Best Bowling Strike Rate in Test Cricket

Record holder : Axar Patel of India holds the record (33.5) for best bowling strike rate in test cricket.

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1. India Axar Patel - 33.5

The record is held by Axar Patel of India. He has strike rate of 33.5 while taking 39 wickets in 12 innings of 6 matches at 2.22 economy and 12.43 average.

2. England George Lohmann - 34.1

Next in the list is George Lohmann of England. He has strike rate of 34.1 while taking 112 wickets in 36 innings of 18 matches at 1.88 economy and 10.75 average.

3. South Africa Duanne Olivier - 35.3

Then comes our Duanne Olivier of South Africa. He has strike rate of 35.3 while taking 59 wickets in 27 innings of 15 matches at 3.71 economy and 21.93 average.

4. South Africa Mike Procter - 36.9

Then comes our Mike Procter of South Africa. He has strike rate of 36.9 while taking 41 wickets in 14 innings of 7 matches at 2.44 economy and 15.02 average.

5. England J.J. Ferris - 37.7

Next in the list is J.J. Ferris of England. He has strike rate of 37.7 while taking 61 wickets in 16 innings of 9 matches at 2.01 economy and 12.7 average.

6. South Africa Marco Jansen - 38.2

At no. 6 position is Marco Jansen of South Africa. He has strike rate of 38.2 while taking 28 wickets in 9 innings of 5 matches at 3.19 economy and 20.35 average.

7. New Zealand Shane Bond - 38.7

At position no. 7 is Shane Bond of New Zealand. He has strike rate of 38.7 while taking 87 wickets in 32 innings of 18 matches at 3.41 economy and 22.09 average.

8. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 40.7

Next in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He has strike rate of 40.7 while taking 243 wickets in 95 innings of 52 matches at 3.29 economy and 22.41 average.

9. India Kuldeep Yadav - 40.8

Next in the list is Kuldeep Yadav of India. He has strike rate of 40.8 while taking 26 wickets in 12 innings of 7 matches at 3.49 economy and 23.84 average.

10. South Africa Lungi Ngidi - 41.4

At position no. 10 is Lungi Ngidi of South Africa. He has strike rate of 41.4 while taking 47 wickets in 25 innings of 13 matches at 2.99 economy and 20.65 average.