Best Batting Strike Rate in T20 Cricket in 2017

Record holder : Dawid Malan of England holds the record (177.27) for best batting strike rate in t20 cricket in 2017.

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1. England Dawid Malan - 177.27

At the top of list is Dawid Malan of England. He had batting strike rate of 177.27 while scoring 78 runs in 1 innings of 1 matches at an average of 78.

2. Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi - 175.63

Then comes our Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan. He had batting strike rate of 175.63 while scoring 209 runs in 8 innings of 10 matches at an average of 29.85.

3. New Zealand Colin de Grandhomme - 175.55

At position no. 3 is Colin de Grandhomme of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 175.55 while scoring 79 runs in 6 innings of 7 matches at an average of 26.33.

4. Ireland Stuart Thompson - 173.33

Next in the list is Stuart Thompson of Ireland. He had batting strike rate of 173.33 while scoring 104 runs in 3 innings of 3 matches at an average of 34.66.

5. New Zealand Corey Anderson - 172.05

Then comes our Corey Anderson of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 172.05 while scoring 117 runs in 4 innings of 4 matches at an average of 39.

6. India Rohit Sharma - 171.51

Then comes our Rohit Sharma of India. He had batting strike rate of 171.51 while scoring 283 runs in 9 innings of 9 matches at an average of 31.44.

7. India Dinesh Karthik - 165.11

Next in the list is Dinesh Karthik of India. He had batting strike rate of 165.11 while scoring 71 runs in 3 innings of 4 matches at an average of 71.

8. New Zealand Colin Munro - 163.9

At position no. 8 is Colin Munro of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 163.9 while scoring 277 runs in 8 innings of 8 matches at an average of 39.57.

9. Ireland Gary Wilson - 162.68

At position no. 9 is Gary Wilson of Ireland. He had batting strike rate of 162.68 while scoring 218 runs in 7 innings of 7 matches at an average of 43.6.

10. South Africa David Miller - 162

At no. 10 position is David Miller of South Africa. He had batting strike rate of 162 while scoring 243 runs in 10 innings of 11 matches at an average of 30.37.