Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians tempo spearheads Kagiso Rabada and Jasprit Bumrah are in line to interrupt the document for many wickets in a single Indian Premier League (IPL). Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who prised out 32 wickets within the 2013 IPL, at present tops the listing.
Rabada has 29 wickets and Bumrah has 27 on this version thus far and each shall be in motion on Tuesday when Delhi takes on Mumbai within the IPL remaining in Dubai. Rabada’s 4 for 24 in Qualifier 2 towards Sunrisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi was instrumental in Delhi reaching its maiden IPL remaining. “If we end up winning the tournament, the contest for the purple cap doesn’t matter. I am just glad we got over the line today but we will have to be at least as good or better in the final,” Rabada mentioned after the sport on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Bumrah’s 4-1-14-Four towards Delhi within the first qualifier had been his finest figures in IPL and vaulted the Mumbai facet into its sixth IPL remaining. “I am okay with not getting wickets and winning the tournament. I don’t look at the wickets. I have been given a role, and I try to execute that,” Bumrah had mentioned after the win.
Most wickets in an IPL season
32 Dwayne Bravo – CSK (2013)
29* Kagiso Rabada – DC (2020)
28 Lasith Malinga – MI (2011)
28 James Faulkner – RR (2013)
27* Jasprit Bumrah – MI (2020)