Top 10 Most Economical Bowlers in the IPL History

Most Economical Bowlers in the IPL History
Most Economical Bowlers in the IPL History
In the Indian Premier League, where the players usually control most of the action, the bowlers play a very important role

In the Indian Premier League, where the players usually control most of the action, the bowlers play a very important role. Even though the players haven’t been playing the same way for a long time, each part is important. Many bold and calm bowlers like Rashid Khan, Shane Warne, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, etc. have played in the IPL. But not all of them bowl as efficiently as that. For example, Bhuvaneshwar is the IPL pacer with the third most wickets, but he gave up runs at a rate of 7.40 per over.

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Umesh Yadav and Zaheer Khan, both pace bowlers, are also on the list of bowlers who give up the most runs, with economies of 7.90 and 7.58, respectively.

Here are the five bowlers who have had the best economy rates in the IPL over the course of their careers:

1. Rashid Khan (GT):

Rashid Khan is the Indian Premier League bowler with the best economy rate. Khan Saab played his first IPL game for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2017 season. He has played in 77 games and taken 94 wickets with an economy rate of 6.33, which is the lowest. He was bought by the Gujarat Titans in the IPL 2022 super auction, and Hardik Pandya will be his captain.

2. Anil Kumble (RCB):

Anil Kumble, who was born in Karnataka and is known for his leg spin, stands out at number two on the list. The Great Kumble has played in 42 IPL games. In those games, he has taken 45 wickets and had an economy of 6.57. He was the IPL team leader for Royal Challengers Bangalore for three years, from 2008 to 2010.

3. Glenn McGrath (DD):

Glenn McGrath, an Australian star, pushed the limits for the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL’s first season. Rashid has played in 15 IPL games and has a great economy rate of 6.61. He has taken 12 wickets. He had only played in the IPL in 2008, which was led by Virender Sehwag.

4. Muttiah Muralidharan (RCB):

Muttiah Muralidharan is probably the best spin bowler in the world and in the history of World Cricket. In his career, he has played for three IPL teams. In 66 games, he has taken 63 wickets, giving him an economy number of 6.67. He played for many teams, but from 2012 to 2014, he was with RCB.

5. Sunil Narine (KKR):

This Caribbean guy has been important to Kolkata Knight Riders for a long time. He was picked out by KKR at the IPL 2012 sale, and from then on, he started to make KKR look good. Khansaab has played in 135 games and got 143 wickets with an economy of 6.72, which is very impressive. He has also thrown so many great spells for KKR over the course of his 10-year career.

6. R Van der Merwe (DD):

From 2009 to 2013, the South African spin wizard played in the Indian Premier League. He has played in 21 games and got 21 wickets, but his economy rate of 6.74 was his best skill. In 2009, the Delhi Daredevils gave him his first chance in the Indian Premier League.

7. Daniel Vettori (RCB):

The former captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore is at number 7 on the list. This is because his straight bowling with his left arm has been so good for RCB. In his 4-year career, he has played in 34 games and taken 38 wickets at a cost of 6.77.

8. Washington Sundar (SRH):

The Sunrisers Hyderabad’s new player would be good for Kane and his team. In 42 games, he has a 6.93 economy, and he has 27 wickets in his whole career. He has played for Royal Challengers Bangalore and now SRH in the IPL, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed for his future with Hyderabad.

9. R Ashwin (RR):

Ravichandran Ashwin is the ninth most profitable bowler in the Indian Premier League’s 14-year history. He has played in more than 150 IPL games and has a cheap economy rate of 6.87. Rashid has taken 146 wickets. He has played for teams like Chennai Super Kings and Punjab Kings. Now, in the IPL 2022 super auction, he was sold to Rajasthan Royals.

10. Dale Steyn (RCB):

The Steyn Gun has made such an impact on his game. He made a name for himself everywhere he went. In the 95 IPL games where he bowled, his economy was 6.91. In 2008, he started playing for Deccan Chargers. His last team was Royal Challengers Bangalore, where he was a star. He retired from the IPL in 2020.

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