Top 10 Wicket-Takers In IPL

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The IPL is a league that was formed in 2007 by the BCCI. Eight teams from eight different cities in India compete. Since its inception, the sporting event continues strong because currently, there’s the Indian Premier League 2021.

Let’s have a look at the dominating IPL top wicket-takers and their career averages in formats. Who among them is your favorite bowler?

Separamadu Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians)

He took 170 wickets between 2009-2019, making the best bowling average in IPL history. The right-arm fast bowler is titled the IPL top bowler. In the 2007 World Cup, his most admirable feat is that he was, and still is, the first bowler to take four wickets in four balls.

  • In Tests, he took 101 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 338 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 107 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 257 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 446 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 390 wickets.

Amit Mishra (Delhi Daredevils, Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Delhi Capitals)

The leg-break bowler took 166 wickets between 2008-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 76 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 64 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 16 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 535 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 252 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 262 wickets.

Dwayne John Bravo (Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions)

The right-arm medium bowler took 156 wickets between 2008-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 86 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 199 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 76 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 177 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 271 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 532 wickets.

Piyush Pramod Chawla (Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab)

The leg-break bowler took 156 wickets between 2008-2020.

  • In Tests, he took seven wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 32 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took four wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 44 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 236 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 262 wickets.

Harbhajan Singh (Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders)

The right-arm off-break bowler is the top 5 bowler in IPL. He has the fastest fifty in the ipl and took 150 wickets between 2008-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 417 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 269 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 25 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 780 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 393 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 235 wickets.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Sunrisers Hyderabad, Pune Warriors)

The right-arm medium bowler has taken 139 wickets between 2011-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 63 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 141 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 50 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 218 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 206 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 201 wickets.

Ravichandran Ashwin (Kings XI Punjab, Chennai Super Kings, Rising Pune Supergiants, Delhi Capitals)

The right-arm off-break bowler has taken 139 wickets between 2009-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 413 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 150 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 52 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 655 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 230 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 249 wickets.

Sunil Philip Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders)

The right-arm off-break bowler has taken 130 wickets between 2012-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 21 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 92 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 52 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 65 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 163 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 400 wickets.

Yuzvendra Singh Chahal (Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians)

The leg-break googly bowler has taken 125 wickets between 2013-2021.

  • In ODIs, he took 97 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 63 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 84 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 158 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 227 wickets.

Ravindra Anirudhsinh Jadeja (Gujarat Lions, Rajasthan Royals, Chennai Super Kings, Kochi Tuskers Kerala)

The slow left-arm orthodox bowler has taken 120 wickets between 2008-2021.

  • In Tests, he took 221 wickets.
  • In ODIs, he took 188 wickets.
  • In T20Is, he took 39 wickets.
  • In FCs, he took 432 wickets.
  • In List As, he took 249 wickets.
  • In the T20s, he took 170 wickets.

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