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Purple Cap 2020

PLAYER TEAM MAT INN WKTs OV MAID RUNS 5WKTs ECO
1 I. Tahir Chennai Super Kings 17 17 26 64.2 1 431 0 6.70
2 K. Rabada Delhi Capitals 12 12 25 47.0 0 368 0 7.83
3 D. Chahar Chennai Super Kings 17 17 22 64.3 2 482 0 7.47
4 S. Gopal Rajasthan Royals 14 14 20 48.0 1 347 0 7.23
5 J. Bumrah Mumbai Indians 16 16 19 61.4 1 409 0 6.63
6 K. Ahmed Sunrisers Hyderabad 9 9 19 34.5 0 287 0 8.24
7 M. Shami Kings XI Punjab 14 14 19 54.0 0 469 0 8.69
8 Y. Chahal Royal Challengers Bangalore 14 14 18 49.2 1 386 0 7.82
9 R. Khan Sunrisers Hyderabad 15 15 17 60.0 1 377 0 6.28
10 H. Singh Chennai Super Kings 11 11 16 44.0 1 312 0 7.09
* Updated till the last completed match

This is the Purple Cap stats of IPL 2019. Stay tuned for IPL Purple Cap 2020*


No.PLAYERTEAMMATINNWKTsOVMAIDRUNS5WKTsECO
1I. TahirChennai Super Kings17172664.2143106.7
2K. RabadaDelhi Capitals12122547036807.83
3D. ChaharChennai Super Kings17172264.3248207.47
4S. GopalRajasthan Royals14142048134707.23
5J. BumrahMumbai Indians16161961.4140906.63
6K. AhmedSunrisers Hyderabad991934.5028708.24
7M. ShamiKings XI Punjab14141954046908.69
8Y. ChahalRoyal Challengers Bangalore14141849.2138607.82
9R. KhanSunrisers Hyderabad15151760137706.28
10H. SinghChennai Super Kings11111644131207.09


The Purple Cap is an annual award given to the leading wicket-taker in the Indian Premier League. The Orange Cap was introduced a week after the commencement of the first season, but the concept of Purple Cap was announced on 13 May 2008. 


The cap is passed on from one bowler to another based on the leader in the top wicket-takers' list, and finally presented to the winner post the final. 


On its introduction, the then-IPL chairman Lalit Modi remarked, "We have seen over the course of the inaugural season of the League so far that bowlers have just as important a role to play in winning T20 matches as batsmen do.” 


The most recent winner of this coveted accolade is Kings XI Punjab speedster Andrew Tye, who finished the 2018 term with 24 wickets from 14 matches.