1. Scotland-3/10

Josh Davey, the right-arm-fast-medium bowler, was their star performer in the qualifying stage. He picked 8 wickets in three qualifying matches and missed some matches due to a niggle in his first Super 12 match. He was their highest wicket-taker in the tournament with a total of 9 scalps.

2. Namibia 4/10

Jan Frylinck, their left-arm-fast-medium bowler, was their highest wicket-taker by taking 9 wickets in 8 matches. When we analyse the bowling performance of the team overall, they all managed quite well and all the regular bowlers like David Wiese, Trumplemann, Frylinck, and Scholtz were economical.

3. West Indies 5/10

The team looked incomplete without a properly designated bowler. The exclusion of Sunil Narine proved to be costly. All the others bowlers including Russell, Holder, Walsh were extremely expensive and their performance was definitely sloppy.

4. Bangladesh 6/10

Shakib displayed splendid bowling performance from the qualifying stage and he is the highest wicket-taker for their side. Just after playing 6 matches combined in both stages, he grabbed 11 wickets with an average economy of 5.59.

5. Sri Lanka-6.5/10

The team’s bowling performance has been decent in both stages. Particularly in the qualifiers, Sri Lanka was the only side to defeat the teams in all three matches by making the opposition all-out.

6. Afghanistan-6.5/10

The spin duo Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman troubled the batters initially in a spiffing way. Mujeeb grabbed 7 wickets in 3 matches including a fifer but was suffering from an injury, and hence he couldn’t play all the games.

7. India-7/10

The new ball was shared between Bhuvneshwar and Shami against Pakistan but they were not in their groove with a lot of freebies in the powerplay. Bumrah was the only bowler who was doing his bit but had no support from the other bowlers.

8. South Africa-8/10

The team after putting up a low total in their first match against Australia almost defended it but the result didn’t go in their favour. Their bowling performance was good right from the start. They trusted and backed the same bowling combination for all the matches.

9. England-8/10

England had a good bowling line-up but it was not as great as their batting lineup. The team lost the services of their star players Jofra Archer, Sam Curran, and Ben Stokes in this tournament, But the replacement of Tymal Mills was effective in a few matches.

10) Australia – 8.5/10

Adam Zampa is the second-highest wicket-taker in the tournament. He has picked 13 wickets including a fifer. Josh Hazelwood, after coming from the experience in the successful season of IPL, has taken 11 wickets and is the 5th highest wicket-taker.

11. Pakistan-9/10

Shaheen Shah Afridi, with his left-arm angle, took crucial early wickets which changed the course of the games. The bowlers Shadab Khan, Haris Rauf, Afridi, Hasan Ali, and Imad Wasim took 9, 8, 7, 5, and 4 wickets respectively.

11. New Zealand-9/10

They have done well with the new ball, with Southee and Boult picking up early wickets but their only setback was injured Lockie Ferguson. However, Milne covered it up with his pace and variety.