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Top 10 best bowling figures in ODIs for current bowlers

By Akanksha - December 19, 2023 - Last updated on Dec 19, 2023 02:16 PM
Top 10 best bowling figures in ODIs for current bowlers

The bowlers who add another element to the game are frequently the focus of attention in the exciting world of international cricket. They are the unsung heroes of the cricket world because of their talent, accuracy, and control over the flow of a game. Let's examine the rankings and the backgrounds of the top ten bowlers in One Day Internationals as of now to see who made their names in the cricket records.

Top 10 Best Bowling Figures in ODIs for Current Bowlers

PLAYER TEAM RATING CAREER BEST RATING
10. Mohammad Shami IND 648 657 v New Zealand, 15/11/2023
9. Shaheen Afridi PAK 650 688 v West Indies, 10/06/2022
8. Trent Boult NZ 663 775 v Australia, 11/09/2022
7. Kuldeep Yadav IND 667 765 v New Zealand, 26/01/2019
6. Rashid Khan AFG 667 806 v Pakistan, 21/09/2018
5. Adam Zampa AUS 675 695 v Bangladesh, 11/11/2023
4. Jasprit Bumrah IND 685 841 v West Indies, 01/11/2018
3. Mohammed Siraj IND 699 736 v New Zealand, 21/01/2023
2. Josh Hazlewood AUS 703 733 v England, 26/01/2018
1. Keshav Maharaj SA 741 741 v Australia, 16/11/2023

10. Mohammad Shami (Rating: 648)

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Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami, a veteran swing bowler known for his ability to produce pace and movement, completes the list of top ten. With a career-best 657 against New Zealand on November 15, 2023, Shami has a rating of 648. His near-total dominance in the rankings highlights his ongoing ability to provide crucial performances for India.

9. Shaheen Afridi (Rating: 650)

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Shaheen Afridi, Pakistan's budding fast-bowling sensation, takes ninth place. Afridi has the potential to establish himself as a mainstay in Pakistan's bowling frontline with his burstiness and durability. He currently has a rating of 650 and a career-best 688 against the West Indies on June 10, 2022. He is now an important member of Pakistan's bowling domination team thanks to his performances.

8. Trent Boult (Rating: 663)

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Trent Boult, the swing sensation from New Zealand, comes in at number eight. Boult's lethal swing bowling, which has a career-best of 775 against Australia on September 11, 2022, and a rating of 663, demonstrates his ability to bother batters constantly. His continued influence on the game is demonstrated by how close his career-best performance was to the present.

7. Kuldeep Yadav (Rating: 667)

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The second person occupying the sixth spot, Kuldeep Yadav, has a rating of 667 as well. On January 26, 2019, he achieved a career-best 765 against New Zealand. Yadav is well-known for his deft left-arm wrist spin, but his burstiness has also shown in his ability to take key wickets when his side most needs them.

6. Rashid Khan (Rating: 667)

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Top of the ICC Test bowling rankings is South Africa's fearsome Keshav Maharaj. His remarkable abilities on the field are demonstrated by his current rating of 667. On November 16, 2023, Maharaj scored a career-high 741 against Australia. The closeness of this accomplishment demonstrates his reliability and capacity to execute well under duress.

5. Adam Zampa (Rating: 675)

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Leg-spinner Adam Zampa of Australia breaks into the top five. Zampa is close to greatness, as evidenced by his career-best score of 695 versus Bangladesh on November 11, 2023, which has a rating of 675. Because of his ability to spin, Zampa has become a formidable bowler for Australia, a squad that is primarily composed of pacers.

4. Jasprit Bumrah (Rating: 685)

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With a rating of 685, Jasprit Bumrah, another gem in India's fast-bowling crown, is ranked fourth. On November 1, 2018, Bumrah scored his highest rating of 841 in his career against the West Indies, demonstrating not just his explosiveness but also his capacity to create amazing moments with the ball. He is a standout player because of his unconventional yet efficient bowling technique, which has confused many batters.

3. Mohammed Siraj (Rating: 699)

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Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj, an emerging player in the cricket world, is ranked third. His career-best 736 versus New Zealand on January 21, 2023, along with his current rating of 699, highlights his unwavering ability to continually put out excellent efforts. Siraj's development from a talented kid to an important bowler for India is indicative of his commitment to and constant search for greatness.

2. Josh Hazlewood (Rating: 703)

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Josh Hazlewood of Australia, a key member of the team's potent bowling assault, is next in line. Hazlewood's career-best rating of 733 against England on January 26, 2018, which he achieved with a rating of 703, demonstrates his burstiness, a feature that has made him an invaluable asset for Australia. He is regarded as one of the best bowlers in the world because of his destructive spells.

1. Keshav Maharaj (Rating: 741)

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Top of the ICC Test bowling rankings is South Africa's fearsome Keshav Maharaj. His remarkable abilities on the field are demonstrated by his current rating of 741. On November 16, 2023, Maharaj scored a career-high 741 against Australia. The closeness of this accomplishment demonstrates his reliability and capacity to execute well under duress.

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