ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Highest Wicket Taker Predicted

Recently, we have seen some really talented bowlers in the world of Cricket, however, shortlisting them to predict the highest wicket-taker of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 had been a difficult task. We are going to do that anyway and shall now move ahead to tell you our predicted ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Highest Wicket Taker. For this, we have shortlisted 5 promising bowlers from different countries and here is the list:

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Highest Wicket Taker Predicted

Kagiso Rabada:

Kagiso Rabada is a South African fast bowler who will be representing his national team in this World Cup 2019. He is one of the most dominating bowlers right now who took 23 wickets in 2018 in just 14 matches and if he becomes the highest wicket-taker in World Cup 2019, we wouldn’t be surprised.

Adil Rashid:

Adil Rashid is an English Muslim cricketer and a spin bowler who is currently one of the best spinners in the world. A big credit goes to him for the current dominance of English team on ICC ODI rankings. While playing 24 matches in 2018, he took 42 wickets and is definitely a contender for becoming the highest wicket-taker.

Jasprit Bumrah:

Jasprit Bumrah is an Indian fast bowler who is known for his peculiar bowling action. His recent performances have been great both in series matches and in IPL 2019.  In the international matches in 2019, Bumrah took 22 wickets after playing only 13 matches with a great average.

Kuldeep Yadav:

Our bets on Kuldeep Yadav are even higher because this magical spin bowler has been dominating the scene for a long time now. In 2018, he has been the leading wicket-taker for India with 45 wickets after playing only 19 games. He is currently 3rd on ICC best bowler rankings.

Rashid Khan:

Rashid Khan is a promising off-spinner from Afghanistan who has been in news in 2018 and 2019 for his recent performances. After playing 20 matches only, Rashid Khan took 48 wickets which is insane. If he gets to play more matches in CWC 2019, he could be the leading wicket-taker.