Alongside Warne’s spin maestro, there came Glen McGrath’s consistent swinging pace, that made sure Australia were at the top during their reign. With 563 test wickets, he has the most number of test wickets for a pacer in just 124 matches/ 243 innings. Known for his accurate line and length along with a steady pace, he was able to get pretty good bounce thanks to his height and seam action and later developed into a swing bowler. He was as effective in ODIs as he was in tests, being the central figure in Australia’s 2003 and 2007 world cup victories. He took 87 matches to reach the feat of 400 test wickets.