the statistics of the players.
With the grounds in Dubai being batsman-friendly, the batsmen will have a gala time and some T20I batting records will be in danger as the tournament progresses and potent batsmen get in form. With 51 matches taking place in 15 days, it will be easy to keep a tab on the World Cup Qualifiers batting stats from the table above.
Find the World cup qualifiers batting stats including most runs, best individual score, best strike rate and much more in the table given above.
Also see - ICC World Cup Qualifier Schedule
The bowlers will have to be on their toes and be equipped with variations like the slower one and the most lethal of them all, ‘the yorker’. It will not be that easy for the bowlers in the afternoon games but as the weather gets colder, there will be wind on offer to assist the bowlers. To keep a tab on the World Cup Qualifiers bowling stats refer the table given above.
Find all World Cup Qualifiers bowling stats from the above given table including Most wickets, best economies and much more.