Premier English batter Danielle Wyatt has enthralled the women’s cricket world with her stylish batting. She is one of the mainstay of her side and last appeared in the Women’s T20 World Cup where England’s campaign was cut short due to a washed out game. Danielle Wyatt has a good experience of playing in the shortest format of the game.
Wyatt, the top-order batter, has featured in 109 matches in T20Is. She has scored 1588 runs at an average of 20.10 with the high score of 124 runs. Besides that, she has also notched up seven half-centuries and two centuries in the format.
Danielle Wyatt: Don’t mind playing for any team, but I support RCB
Wyatt, 29, shares a good rapport with some Indian men’s cricket team members. She has often trolled leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on Twitter while has been an out and out fan of India captain Virat Kohli. She also shares a good bond with Sachin Tendulkar and his son Arjun, who often hangs out with her.
Wyatt, on being asked a team she would like to play for in IPL, said she won’t mind playing for any team. However, she picked up Virat Kohli-led RCB side as she supports them for the star studded line-up they have had in the recent past.
“I don’t mind any team, really. But I support Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) because they have/had Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli, Moeen Ali, Yuzvendra Chahal and AB de Villiers. So, RCB would be cool, I’d like to play for them,” Wyatt told cricket.com.
Wyatt was a member of the English women’s team when they lifted the title in 2017 World Cup. She has featured in 74 ODIs, scoring 1028 runs, at an average nearly 20.