Most Wickets in Test Cricket in 2022

Record holder : Prabath Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka holds the record (29 wickets) for most wickets in test cricket in 2022.

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Prabath Jayasuriya moved to 1st position from previously held 2nd position, after taking 29 wickets -

1. Sri Lanka Prabath Jayasuriya - 29 wickets

At the top of list is Prabath Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka. He took 29 wickets in 6 innings of 3 matches at 2.73 economy, 20.37 average and 44.7 strike rate.

2. England Jack Leach - 29 wickets

Then comes our Jack Leach of England. He took 29 wickets in 13 innings of 8 matches at 2.59 economy, 34.58 average and 79.8 strike rate.

3. Australia Nathan Lyon - 27 wickets

Next in the list is Nathan Lyon of Australia. He took 27 wickets in 11 innings of 7 matches at 2.7 economy, 35.92 average and 79.5 strike rate.

4. England Stuart Broad - 26 wickets

Then comes our Stuart Broad of England. He took 26 wickets in 12 innings of 6 matches at 3.26 economy, 31.23 average and 57.3 strike rate.

5. New Zealand Trent Boult - 25 wickets

Next in the list is Trent Boult of New Zealand. He took 25 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 3.33 economy, 25.48 average and 45.8 strike rate.

6. Australia Pat Cummins - 25 wickets

At position no. 6 is Pat Cummins of Australia. He took 25 wickets in 12 innings of 7 matches at 2.83 economy, 25 average and 52.9 strike rate.

7. New Zealand Tim Southee - 25 wickets

Next in the list is Tim Southee of New Zealand. He took 25 wickets in 14 innings of 7 matches at 3.47 economy, 39.24 average and 67.8 strike rate.

8. South Africa Marco Jansen - 23 wickets

At no. 8 position is Marco Jansen of South Africa. He took 23 wickets in 7 innings of 4 matches at 3.04 economy, 19.39 average and 38.1 strike rate.

9. South Africa Kagiso Rabada - 23 wickets

Next in the list is Kagiso Rabada of South Africa. He took 23 wickets in 7 innings of 4 matches at 3.37 economy, 21.13 average and 37.6 strike rate.

10. India Jasprit Bumrah - 22 wickets

At position no. 10 is Jasprit Bumrah of India. He took 22 wickets in 10 innings of 5 matches at 2.95 economy, 20.31 average and 41.3 strike rate.