Australia is known to be a land of fast bowlers. A lot of the best fast bowlers are from Australia because Australian pitches are heaven for fast bowlers as they offer pace and bounce. Over the years, Australia has produced some of the great fast bowlers who are ruling over the batsmen. Presenting to you the Top 10 Fast Bowlers of Australia of all time:

1. Glenn McGrath

He is a former fast bowler from Australia who is considered the greatest fast bowler of all time. He was accurate in his line and length. He was very crucial in seaming and swinging conditions. He was highly successful in his career because he bowled on the correct line and length.

2. Dennis Lillee

He is a former fast bowler from Australia who bowled in the 1970s. He was a tall bowler and was very lethal when bowling bouncers to batsmen. His cricketing career involved a lot of injuries, and he suffered a back injury in 1975, which made him take a break from cricket. Dennis and Jeff Thomson were famous in the cricket world.

3. Brett Lee

He is a former Australian fast bowler who was known for his sheer pace. He was a tall man who had a dangerous bowling style. In 2005, he bowled a delivery measuring 160.8 kmph, the third fastest in the history of cricket. He bowled in the early 2000s, and almost the majority of batsmen feared facing him.

4. Jeff Thomson

He is a former bowler from Australia who bowled right-arm fast. He bowled in the 1970s and is a cricketing idol for many. He did not have a great debut, conceding 110 runs with no wickets. He also played against India with a broken foot. In the 1975 Ashes series, he bowled a brilliant spell of 6/46, which made him a star.

5. Mitchell Johnson

He is a former fast bowler from Australia who was known not only for his bowling but also for his looks. He debuted in 2005 and represented Australia in the 2007 World Cup but did not play a single match. He has a unique action, and he used to cast long spells. He took 15 wickets in the 2015 ODI World Cup and helped Australia win its fifth World Cup title.

6. Craig McDermott

He was one of the most dangerous fast bowlers in Australia. He bowled during the early 1990s and was among the best bowlers at that time. He took 291 test wickets in international cricket for Australia. He took 203 ODI wickets with an average of 23.71. He was cut short early in his career because of a lot of injuries.

7. Mitchell Starc

He is a tall bowler from Australia who is known for his speed and yorker deliveries. He took six wickets against New Zealand in the 2015 ODI World Cup and shattered New Zealand’s strong batting line-up. For his brilliant performance in the 2015 ODI World Cup, he was named the man of the tournament. He got married to Alysa Haley, who is also a cricketer, representing Australia in women’s cricket.

8. Jason Gillespie

He is a former cricketer from Australia who debuted in 1995 and bowls right-arm fast-medium. He used to bowl in the era when Warne and McGrath were in their prime. Despite this, he took 259 wickets in tests and 142 wickets in ODIs for Australia. He also has a double century to his name against Bangladesh.

9. Shaun Tait

He is a former fast bowler from Australia who was known for his aggressiveness and pace bowling. He has a record for bowling the second-fastest ball in international cricket. His career has revolved around injuries, and his inclusion in the Australian team without any prior experience in first-class cricket is controversial.

10. Josh Hazelwood

He is a fast bowler from Australia who is known for his disciplined bowling. He has a simple bowling action and bowls with an accurate line and length. He has 215 wickets in tests and 133 in ODIs. He is not an aggressive bowler, but he bowls at good length and takes wickets.