Best Bowling Economy in One day Cricket in 2014

Record holder : Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh holds the record (3.72) for best bowling economy in one day cricket in 2014.

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1. Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan - 3.72

At the top of list is Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh. He has economy of 27 while taking 21 wickets in 12 innings of 12 matches at 16.8 average and 27 strike rate.

2. South Africa Aaron Phangiso - 3.81

Then comes our Aaron Phangiso of South Africa. He has economy of 37.1 while taking 10 wickets in 7 innings of 7 matches at 23.6 average and 37.1 strike rate.

3. Pakistan Saeed Ajmal - 4

Then comes our Saeed Ajmal of Pakistan. He has economy of 26.5 while taking 12 wickets in 6 innings of 6 matches at 17.66 average and 26.5 strike rate.

4. Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez - 4.05

At no. 4 position is Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan. He has economy of 42.8 while taking 9 wickets in 7 innings of 12 matches at 29 average and 42.8 strike rate.

5. Sri Lanka Suranga Lakmal - 4.07

At no. 5 position is Suranga Lakmal of Sri Lanka. He has economy of 26.8 while taking 17 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 18.23 average and 26.8 strike rate.

6. West Indies Sunil Narine - 4.08

At position no. 6 is Sunil Narine of West Indies. He has economy of 46.1 while taking 10 wickets in 9 innings of 9 matches at 31.4 average and 46.1 strike rate.

7. Zimbabwe Sean Williams - 4.13

At position no. 7 is Sean Williams of Zimbabwe. He has economy of 56.8 while taking 10 wickets in 11 innings of 11 matches at 39.1 average and 56.8 strike rate.

8. Bangladesh Arafat Sunny - 4.14

Next in the list is Arafat Sunny of Bangladesh. He has economy of 25.8 while taking 16 wickets in 8 innings of 8 matches at 17.81 average and 25.8 strike rate.

9. Afghanistan Amir Hamza - 4.22

At no. 9 position is Amir Hamza of Afghanistan. He has economy of 40 while taking 6 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 28.16 average and 40 strike rate.

10. Australia Xavier Doherty - 4.26

Then comes our Xavier Doherty of Australia. He has economy of 63.6 while taking 5 wickets in 6 innings of 6 matches at 45.2 average and 63.6 strike rate.