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3 Indian bowlers to have taken the most wickets against Australia in T20Is

November 16, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

India is ready to face Australia in what vows to be an exciting series between two sides. The series will start with three T20Is and, as we found in the IPL, the bowlers might come at the top in the series.

Australia and India have previously faced each other 20 times in T20Is, with Virat Kohli's side winning the match 11 times.

Both India and Australia have elite bowling units and it will be fascinating to see who ends up as the winner in this much-anticipated series.

We take a look at who is India's highest wicket-takers in T20Is against mighty Australia:

Jasprit Bumrah

Obviously, it is Jasprit Bumrah who leads the most wicket-takers list in matches among India and Australia. His unorthodox swing-arm action and deadly accuracy have caused the Aussies a lot of issues throughout the long term. The 26-year-old will be relied upon to be India's chief destructor in the upcoming series once again.

Jasprit Bumrah is one of the world's most talented bowlers in T20 cricket right now, and his stats against Australia prove his class. Bumrah has been able to take 15 wickets in 11 matches. He has a good economy rate of 7.45 against them. He likewise has a good average of 20.45 with a best of 3-16.

Ravichandran Ashwin

While Ravichandran Ashwin is not at this point a restricted overs player for India, he has a noteworthy record against Australia in T20 cricket. Ashwin is third on the list take most-wickets in games between the two sides. He has taken ten wickets in nine games against Australia.

Ashwin's economy rate of 8.43 is positively not the best and shows why India doesn't pick him for T20Is any longer. Yet, as he appeared in IPL 2020, Ashwin stays a demonstrated wicket-taker in the T20 format.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Behind Ashwin is Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who has taken eight wickets for India in seven matches against Australia. His swing and precision have improved a considerable lot of Australia's top-notch batsmen throughout the long term.

Kumar's eight wickets have come at an average of 18.37 against Australia. He additionally has a magnificent economy pace of 6.21, and the best of 3/35.

Kumar will be badly missed by India during their visit to Australia this time around, in spite of the fact that the Aussies will absolutely be happy that he's harmed.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth