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Top 10 Most Economical Bowler in IPL History

With the Indian Premier League thumping at the entryway, the cricketing scene is set to observe the most stupendous residential T20 association launch its twelfth version on 23rd March. In over a time of elating and enchanting cricket, IPL has given us innumerable snapshots of euphoria and misery.

This season can fill in as a readiness drill for all the worldwide players in front of the ICC World Cup. Truth be told, this is the principal occasion that IPL will be played before the 50 over World Cup, so the promotion is genuine.

Bowlers have consistently been the foundation of any cricket crew, and practical bowling merits its say something jewel with regards to the T20 design. Bowling in T20 cricket isn't just about getting wickets, however bowling spot balls are likewise as urgent the batting side capitulates to pressure.

There have been numerous outstanding bowlers who hoarded the spotlight with their dexterous bowling. From Lasith Malinga to Shane Warne and from Shoaib Akhtar to Brett Lee, different world-class bowlers have become the overwhelming focus in the greatest cricket festival. Along these lines now we are going to examine the most economical bowler in IPL history, with at least 30 innings.

Rank Player Mat Inns Over Runs Wkts Avg Econ SR
1 Rashid Khan 46 46 182 1,193 55 21.69 6.55 19.85
2 Anil Kumble 42 42 160.5 1,058 45 23.51 6.57 21.44
3 Glenn McGrath 14 14 54 357 12 29.75 6.61 27
4 Sunil Narine 110 109 426.2 2,845 122 23.31 6.67 20.96
5 Muttiah Muralitharan 66 66 254 1,696 63 26.92 6.67 24.19
6 Roelof van der Merwe 21 21 73.5 498 21 23.71 6.74 21.09
7 Dale Steyn 92 92 351 2,375 96 24.73 6.76 21.93
8 Rahul Chahar 16 15 54 366 15 24.4 6.77 21.6
9 Daniel Vettori 34 34 129.3 879 28 31.39 6.78 27.75
10 Ravichandran Ashwin 139 136 487.2 3,310 125 26.48 6.79 23.39