IPL Live: Predicting top 4 bowlers with most wickets at the end of IPL 2021.
IPL Live: It’s been over one and a half months since the Vivo IPL 2021 got suspended after a couple of covid cases emerged inside the biosecure bubbles. The fans have been early waiting for the resumption of the lucrative league and enjoy the action live with their favourite cricket stars.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after their Special General Meeting (SGM) on 29th May disclosed that the remaining 31 games of the suspended Vivo IPL 2021 will be held in the UAE, just like last year’s IPL.
The Indian cash-rich league was the main source of distraction for the fans across the world amid these dire times and were really enjoying it as it helped them to overcome the excessive stress caused by the pandemic since the beginning of 2020.
The first half of the tournament was a complete thriller as it was held in India at different venues. Starting with low scoring games in Chennai to subsequently shifting it to high scoring venues like Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad etc, the IPL 2021 gave some moments of joy.
The cricketers gave their all efforts to the game to make it even more interesting, bowlers picked up wickets and shattered previous records while batters did not lack in smacking the loose balls over the fence.
Here in this article, we will predict top 4 bowlers who will probably emerge as the highest wicket takers at the end of the Vivo IPL 2021.
IPL Live: Predicting top 4 bowlers with most wickets at the end of IPL 2021:
4. Trent Boult (Mumbai Indians):
Mumbai Indians (MI) pacer Trent Boult is on the list for all the right reasons. Boult has all the experience which he needs in this format and is well known for his brilliance in the UAE last year.
The kiwi pacer didn’t have a fruitful IPL outing in the first half of 2021 as he managed to pick only 8 wickets in the first seven games, however, his experience and calibre can anytime leave the stats behind.
His previous outing in the UAE kept him ahead of the batters as he clipped off 25 wickets in 15 games and was also the third highest wicket taker.