The supremacy of Australian bowlers has predominated in test cricket for the last few decades. The team has some of the most prominent pace bowlers who have taken wickets on every soil. The team has produced many bowlers to go past 100+ test wickets with a good average.
1. AK Davidson
Alan Keith Davidson is a former left-arm fast-medium bowler from Australia. He made his test debut against England at Nottingham on 11 June 1953 and had about ten years. He retired on 15 February 1963 after playing his last match against England in Sydney. Playing 44 tests, Alan took 186 wickets with an average of 20.53 and an economy of 1.97. He has 14 5-wicket hauls with two 10-wickets hauls throughout his career.
2. PJ Cummins
Patrick James Cummins is a right-arm fast bowler in the current Australian squad. Pat made his test debut against South Africa at Johannesburg on 17 November 2011 and is currently the number one test bowler in the Australian cricket team. He has played 34 matches and taken 164 wickets with an average of 21.59 and an economy of 2.74 with five 5-wicket hauls and one 10-wicket haul.
3. GD McGrath
Glenn Donald McGrath is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler and an Australian legend. He played his first test against New Zealand in Perth on 12 November 1993. He played 124 matches took 563 wickets with an average of 21.64 and an economy of 2.49 with 29 5-wickets hauls and three 10-wickets hauls. Glenn played his last game on 2 January 2007 against England in Sydney.
4. Hugh Trumble
Hugh Trumble was a former right-arm off-break bowler. He played his first test match against England at Lord’s on 21 July 1890. Hugh played 32 games and took 141 wickets with an average of 21.78 and an economy of 2.27. He took nine 5-wicket hauls with three 10-wickets hauls. He played his last game on 5 March 1904 against England at Melbourne.
5. KR Miller
Keith Ross Miller was a former right-arm fast bowler in the Australian team. Known by his nickname Nugget, Miller played his debut against New Zealand at Wellington on 29 March 1946 and played his last match against Pakistan at Karachi on 11 October 1956. Miller played 55 games and took 170 wickets with an average of 22.97 and an economy of 2.24 with seven 5-wicket hauls and one 10-wicket haul.
6. RR Lindwall
Raymond Russell Lindwall was a former right-arm fast bowler. He played his first match against New Zealand at Wellington on 29 March 1946. Russell played 61 games and took 228 wickets with an average of 23.03 and an economy of 2.30 with 12 5-wickets hauls. He played his last match on 23 January 1960 at Kolkata against India.
7. WA Johnston
William Arras Johnston was a former left-arm fast-medium and slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He played his first test match against India at Brisbane on 28 November 1947 and played his last game on 11 June 1955 against West Indies at Kingston. William played 40 games and took 160 wickets with an average of 23.91 and an economy of 2.07 with seven 5-wicket hauls.
8. DK Lillee
Dennis Keith Lillee is a former right-arm fast bowler in the Australian team. He played his first match against England at Adelaide on 29 January 1971 and played his last game on 2 January 1984 against Pakistan. Lillee played 70 games and took 355 wickets with an average of 23.92 and an economy of 2.75 with 23 5-wicket hauls and seven 10-wicket hauls.
9. GV Grimmett
Clarence Victor Grimmett was a former Leg-break googly bowler. Victor played his first match against England in Sydney. He played a total of 37 games and took 216 wickets with an average of 24.21 and an economy of 2.16 with 21 5-wicket hauls and seven 7-wicket hauls. He played his last game on 28 February 1936 against South Africa at Durban.
10. MA Noble
Montague Alfred Noble was a former right-arm medium and right-arm off-break bowler. He played his first test match at Melbourne against England on 1 January 1898. Noble played 42 games and took 121 wickets with an average of 25.00. He had an economy of 2.53, with nine 5-wicket hauls and two 10-wickets hauls. On 9 August 1909, he played his last match against England at The Oval.