Top-10 wicket-takers in IPL history
Former West Indies and Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Dwayne Bravo is currently the leading wicket-taker in the history of the Indian Premier League.
Bravo, who called time on his IPL career last year, has 183 wickets against his name in 161 matches @ 23.82/8.38.
Second on the list is the legendary Lasith Malinga, who took just 122 matches to take 170 scalps.
Among the Indians, wrist-spinners- Amit Mishra and Yuzvendra Chahal- are the joint-leading wicket-takers, with 166 scalps each.
The top-5 is rounded up by another Indian leggie in Piyush Chawla, who claimed 157 wickets in 165 outings.
Ace Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has also taken 157 wickets but he has taken 184 games to achieve that.
Only two Indian pacers find themselves in the top-10, in the form of Bhuvneshwar Kumar (154 wickets in 146 matches) at 7 and Jasprit Bumrah (145 wickets in 120 matches) at 10.
Off-spinners- Sunil Narine (152 wickets in 148 matches) and Harbhajan Singh (150 wickets in 163 games)- complete the list at 8 and 9 respectively.