The ICC T20I World Cup 2022 starting on October 16 is here to enchant cricketing fans worldwide.

The competition will be played over 45 T20Is from October 16th to November 13th. Here’s a list of the top 5 bowlers to look out in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022:

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1. Nathan Ellis – Australia

One of the most promising T20 bowlers currently, Nathan Ellis first showcased his potential when he gave a stellar performance with the ball in a tour to Bangladesh in a losing match. His control, pace and calmness in the death overs are some of the weapons he possesses in his arsenal. He doesn’t leak runs and picks important wickets. With many variations in bowling, Nathan makes it hard for the batter on strike.

Though not a first-choice pick, if Ellis gets the opportunity to perform, he will snatch it and showcase his immense skills to the world.

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2. Reece Topley – England

A new regular in the England’s T20 team, Reece Topley has produced some marvelous performances in the recent past. In a T20I series at home against India, he bowled brilliantly. His accuracy, a strong weapon in his arsenal, makes it tough for the oppositions to freely score runs.

So far he has bagged 22 wickets in T20I cricket and turned around many games in favor of the English side. He is certainly a player to look out for in the tournament.

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3. Haris Rauf- Pakistan

A key figure in Pakistan’s bowling order, Haris Rauf, a fiery fast bowler, has changed the tides and saved many matches for Pakistan. His ability to execute yorkers at ease and his surprise short delivery is an asset for his team.

For Rauf, who has played in Australia previously as a part of the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League, this campaign will be no less than a home campaign.

He will certainly be one of the bowlers to look out for in ICC T20 World Cup 2022.

4. Adam Zampa- Australia 

Adam Zampa rose through the ranks across the white ball formats and currently has 77 T20I wickets in his bag.

A tricky leg-break bowler, Zampa flummoxes batsmen with his multiple variations. Known for his hard to judge and fast moving googly, Zampa reminds many cricket fans of the late Shane Warne. Providing wickets in the middle overs for Australia will be his main duty.

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5. Anrich Nortje- South Africa

Anrich Nortje, an express pacer for the Proteas, strikes hard early on in the innings. With his scorching pace, accurate short balls, and hard length beauties mixed in as a surprise, Nortje provides early breakthroughs for his team and shackles the batters in the middle overs. With his skills and the Australian conditions where the pitches suit the raw ace and accuracy of Anrich, he is bound to be one of the bowlers to look out for ahead of the competition.