5. Clarrie Grimmett, Australia, 100 in 17 matches
At number 4 on your list is one of the first leg spinners of the International cricket, Clarrie Grimmet. A very accurate spinner, who would have been a reason of delight for many modern captains, Grimmet was as important to Australia as Don Bradman some say, in the 1930 Ashes, where he took 29 wickets. Grimmet reached 100 test wickets against West Indies in his 17th Test match. He finished with a total of 216 wickets in 37 Matches.