Best Bowling Average in One day Cricket in 2015

Record holder : Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh holds the record (12.34) for best bowling average in one day cricket in 2015.

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1. Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman - 12.34

At the top of list is Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh. He has average of 17.3 while taking 26 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 4.26 economy and 17.3 strike rate.

2. Australia Mitchell Starc - 16.26

At no. 2 position is Mitchell Starc of Australia. He has average of 21.1 while taking 41 wickets in 18 innings of 18 matches at 4.61 economy and 21.1 strike rate.

3. Zimbabwe Tendai Chisoro - 17.22

Next in the list is Tendai Chisoro of Zimbabwe. He has average of 26.6 while taking 9 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 3.87 economy and 26.6 strike rate.

4. Josh Davey - 18.33

Then comes our Josh Davey of . He has average of 18.7 while taking 21 wickets in 8 innings of 9 matches at 5.87 economy and 18.7 strike rate.

5. Afghanistan Amir Hamza - 19.23

At no. 5 position is Amir Hamza of Afghanistan. He has average of 29 while taking 13 wickets in 7 innings of 7 matches at 3.97 economy and 29 strike rate.

6. Ireland Craig Young - 19.33

At no. 6 position is Craig Young of Ireland. He has average of 27.3 while taking 9 wickets in 5 innings of 6 matches at 4.24 economy and 27.3 strike rate.

7. Australia Mitchell Johnson - 19.61

At no. 7 position is Mitchell Johnson of Australia. He has average of 23.5 while taking 18 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 5 economy and 23.5 strike rate.

8. New Zealand Trent Boult - 19.77

Next in the list is Trent Boult of New Zealand. He has average of 26.6 while taking 36 wickets in 17 innings of 17 matches at 4.44 economy and 26.6 strike rate.

9. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 20.23

Next in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He has average of 24.9 while taking 21 wickets in 10 innings of 10 matches at 4.87 economy and 24.9 strike rate.

10. Richie Berrington - 20.4

Next in the list is Richie Berrington of . He has average of 24.1 while taking 10 wickets in 6 innings of 10 matches at 5.07 economy and 24.1 strike rate.