These are the top 5 bowlers who have thrown the most ‘dot balls’ in IPL history.


IPL 2021 will start from 9 April. Players of all teams are ready to perform at their best. Some with a bat, some with a ball, some are ready to perform tricks while fielding on the field. But before IPL 2021 starts, we want to introduce you to the 5 most dot ball throwing bowlers in IPL history. Let’s know ….

1) Harbhajan Singh – 1249 dot

Legendary spin bowler Harbhajan Singh is the most dot ball-throwing player in the history of IPL. In IPL 2021, he is playing with KKR’s team. Bhajji has taken 150 wickets in 160 matches at an average of 26.44 and an economy rate of 7.05, during which he has bowled the highest number of 1249 dot balls.

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2) Lasith Malinga – 1155 dot

Sri Lankan legend Lasith Malinga is the most successful bowler in IPL history. However, he is in the second place on this list. Malinga has taken the highest 170 wickets in 122 matches at an average of 19.80 and an economy rate of 7.14, during which he has also bowled 1155 dot balls.

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3) Bhuvaneshwar Kumar – 1124 dot

India’s swing bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the only bowler to have won the Orange Cap twice in a row in the IPL. Bhuvi has taken 133 wickets in 117 matches of the IPL at an average of 23.71 and an economy rate of 7.24. He is third on the list in IPL with 1124 dot balls.

4) Amit Mishra – 1111 dot

Amit Mishra is a star spinner of IPL. With 157 wickets in the league, Mishra is the most successful Indian in the IPL. Not only has he been a wicket-taker for each of his franchises, but he has also been economical with the ball. With 1111 dot balls in the IPL, Mishra is at the fourth position in this illustrious list.

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5) Piyush Chawla – 1109 dot

Leg spinner Piyush Chawla has been a successful IPL bowler. Chawla has taken 150 wickets in 157 matches at an average of 27.14 in the IPL and an economy rate of 7.82, during which he has bowled 1109 dot balls.



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