IPL: Who Is The Most Successful Wicketkeeper Of The Indian League?

The role of wicket keeper is very important in any format of cricket. Although the importance of T20 is less than that of Test cricket, it has been seen more than once in competitions like IPL that forgetting the wicket keeper has played an important role in the outcome of the match.

With the wicketkeeper’s maximum effort behind the wicket, his team can dominate the opposing team. At the same time, he is the one who gets the best idea of ​​the batsman’s strategy from behind the wicket, which is mostly useful for his team. Let’s take a look at the role of wicket keepers in taking the most wickets behind wickets in IPL.

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is naturally the most successful wicketkeeper in the IPL. He helped to take a total of 181 wickets. In a total of 220 matches, Dhoni has made 122 catches and 39 stumpings.

Despite retiring from international cricket, Dhoni is still active in the IPL. He has been playing regular IPL since 2006. So far, he has been instrumental in CSK’s success as a captain and wicketkeeper.

Dinesh Karthik is second only to Dhoni in terms of helping him take the most wickets as a wicketkeeper in the IPL. Karthik has taken 148 wickets in 213 matches, including 115 catches and 32 stumpings. Dinesh Karthik resigned as KKR captain in the middle of the tournament last season. He will be seen playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the upcoming IPL.

Robin Uthappa is the third highest wicket-keeper in the IPL with 90 wickets. Uthappa has 56 catches and 32 stumpings behind the wicket in 193 matches.

In the 15th edition of IPL, he will be seen playing for Chennai Super Kings but he will not get a chance to keep wickets. Riddhiman Saha is also at number four in the IPL, which is considered to be the best wicket-keeper in international cricket. He has so far helped take 62 wickets in 133 IPL matches, including 72 catches and 20 stumpings. He will be seen in the jersey of the new franchise Gujarat Titans next season.

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