Fantasy Cricket Prediction Insight: Top 5 Non-Retired Bowlers With Most Wickets In Test Cricketby Rahul Rajput Digital Marketer | Web Developer
Here we are bringing for you a fantasy cricket prediction exclusive story break up. There have been a large group of some exciting fast bowlers, several who have now retired. There again there are as many as some present new bowl attack front line bowlers who are still in the mix of things. This post here aims on taking a view into the top 10 international bowlers who have not retired and holding the record of attaining the most wickets in the international Test cricket circuit. It is only a matter of picking up 20 wickets that can win you a match in Test cricket. Also the bowlers are the most important part in this longest format of the game. This is a hard and gruesome test of the nerves, the skill sets and an act of adaptability for the fast bowlers as this format of Test cricket is one where the batsmen likes to take their time to get in and start hitting the loose deliveries to the fence. Moreover, the cricket since time has been a witness to the bowlers who have been right on the target from the very first delivery of the match, and helped their sides with a world of good.
Right let us have an insight on the top 5 current fast bowlers having the most wickets in this longest format of the game. James Anderson or Jamie Anderson as he is nicknamed by his fans of the game. Holding the record of being England’s leading Test wicket-taker James Anderson also holds the feat of picking up the greatest number of wickets by any opening fast bowler in this longest format of the game. James, 37 years young, may not be left with many years in his international career but he sure very much is the prime wicket taker in the twilight years of his international career. Today dream11 match prediction learnt that Anderson recently came back on individual training, in an attempt, for restoring practice for the upcoming home Tests series against the Caribbean giants the West Indies. He sure was in high spirits and looked all pumped up and in the know-how of the game as he hit the turf hard with his express deliveries. James right from his first appearance in English colors in 2003, has picked up a total of 584 wickets in the international Test circuit at a staggering average of 26.83.
The next in line is Stuart Broad, who shares the new ball with his English partner in Anderson and has seen an equal amount of success in international Test cricket. There are many people who are talking about Broad calling time on his illustrious international career after the Ashes’2021, next year. The fast bowler’s retirement will leave a big vacuum in the English new ball pace attack. Since his debut in 2007, Broad has picked up 485 wickets for England, at an average of 28.50. Next to fill up in the list on number 3 is Harbhajan Singh, who once was the center to India’s success in the matches at both on home soil and in overseas conditions, is at present out of favor from the India national cricket team. Yet still whenever he played, even some of the most dominating batsman in the Australian line up actually feared him. Vested in him was the center of the Indian team’s success in the 2011 World Cup and the former Australian highly successful captain Ricky Ponting was his bunny player. Yes! The turbanator as he was famously called on the field managed to get the better of the former Australian captain on many occasions. Right from his international debut in 1998, Harbhajan has achieved a total of 417 Test scalps, at an impressive average of 32.46.
The next bowler who makes the cut is the Australian Nathan Lyon. He earned the nickname ‘goat’ after achieving the feat of becoming the most successful international off-spinner for the Australian team. Nathan has managed to perform well in the Indian subcontinent and has had a fine run against the Indian team in their backyard. He is one of the classiest tweakers who represent the Australian cricket team and have produced some fine performances. Nathan has picked up a total of 390 international wickets at a staggering average of 31.58 and is surely having a few more to add on to his tally of scalps in the coming years. The next on the list to complete the list is the Indian Premier right arm off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. He is someone who had made his last appearance in the tour against the Kiwis in New Zealand, managing to appear in only 1 match. Dream 11 prediction cricket is of the view that Ashwin is someone who has been overlooked in the national team right from the first appearance to now the rise of the wrist spinning duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Chahal, who have been successful in their appearances for the national side and have wreaked havoc in tandem.
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