WTC Final: Team India pace trio shines in Test Championship, but Kiwi bowlers on top


During the two-year period of the ICC World Test Championship, many matches were played and many excellent performances were seen. If we talk about the most wickets in the championship, then Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins tops it with 70 wickets.

However, if you try to understand the statistics a little more, then the Indian pacer trio is visible in this tournament. If we talk about the best bowling average (at least 10 innings) among fast bowlers, then there are three leading fast bowlers of India, but Jasprit Bumrah’s name is not in it.

New Zealand’s fast bowler Kyle Jamieson is at number one in the top 5. This tall bowler made his debut against India in the Test Championship itself. He took 36 wickets in 12 innings of 6 matches, in which he averages 13.27, which is the best. India’s most experienced fast bowler is Ishant Sharma at number two. In the Test Championship, Ishant has taken 36 wickets in 20 innings of 11 matches at a tremendous average of 17.36.

After Ishant, there is another Indian bowler in this list – Umesh Yadav. The right-arm fast bowler took 29 wickets in 14 innings of 7 matches and has an average of 18.55. England’s experienced and highest wicket-taker James Anderson is at number four. Anderson has 39 wickets in 20 innings of 12 matches at an average of 19.51.

Mohammed Shami completes the trio of Indian pacers in the top 5. Shami has so far taken 36 wickets in 18 innings of 10 matches in the tournament, with an average of 19.77.

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