ICC World Test Championship: The popularity of Test cricket has reduced considerably in the glare of T20. This is the reason why the ICC has planned the World Test Championship to promote Test cricket.
The Indian cricket team and the New Zealand cricket team have entered the finals in the grand tournament to be played between 2019 and 2021.
Let us tell you that this final match between these two teams will be played between 18 to 22. So in this article, in this article, we will tell about the highest wicket-taking bowlers in the ICC Test Championship.
In this list, the number one name of Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins comes on the first number. For Australia, he has taken the highest 70 wickets in 28 innings of 14 Tests at an average of 21.02.
The same for Australia, Pat Cummins’ best performance in this tournament is to take 5 wickets for 28 runs.
In this list comes the name of Stuart Broad, veteran fast bowler of England cricket team.
Stuart Broad has taken a total of 69 wickets in 32 innings of 17 Test matches for the England cricket team at an amazing average of 20.08.
The same English bowler did not do anything special against India, otherwise he could have come at number one.
In this list, the name of Indian cricket team’s experienced off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin comes at number three.
Thanks to this Indian player, Team India has made it to the final of ICC World Test Championship.
The Indian bowler has shown the path of pavilion to 67 players in 20 innings of just 13 Tests at an average of 20.88. R Ashwin’s best performance in this tournament is 7 wickets for 145 runs.
In this list, the number of experienced off-spinner Nathan Lyon of Australian cricket team comes at number four.
For Australia, this off-spinner has shown the path of 56 players from 14 matches in 27 innings at an average of 31.37.
In this list, at the number five, the name of New Zealand cricket team’s experienced fast bowler Tim Southee.
The New Zealand fast bowler has shown the path of pavilion to 51 players with an excellent average of 20.66 in 20 innings of 10 Test matches. His best performance for New Zealand is 5 wickets for 32 runs.