Best Batting Strike Rate in T20 Cricket in 2015

Record holder : Chris Gayle of West Indies holds the record (231.94) for best batting strike rate in t20 cricket in 2015.

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1. West Indies Chris Gayle - 231.94

At the top of list is Chris Gayle of West Indies. He had batting strike rate of 231.94 while scoring 167 runs in 2 innings of 2 matches at an average of 83.5.

2. Afghanistan Shafiqullah - 205.26

Next in the list is Shafiqullah of Afghanistan. He had batting strike rate of 205.26 while scoring 117 runs in 8 innings of 11 matches at an average of 39.

3. Sri Lanka Chamara Kapugedera - 184.09

Then comes our Chamara Kapugedera of Sri Lanka. He had batting strike rate of 184.09 while scoring 81 runs in 3 innings of 4 matches at an average of 81.

4. Pakistan Shahid Afridi - 179.72

Then comes our Shahid Afridi of Pakistan. He had batting strike rate of 179.72 while scoring 133 runs in 10 innings of 10 matches at an average of 14.77.

5. Matthew Cross - 177.58

Next in the list is Matthew Cross of . He had batting strike rate of 177.58 while scoring 206 runs in 5 innings of 8 matches at an average of 41.2.

6. Zimbabwe Malcolm Waller - 174.66

Then comes our Malcolm Waller of Zimbabwe. He had batting strike rate of 174.66 while scoring 131 runs in 5 innings of 5 matches at an average of 43.66.

7. Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib - 170.37

Then comes our Gulbadin Naib of Afghanistan. He had batting strike rate of 170.37 while scoring 92 runs in 4 innings of 5 matches at an average of -.

8. Australia Steven Smith - 169.81

Next in the list is Steven Smith of Australia. He had batting strike rate of 169.81 while scoring 90 runs in 1 innings of 1 matches at an average of 90.

9. Preston Mommsen - 167.32

At no. 9 position is Preston Mommsen of . He had batting strike rate of 167.32 while scoring 169 runs in 4 innings of 8 matches at an average of 84.5.

10. New Zealand Kane Williamson - 165.51

At no. 10 position is Kane Williamson of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 165.51 while scoring 144 runs in 4 innings of 4 matches at an average of 36.