Prime Time Zone, Sports: In Test and ODI cricket, bowlers can turn a match around at any moment. In batsman-dominated cricket, bowlers can do whatever they want in the Test and ODI format. And will bowlers have any priority after the advent of Dhanadhan cricket like T20? What kind of bowling can any bowler do to a batsman who hits shots beyond the cricket book? Most importantly in cash rich leagues like IPL if the batsmen are being provoked badly .. will there be bowlers to stop them? That’s what some of us proved last season. They bowled consistently at crucial moments, tied the runs and provided the winners with match victories. They are the top of such bowlers
Purple Cap ..
Kasogi Rabada of South Africa supported the batsmen in the 13th season of the IPL. Rabada, who played for Delhi Capitals, played a key role in the team’s success by taking wickets. Rabada struggled more than what the batsmen played in Delhi reaching the final last season. He played 17 matches in the 13th season of the IPL and took a total of 30 wickets with a 8.34 economy and received the Purple Cap. 4/24 Rabada Outstanding Performance Last Season
Yorker hero Bumra ..
Jaspreet Bumra, a key bowler in Team India, is known to be playing for the Mumbai Indians. Bumrah, who played just 15 matches last season, took 27 wickets with a 6.73 economy. Opposing team took wickets, laying Yorks at the crucial moment. Meanwhile, Mumbai pacer Trent Boult also took 25 wickets. Enrich Norze of Delhi Capitals has taken 22 wickets in 16 matches
Rashid Khan .. Best Economy
Sunrisers spin bowler Rashid Khan played a key role in the 13th season of the IPL. Rashid Mystery Spin is one of the reasons why the Sunrisers team is making it to the playoffs. Rashid played 16 matches and took 20 wickets at an average of 5.37. Rashid Khan is the bowler who had the best economy last season.
Top bowlers of IPL 13th season
1. Kasogi Rabada 17 matches – 30 wickets – Best 4/24 – 8.34 Economy
2. Jaspreet Bumra – 15 – 27 – 4/14 – 6.73
3. Trent Bowled – 15 – 25 – 4/18 – 7.97
4. Enrique Norze – 16 – 22 – 3/33 – 8.39
5. Yajuvendra Chahal – 15 – 21 – 3/18 – 7.08