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Old 18th January 2016, 13:22   #1041
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I think there might be a hidden agenda to the posting of this list...
I could have posted it myself, seeing as how it shows how lethal Deadly could be once he had a batsman's number.
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Batsmen who averaged over 50.00 and the bowlers who got them out the most...

52.29 - Yousuf - Murali (9)...
Seems Yousuf may have been more unfortunate than others.
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and the bowlers

20.94 - Marshall - Gooch (16)
20.97 - Garner - Botham (10)
20.99 - Ambrose - Atherton (17)
21.57 - Trueman - Worrell, Kanhai (9)
21.64 - McGrath - Atherton (19)
22.25 - Donald - Atherton (11)
22.29 - Hadlee - Randall, Boon (9)
22.53 - Steyn - Clarke (9)
22.72 - Murali - Boucher (12)
22.81 - Imran Khan - Gavaskar (11)
22.97 - Miller - Hutton (10)
23.03 - Lindwall - Compton, Evans (10)
23.11 - Pollock - Atapattu (9)
23.56 - Younis - Greatbatch (8)
23.62 - Akram - Srikkanth (9)
23.68 - Holding - Gavaskar (11)
23.92 - Lillee - Knott (12)
24.44 - Walsh - Atherton (17)
24.84 - Statham - Goddard (11)
24.89 - Bedser - Morris (18)
25.20 - Willlis - Hughes (11)
25.41 - Warne - Stewart (14)
25.83 - Underwood - Chappell (13)
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Poor Michael Atherton.
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Poor Michael Atherton.
I reckon if Atherton had played a few years later he would have had an average similar to Cook now and vice versa as I think Cook would have had serious issues with a number of the quicks of the 90s. His record for the era he played in wasn't too bad.
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and the bowlers...
22.72 - Murali - Boucher (12)...
Bit of ill fortune there for Boucher too.

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http://www.supersport.com/cricket/sa...anywhere_Steyn

Ironically, Steyn believes that the groin and shoulder injuries which have ruined his season were caused by not playing enough cricket rather than too much. “Managing my workload doesn’t always mean resting,” he said ruefully. “I need to make sure I have enough overs in my legs and body before I start a test match at 100 miles an hour

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Ironically, Steyn believes that the groin and shoulder injuries which have ruined his season were caused by not playing enough cricket rather than too much. “Managing my workload doesn’t always mean resting,” he said ruefully. “I need to make sure I have enough overs in my legs and body before I start a test match at 100 miles an hour.”
Makes sense. When any Sportsperson comes back from injury or a break they are likely to get injured due to a lack of match practice.
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Bowling partners (updated)

60 Tests together
2286.3 overs 254 wickets at 25.67 econ 2.85 s/r 54.0 - Botham (36)
1964.4 overs 222 wickets at 24.62 econ 2.78 s/r 53.0 - Willis (35)
4251.1 overs 476 wickets at 25.18 econ 2.81 s/r 53.5
(won 25/60 bowling together - 244 wickets) 41.6% win

30 Tests together
980.4-189-3276-127 ~ 25.79 econ 3.34 s/r 46.3 - Gough (32)
1032.1-228-3089-106 ~ 29.14 econ 2.99 s/r 58.4 - Caddick (34)
2012.5-417-6365-233 ~ 27.31 econ 3.16 s/r 51.8
(won 13/30 bowling together - 139 wickets) 43.3% win

45 Tests together
1495.1-300-5025-166 ~ 30.27 econ 3.36 s/r 54.0 - Hoggard (31)
1662.4-317-5383-174 ~ 30.93 econ 3.23 s/r 57.3 - Harmison (30)
3157.5-617-10408-340 ~ 30.52 econ 3.29 s/r 55.7
(won 23/45 bowling together - 213 wickets) 51.1% win

84 Tests together
3181.0-813-9144-336 ~ 27.21 econ 2.87 s/r 56.8 - Anderson (33)
2912.0-636-8849-310 ~ 28.54 econ 3.03 s/r 56.3 - Broad (29)
6093.0-1449-17993-646 ~ 27.85 econ 2.95 s/r 56.5
(won 36/84 bowling together - 341 wickets) 42.8% win

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Usually in ODIs a good bowler takes 1.5 wickets a match.
25+ ODIs

2.04 Henry (25)
1.95 Starc (46)
1.85 Shami (47)
1.84 Boult (32)
1.74 McClenaghan (47)
1.70 Morkel (105)
1.64 McKay (59)
1.56 Steyn (112)
1.56 Tsotsobe (60)
1.53 Taylor (81)
1.52 Malinga (191)

Our bowlers

1.58 Willey (12)
1.57 Topley (7)
1.50 Finn (65)
1.50 Jordan (26)
1.34 Woakes (41)

Can't believe how good Matt Henry is and he is not going to the 20/20 World Cup. Then there is Rahman from Bangladesh who has only played 9 matches 26 wickets 2.88 wickets per game against India, SA and Zim. That's likely to change as he plays for longer.

Brett Lee 1.71, Akram 1.41, McGrath 1.52, Gough 1.47, Donald 1.65.
Of those who have taken 150+ wickets only two bowlers have a s/r of under 30. Lee and Morkel.

You would have to say that New Zealand have the best bowling attack with Henry, Boult, McClenaghan all taking their wickets at over 1.70. Next best would be Australia Starc 1.95, Hazelwood 1.58 (17) Cummins 1.83 (18).
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My gut feeling is that the better bowlers take more wickets per match now than they did 15-20 years ago. Not sure if this is true, do more wickets fall per game now than in the past?
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My gut feeling is that the better bowlers take more wickets per match now than they did 15-20 years ago. Not sure if this is true, do more wickets fall per game now than in the past?
Maybe these days bowlers have so many variations but I can't believe that bowlers in the past didn't have them as well. Also could be that batsmen are more attacking. We now have totals of 350s and 400s.
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Most 6s off bowlers in 20/20s

45 - Broad (56)
34 - Bresnan (34)
32 - Dernbach (34)
31 - Swann (39)
20 - Finn (21)
19 - Patel (18), Tredwell (17)
18 - Wright (51)
16 - Anderson (19)
15 - Mascarenhas (14)
14 - Collingwood (35)
11 - Sidebottom (18), Woakes (8)
10 - Rashid (10)
9 - Briggs (7)
8 - Bopara (38), Parry (5)
7 - Mahnood (4), Root (12), Stokes (9)
6 - Yardy (14), Ali (10)
5 - Schofield (4)
4 - Pietersen (37), Shahzad (3), Willey (4)
3 - Panesar (1)
2 - Flintoff (7), Lewis (2), Snape (1), Plunkett (3), Wood (1), Jordan (9)
1 - Gough (2), Dalrymple (3), Batty (1), Meaker (2), Tremlett (1), Rankin (2), Gurney (2), Topley (2)
0 - Harmison (2), Kirtley (1), Maddy (4), Khan (1), Borthwick (1)

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I seem to remember 6 of Broad's were conceded in a single over.

I assume the figures in bold are the number of matches played. Perhaps overs bowled would have provided better context.
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I seem to remember 6 of Broad's were conceded in a single over.

I assume the figures in bold are the number of matches played. Perhaps overs bowled would have provided better context.
Figures in bold are the number of sixes hit off the bowler, figures in brackets are the number of ODIs played.

Bowling at the death in 20/20s (last 4 overs) since the start of the format in 2005

Updated till 28.3.16

53.0-0-533-21 - Dernbach (10.05)
45.4-0-416-20 - Broad (9.11)
27.4-0-209-15 - Jordan (7.55)
26.3-0-289-11 - Bresnan (10.90)
24.4-0-198-12 - Sidebottom (8.02)
16.2-1-137-5 - Anderson (8.38)
14.0-0-113-5 - Finn (8.07)
12.4-1-101-6 - Bopara (7.97)
10.2-0-121-4 - Willey (11.71)
10.0-0-74-4 - Swann (7.40)
10-0-72-3 - Flintoff (7.20)
9.4-0-77-6 - Stokes (7.97)
6.0-0-59-1 - Wright (9.83)
5.2-0-58-5 - Woakes (10.88)
5.0-0-34-2 - Plunkett (6.80)
5.0-0-49-2 - Collingwood (9.80)
4.1-0-39-3 - Topley (9.37)
4.0-0-33-2 - Gurney (8.25)
4.0-0-25-3 - Mahmood (6.25)
4.0-0-29-0 - Yardy (7.25)
4.0-0-55-2 - Shahzad (14.66)
2.5-0-48-0 - Schofield (16.96)
2.0-0-12-1 - Rashid (6.00)
2.0-0-15-2 - Khan (7.50)
2.0-0-30-0 - Meaker (15.00)
1.5-0-24-0 - Tredwell (13.11)
1.0-0-6-2 - Maddy (6.00)
1.0-0-3-2 - Wood (3.00)
1.0-0-10-0 - Pietersen (10.00)
1.0-0-11-1 - Tremlett (11.00)
1.0-0-13-0 - Lewis (13.00)
1.0-0-14-0 - Patel (14.00)
1.0-0-23-0 - Briggs (23.00)
1.0-0-11-1 - Ali (11.00)
1.0-0-5-0 - Mills (5.0)
0.5-0-10-0 - Gough
0.3-0-0-1 - Harmison

Ideally a good bowler will go at under 7.5.

41.2-1-237-24 -Starc (5.73)

and he isn't Australia's official death bowler as all their bowlers have turns at the death Johnson, Mckay, Cummins, Hazelwood, Faulkner, Watson, Maxwell etc. Rather than 2 bowlers bowling two overs each sometimes Australia have 4 different bowlers. He is probably the best yorker bowler. Starc has played in 46 games. Death bowling update...

41.2-1-237-24 - Starc (5.73)
24.2-0-156-13 - Rahman (6.41)
53.1-0-377-28 - Steyn (7.09)

Two of the best death bowlers.

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20/20s at 8 Aug 2016

2 20/20s - 4 wickets at 6.83 econ 5.12 s/r 8.0 - Sran (23)
1 20/20 - 3 wickets at 8.66 econ 8.66 s/r 6.00 - Wood (25)
13 20/20s - 22 wickets at 13.95 econ 5.98 s/r 14.0 - Rahman (20)
25 20/20s - 39 wickets at 15.17 econ 7.46 s/r 12.2 - A Hossain (26)
22 20/20s - 32 wickets at 16.34 econ 6.56 s/r 14.9 - Hassan (28)
60 20/20s - 85 wickets at 16.97 econ 7.19 s/r 14.1 - Gul (31)
42 20/20s - 58 wickets at 17.39 econ 6.71 s/r 15.5 - Steyn (32)
12 20/20s - 18 wickets at 18.05 econ 8.26 s/r 13.1 - Willey (26)
11 20/20s - 4 wickets at 18.25 econ 8.11 s/r 13.5 - Shanaka (24)
2 20/20s - 3 wickets at 18.33 econ 6.87 s/r 16.0 - Gurney (28)
2 20/20s - 3 wickets at 18.33 econ 5.87 s/r 16.0 - Kulkarni (27)
21 20/20s - 29 wickets at 18.41 econ 6.71 s/r 16.4 - Starc (26)
13 20/20s - 21 wickets at 18.42 econ 8.41 s/r 13.1 - Sami (34)
2 20/20s - 3 wickets at 18.66 econ 8.00 s/r 14.0 - Gabriel (27)
15 20/20s - 21 wickets at 18.80 econ 6.69 s/r 16.8 - Cummins (22)
21 20/20s - 28 wickets at 18.82 econ 6.62 s/r 17.0 - Bumrah (22)
22 20/20s - 24 wickets at 19.33 econ 6.10 s/r 19.0 - Rankin (31)
12 20/20s - 17 wickets at 19.52 econ 7.57 s/r 15.4 - McLaren (32)
32 20/20s - 20 wickets at 19.75 econ 6.99 s/r 16.9 - Razzaq (36)
14 20/20s - 20 wickets at 19.90 econ 7.88 s/r 15.1 - Panyangara (30)
62 20/0s - 78 wickets at 20.28 econ 7.26 s/r 16.7 - Malinga (31)
20 20/20s - 24 wickets at 20.70 econ 7.60 s/r 16.3 - Wiese (30)
23 20/20s - 31 wickets at 20.83 econ 7.69 s/r 16.2 - Nehra (36)
20 20/20s - 28 wickets at 20.92 econ 8.27 s/r 15.1 - Faulkner (26)
21 20/20s - 28 wickets at 21.03 econ 7.39 s/r 17.0 - Tait (32)
21 20/20s - 27 wickets at 21.59 econ 7.28 s/r 17.7 - Finn (26)
11 20/20s - 15 wickets at 21.73 econ 7.95 s/r 16.4 - Boult (26)
18 20/20s - 21 wickets at 21.80 econ 7.36 s/r 17.7 - Milne (23)
8 20/20s - 10 wickets at 21.80 econ 7.60 s/r 17.2 - Tiripano (28)
13 20/20s - 11 wickets at 22.00 econ 7.64 s/r 17.2 - Neesham (24)
11 20/20s - 16 wickets at 22.06 econ 8.82 s/r 15.0 - Morris (28)
9 20/20s - 11 wickets at 22.18 econ 7.21 s/r 18.4 - Plunkett (31)
5 20/20s - 4 wickets at 22.25 econ 9.88 s/r 13.5 - Henriques (29)
21 20/20s - 26 wickets at 22.26 econ 7.96 s/r 16.7 - K Abbott (28)
27 20/20s - 26 wickets at 22.34 econ 7.00 s/r 19.1 - SZadran (28)
16 20/20s - 22 wickets at 22.63 econ 8.25 s/r 16.4 - Rabada (20)
39 20/20s - 45 wickets at 22.71 econ 7.37 s/r 18.4 - Morkel (30)
50 20/20s - 56 wickets at 22.85 econ 7.26 s/r 18.8 - Kulasekara (33)
6 20/20s - 8 wickets at 22.87 econ 9.07 s/r 15.1 - Cottrell (25)
56 20/20s - 65 wickets at 22.93 econ 7.62 s/r 18.0 - Broad (27)
29 20/20s - 35 wickets at 23.02 econ 7.60 s/r 18.1 - DZadran (27)
30 20/20s - 34 wickets at 23.20 econ 7.10 s/r 19.5 - Amir (24)
20 20/20s - 24 wickets at 23.29 econ 8.22 s/r 17.0 - Taylor (30)
35 20/20s - 38 wickets at 23.44 econ 8.03 s/r 17.5 - Parnell (25)
16 20/20s - 16 wickets at 23.81 econ 6.68 s/r 21.3 - BKumar (26)
16 20/20s - 15 wickets at 24.00 econ 8.08 s/r 17.8 - Pandya (22)
14 20/20s - 17 wickets at 24.00 econ 9.34 s/r 15.4 - Bracewell (24)
21 20/20s - 23 wickets at 24.04 econ 8.07 s/r 17.8 - Riaz (30)
4 20/20s - 5 wickets at 24.20 econ 9.30 s/r 15.6 - Holder (23)
23 20/20s - 29 wickets at 24.31 econ 8.51 s/r 17.1 - Rampaul (31)
5 20/20s - 6 wickets at 24.50 econ 8.16 s/r 18.0 - Henry (24)
9 20/20s - 10 wickets at 24.70 econ 7.84 s/r 18.9 - VKumar (29)
58 20/20s - 48 wickets at 24.72 econ 7.65 s/r 19.3 - Watson (34)
14 20/20s - 13 wickets at 24.92 econ 7.25 s/r 20.6 - Murtagh (34)
28 20/20s - 30 wickets at 25.26 econ 7.70 s/r 19.6 - McClenaghan (29)
17 20/20s - 21 wickets at 25.33 econ 8.18 s/r 18.5 - Counter-Nile (28)
6 20/20s - 8 wickets at 25.50 econ 9.87 s/r 15.5 - Shami (25)
6 20/20s - 6 wickets at 25.66 econ 7.70 s/r 20.0 - Best (32)
38 20/20s - 46 wickets at 25.69 econ 8.62 s/r 17.8 - Southee (26)
18 20/20s - 18 wickets at 25.77 econ 7.36 s/r 21.0 - Fernando (36)
51 20/20s - 18 wickets at 25.83 econ 8.45 s/r 18.3 - Wright (29)
7 34 20/20s - 39 wickets at 26.15 econ 8.71 s/r 18.0 - Dernbach (27)
13 20/20s - 9 wickets at 26.44 econ 6.26 s/r 25.3 - Ahmed (20)
19 20/20s - 21 wickets at 26.71 econ 8.63 s/r 18.5 - Jordan (27)
66 20/20s - 36 wickets at 27.58 econ 6.65 s/r 24.8 - Mathews (29)
9 20/20s - 9 wickets at 27.66 econ 7.11 s/r 23.3 - Bollinger (33)
51 20/20s - 47 wickets at 27.72 econ 7.25 s/r 22.9 - Tanvir (31)
53 20/20s - 35 wickets at 28.11 econ 8.91 s/r 18.9 - Perera (27)
15 20/20s - 11 wickets at 28.18 econ 8.85 s/r 19.0 - Christian (30)
11 20/20s - 10 wickets at 28.40 econ 7.28 s/r 23.4 - Roach (24)
8 20/20s - 7 wickets at 28.42 econ 7.37 s/r 23.1 - Maharoof (31)
42 20/20s - 43 wickets at 28.55 econ 8.21 s/r 20.8 - Mills (35)
9 20/20s - 8 wickets at 29.50 econ 8.74 s/r 20.2 - JKhan (24)
5 20/20s - 5 wickets at 29.80 econ 8.94 s/r 20.0 - Hendricks (23)
3 20/20s - 3 wickets at 30.00 econ 8.18 s/r 22.0 - Eranga (26)
3 20/20s - 3 wickets at 30.00 econ 8.18 s/r 22.0 - Boland (27)
23 20/20s - 18 wickets at 30.05 econ 6.93 s/r 26.0 - Tsotsobe (30)
30 20/20s - 13 wickets at 30.46 econ 8.27 /r 22.0 - Chibhabha (29)
8 20/20s - 6 wickets at 30.83 econ 8.04 s/r 23.0 - MSharma (27)
8 20/20s - 7 wickets at 30.85 econ 8.36 s/r 22.1 - Abbott (27)
1 20/20 - 1 wicket at 32.00 econ 8.00 s/r 24.0 - Kulkarni (27)
6 20/20s - 7 wickets at 32.57 econ 9.77 s/r 20.0 - de Lange (24)
20 20/20s - 15 wickets at 33.60 econ 7.25 s/r 27.8 - Irfan (33)
7 20/20s - 8 wickets at 33.62 econ 9.60 s/r 21.0 - Hazlewood (25)
6 20/20s - 5 wickets at 34.60 econ 10.07 s/r 20.6 - Topley (22)
25 20/20s - 14 wickets at 35.35 econ 8.25 s/r 25.7 - C Anderson (25)
49 20/20s - 38 wickets at 35.86 econ 7.94 s/r 27.0 - Mortaza (32)
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8 20/20s - 7 wickets at 36.14 econ 9.37 s/r 23.1 - Woakes (25)
9 20/20s - 4 wickets at 36.25 econ 8.52 s/r 25.5 - Marsh (24)
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34 20/20s - 24 wickets at 36.95 econ 8.02 s/r 27.6 - Bresnan (31)
43 20/20s - 21 wickets at 37.47 econ 9.24 s/r 24.3 - Russell (28)
20 20/20s - 16 wickets at 38.50 econ 8.67 s/r 26.6 - Mpofu (29)
7 20/20s - 6 wickets at 40.00 econ 9.35 s/r 25.6 - Lakmal (29)
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1 20/20 - 1 wicket at 42.00 econ 10.50 /r 24.0 - Dhawan (26)
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8 20/20s - 5 wickets at 44.80 econ 8.29 s/r 32.4 - Hastings (30)
6 20/20s - 4 wickets at 45.75 econ 8.07 s/r 34.0 - McKay (30)
3 20/20s - 1 wicket at 47.00 econ 7.83 s/r 36.0 - S Abbott (22)
18 20/20s - 8 wickets at 49.37 econ 9.25 s/r 32.0 - Stokes (25)
14 20/20s - 8 wickets at 50.00 econ 8.63 s/r 34.7 - Sharma (25)
9 20/20s - 5 wickets at 51.00 econ 9.80 s/r 31.2 - Bhatti (23)
9 20/20s - 5 wickets at 51.80 econ 9.25 s/r 33.6 - Braithwaite (28)
5 20/20s - 2 wickets at 52.50 econ 10.50 s/r 30.0- Ellis (30)
3 20/20s - 2 wickets at 59.50 econ 10.50 s/r 34.0 - Tye (29)
9 20/20s - 3 wickets at 54.33 econ 8.57 s/r 38.0 - Ali (27)
11 20/20s - 4 wickets at 80.75 econ 8.14 s/r 59.5 - Vitori (23)
3 20/20s - 1 wicket at 82.00 econ 8.20 s/r 60.0 - Richardson (24)

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During the 10/11 Ashes England got the ball to reverse as early as the 11th over in one Test. When the Australians next came to England all the fast bowlers were hiding the ball in their run up, something new. Only Harris was able to hide it until the last minute but he didn't do it all the time.
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In fairness 1000ys you should have removed the later edition Tremlett and Bresnan from the list of 'fast bowlers' in terms of the pace that they bowled. Indeed Tremlett jacked it in last year in any case.
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In fairness 1000ys you should have removed the later edition Tremlett and Bresnan from the list of 'fast bowlers' in terms of the pace that they bowled. Indeed Tremlett jacked it in last year in any case.
I copied and pasted after the new contracts and didn't bother reading the top part.

Our bowlers really all bowl at the same pace, anything from 80-90. They can all get it up to 90-93 but no one bowls at over 90mph consistently. Our fastest is Stokes.

The Australians are the only side who do have pace and at one time had Harris, Johnson, Starc, Pattinson, Cummins.
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