Ranking the top 10 wicketkeeper-batsmen of all time

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Adam Gilchrist

There are no guesses or counterarguments for the coveted top slot; Adam Gilchrist is the one and only person who deserves it.

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Mark Boucher

The traditional wicketkeeper-batsman of the previous generation, Mark Boucher, was maybe the last of his kind.

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Kumar Sangakkara

The Sri Lankan averages a remarkable 58 in Test cricket and a stellar 41.98 in one-day internationals.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni

MS Dhoni, the captain of India who won the World Cup, is perhaps the best keeper-batsman India has ever had.

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Andy Flower

A batsman from a minor league team, but one who possesses more class and compassion than the major leaguers.

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Alec Stewart

Stewart has the most Test caps of any English player in history, with 263 catches behind the stumps in Tests and 159 in ODIs.

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Brad Haddin

Adam Gilchrist's successor, the abrasive wicketkeeper-batsman Haddin, has stepped up to the plate.

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AB de Villiers

He just took over the gloves after Mark Boucher retired, and Quinton de Kock has recently taken his spot.

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Matt Prior

Fans and pundits alike praised his aggressive 126-ball innings in his first Test match, which was filled with boundaries.

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Brendon McCullum

It is a wicketkeeper-batsman, Brendon McCullum. He is the epitome of ability, strength, athleticism, and sharp thinking.

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