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Highest strike rates in an innings

Highest strike rates in an innings: To many fans’ surprise former Australian pacer Ryan Harris tops the list when it comes to highest strike rate in an innings. He smashed 25 runs in mere nine balls that also included five boundaries. India’s Rishabh Pant is in the second spot with his four boundaries and one six in 28 runs with a 175 strike rate. There are plenty of conventional hard hitting batters in the list as well. It includes the likes of Virender Sehwag, Adam Gilchrist, Matthew Hayden and in the most recent Marnus Labuschagne as well.

Following is the list of the top 20 batters with the highest strike rates in an inning between India and Australia under the Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Name

Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Year Ground
Ryan Harris 25 9 5 0 277.77 2015 Sydney
(Aus)
Rishabh  Pant 28 16 4 1 175 2018 Adelaide
(India)
Joe Burns 66 39 8 3 169.23 2015 Sydney
(Aus)
Mitchell Marsh 40 26 4 3 153.84 2014 Adelaide
(Aus)
Zaheer Khan 25 17 2 2 147.05 2004 Nagpur
(India)
Matthew Hayden 29 20 4 0 145 2008 Mohali
(Aus)
Adam 26 18 3 1 144.44 2004 Wankhede
Gilchrist
(Aus)
Mohammed  34 24 3 1 141.66 2014 Adelaide
Shami
(India)
Ajinkya Rahane 38* 27 4 2 140.74 2017 Dharamsala
(India)
Zaheer Khan 35 26 5 1 134.61 2012 Sydney
(India)
Matthew Hayden 28* 21 4 1 133.33 2001 Wankhede
(Aus)
Justin Langer 28 21 3 2 133.33 2001 Eden Gardens
(Aus)
Zaheer Khan 28* 21 5 0 133.33 2008 Delhi
(India)
Parthiv Patel 62 50 11 0 124 2004 Sydney
(India)
Adam Gilchrist 29 24 4 0 120.83 2003 Adelaide
(Aus)
Virender Sehwag 62 53 12 0 116.98 2012 Adelaide
(India)
Virender Sehwag 47 41 6 0 114.63 2003 Adelaide
(India)
Marnus 25 22 5 0 113.63 2021 Brisbane
Labuschagne
(Aus)
David 180 159 20 5 113.2 2012 Perth
Warner
(Aus)
Peter Siddle 50 45 7 0 111.11 2013 Delhi
(Aus)

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