Best women cricketers to embrace this Women's T20 World Cup

With 10 teams on board, the ICC Women's World Twenty20 tournament has already kickstarted in the Caribbean islands -- Guyana, Antigua and St Lucia. Happening from 9th to 24th  November 2018, this tournament is packed with some super talented cricketers who are all amped-up to break the old records to create new ones to ensure a spectacular tournament for us. Let's find out who are they below: 
 

1. Harmanpreet Kaur

The captain of Indian WT20 team, she is unstoppable with her bat. She scored 103 runs from 51 balls against New Zealand in India's first match at the ongoing tournament

Harmanpreet Kaur
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2. Alyssa Healy

Her consistency speaks for her! Healy knocked a fierce 48 from 29 balls against Pakistan and 56 not-out from 31 balls against Ireland to give Australia massive victories in its first two matches in this tournament

Alyssa Healy
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3. Deandra Dottin

She first came in the spotlight after her incredible 38-ball century against South Africa at the World WT20 in 2010. Now, she took five wickets for five runs against Bangladesh in this tournament. So, one simply can't un-notice this superwoman from West Indies
 

Deandra Dottin
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4. Poonam Yadav

With her unplayable googlies, Poonam Yadav has always been successful in giving the Indian team the much-needed partnership breaks. She played a crucial role in the last two wins of the team at the ongoing tournament the by taking five wickets

Poonam Yadav
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5. Bismah Maroof

One of the key players of Pakistan Women's team, she has scored a total of 1720 runs at an average of 25.67 in T20s. In her last match against India, she played a knock of 53 runs

Bismah Maroof
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6. Heather Knight

She led the England women's cricket team to win its fourth Women's Cricket World Cup in 2017 by beating India. With her skills as a captain and as an all-rounder, she is a player to watch out during this tournament

Heather Knight
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