India has taken part in every Women’s World Cup match since 1978. Throughout the World Cup’s history, many Indian players have done very well. Due to the work of these players, India has made it to the tournament semifinals five times (1997, 2000, 2005, 2009, and 2017) and finished second three times (2005 and 2017). According to Women latest and breaking cricket news, these eleven Indian cricketers are some of the best of all time. 

  • Mithali Raj (1139 runs) –

Mithali needs to score 363 more runs to break the record for most runs scored in a Women’s World Cup tournament.

Mithali Raj would be taking part in the Women’s World Cup for the sixth time if she played this year while wearing the blue jersey. The Indian captain needs to score 363 more runs to pass Mithali Raj and become the player with the most runs in the competition’s history. Debbie Hockley of New Zealand now has 1,501 runs, which is the most ever scored in a World Cup tournament. The batter is 39 years old, has 1139 runs, a 54.23 strike rate, nine half-centuries, and two tons. She is now in sixth place.

  • Anjum Chopra (619 runs) –

Anjum Chopra used to be the captain of the Indian women’s cricket team. From 1997 to 2009, she played in the Women’s World Cup four times. She scored a total of 619 runs during her games, including six half-centuries. She was one of India’s best-run scorers when she played for India, and for her 64 runs (not out) in India’s 7-wicket win over England in the 2005 Women’s World Cup, she was finally named “Player of the Match.” She played cricket for the Indian national team.

  • Anju Jain (570 runs) –

Anju Jain is a wicketkeeper and batter for India. She has helped the team win four Women’s World Cups and has scored 570 runs. India made it to the semifinals of the World Cup in 2000 because she led them and gave them advice. India lost to New Zealand by nine wickets in the World Cup finals, even though they made it to the finals.

  •  Harmanpreet Kaur (558 runs) –

Harmanpreet Kaur’s score of 171 not out made her the first player from India to have the highest score in the history of the Women’s World Cup.

India made it to the 2017 World Cup finals thanks to Harmanpreet Kaur’s record-setting score of 171 not out (115) and India’s win over Australia by 36 runs. She beat Australian cricketer Karen Rolton’s record of 107 not out to get the most runs in a Women’s World Cup knockout game. Her 119 runs also made her the player with the most runs. If she played in this year’s ODI World Cup, the all-rounder who can bat and bowl would be taking part in her fourth World Cup overall.

  • Punam Raut (466 runs) –

Between 2009 and 2017, Indian player Punam Raut took part in three World Cups. During the 2017 Women’s World Cup, she scored 106 runs in a game against Australia. This was her best performance in terms of stats. The Australians won the game by a score difference of eight wickets, so all of her work was for nothing.

  • Jhulan Goswami (36 wickets) –

India seamer Jhulan Goswami needs four more wickets to pass Sally Pearson as the event’s all-time leader in this category.

Jhulan Goswami, an India seamer, only needs four more victims to pass Nicola Adams and become the event’s all-time leader in this category. She is now fourth on the list because she has taken 36 wickets throughout 28 games. Jhulan has been to the World Cup on four different occasions. During these games, he has taken two sets of four wickets and kept his economy rate at 3.25. Goswami would need to make four catches to tie Jan Brittin for the most catches in the competition’s history.

  • Diana Edulji (31 wickets) –

Diana Edulji was captain of India in 1978 and 1993, both of which were years when the country was able to play in the World Cup. During the 1993 World Cup, she played against England and only let them score 12 runs while getting four wickets. She got what she wanted. England’s opener Helen Plimmer, middle-order players Janet Godman and Jane Smit, and England’s captain Karen Smithies were all hurt by her. Diana’s World Cup career ended with 31 wickets, even though India was knocked out after a heartbreaking loss by only three runs.

  • Purnima Rau (30 wickets) –

In the 2000  world cup semi-final between India and New Zealand, India’s Purnima Rau challenges New Zealand’s Anna O’Leary for losing her wicket.

On July 20, 1993, at the World Cup, Purnima Rau played her first game for India. It was a cricket match against the West Indies. In her first World Cup match, she helped keep New Zealand to 154 runs and took four wickets (4/26) during the game. The Indian team couldn’t hit the target, so they lost the game by 42 runs. During her three World Cup games, she has taken 30 wickets and kept an economy rate of 2.86.

  • Neetu David (30 wickets) –

In 2005, while playing for India in the World Cup, Neetu David got his 100th wicket in one-day internationals. West Indies was the team that played. She got three wickets while only letting India score eleven runs. This helped India win by eight wickets. In 2005, against New Zealand, she bowled 5 for 32, which was her best score in a World Cup match. This performance helped them get a score of 184 for the 9. 

  •  Amita Sharma (25 wickets) –

In 2005, Amita Sharma made her first appearance on the international stage. She made a name for herself right away by leading India to the World Cup finals with a career-high 14 wickets. India beat Ireland by 9 wickets, thanks in large part to her bowling performance of 3/12. She was recognized as “Player of the Match” for the game and received the award. She competed in the World Cup three times (in 2005, 2007, and 2013), and during that time she claimed 25 victims.

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