Top 5 highest wicket-taker in Australia Vs West Indies ODI

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Top 5 highest wicket-taker in Australia Vs West Indies ODI

After a very impressive performance in the test series West Indies will play 3 3-match ODI series against Australia in Australia. Both West Indies and Australia are very successful white ball teams, Australia being the favorites enjoys an upper hand in this rivalry. In this article, we will tell you the top 5 highest wicket-takers in Australia Vs West Indies ODIs.

#5 Shane Warne

Shane Warne
Shane Warne

Legendary leg spinner, late Shane Warne is on No.5 on our list. He played 27 One Day International matches against West Indies in which he took 50 wickets at an average and economy of 20.90 and 4.16.

#4 Michael Holding

West Indies veteran and a very successful fast bowler of his time, Michael Holding is at No.4 on our list. He played 35 ODI matches against Australia and took 52 wickets with an average and economy of 22.78 and 3.57.

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#3 Joel Garner

Another West Indies fast bowler, Joel Garner is at No.3 on our list. He played 34 ODI games against Australia in which he took 54 wickets with an average and economy of 19.92 and 3.46.

#2 Curtly Ambrose

Third consecutive West Indies fast bowler, Curtly Ambrose is the second highest wicket taker in Australia Vs West Indies ODIs. He played 41 One Day International games against Australia in which he took 61 wickets with an average and economy of 21.80 and 3.60.

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#1 Craig McDermott

Former Australian right-arm fast bowler, McDermott is the highest wicket-taker in Australia Vs West Indies ODIs. He played only 35 One Day International games against West Indies in his career. He took 63 wickets against West Indies in ODIs with an average and economy of 19.42 and 4.15.

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