Best Bowling Average in One day Cricket in 2014

Record holder : Matt Henry of New Zealand holds the record (15.26) for best bowling average in one day cricket in 2014.

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1. New Zealand Matt Henry - 15.26

The player at #1 in the list is Matt Henry of New Zealand. He has average of 17.6 while taking 19 wickets in 6 innings of 6 matches at 5.17 economy and 17.6 strike rate.

2. Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan - 16.8

Next in the list is Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh. He has average of 27 while taking 21 wickets in 12 innings of 12 matches at 3.72 economy and 27 strike rate.

3. Pakistan Saeed Ajmal - 17.66

Then comes our Saeed Ajmal of Pakistan. He has average of 26.5 while taking 12 wickets in 6 innings of 6 matches at 4 economy and 26.5 strike rate.

4. Bangladesh Arafat Sunny - 17.81

Next in the list is Arafat Sunny of Bangladesh. He has average of 25.8 while taking 16 wickets in 8 innings of 8 matches at 4.14 economy and 25.8 strike rate.

5. Sri Lanka Suranga Lakmal - 18.23

At no. 5 position is Suranga Lakmal of Sri Lanka. He has average of 26.8 while taking 17 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 4.07 economy and 26.8 strike rate.

6. India Axar Patel - 20.28

At no. 6 position is Axar Patel of India. He has average of 27 while taking 14 wickets in 7 innings of 9 matches at 4.49 economy and 27 strike rate.

7. Australia Josh Hazlewood - 20.44

At position no. 7 is Josh Hazlewood of Australia. He has average of 25.4 while taking 9 wickets in 4 innings of 4 matches at 4.82 economy and 25.4 strike rate.

8. Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis - 21.63

Then comes our Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lanka. He has average of 22.5 while taking 38 wickets in 17 innings of 17 matches at 5.76 economy and 22.5 strike rate.

9. South Africa Vernon Philander - 21.92

Then comes our Vernon Philander of South Africa. He has average of 27.1 while taking 13 wickets in 7 innings of 8 matches at 4.84 economy and 27.1 strike rate.

10. India Umesh Yadav - 22.41

At position no. 10 is Umesh Yadav of India. He has average of 25.1 while taking 17 wickets in 9 innings of 10 matches at 5.34 economy and 25.1 strike rate.