3 bowlers who can take most wickets in the second leg of IPL 2021

That clock is about to end for the fans who are eagerly waiting for the second phase of IPL 2021. This league is going to start in UAE from 19th September. The tournament will start with an exciting match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. A total of 31 matches are to be played in this season. to the first stage BCCI was postponed due to the increasing outbreak of Kovid-19. The final match of the tournament will be played on 15 October.

In the first phase, many players impressed the fans and veterans on the basis of their excellent performance. Especially when it comes to the bowling order, some new and experienced players had a special sway in the first phase. Whose second leg is also expected to perform in a similar way. Today, through this article, we will look at 3 such bowlers who can surprise the fans by getting the most wickets in the second leg.

1. Rahul Chahar

The first name in this list comes from Rahul Chahar. Whose performance in the first phase was very good. For Mumbai Indians, Rahul is such a leaf, who can turn a lot of lost bets. He has also had an amazing performance in the death overs. This is the reason, now his talent is being given special attention at the international level as well. Last year, the entire season of this tournament was played in UAE. Rahul Chahar also played a total of 15 matches for Mumbai.

The UAE pitch has been more profitable according to the spinner. That’s why he can get the most wickets in the second leg. In 15 matches played in UAE last year, he took a total of 15 wickets while bowling at an economy rate of 8.16. He started this year also in a very good way. Although the first phase of IPL 2021 was played in India. But, one thing is certain, Chahar would like to maintain his excellent form in the UAE as well.

He played 7 matches in the first season for Mumbai. While bowling in 7 matches, he took 11 wickets. His bowling average (18.16) was also amazing. So right there he looted runs at an economy rate of 7.21. That is, he can get the most wickets in the second leg.

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