Anil Kumble, 36
Right-arm leg-break bowler
270 matches. 334 @ 31.05, 6/12, 4.31, 43.23.
India's greatest and most successful one-day and Test
bowler, and fourth highest wicket-taker (547) in Test history.
Relies on accuracy and variation rather than sharp turn. In
1999, became only the second bowler after England spinner Jim
Laker to take all 10 wickets in a Test innings, against
Has played few one-dayers after being dropped for the
2003 World Cup final, but picked for sheer experience after
taking 23 wickets to bowl India to their first Test series win
in the West Indies in 35 years.
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