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After 20 entertaining games, the league stage of the Women’s Premier League concludes by presenting us with some incredible rising Indian stars. Like the Indian Premier League, WPL also gave the spotlight to many players, who got a chance to showcase their skills on the highest level. 

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Throughout the tournament, we have had some magical moments which let the fans question who was that player, produced by these undiscovered talents. With the knockout stage of the WPL nearing, let us look back at some of these untapped stars, who could make their debut for the Indian National Team.

Asha Shobana:

The Trivandrum leg-spinner has managed to cement her place in a struggling Royal Challengers Bangalore with some quality performance. A veteran of domestic cricket, Shobana managed to bring out her best on the biggest stage, setting her perfectly for finally making her debut for the Women in Blue. The 32-year-old has five wickets and has been one of the best bowlers in Bangalore.

 asha shobana 

Saika Ishaque:

The West Bengal left-arm spinner took the WPL by storm with a blistering wicket-taking form for the Mumbai Indians. The 27-year-old has been knocking on the door for the Indian team and has certainly made a convincing case for getting the national cap. Ishaque was the purple cap holder for the majority of the tournament and is currently tied for first place with 13 wickets.

 saika ishaque 

Shreyanka Patil:

One of the most exciting talents in the WPL, Shreyanka Patil with her all-around abilities will sooner rather than later take the Indian team. She showed her 360 batting ability in tough games. Patil also starred with the ball taking six wickets. Despite a disappointing Royal Challengers Bangalore team season, Patil will be a mainstay in the side and continue to make her state home team proud. 

 shreyanka patil 

Tanuja Kanwar:

Another product of the Himachal Pradesh cricket association, Tanuja Kanwar has been a regular wicket-taker for the Gujarat Giants. She took five wickets in the opportunities she has received and definitely has the ability to become a mainstay on the Giants' side. Kanwar has shown promise in the tournament and promises to be an exciting talent in the upcoming years.


Kanika Ahuja:

Completing the list is another Royal Challengers Bangalore star, who is touted to get her national in the coming months. Kanika Ahuja has shown promise with bat in tough situations for Bangalore and produced a brilliant knock against the UP Warriorz. In the later matches, she also showed off her skill with the ball, making her a genuine threat years down the line.

 kanika ahuja 

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