IPL Trivia: Best Economical Bowlers In Death Overs During IPL 2020, Only One Indian In The List
The final overs of a T20 innings is the time when the batsmen try to get as many runs as possible. This is the phase when the bowlers need to use their skills and execute their plans to perfection and choke the rate of runs.
In today's IPL trivia, let's take a look at the five best economical bowlers in death overs(17-20) during the IPL 2020: (minimum 50 balls bowled)
1) Chris Morris
While playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2020, Chris Morris bowled nine overs in the final four overs of the innings. In those overs, Morris gave away just 67 runs. His economy rate was just 7.36 in the death overs.
2) Anrich Nortje
Delhi Capitals included the South African bowler Anrich Nortje into the squad last year and he didn't disappoint the management. Nortje bowled 20.3 overs in the death overs during the IPL 2020 and gave away just 169 runs at an economy of 8.33.
3) Jason Holder
The West Indian all-rounder Jason Holder was brought in as an injury replacement mid-tournament last season for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He immediately made his impact especially during the death overs where he bowled 8.2 overs overall and gave away just 77 runs at an economy rate of 9.39.
4) Shardul Thakur
Shardul Thakur has been one of the best emerging talents in the country currently. His variations in the bowling helped him in the final phase of the innings where he conceded just 88 runs in 9.3 overs at an impressive economy rate of 9.46. Thakur played for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2020.
5) Nathan Coulter-Nile
The Australian all-rounder didn't all the matches in the IPL 2020 but when he did, he made sure he executed his plans well. Mumbai Indians' Nathan Coulter-Nile bowled 8.3 overs in the final phase of the innings and conceded at an economy rate of 9.52 as he gave away just 79 runs.