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Caribbean Premier League Most Wickets 2019

PLAYER TEAM MAT INN WKTs OV MAID RUNS 5WKTs ECO
1 H. Walsh Barbados Tridents 9 9 22 33.4 0 279 1 8.29
2 I. Tahir Guyana Amazon Warriors 9 9 16 35.0 1 197 0 5.63
3 J. Holder Barbados Tridents 13 13 14 49.0 2 360 0 7.35
4 R. Reifer Barbados Tridents 11 10 14 29.3 0 229 0 7.76
5 H. Gurney Barbados Tridents 8 8 13 31.0 0 191 0 6.16
6 C. Green Guyana Amazon Warriors 12 12 13 45.2 1 292 0 6.44
7 R. Shepherd Guyana Amazon Warriors 10 9 13 29.4 0 247 0 8.33
8 S. Cottrell St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 8 8 12 29.3 0 231 0 7.83
9 R. Emrit St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 11 11 12 39.5 1 341 0 8.56
10 K. Williams St Lucia Zouks 10 9 12 34.0 0 291 0 8.56
* Updated till the last completed match

As much as the players from the Caribbean are known for their power-hitting, they popular for their fearsome bowling too.


Most Wickets in CPL


DJ Bravo is the highest wicket-taker in the history of the CPL with 97 wickets to his name in 69 matches. Following him are K Santokie and RR Emrit with 80 and 76 wickets respectively. He also holds the record of taking the most number of wickets in a single season of the CPL. In the 2015 season, he took 28 wickets in just 13 matches with an average of 11.71.



Guyana Amazon Warriors v St Lucia Zouks - 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL)


Shakib Al Hasan’s six-wicket haul for just six runs is the best bowling figure in

the CPL ever. He bowled four overs out of which one was a maiden and bowled with an economy of 1.5. He is also the only bowler to take more than five wickets in an innings in the CPL.


Also see - CPL most runs


A total of six bowlers have taken a five or more wickets haul in an inning in the CPL. The list includes David Weiss, Raymon Reifer, Shakib Al Hasan, Fidel Edwards, Sohail Tanvir and DJ Bravo. Sunil Narine's economy rate of 5.48 is the best by any bowler in the CPL. He is closely followed by two other spinners, Rashid Khan and Mohammad Hafeez. They have an economy rate of 5.82 and 5.83 respectively.