Any player would want to perform well against the mighty Australians but in the last decade or so, India have emerged as the world leaders and India is one of the toughest teams to take wickets against.
India have been blessed with terrific batsmen throughout but it’s the evolution of strong quality bowlers which has been the face of Indian cricket in the last few years. With the T20I series coming up between India and Australia, lets take a look at top 7 wicket-takers from both the sides involving these 2 sides since 2010.
The lanky swing bowler has played just 6 matches against India but as picked 7 wickets and stands 7th on this list. He has a sound economy rate of 6.80 which is considered as top class in this format of the game.
He is 6th on this list with 8 wickets from 9 games since 2010. He concedes 7.96 runs per over which is on the higher side.
5. Nathan Coulter-Nile
The right arm fast bowler has picked 8 wickets against India in the last 10 years and is #5 on the list. Nathan Coulter-Nile is an injury prone bowler but has earned the reputation of a good T20 bowler over the years.
4. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
One of the most underrated bowlers in world cricket, Bhuvneshwar Kumar stands 4th on this list. He has picked 8 wickets in 7 games. He boasts an economy rate of 6.21 which is astonishing by any means for a bowler who bowls all the tough overs for his team.
3. Ravichandran Ashwin
One of the very few quality finger spinners in the world, Ravichandran Ashwin. He has always been a champion bowler in the shortest format of the game. He has picked 10 wickets in 9 games.
2. Shane Watson
He is the leading wicket taker from Australia against India in the last 10 years. Shane Watson is tied with Ravichandran Ashwin as both have 10 wickets apiece.
1. Jasprit Bumrah
He is the #1 on this list with 15 wickets in 10 games. He made his debut in 2016 but has risen through the ranks in double quick time. He might look to add to his tally in the upcoming T20I series.