IPL 2021: These Delhi Capitals pacers didn’t bowl a single no-ball, wide in IPL 2021; Check full list

IPL 2021: Delhi Capitals pacers didn’t bowl a single no-ball, wide in IPL 2021; Check full list- The Indian Premier League season 14 or IPL 2021 came to a halt as it got suspended due to rising COVID-19 cases across 4 IPL franchises. The remaining matches or phase 2 of IPL 2021 are set to take place later this year. The new season was quite an exciting one for all the fans and followers. It was a source of entertainment for them amid the unprecedented COVID-19 situation in India. But, there was a lot of takeaway from the recent edition of the cash-rich league.

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The biggest takeaway was the dominance of Indian bowlers in the Purple Cap race. Harshal Patel of RCB was on top with 17 wickets while DC’s Avesh Khan held the second spot with MI’s Rahul Chahar placed on top 3. Here, we will discuss players who didn’t bowl a single no-ball, wide and both in IPL 2021 1st phase. Big names in the list are DC’s Avesh Khan, Axar Patel, SRH’s Rashid Khan and IPL’s most economical bowler also made his presence on the elite list, RR’s Jaydev Unadkat made a surprise presence. Interestingly, Ishant Sharma, who recently completed his 100th Test, found himself in the list of players with no-balls and wide in IPL 2021.

Since DC players dominated the list, they were undoubtedly placed on top of the IPL points table.

IPL 2021: Delhi Capitals pacers didn’t bowl a single no-ball, wide; Check full list

In IPL2021 (No no-balls)

180 – Avesh Khan (DC)
168 – Rashid Khan (SRH)/Rahul Chahar (MI)
161 – Pat Cummins (KKR)
156 – Mohd Siraj (RCB)/Chris Morris (RR)/Kagiso Rabada (DC)
155 – Shardul Thakur (CSK)

No extras (Wides/NBs)

96 – Axar Patel (DC)/Jaydev Unadkat (RR)
84 – Deepak Hooda (Punjab Kings)/Amit Mishra (DC)
72 – Ishant Sharma (DC)

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