spinners of all time in Test cricket in the world

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10 Saqlain Mushtaq

He finished his Test career with 208 wickets from 49 Tests, having played his last Test at the age of 28.

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9 Abdul Qadir

He had a bag of tricks up his sleeve, a well-disguised googly being the most lethal of them all

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8 Bishan Bedi

he would’ve picked way many more wickets had he played in a stronger Indian team than that of the 1960s and 70s.

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7 Erapalli Prasanna

He finished his Test career with 208 wickets from 49 Tests, having played his last Test at the age of 28.

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6 Lance Gibbs

which held him in good stead for the rigours of the longer format of the game.

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5 Jim Laker

He was a mighty fine bowler without doubt, contributing in a number of Test match victories for England.

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4 Derek Underwood

He was nicknamed ‘Deadly’ by his Kent team-mates due to the havoc he caused on wet pitches.

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3 Anil Kumble

he used his accuracy coupled with the bounce that he extracted due to his height, to great effect

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2 Muttiah Muralitharan

he still had to be good enough to be able to bowl at the international level.

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1 Shane Warne

he also had one of the sharpest cricketing brains, fetching him a colossal 708 Test wickets from 145 Tests.

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