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Best Indian Bowling Performances in ODIs

In this article, take a look back at the best Indian bowling performances in ODIs history. India have developed into one of the most potent limited overs teams in world cricket.

Ankit Kanaujia
Last updated: 10.01.2023
Best Indian Bowling Performances in ODIs

India have developed into one of the most potent limited overs teams in world cricket. After winning the World Cup in 1983, the team has gone from strength to strength and are always in contention for major trophies.

 

Rohit Sharma and his men are currently contesting the T20 tournament in Australia but, in 2022, attention will turn back to the 50-Over version. With so much limited overs cricket being played, it’s a good time to look back at the best Indian bowling performances in One Day International history.

 

Stuart Binny

 

The name at the very top of the list may come as a surprise. Stuart Binny’s medium pace could be useful at times, but it was rare to see him run through a team.

 

In a One Day International against Bangladesh in 2014, Binny produced a devastating spell of 6/4 from just 4.4 overs as the batting side were dismissed for just 58. These remain the best ODI figures by an Indian bowler and it will be tough to overtake Stuart Binny at the top.

 

Anil Kumble

 

Thanks to his fast and accurate leg spin, Anil Kumble became India’s leading test wicket taker of all time. He also became only the second player in history to take all ten wickets in a test innings.

 

Kumble was more than useful in limited overs cricket too. Playing against the West Indies in Kolkata in 1993, he returned the figures of 6/12 from 6.1 overs.


Jasprit Bumrah

 

After an unfortunate injury put paid to his World Cup hopes in 2022, paceman Jasprit Bumrah will be desperate to get into the 2023 squad. He’s already proved his worth in the ODI format and he currently holds the third best set of Indian figures.

 

Against England at the Oval, earlier in 2022, Bumrah claimed a return of 6/19 from 7.2 overs.

 

India will be eager for a fully fit Jasprit Bumrah to be a part of the squad that contests the 2023 World Cup. As the host nation, India are favourites to win the trophy and the top betting sites put them clear of a chasing pack that includes England, Australia and New Zealand.

 

There is a lot of cricket to be played in the intervening months and those odds can adjust. Markets are provided by Sbo.net and they will constantly monitor the figures in the lead up to the tournament.

 

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It’s a one-stop outlet for World Cup betting and Jasprit Bumrah has taken his place on an elite list.

 

Ashish Nehra

 

Left arm seamer Ashish Nehra could generate seam and swing from most surfaces. He was used effectively in One Day Internationals and he went on to take 157 wickets in this format. Playing against England in Durban at the 2003 World Cup, Nehra finished with 6/23 from his full allocation of ten overs.

 

England were dismissed for 168 and lost by 82 runs.

 

Kuldeep Yadav

 

The mystery spin of Kuldeep Yadav could also play a part at the 2023 World Cup. Kuldeep’s best figures in an ODI also came against England. At Trent Bridge during the 2018 tour, his left arm bag of tricks claimed a return of 6/25 from his allocation of ten overs.

 

He ran through England’s top order as the home side were dismissed for 268. On a fast scoring surface, the total never seemed to be good enough and India chased it down in the 41st over for the loss of just two wickets.

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