Best Bowling Average in Test Cricket in 2020

Record holder : Kyle Jamieson of New Zealand holds the record (14.44) for best bowling average in test cricket in 2020.

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1. New Zealand Kyle Jamieson - 14.44

The record is held by Kyle Jamieson of New Zealand. He has average of 38.2 while taking 25 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.26 economy and 38.2 strike rate.

2. England Stuart Broad - 14.76

Then comes our Stuart Broad of England. He has average of 38.3 while taking 38 wickets in 15 innings of 8 matches at 2.31 economy and 38.3 strike rate.

3. Sri Lanka Suranga Lakmal - 15.1

At no. 3 position is Suranga Lakmal of Sri Lanka. He has average of 52.2 while taking 10 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 1.73 economy and 52.2 strike rate.

4. India Mohammed Siraj - 15.4

Next in the list is Mohammed Siraj of India. He has average of 43.8 while taking 5 wickets in 2 innings of 1 matches at 2.1 economy and 43.8 strike rate.

5. Australia Josh Hazlewood - 16.57

At position no. 5 is Josh Hazlewood of Australia. He has average of 43.7 while taking 7 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 2.27 economy and 43.7 strike rate.

6. Bangladesh Nayeem Hasan - 16.88

At no. 6 position is Nayeem Hasan of Bangladesh. He has average of 41.3 while taking 9 wickets in 2 innings of 1 matches at 2.45 economy and 41.3 strike rate.

7. New Zealand Tim Southee - 17.03

Next in the list is Tim Southee of New Zealand. He has average of 37.5 while taking 30 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.72 economy and 37.5 strike rate.

8. Australia Pat Cummins - 17.42

At position no. 8 is Pat Cummins of Australia. He has average of 41.3 while taking 14 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 2.52 economy and 41.3 strike rate.

9. India Ravindra Jadeja - 17.8

Next in the list is Ravindra Jadeja of India. He has average of 41.4 while taking 5 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 2.57 economy and 41.4 strike rate.

10. England Ben Stokes - 18.73

At no. 10 position is Ben Stokes of England. He has average of 39.6 while taking 19 wickets in 11 innings of 7 matches at 2.83 economy and 39.6 strike rate.