Best Batting Average in One day Cricket in 2022

Record holder : Shubman Gill of India holds the record (112.5) for best batting average in one day cricket in 2022.

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Michael Bracewell moved to 9th position from previously held 10th position, with average of 61.25 -

1. India Shubman Gill - 112.5

At the top of list is Shubman Gill of India. He had batting average of 112.5 while scoring 450 runs in 6 innings of 6 matches at strike rate of 111.66.

2. Pakistan Babar Azam - 84.87

Next in the list is Babar Azam of Pakistan. He had batting average of 84.87 while scoring 679 runs in 9 innings of 9 matches at strike rate of 90.77.

3. South Africa Rassie van der Dussen - 79.33

At position no. 3 is Rassie van der Dussen of South Africa. He had batting average of 79.33 while scoring 476 runs in 9 innings of 9 matches at strike rate of 100.42.

4. Ireland Harry Tector - 76.8

At no. 4 position is Harry Tector of Ireland. He had batting average of 76.8 while scoring 384 runs in 6 innings of 6 matches at strike rate of 82.22.

5. England Jos Buttler - 74.6

At no. 5 position is Jos Buttler of England. He had batting average of 74.6 while scoring 373 runs in 7 innings of 9 matches at strike rate of 128.62.

6. Pakistan Imam-ul-Haq - 72.14

Then comes our Imam-ul-Haq of Pakistan. He had batting average of 72.14 while scoring 505 runs in 8 innings of 8 matches at strike rate of 94.74.

7. Bangladesh Liton Das - 62.5

At no. 7 position is Liton Das of Bangladesh. He had batting average of 62.5 while scoring 500 runs in 10 innings of 10 matches at strike rate of 85.91.

8. Australia Travis Head - 62

At no. 8 position is Travis Head of Australia. He had batting average of 62 while scoring 310 runs in 6 innings of 6 matches at strike rate of 112.72.

9. New Zealand Michael Bracewell - 61.25

At no. 9 position is Michael Bracewell of New Zealand. He had batting average of 61.25 while scoring 245 runs in 8 innings of 10 matches at strike rate of 117.78.

10. South Africa Quinton de Kock - 59.85

Then comes our Quinton de Kock of South Africa. He had batting average of 59.85 while scoring 419 runs in 8 innings of 8 matches at strike rate of 106.61.