2020s Decade Records

Most Wickets in 2020s (2020-2029) in ODI Cricket

The 2020s decade is turning out to be exciting for cricket fans, with major ODI tournaments scheduled during this period. The fans will witness thrilling matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup, the ICC Champions Trophy, and the Asia Cup.

These pinnacle tournaments will see some heavyweights competing against each other to get their hands on the coveted trophies.

As the teams clash with one another, everyone will witness the fierce battle between bat and ball. Batters will look to tonk the bowlers, while bowlers will look to get rid of the batters and give their team a winning edge.

This article lists the top 10 bowlers who are leaving their mark in the 2020s decade in ODIs.

PlayerMatchesInningsWickets in 2020sBB/Innings5-Wicket Haul
Adam Zampa (AUS)51511045/351
Sandeep Lamichhane (NEP)4544976/113
Bilal Khan (OMA)4141915/314
Alzarri Joseph (WI)4646814/32
Wanindu Hasaranga (SL)4241717/194
Haris Rauf (PAK)3737695/181
Karan KC (NEP)4646695/333
Kuldeep Yadav (IND)4746695/25 1
Mehidy Hasan Miraz (BAN)5957694/25
Mohammed Siraj (IND)4039686/211
Top 10 bowlers with the most ODI wickets in the 2020s decade

Also Read: Top 10: Most Wickets since 2020 in All Formats

Key insights from the above stats

As you can see, the list is fairly dominated by bowlers from Associate nations, thanks to their participation in multi-nation tournaments like the ICC World Cup Super League, World Cup Qualifiers, and regional tournaments.

Nepal’s leg spinner, Sandeep Lamichhane, along with his teammate Karan KC, are leaving an indelible mark on the sport since their country got ODI status in 2018.

Even though the West Indies are having a tough time in the ODI format, Alzarri Joseph and Akeal Hosein are leaving no stone unturned to contribute to their team’s winning cause.

Adam Zampa, whose bowling action is inspired by the legendary Shane Warne, is giving batters a tough time with his leg spin.

Now, check out the top 10 run-scorers in ODIs in the 2020s decade.

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