Anil Kumble holds the Indian record of maximum  Test wickets with 619 scalps © IANS
Anil Kumble holds the Indian record of maximum Test wickets with 619 scalps © IANS

Indian cricketer, Anil Kumble along with Betty Wilson are all set to be inducted in the ICC Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony is set to be held during the mid-innings break of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match between India and South Africa in Melbourne on Sunday. IN PHOTOS: Galaxy of cricketing greats – ICC’s Hall of Famers

Kumble is known to be one of the most versatile spinners to be ever produced by India as he finished with a career record of 619 Test wickets, thus becoming the third highest wicket-taker in the world after Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka and Shane Warne of Australia, reports ICC. READ: Anil Kumble — India’s greatest match-winning bowler

The report added that he would be the fourth Indian to be inducted into the ICC’s most prestigious platform and he would be sharing the honour along with late great, Betty Wilson, who was one of Australia’s premier woman cricketer. She scored 862 runs from just 11 Tests at an average of 57.4 and took 68 wickets at an average of 11.8. She was also the first cricketer in all genders to score a century ion Test cricket. She passed away at the age of 88 on January 22 in 2010. READ: Anil Kumble remembers his ‘perfect 10′ against Pakistan

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