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IPL 2020 : With Few Days To Go, A Look At Who May Take Home The Purple Cap!

IPL 2020 Purple Cap

As IPL 2020 Nears, Who Has The Best Chance To Win The Purple Cap

The Indian Premier League or IPL is one of the biggest club tournaments in the world and certainly the biggest one in cricket. Every cricket enthusiast looks forward to the game. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s IPL got pushed to a considerable extent. Moreover, with now the venue moved to UAE, IPL 2020 will be a little different. Furthermore, there won’t be any fans inside the stadium. However, people are still betting on who will take the most number of wickets and win the purple cap. So here a look at the one who will likely take home the purple hat.

IPL 2020 Purple Cap

Jasprit Bumrah- The Nightmare For Every Team In IPL 2020

Jasprit Bumrah is one of the best bowlers at the moment who has performed consistently for India and his IPL team Mumbai Indians. However, this year he will miss his partner Lasith Malinga which lands him more responsibilities and more opportunities to take wickets for his team. His bowling during the death over will be something that every batsman will prepare. The man is in form, and you can expect a few wickets to break.

Rashid Khan- The Spinner Who Fears No One

Rashid Khan is probably the only player from Afghanistan that the entire cricketing world is scared. He bowls with consistency and keeps the batsman guessing. He has successfully managed to transfer his form to the IPL where he is a significant chapter for his team Sunrisers Hyderabad. The entire team keeps the responsibility on his shoulders to deliver through spin bowling and very seldom does disappoint his team. This year might be the one where he beats everyone to take the prestigious purple cap home.

IPL 2020 Purple Cap
Source: DNA India

Kagiso Rabada- The South African Terror

Kagiso Rabada made an impressive debut for South Africa and has not sat on the bench ever since. Such has been his influence on his team. Last year he started with Delhi Capitals impressively. However, he had to spend most out of the field owing to injuries. This year he will try to make up for his lost time and keep the wickets falling for the opponents.

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