While India's bowling average was 26.7%, D. Africa topped with an average of 24.8
Jaspreet Bumrah took 49 wickets at an average of 21.9 in 20 innings abroad, first in the Indians
Sports desk Indian cricket team is on top of the ICC Test rankings. The team has played 38 Tests so far since 2016, of which 23 have won. There was a loss in eight Tests. Seven matches are drawn. During this time Indian bowlers' performance was the best. Their average was 26.7 in the last three years. In this case, he is in second place after South Africa (24.8).
In the case of average Jaspreet Bumrah in Indian bowlers abroad, Ravindra Jadeja proved to be the most successful on the field. Bumrah's average of 21.9 and Jadeja's 22.93.
Cricket website ESPNcricinfo's report included only 10 countries that could take part in the ICC Test Championship. Australia, with an average of 30.4 in third place after South Africa and India. On the other hand, Pakistan was fourth and England finished fifth.
Average 5.1% better than Pakistan
* Figures until February 9, 2019.
Better Indian in Africa than bowling abroad
In the case of average, the world's top bowling team South Africa's performance is weak against India in India. If you talk about the bowlers of both the countries taking more than 20 wickets, then Jaspreet Bumrah, with an average of 21.9 in the first place. On the other hand, India's Ishant Sharma (24.6) is also in second place. Keshav Maharaj of South Africa is fourth in this list. Maharaj took 52 wickets at an average of 26.3.
Five Indian bowlers in top-8
* Based on average
Better than India on home ground. The African bowler
In the meantime, talking about the performance of the bowlers of both teams on the domestic field, the average South African bowler is in the forefront. Medium fast bowler Duane Oliver took 34 wickets in 12 innings. During this time their average was 16.26. There are also African bowlers in second place. Vernon Philander took 27 wickets at an average of 17.50. In the top-8 list, Ravindra Jadeja of India stayed in fifth place with 36 wickets in 88 innings at an average of 22.93.
4-4 bowlers of India and South Africa in top-8
* Based on average