1. Steve Waugh & Mark Waugh

Steve Waugh and Mark Waugh are one of the most renowned twins to have graced cricket. They share more than 35000 international runs and are also as successful as bowlers. More than 400 wickets to their name, there isn’t many across Australia who haven’t heard about the legacy of the Waugh brothers. They have scored more than 70 centuries altogether. Steve was the one who sacrificed his placed to give Mark a chance in the international colors but very soon Steve was called back into the team and they started playing together for almost a decade.

2. Andy Flower & Grant Flower

The Flower brothers scored over 21000+ runs for Zimbabwean cricket and was known all over the world as one of the finest batsmen in the 1990s. Andy also captained Zimbabwe for more than 7 years and still by this date holds the record for the highest runs scored by a wicketkeeper in test cricket (232*). Grant also holds the record for the only batsman to stay not out for the whole innings in ODI cricket for a winning side.

3. Brendon McCullum & Nathan McCullum

The McCullum brothers have played more than 7 years as teammates. There are very few who fails to hear about Brendon’s explosive stats as an opener. With more than 15000 runs for his team he is regarded as one of the best to grace New Zealand cricket. Nathan on the other hand was a reliable off spinner and picked about 120 wickets in his 140 internationals.

4. Albie Morkel & Morne Morkel

Albie Morkel was an all-rounder and big hitter with notching up to 50+ wickets and 1500+ runs for his country. Morne is considered as the fast-medium bowler who has over 540+ wickets for South Africa in all formats and stands 5th among all time highest for SA cricket.

5. Kamran Akmal, Adnan Akmal & Umar Akmal

The Akmal brothers from Lahore have all represented Pakistan cricket. Kamran had been the main man behind the wickets for PCB for more than 110 years. Umar was regarded as one of the most talented batsmen of Pakistan although he was dropped quite imminently from the squad for his inconsistency with the bat. Adnan wasn’t able to make a mark like his other brothers but represented his country 25 times.

6. Yusuf Pathan & Irfan Pathan

The Pathan brothers from Gujarat are regarded as a gift for Indian cricket. With Irfan who was an integral part of 2007 T20WC winning squad started his career as a fast bowler who then went on to pick up 310 wickets and also the only bowler to take a hat-trick in the very first over of a test match. Yusuf on the other hand is a power-packed batsman who was also part of both 2007 and 2011 WC winning squads. He also has an amazing record in IPL cricket and also is considered to be a T20 specialist.

7. Mitchell Marsh & Shaun Marsh

Shaun Marsh was one of the most fierce and dependable batsman of his era and he notched up 13 centuries for Australia. Mitchell was an effective all-rounder and also represented Australia in all three formats. With about 85 wickets and 3000 runs to his name, Mitchell also was a part of the famous Australian side to win the 2015 World Cup.

8. Dwayne Bravo & Darren Bravo

Dwayne Bravo is known to almost every cricket fan be it for his on-field heroics or for his party songs off the field. Apart from being a brilliant fielder he picked about 350+ wickets and scored 6000+ runs for his country in all three formats, and there is no doubt that Dwayne is an absolute legend for the West Indies. Darren has also managed to score 6500+ runs for his country and still continues to play till date.

9. David Hussey & Mike Hussey

Mike Hussey had an amazing career and scored more than 12000 runs and 22 centuries in international colors with a breathtaking average of 51.4 in test cricket. Except his batting qualities he was also an extravagant fielder. David on the other hand was more likely known as a T20 specialist coming handy with both bat and ball for the Kangaroos.

10. Krunal Pandya & Hardik Pandya

The Pandya brothers are the newest addition to his list with recognition and fame hitting them very fast after majestic display from them in the IPL for Mumbai Indians in the recent years. Hardik has been a pivotal addition to all three formats as an all-rounder for India since his debut. Krunal on the other hand has played quite a few matches for India after making his debut in 2019.