Most wickets in IPL: IPL 2022 is now in its final stage. While Gujarat Titans has reached the playoffs, 3 teams will soon be ready for the final battle. Like every season, this time too it is raining runs in the Indian Premier League and bowlers are taking wickets fiercely. Yuzvendra Chahal has taken the most wickets in the current season so far. In this news, we are going to tell you about the bowlers in IPL history who have taken the most wickets in a season. The names of Harshal Patel, Dwayne Bravo, Kagiso Rabada, Lasith Malinga and James Faulkner are included in this list.

Harshal Patel
Patel had a great performance in IPL 2021. He played 15 matches in the 14th season of IPL and bowled 56.2 overs. During this he gave 459 runs. Harshal Patel took 32 wickets in the year 2021 at an average of 14.34 and economy of 14.34. During this his best performance was 5/27. He took 1 time 5 and 1 time 4 wickets in his name.

dwayne bravo
DJ Bravo took 32 wickets in 18 matches of IPL 2013 at an average of 15.53 and economy of 7.95. He bowled 62.3 overs this year. His best performance is 4 wickets for 42 runs. Bravo took 4 wickets in his name once in the year 2013.

Kagiso Rabada
In IPL 2022/21, Rabada took 30 wickets in 17 matches. This season he bowled at an economy of 8.34 and an average of 18.26. His best performance was 4 wickets for 24 runs. Rabada took 4 wickets in his name twice this season.

Lasith Malinga
Malinga took 28 wickets in 16 matches of IPL 2011 at an average of 13.39 and economy of 5.95. Malinga’s best performance was 5 for 13. Malinga had bowled 63 overs this season and spent 375 runs.

James Faulkner
In IPL 2013, Faulkner took 28 wickets in 16 matches at an average of 15.25 and economy of 6.75. His best performance was 5 wickets for 16 runs. He bowled 63.1 overs this year and conceded 427 runs.

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