New Delhi: The remaining 31 matches of IPL 2021 are going to start from September 19. IPL 2021 had to be postponed midway due to Corona virus. The tournament was called off after 29 matches. Now the fans will get to enjoy IPL once again. The first match will be played between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings on September 19 at 8 pm. In the first phase, many bowlers impressed the fans and veterans on the basis of their excellent performance. A similar performance is expected in the second leg as well. Let’s look at 3 such bowlers, who can thrill the fans by getting the most wickets in the second leg.
Yuzvendra Chahal has a very good record in UAE. Yuzvendra Chahal’s bowling edge is still creating problems for the batsmen. You can guess this by looking at his record. Chahal may not have picked up many wickets in the initial phase of this year’s IPL, but his UAE record speaks volumes. Last year, he had taken many big wickets while bowling on the pitch here. Last year Yuzvendra Chahal played a total of 15 matches for RCB.
He took 25 wickets while bowling brilliantly in 15 matches. In these matches, he bowled at an economy rate of 7.8. Yuzvendra Chahal’s average (19.22) was also very good. Based on his performance, it can be said that Chahal can get the most wickets in the second leg of IPL 2021. Talking about this year, he played a total of 7 matches for RCB. In 7 matches, he gave runs at an economy rate of 8.26.
Kagiso Rabada had started well in the first leg, but he could not achieve much success in India compared to UAE. But, his record in the UAE is testimony to the fact that in the second leg, he can prove to be the trumpet ace of Delhi Capitals by performing brilliantly. His performance on the pitch here has been amazing. Last year, he played a total of 17 matches for Delhi Capitals here.
In these 17 matches, he had troubled even the biggest hitting batsmen while bowling amazingly. Bowling at an economy rate of 8.34, he took a total of 30 wickets last year. His bowling average (18.26) was also amazing. His best performance in this season was 4 for 24. Looking at this performance of Kagiso Rabada, it would not be wrong to say that he can get the most wickets in the second leg of IPL 2021.
Mumbai Indians leg-spinner Rahul Chahar can turn the losing game. He has also had an amazing performance in the death overs. Last year, the entire season of this tournament was played in UAE. Rahul Chahar also played a total of 15 matches for Mumbai. In the 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. 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. He can get the most wickets in the second leg.