The Women's T20 World Cup 2020 is scheduled to start from February 21st, 2020. It is going to be the seventh edition of the Women's T20 World Cup. A total of 23 matches will be played amongst 10 countries. It will be an opportunity for the players from all these 10 participating nations to make and break Women's T20 World Cup 2020 stats in this World Cup.
Suzie Bates from New Zealand holds the record of most runs in Women's T20 World Cup. She had scored 881 runs in 28 matches. This came during her career span which lasted from 2009-2018. She is followed by Stafanie Taylor from West Indies and Charlotte Edwards from England with 797 and 768 runs respectively.
Meg Lanning of Australia scored 126 runs off 65 balls against Ireland. It is the best individual score in Women's T20 World Cup. Meg smashed the ball all around the park in her innings against Ireland on 27 March, 2014 to establish this record.
Mithali Raj of India has an average of 40.33, the best in Women's T20 World Cup so far. She has scored 726 runs in 24 matches. She has 5 half-centuries to his name. Raj is closely followed by Meg Lanning from Australia with an average of 37.42.
Stefanie Taylor from West Indies has a total of six half-centuries to her name, the most by any batsman in Women's T20 World Cup. Taylor has this record shared with Suzie Bates who also has six fifties.
The record for most wickets in Women's T20 World Cup is held by Ellyse Perry. At the T20 World Cup she has taken 36 wickets from 32 matches, averaging 16.47 at an amazing economy of 5.81. In achieving this feat, Perry has bowled 102 overs and given just 593 runs away.
New Zealand's spinner Morna Nielsen has the best economy rate of 4.31 in the Women's T20 World Cup. She has taken 11 wickets with an average of 20.00. She has conceded 220 runs in 51 overs