IPL 2021: Harshal Patel has taken the maximum 17 wickets. (PTI)
There have been 22 matches of IPL 2021. That is about one third of the competition. This time no team has to play a match on home ground. Talking about the bowlers who have taken the most wickets, there are 9 fast bowlers in the top-10. On the other hand, spin bowlers have been more successful in International T20. Talking about the top-10 bowlers of the rankings, it includes 9 spin bowlers. That is, the performance of IPL and International T20 are opposite to each other. In October-November this year, Team 20 World Cup is to be held in India. In such a situation, this demonstration shows how fast bowlers are going to be important. RCB fast bowler Harshal Patel is at the top in terms of wickets. He has taken 17 wickets in 6 matches. Have done the feat of taking five wickets once. The strike rate is around 8. Delhi Capitals fast bowler Avesh Khan is in second place with 12 wickets. He has caught everyone’s attention with his performance in every match. RCB captain Virat Kohli was bowled by Avesh Khan in the final match. Leg spinner Rahul Chahar on third with 9 wickets
Talking about top-10 bowlers, Mumbai Indians leg spinner Deepak Chahar is the only spinner to make a place in it. He has taken 9 wickets in 5 matches. Economy is less than 7 and strike rate is 13. Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Chris Morris has also taken 9 wickets. Apart from this, CSK fast bowler Deepak Chahar has taken 8 wickets in 5 matches. KKR fast bowler Krishna has also got 8 wickets.Also read: IPL 2021: Rajasthan and RCB most interested in transfer window, these 4 players target Shivam Mavi’s economy is the best
KKR fast bowler Shivam Mavi is at the top in terms of economy. He has scored runs in 2 matches with an economy of only 4. Not only this, he has also taken 2 wickets. Talking about other bowlers who have played at least 2 matches, Punjab Kings leg spinner Ravi Bishnai gave runs in 2 matches with an economy of 5 and took two wickets. Hyderabad leg-spinner Rashid Khan has taken 6 wickets in 5 matches. The economy is 5.60.