Lasith Malinga is the highest wicket taker in IPL history with the total number of wickets taken being 170.
*Updated on 19th Oct 2020
The sound of the timber or an economical spell, resulting in a flurry of wickets towards the end has always been a talking point. You miss, I hit is a relatable statement, especially in this form of the game. Mumbai Indians Lasith Malinga bosses the list for most wickets in IPL history with 170 sticks to his name.
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He is followed by leggie Amit Mishra, who has claimed 157 wickets. Another spinner Piyush Chawla has scalped 151 wickets and therefore he finds a place in the top 3. The entire chart has been mentioned above.