Jasprit Bumrah emerged on the IPL scene in 2013 and took the world by storm as the years progressed both at the international level and in the IPL. The right-arm pacer is currently among the top 10 highest wicket-takers in the Indian Premier League and is undeniably a legend for the Mumbai Indians (MI).

Bumrah has played for the MI franchise right through his career in the IPL and has been an integral part of the team’s success. He has contributed significantly to each of MI’s IPL titles and took 72 wickets (53 matches) in those 5 seasons (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, & 2020).

Here, let’s focus on Jasprit Bumrah’s career progress through these years in the IPL.

Jasprit Bumrah IPL Wickets Year by Year

YearWicketsMatchesBBIAvgEconSR4W/5W
2013323/3223.3310.0014.000/0
20145112/2260.207.5947.600/0
2015341/3861.3312.2730.000/0
201615143/1327.077.8120.800/0
201720163/722.057.4317.800/0
201817143/1521.886.8919.060/0
201919163/2021.536.6319.470/0
202027154/1414.966.7313.332/0
202121143/3619.527.4515.710/0
202215145/1025.537.1821.330/1
20241385/2115.696.38 14.770/1
Total1581285/1022.677.3318.572/2

Key Insights

Jasprit Bumrah has been playing in the IPL since 2013 and has had an economy of 8 or more in an edition just twice. Both of them came in the early stages of his career (2013 and 2015).

Similarly, his season’s average has gone past 25 just 4 times. His worst seasons, if we consider average as a criterion, are 2014 and 2015.

19 times Jasprit Bumrah has taken 3 wickets or more in an IPL innings. He took his first four-wicket haul in his 83rd game and maiden 5-fer in his 117th IPL match.

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Bumrah has taken 20 or more wickets in a season in 3 different seasons, and his most prolific season came in 2020, when he was the second-highest wicket-taker in the league (27) only behind Kagiso Rabada (30).

2020 was by far his best season yet, as he had his lowest bowling average (14.96) and lowest strike rate (13.33), apart from taking 2 four-wicket hauls.

8: The number of maiden overs bowled by Bumrah in the IPL is joint fifth most, along with Dhawal Kulkarni and Lasith Malinga.

He has the second-highest number of wickets for the Mumbai Indians in IPL history, only behind the legendary Malinga, who has 170 scalps.

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