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Interesting Info About Women Cricket

The participation of women in cricket is exciting, thrilling and women are actually developing each day in the sport. In recent years, the professionalism shown by the women cricketers has revealed that standards have improved in women’s cricket.  

In India, the women cricket team is strong and sturdy breaking and creating many records. Playing daily fantasy cricket and building your team with these women cricketers will give you a new experience. You might have played many fantasy cricket games online making team with the men cricketers. But today we bring you something which will take your interest for the women cricket team to a new level. 

Here are 10 unknown yet interesting facts about Indian Women’s Cricket team. Read on: 

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India has never lost an ODI against Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands or Denmark. 

Jhulan Goswami has the most ODI wickets in Women’s Cricket. She has 185 ODI wickets. 

Jhulan Goswami has taken the 2nd highest number of outfield ODI catches in women’s cricket. She has taken 53 outfield ODI catches in her career so far. 

Mithali Raj is only the 2nd women to score over 5000 ODI runs. She scored 5898 runs in ODIs. 

Indian skipper Mithali Raj has played the 2nd highest number of ODIs in women’s cricket. She played 179 ODIs. 

Poonam Raut and Deepti Sharma have the highest ODI partnership in women’s cricket. They scored 320 runs vs Ireland as a pair. 

Mamatha Maben has the best bowling figures by a captain in ODIs. She has 6/10 vs Sri Lanka. Her bowling is a pleasure to watch for every Indian cricket lover. 

Smriti Mandhana has never been dismissed for a duck in an ODI. 

Deepti Sharma has the 2nd highest individual ODI score in women’s cricket. She has made 178 runs in an innings. 

Mithali Raj went 7 years without being dismissed for a duck. She went from 2000 to 2007 years without scoring a zero. 

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