Best Bowling Average in Test Cricket in 2021

Record holder : Axar Patel of India holds the record (11.86) for best bowling average in test cricket in 2021.

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1. India Axar Patel - 11.86

The record is held by Axar Patel of India. He has average of 33.6 while taking 36 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.11 economy and 33.6 strike rate.

2. Pakistan Hasan Ali - 16.07

At no. 2 position is Hasan Ali of Pakistan. He has average of 31 while taking 41 wickets in 15 innings of 8 matches at 3.1 economy and 31 strike rate.

3. India Ravichandran Ashwin - 16.64

At no. 3 position is Ravichandran Ashwin of India. He has average of 43 while taking 54 wickets in 18 innings of 9 matches at 2.32 economy and 43 strike rate.

4. South Africa Lungi Ngidi - 16.81

At position no. 4 is Lungi Ngidi of South Africa. He has average of 33.5 while taking 22 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 3.01 economy and 33.5 strike rate.

5. Pakistan Shaheen Shah Afridi - 17.06

Then comes our Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan. He has average of 37.3 while taking 47 wickets in 17 innings of 9 matches at 2.73 economy and 37.3 strike rate.

6. New Zealand Kyle Jamieson - 17.51

Then comes our Kyle Jamieson of New Zealand. He has average of 41.8 while taking 27 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.51 economy and 41.8 strike rate.

7. West Indies Veerasammy Permaul - 17.62

Next in the list is Veerasammy Permaul of West Indies. He has average of 39.7 while taking 8 wickets in 2 innings of 1 matches at 2.66 economy and 39.7 strike rate.

8. Sri Lanka Praveen Jayawickrama - 18.22

At position no. 8 is Praveen Jayawickrama of Sri Lanka. He has average of 44.2 while taking 18 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 2.46 economy and 44.2 strike rate.

9. Australia Pat Cummins - 18.76

At position no. 9 is Pat Cummins of Australia. He has average of 44.8 while taking 21 wickets in 8 innings of 4 matches at 2.51 economy and 44.8 strike rate.

10. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 19

Next in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He has average of 44.8 while taking 23 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.54 economy and 44.8 strike rate.