As T20 World Cup is around the corner, we will be looking at the TOP-5 spinners who can leave a mark in T20 World Cup 2021. These top-5 bowlers will prove to be a great asset for their respective teams. T20 World Cup 2021 will kick start off on 17th October and will end on 14th November.
HERE ARE TOP 5 SPINNERS :
VARUN CHAKRAVARTHY: INDIA
After a brilliant IPL season in 2020, Varun Chakravarthy has become the shining star for Kolkata Knight Riders and a new exciting prospect for Team India in the T20i’s. Chakravarthy has emerged as a new mystery spinner in world cricket after Sunil Narine. The spinner has taken 28 wickets in 22 matches in UAE conditions combining both the IPL seasons in the middle-east.
IPL PERFORMANCE :
MITCHELL SANTNER: NEW ZEALAND
Santner has been the best spinner for New Zealand in recent times in the T20is. Even though he has not featured in many games lately, he can be very destructive with his left-arm spin on any pitch assisting him. Moreover, for instance, Mitch scalped ten wickets in the 2016 T20 World Cup on Indian spin pitches. He took 15 wickets in the Asian continent with an economy of just under seven and on a strike rate of 16.
T20i PERFORMANCE :
TABRAIZ SHAMSI: SOUTH AFRICA
World’s No.1 T20 bowler, Tabraiz Shamsi, will be the crucial factor for the South African team, with his spin and variations on UAE’s spin favouring pitch. This year, Shamsi is the highest wicket-taker in T20i’s; he has scalped 28 wickets in 17 matches with a brilliant economy of 5.53 with a strike rate of just under 14.
T20i PERFORMANCE :
ROSTON CHASE: WEST INDIES
The West Indian allrounder Roston Chase will be one of the main spinners who can destruct any batting line-up with his off-spin. The 29-year old cricketer has given a lot of door-breaking performances in the CPL 2021. In the CPL, Chase bowled economical on slow pitches and has scalped ten wickets with an economy of less than 7, which shows the excellent form of the bowler.
CPL 2021 PERFORMANCE :
ADAM ZAMPA: AUSTRALIA
Australia’s front-line leg spinner, Adam Zampa, will be leading the spin-bowling attack in this World Cup 2021. Zampa is one of the world-class spinners who can trouble batters with his leg-spin variations. He has taken 13 wickets in 14 matches this year, with an economy over 7. These performances show that the bowlers are often expensive but take big wickets to the team.