The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League is all set to go underway from Friday as Royal Challengers Bangalore will lock horns against Mumbai Indians in the opener. The T20 format is often called the batsman-friendly contest for its fast-paced nature but it's the bowlers who won most of the matches for their team. In the 2021 IPL Auction, franchises spent big money on the bowlers rather than the batters. In the ceremony, a premier batsman like Steve Smith went for just Rs 2.2 crore but a young bowler Jhye Richardson was acquired for Rs. 14 crores. Here are the five bowlers to watch out for in the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League 1. Jasprit Bumrah The premier India pacer is considered amongst the best death bowlers in world cricket. Bumrah has been performing at the highest level in the past seasons of the league. The 27-year-old produced some fiery spells in the last edition in the UAE as he claimed 27 wickets in 15 matches as Mumbai Indians lifted their fifth IPL trophy. Mumbai will need Bumrah to pack the punch in the upcoming season to defend the title. 2. Bhuvneshwar Kumar The 31-year-old missed most… Read full this story
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