IPL 2022 hasn’t been bowler friendly when compared to last two seasons in UAE where the bounce was low and slow. The wickets in this season have had some every good bounce throughout the season where the batsmen are able to hit on the up. It is one of the high scoring seasons so far with bowlers struggling to restrict the batsmen, especially at the death overs where the batsmen are showing no mercy whatsoever.
|Rajasthan Royals||Yuzvendra Chahal||10||19||15||7.2|
|Lucknow Supergiants||Avesh Khan||8||11||22||8.3|
|Gujarat Titans||Mohammed Shami||9||14||20||7.7|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||T Natarajan||9||17||17||8.6|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||Wanindu Hasaranga||10||15||18||8|
|Delhi Capitals||Kuldeep Yadav||9||17||15||8.2|
|Punjab Kings||Kagiso Rabada||8||13||18||8.2|
|Kolkata knight Riders||Umesh Yadav||10||15||19||7.1|
|Chennai Super Kings||DJ Bravo||8||14||18||8.7|
|Mumbai Indians||Daniel Sams||6||7||34||10.4|
Mumbai Indians are at the bottom of the table for a reason. They have Daniel Sams as their leading wicket taker which shows their pathetic state. Chennai Super Kings are still carried by the veteran Dwayne Bravo as far as death bowling is concerned. He is a wily customer and knows to outfox batsmen with massive amount of varieties he has under his armoury.
Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav are at the first two positions in the list for bowlers with most wickets in this season so far. The fact that the wickets haven’t been turning so much makes their performances doubly special in this season. The left arm seamer T Natarajan is with 17 wickets and has a decent chance to end up with the purple cap as well. With the tournament in its business end, the wickets are starting to turn more than the initial stages of the tournament, there are more chances for either of the two wrist spinners to win the prestigious purple cap for the season.
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