IPL 2019 Purple Cap / Most Wickets

MAT
OV
M
RUNS
WKTS
3-FORS
FIFERS
AVG
ECON
BEST
1 Imran Tahir Chennai Super Kings
17
64.2
1
431
26
3
0
16.57
6.69
4/12
2 Kagiso Rabada Delhi Capitals
12
47
0
368
25
2
0
14.72
7.82
4/21
3 Deepak Chahar Chennai Super Kings
17
64.3
2
482
22
2
0
21.90
7.47
3/20
4 Shreyas Gopal Rajasthan Royals
14
48
1
347
20
3
0
17.35
7.22
3/12
5 Khaleel Ahmed Sunrisers Hyderabad
9
34.5
0
287
19
5
0
15.10
8.23
3/30
6 Jasprit Bumrah Mumbai Indians
16
61.4
1
409
19
1
0
21.52
6.63
3/20
7 Mohammed Shami Kings XI Punjab
14
54
0
469
19
1
0
24.68
8.68
3/21
8 Yuzvendra Chahal Royal Challengers Bangalore
14
49.2
1
386
18
1
0
21.44
7.82
4/38
9 Rashid Khan Sunrisers Hyderabad
15
60
1
377
17
1
0
22.17
6.28
3/21
10 Harbhajan Singh Chennai Super Kings
11
44
1
312
16
2
0
19.50
7.09
3/20
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IPL 2019 POINTS TABLE

Team
P
W
D
L
P
14
9
0
5
18
14
9
0
5
18
14
9
0
5
18
14
6
0
8
12
14
6
0
8
12
14
6
0
8
12
14
5
1
8
11
14
5
1
8
11

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