IPL Most 4 Wickets: Top 5 Bowlers with Most 4 Wicket Hauls in IPL History

Four Wicket Hauls In IPL

Most Four Wicket Hauls in IPL

Bowlers are a key component of any IPL franchise. Batsmen win you matches and bowlers win you tournaments, bowlers who can pick wickets at any phase of the match have the ability to single-handedly turn the tie. T20 cricket has been a batsman dominated game but at times the bowlers have come to the party and have been the show stoppers. Some of the greatest bowlers of IPL have made it to the list for most four-wicket hauls in IPL history.

List of IPL Most 4 Wickets Hauls

Here is a list of most four-wicket hauls in IPL history:


#5. Ravindra Jadeja

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The Indian all-rounder has been one of his kind, he is regarded as the best Indian fielder ever. What brings him into the list for most four-wicket hauls in IPL history is his ability with the ball. Ravindra Jadeja is not a bowler who is known to spin the ball rather he is known for his consistent line and length. He is a dream for any captain as he gets through his overs quickly and has the knack of picking big wickets.

He has played 170 matches in which he has picked 108 wickets with a strike rate of 23.10. The left-arm spinner has been a core member of the CSK squad and very few people are familiar with the fact that he actually started with Rajasthan Royals. Jadeja has 3 four-wicket hauls in IPL history.

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#4. Lakshmipathy Balaji

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4th on the list for most four-wicket hauls in IPL history is the Indian medium pacer Lakshmipathy Balaji. He has managed to take 3 four-wicket hauls. Balaji has played for three IPL franchises (Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, and Kings XI Punjab) and has been fairly consistent for all of them. He has played 73 matches in which he has picked 76 wickets with a strike rate of 19.88. His best performances in IPL have come for CSK when he played under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.

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#3. Andrew Tye

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The Australian pacer Andrew Tye has been a part of IPL since 2015 but he got his big breakthrough in 2017 when he debuted for Gujrat Lions. He has the best debut figures in IPL for a bowler as he took 5 for 17 runs and this spell of his also included a hattrick. He has only played 26 matches in IPL and already has 39 wickets to his name. He is known for the use of Knuckleball and uses pace variation to his benefits. In the 2018 season, he went on to grab the Purple cap in IPL as he took 24 wickets in that edition for KXIP. He has been released by the franchise and might be a bargain for any team looking for a wicket-taker. He has 3 four-wicket hauls in his short IPL career and a lot more is about to come in the upcoming seasons.

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#2. Lasith Malinga

Lasith Malinga 4 Wicket Hauls In IPL

One of the greatest bowlers in the history of the game Lasith Malinga is at number 2 in the list for most four-wicket hauls in IPL history. The Sri-Lankan fast bowler is a treat watch when he bowls at his best, he is the only bowler in the world to take 4 wickets in 4 balls and has done it twice. He has been a loyal servant for his franchise Mumbai Indians and has helped lift the IPL title 4 times. He is still going strong and still has a year or two left before he says goodbye to the game. He has managed to take 6 four-wicket hauls in IPL. He has played 122 matches and has 170 wickets to his name.

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#1. Sunil Narine

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The West Indian spin wizard Sunil Narine tops the list for most four-wicket hauls in IPL history. He has done it 6 times in his IPL career. Sunil has had a lot of issues regarding his bowling action and re-inventing himself time and again has resulted in him no longer being a mystery spinner. Even after all of this, he is still one of the most effective spinners in the game. He has even opened the innings for his franchise KKR and has been a pinch hitter in recent seasons. Sunil has 122 wickets in 110 matches with a strike rate of 20.96. He has been retained by KKR ahead of the 2020 IPL auction and with Chris Lynn release he might even slot in as their permanent opener.

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*Last Updated 16 December, 2019

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