Most Wickets in Test Cricket in 2018

Record holder : Kagiso Rabada of South Africa holds the record (52 wickets) for most wickets in test cricket in 2018.

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1. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 52 wickets

The player at #1 in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He took 52 wickets in 20 innings of 10 matches at 3.15 economy, 20.07 average and 38.2 strike rate.

2. Sri Lanka Dilruwan Perera - 50 wickets

Next in the list is Dilruwan Perera of Sri Lanka. He took 50 wickets in 21 innings of 11 matches at 3.11 economy, 29.32 average and 56.4 strike rate.

3. Australia Nathan Lyon - 49 wickets

Next in the list is Nathan Lyon of Australia. He took 49 wickets in 20 innings of 10 matches at 2.7 economy, 34.02 average and 75.3 strike rate.

4. India Jasprit Bumrah - 48 wickets

At position no. 4 is Jasprit Bumrah of India. He took 48 wickets in 18 innings of 9 matches at 2.65 economy, 21.02 average and 47.4 strike rate.

5. India Mohammed Shami - 47 wickets

At no. 5 position is Mohammed Shami of India. He took 47 wickets in 23 innings of 12 matches at 3.3 economy, 26.97 average and 49 strike rate.

6. Australia Pat Cummins - 44 wickets

At position no. 6 is Pat Cummins of Australia. He took 44 wickets in 16 innings of 8 matches at 2.79 economy, 19.97 average and 42.8 strike rate.

7. England James Anderson - 43 wickets

Then comes our James Anderson of England. He took 43 wickets in 22 innings of 12 matches at 2.47 economy, 22.51 average and 54.6 strike rate.

8. Bangladesh Taijul Islam - 43 wickets

At position no. 8 is Taijul Islam of Bangladesh. He took 43 wickets in 13 innings of 7 matches at 2.96 economy, 22.97 average and 46.4 strike rate.

9. Bangladesh Mehidy Hasan Miraz - 41 wickets

At position no. 9 is Mehidy Hasan Miraz of Bangladesh. He took 41 wickets in 14 innings of 8 matches at 3.03 economy, 22.12 average and 43.7 strike rate.

10. India Ishant Sharma - 41 wickets

Then comes our Ishant Sharma of India. He took 41 wickets in 21 innings of 11 matches at 2.66 economy, 21.8 average and 49 strike rate.