India are high of the standings with six factors from three wins in as many matches, having overwhelmed Australia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. However what have to be equally heartening for chief coach Rahul Dravid and his employees can be India topping the record of groups who’ve bowled most economically.
To this point 14 matches have been performed within the ongoing World Cup.
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In three matches, the Indian bowlers have bowled 142.2 overs and conceded 648 runs at an financial system fee of 4.55. The 28 wickets claimed by the Indian bowlers can be essentially the most within the event to this point (calculated after the Australia vs Sri Lanka match on October 16).
New Zealand are second in that record, conceding 748 runs in three matches at an financial system fee of 5.10. They’ve taken 27 wickets.
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5-time champions Australia have bowled 134.5 overs of their three matches and leaked 709 runs at an financial system fee of 5.25. They’ve claimed 20 wickets.
High six groups by way of financial system fee (stats after Australia vs Sri Lanka match):
Stats courtesy: Rajesh Kumar