Best Bowling Strike Rate in Test Cricket in 2019

Record holder : Umesh Yadav of India holds the record (23.1) for best bowling strike rate in test cricket in 2019.

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1. India Umesh Yadav - 23.1

At the top of list is Umesh Yadav of India. He has strike rate of 23.1 while taking 23 wickets in 8 innings of 4 matches at 3.54 economy and 13.65 average.

2. India Jasprit Bumrah - 30.9

At position no. 2 is Jasprit Bumrah of India. He has strike rate of 30.9 while taking 14 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 2.54 economy and 13.14 average.

3. India Ishant Sharma - 32.5

Then comes our Ishant Sharma of India. He has strike rate of 32.5 while taking 25 wickets in 12 innings of 6 matches at 2.86 economy and 15.56 average.

4. South Africa Duanne Olivier - 33

Then comes our Duanne Olivier of South Africa. He has strike rate of 33 while taking 20 wickets in 8 innings of 4 matches at 3.95 economy and 21.75 average.

5. Afghanistan Rashid Khan - 34.7

At position no. 5 is Rashid Khan of Afghanistan. He has strike rate of 34.7 while taking 21 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 2.72 economy and 15.76 average.

6. India Mohammed Shami - 35.3

At no. 6 position is Mohammed Shami of India. He has strike rate of 35.3 while taking 33 wickets in 16 innings of 8 matches at 2.83 economy and 16.66 average.

7. Ireland Stuart Thompson - 35.3

Next in the list is Stuart Thompson of Ireland. He has strike rate of 35.3 while taking 6 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 3.14 economy and 18.5 average.

8. Australia Mitchell Starc - 36.7

At no. 8 position is Mitchell Starc of Australia. He has strike rate of 36.7 while taking 42 wickets in 15 innings of 8 matches at 3.38 economy and 20.71 average.

9. New Zealand Neil Wagner - 37.6

At position no. 9 is Neil Wagner of New Zealand. He has strike rate of 37.6 while taking 43 wickets in 11 innings of 6 matches at 2.83 economy and 17.81 average.

10. West Indies Alzarri Joseph - 39.8

At no. 10 position is Alzarri Joseph of West Indies. He has strike rate of 39.8 while taking 10 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 3.58 economy and 23.8 average.