Umesh Yadav, IPL 2018

Last Update on: October 2nd, 2019 at 03:29 pm

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The Indian Premier League (IPL) is currently the best franchise-based T20 league in the world. Out of its many positives, one thing IPL has done is to bring many unknown Indian stars to the limelight. Currently, they have a strong bench who can replace any player from the first XI of the Indian National Cricket Team.

There is saying that batsmen win you matches while bowlers win you tournaments. The past 11 editions of the IPL have justified the quotes once again as the teams with quality bowling attack have walked away with the titles. Moreover, this is the reason why Royal Challengers Bangalore have struggled as they have struggled to place a potent bowling attack.

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In all these years, we have also seen many fast bowlers coming up the ranks, the most notable among all was Jasprit Bumrah. Many more have impressed with their line and length and also with express pace. The Indian fast bowlers previously used to focus more on line and length have now concentrated more on their pace as well which is why more bowlers are coming up who can rack up a good pace.

On this context, let us take a look at the Indian fast bowlers who have clocked 150kph in IPL so far:


IPL 2019: Seven Indian Bowlers Who Have Clocked 150 kmph in the Tournament

Navdeep Saini has been the best Indian bowler in the ongoing tournament for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has bowled at a good pace and has done a good job for the Bangalore side. He has been economical in his debut season picking eight wickets from ten games and was also named as a standby for the World Cup.

Apart from his line and length, Saini also impressed with his consistent pace. He has clocked over 150kph quite a few times in this tournament while his performance has grabbed the eyeballs of many.

Meanwhile, Saini first grabbed headline with his stellar effort for Delhi in the 2017-18 season when he picked 34 wickets for eight games taking his side to the final.

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Ankush Das

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