Spinners' performance in T20 in the last one year
On average, every 10th ball takes a wicket, Kuldeep Yadav
Dubai. Spinners in bowlers in T20 are far ahead of fast bowlers. In the ICC T-20 bowling rankings, there are 11 spinners out of top-12. In the last one year spinners have done a fantastic job in this format. Afghanistan's leg-spinner Rashid Khan has taken 22 wickets in eight matches at number one.
Indian spinners bowl on every 16th ball and fast bowler every 19th ball
Rashid Khan's strike rate is nine. That is, they get one wicket on every 9th ball. In the case of strike rate, India's left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav is second. He gets one wicket on every 10th ball.
Since January 1, 2018, India's spinners have a strike rate of 16. In case of strike rate, India is on number two. Afghanistan is at number -1 with strike rate of 13. Sri Lanka (17) third, England (18) fourth and Pakistan (18) are on fifth.
Speaking of fast bowlers, India is getting one wicket every 19th ball. South Africa (15) is at No. 1. That is, the spinners are playing the key role in winning the team.
Cummins-Holder On his best Test ranking, West Indies captain Jason Holder and Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins have reached the top of their Test career. Afterwards, Cummins made the number two spot in the Test rankings.
Cummins has retreated from England's fast bowler James Anderson to number two. Holders who perform well against England have reached the sixth place.
The holder has been suspended from the third test due to his team's slow over rate. He took five wickets in the second Test played in Antigua.
Holders were the first players from the West Indies after Sir Gary Sobers in 1974, who reached the top spot in the all-rounder rankings in Test cricket. He has 778 points in his bowling, which is the highest score of any bowler in the West Indies after Courtney Walsh in 2001.