Top 10 Current ODI Batsmen With Best Strike-Rate


Top 10 Current ODI Batsmen with Best Strike-Rate: Traditionally, average has turned out to be one of the most important parameters to judge a batsman. But over the years, with advent of T20s and modernization of ODIs, the rate of scoring – strike-rate has gained great significance. And nowadays, it’s a must to maintain a good strike-rate.

Keeping significance of strike-rate in mind, we decided to create a list of currently active batsmen with highest strike-rate. We took 3,000 runs as a minimum criterion for a player to be eligible for the list.

So, let’s have a glance at Top 10 Current ODI Batsmen with Best Strike-Rate:

10. Martin Guptill (New Zealand) – 87.73

Top 10 Current ODI Batsmen With Best Strike-Rate - Martin Guptill

Martin Guptill is one of the most fascinating cricketers to watch from New Zealand. Be it playing aggressive or those picture-esque strokes, Guptill can do both without breaking a sweat. In last few years, the right-hander has got New Zealand off to fliers on quite a few occasions. He sets a blazing tone upfront and is an X-factor for the Men in Black. Guptill also holds the record of second-highest individual ODI score (237*) of all-time. In 146 ODIs, the Auckland-born batsman has scored 5,500 runs at 43.30 with a brilliant strike-rate of 87.73.

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