Trend Breakers- 5 bowlers who did well Away but struggled at Home
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Keith Miller was widely considered as one of Australia's greatest all-rounders. He began his Test Career in 1945, months after the end of World War 2, in which he served as an Air Force pilot.
In a career that spanned 12 years, he scored close to 3000 runs and snared exactly 85 wickets each at Home and Away. However, while his 85 wickets took him 52 innings at home, he scalped the same number of victims in just 43 outings outside of Australia.
His high arm action gave him the ability to make balls rise from a length which stood him in good stead on Australian pitches, while his ability to move the ball both ways made him a potent bowler in England and New Zealand.
His best match figures of 10/152 came in England, the land where he snared more than half of his away wickets.