IPL 2021 is right around the corner and social media is flooded with information that enables people who are not familiar with cricket or the IPL to enjoy the tournament a little better. The tournament is one of the most followed ones in the entire world and gathered a fan base that is off the charts. IPL 2021 is about to commence on the 9th of April and for the people who are not so familiar with the concept of IPL, we have made a little list of the best Bowlers to look out for in the upcoming tournament.
Indian Premier League 2020 has been the best chance for the bowlers to show their talent on the pitches of Dubai and they have made use of it quite well. Yorker specialist T Natarajan made his debut to the national team with his cracking performance in the tournament. Kagiso Rabada won the purple cap surpassing the world’s top bowler Jasprit Bumrah who stood at the second position.
While IPL 14 might be completely different from the previous ones, there is a chance that the bowlers who did well in the previous tournament to outshine the others. So, here is a list of all the top bowlers in IPL 2020. Check it out.
#1. Kagiso Rabada:
Kagiso Rabada is a South African international cricketer who plays all formats of the game.
This South African star is on top of the bowling charts in IPL 2020 and is now holding the purple cap. Rabada has claimed 23 wickets in 12 matches at an economy of 8.13 so far in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 for Delhi Capitals. His best match figures of 4 for 24 against Royal Challengers Bangalore helped his side register a 59-run win over Virat Kohli’s men.
He will once again be the key for the Delhi side in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 as they look to take off from where they had left last year.
#2. Jasprit Bumrah:
Jasprit Bumrah is an Indian international cricketer, who plays the Indian national cricket team in all formats of the game. Bumrah is from Gujarat and he is currently the No.1 bowler for the Indian National team and a devastating force for the Mumbai Indians in the death overs.
Regardless of opening the bowling attack or clipping the tail, Bumrah has always played a big role in Mumbai Indians sitting on top of the points table. The 26-old fast bowler, who can bowl Yorkers at will has been one of the most reliable players for MI. Bumrah stands second in the most-wicket takers tally in IPL 2020. It would be interesting to see him in his full force in the upcoming tournament
#3. Mohammed Shami:
Mohammed Shami as known as an Indian pacer is improving his bowling year by year with time and experience. With 20 wickets in 12 matches at an economy of 8.46. Shami stands in the third spot in the most-wicket keeping chart in 2020 IPL. In his last outing against the Kolkata knight riders, the Kings XI Punjab fast bowling spread head dismantled the KKR innings by sending their two dangerous batsmen Nitish and Rahul back to the home very badly.
Shami also got rid of well-playing Shubham Gill for 57 runs. As his art of swinging the ball made him even better at bowling. Shami is leading the KXIP’s bowling department from the front and his best has made this season to be 3/15.
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