When the women’s teams of India and England will be in the fray for the first title of the Under-19 T20 World Cup, there will be a different competition between their 4 players.
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women’s ICC U-19 T20 World Cup The first champion of Who? The answer to this big question will be in front of the world today. Because, this tournament is now at its last stage. The final match of this tournament will be played a few hours from now. If the final match is played, it will go between the women’s teams of India and England. But, it will not be just a final but a triple match.
Now you must be wondering how the final match can be a triple match? So it is like this because there will be competition for the title. But at the same time, two more clashes will be seen between the players of India and England for the top score and highest wicket taker of the tournament. When the women’s teams of India and England will be in the fray for the first title of the Under-19 T20 World Cup, then the race for runs and wickets will be seen between their 4 players. Out of these 4 players, 2 will be from India while 2 will be from England.
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The race of runs will be seen between them
India’s Shweta Sehrawat is currently the leading run scorer in the Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. This Indian opener, who came out of the heart of the country, Delhi, has scored 292 runs in 6 innings of 6 matches played so far in the tournament, which includes 49 fours and 2 sixes. During this, Shweta’s batting average has been 146 while the strike rate is more than 141. He has scored 3 half-centuries during this period.
If India’s Shweta is the top run getter of the tournament, then England’s batsman and captain Grace Scrivens is also not far behind. He has scored only 3 runs less than Shweta in 6 innings of 6 matches played so far. The England captain scored 289 runs at an average of 48.16, which included 38 fours and 6 sixes. Grace’s strike rate has been more than 134 and she too has 3 half-centuries in the tournament like Shweta.
There will be a competition for the most wickets
The highest wicket-taker in the ICC Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup is currently Australia’s Clarke, who has taken 12 wickets. But, after the final match, India’s Parshvi Chopra and England’s Hannah Baker may leave the Australian bowler behind. Both Parshvi and Hana have 9-9 wickets in 5-5 matches. That is, if he has to become the highest wicket-taker in the tournament, then he will have to take 4 wickets. Working in the quota of 4 overs is a bit difficult but not impossible. It remains to be seen who wins here between Hannah of England and Parshvi of India.