Best Bowling Strike Rate in Test Cricket in 2017

Record holder : Toby Roland-Jones of England holds the record (31.5) for best bowling strike rate in test cricket in 2017.

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1. England Toby Roland-Jones - 31.5

At no. 1 position is Toby Roland-Jones of England. He has strike rate of 31.5 while taking 17 wickets in 8 innings of 4 matches at 3.73 economy and 19.64 average.

2. South Africa Chris Morris - 32.1

Next in the list is Chris Morris of South Africa. He has strike rate of 32.1 while taking 8 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 4.8 economy and 25.75 average.

3. South Africa Duanne Olivier - 35.6

Then comes our Duanne Olivier of South Africa. He has strike rate of 35.6 while taking 17 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 3.89 economy and 23.11 average.

4. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 37.8

Next in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He has strike rate of 37.8 while taking 57 wickets in 20 innings of 11 matches at 3.21 economy and 20.28 average.

5. India Kuldeep Yadav - 38.6

Next in the list is Kuldeep Yadav of India. He has strike rate of 38.6 while taking 9 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 3.22 economy and 20.77 average.

6. India Mohammed Shami - 43.5

At no. 6 position is Mohammed Shami of India. He has strike rate of 43.5 while taking 19 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 3.23 economy and 23.47 average.

7. South Africa Morne Morkel - 44.2

At position no. 7 is Morne Morkel of South Africa. He has strike rate of 44.2 while taking 39 wickets in 16 innings of 9 matches at 3.12 economy and 23.02 average.

8. New Zealand Neil Wagner - 45.6

At position no. 8 is Neil Wagner of New Zealand. He has strike rate of 45.6 while taking 36 wickets in 14 innings of 7 matches at 3.34 economy and 25.47 average.

9. South Africa Keshav Maharaj - 46.3

Then comes our Keshav Maharaj of South Africa. He has strike rate of 46.3 while taking 48 wickets in 19 innings of 11 matches at 3.03 economy and 23.41 average.

10. England James Anderson - 46.4

Then comes our James Anderson of England. He has strike rate of 46.4 while taking 55 wickets in 21 innings of 11 matches at 2.26 economy and 17.58 average.