Few bowlers know how to take wickets smartly in T20. This article lists the top bowlers with the most T20I wickets in 2023.
Although the batsmen dominate T20 cricket, the bowlers also give their 100 percent to take 10 wickets from the opposition team. This is largely due to bowlers coming up with effective strategies to take wickets in the shorter format.
Top 10 Most T20I Wickets in 2023
|Alpesh Ramjani (UGA)||19||19||38||4/9||4.76||–|
|Henry Ssenyondo (UGA)||20||20||27||4/4||5.76||–|
|Kenneth Waiswa (UGA)||20||17||26||4/29||6.52||–|
|Sahir Naqash (GER)||13||13||24||3/24||7.74||–|
|Waqas Ahmad (MLT)||15||15||23||5/11||7.18||1|
|Mark Adair (IRE)||13||13||22||4/13||7.37||–|
|Ghulam Ahmadi (GER)||14||14||22||5/23||7.26||1|
|Emile Rukiriza (RWN)||20||18||21||4/15||6.65||–|
|Muslim Yar (GER)||14||14||20||3/16||6.52||–|
|Dhruvkumar Maisuria (BOT)||12||12||19||3/13||5.25||–|
Key stats about Most T20I Wickets in 2023
The above list includes many bowlers from associate countries like Germany, Uganda, Malta, and Malaysia. Ugandan slow left-arm bowler Alpesh Ramzani has the best bowling among the top 10 bowlers. His teammate Henry Sensendo has taken the highest 4 wickets so far. So far, more than 15 bowlers have taken 5 wickets at least once in 2023. Mark Adair is the highest wicket-taker for Ireland in T20Is, and his valuable contribution (12 wickets) during the T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier helped his team secure a place in the 2024 T20 World Cup.