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Best Balling Figures in ODI

Bowling figures in one day international matches

Best Career Bowling Average

Economy rate is the average no. of runs conceded per over. The economy rate is more important in one day international and twenty 20 than a test match.

In one-day international matches, career economy rate is below five runs per over is good. Whereas in twenty 20 cricket economy rate below seven runs per over is considered is good. Strike Rate is a bowler’s average number of balls bowled for every wicket taken.

A bowling average is a number of runs conceded in comparison with their number of wickets they have taken in a cricket career. The lower bowling average is the better the bowler is performing in ODI and Twenty 20 Cricket.

Player Runs Wickets Average
Afghanistan Cricket Rashid Khan 929 63 14.74
West Indies Cricket Joel Garner 2752 146 18.84
Australia Cricket Ryan Harris 832 44 18.90
West Indies Cricket Tony Gray 835 44 18.97
England Cricket Mike Hendrick 681 35 19.45

Best Career Bowling Strike Rate

Player Balls Wickets Economy
Afghanistan Cricket Rashid Khan 2,181 100 21.8
Australia Cricket Ryan Harris 1,031 44 23.4
Pakistan Cricket Hasan Ali 1,505 62 24.2
New Zealand Cricket Corey Anderson 1,485 60 24.7
Bangladesh Cricket Mustafizur Rahman 1,267 51 24.8

Most 5 Wickets in An Innings

Player Mathces 5 Wickets
Pakistan Cricket Waqar Younis 262 13
Sri Lanka Cricket Muttiah Muralitharan 350 10
Australia Cricket Brett Lee 221 9
Pakistan Cricket Shahid Afridi 398 9
Sri Lanka Cricket Lasith Malinga 194 7
Australia Cricket Glenn McGrath 250 7
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