5. Wasim Akram, Glenn Mcgrath

   Glenn Mcgrath had immaculate control on his line and length and was asking questions to the batters. On the other hand,  Wasim Akram was one of the greatest proponents of swing bowling. He brought the art of ‘reverse swing’ in international cricket and used it to his full advantage throughout his career.

4. Brett Lee, Shoaib Akhtar

Brett Lee and Shoaib Akhtar were the most feared bowlers in the cricketing world in their playing days. They had brought many great batters down on their knees through their speedy bouncers. Both also had the tremendous ability to bowl perfect Yorkers and knock the stumps out

3. Dale Steyn and James Anderson

 Dale Steyn is aggressive, bowls at a lightning speed and has tremendous control on the swing. James Anderson is one of the best swing bowlers to have ever graced the game of cricket.

2. Shane Warne, Anil Kumble

 Shane Warne and  Anil Kumble were two magicians who could make the ball dance to their tunes. Warne could turn the ball a mile and bowl magic deliveries out of nowhere keeping the batters on their toes all the time. On the other hand, Kumble had a great ability to stick to one line and length and make the batter finally make a mistake. 

1. Jasprit Bumrah, Shaheen Afridi

Jasprit Bumrah has the ability to bowl impeccable Yorkers at any stage of the game. Shaheen Afridi has a remarkable ability to make full use of the new ball by swinging it both ways. Afridi’s inswingers to the right-handers from over the wicket are capable of deceiving even the top batters in the world.