Most Wickets in 2023 in All Formats

This article will focus on the top ten bowlers who have taken the Most Wickets in 2023 in All Formats. The year 2023 is going to be a huge year for fans of international cricket for a number of reasons. The sport’s three-headed structure has tightened schedules, with cricket boards beginning to consider managing separate teams for different formats. some teams have already done this.

The fact that the WTC finals and the ODI World Cup are being held this year demonstrates the importance of this year for bowlers. The traditional formats provide the most significant balance between bat and ball, which is somewhat narrowed by domestic T20 and T10 competitions.

Most Wickets in 2023 in All Formats

Bowler Wickets Innings Best Bowling Bowling Average 5-for
Tim Southee (NZ) 38 21 5/25 26.18 2
Taskin Ahmed (BAN) 38 19 4/16 15.73 0
Stuart Broad (ENG) 38 16 5/51 26.28 1
Sandeep Lamichhane (NEP) 43 21 5/25 22.04 1
Ravindra Jadeja (IND) 41 20 7/42 20.73 2
Ravichandran Ashwin (IND) 40 12 7/71 16.42 4
Nathan Lyon (AUS) 38 13 8/64 24.63 2
Mark Adair (IRE) 53 33 4/13 24.94 0
Alzarri Joseph (WI) 45 26 5/40 27.68 2
Alpesh Ramjani (UGA) 38 19 4/9 8.63 0

Key Stats

The spinners from the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in India have started the year well, topping the charts in the first two months. As the focus shifts to other formats in the mid and later part of the year, Ravindra Jadeja, who is expected to play in all three formats, could maintain his top position. The internal battle for wickets between Jadeja and Ashwin is expected to intensify this year, as India tours the West Indies, England (possibly for the WTC Finals), and South Africa for Tests.

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Nathan Lyon of Australia is now the second-highest wicket-taker against India in Tests. With the Ashes scheduled for this year, he will also look to close the gap between himself and another Australian spinner, the legendary Shane Warne, who leads the wicket chart against England in Tests.


Lyon’s spell of 8/64 against India in the third BGT Test series is also a performance that any bowler would aspire to achieve this year.

Other bowlers to watch closely include all-format bowlers such as Tim Southee, Mohammed Siraj, Kagiso Rabada, and last year’s leading wicket-taker, Alzarri Joseph.

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