8. KKR- Lockie Ferguson
Lockie Ferguson had joined the KKR side in 2019 and so far he has been an underutilized proposition. In fact, during his three-year stay, the kiwi pacer has only played 10 games and has in total grabbed 8 wickets at an economy of around 9.
7. RR- Chris Morris
The RR franchise had recently bought Chris Morris for a whopping amount of INR 16.5 Crores and so far it has been an upright deal. The pacer from his 7 games has impressively scalped 14 wickets at an economy of 8.61.
6. SRH- Sandeep Sharma
The SRH army had bagged Sandeep Sharma in IPL 2018 and so far he has emerged out to be a very promising pacer. By often playing the second fiddle to the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar or T Natarajan, the seamer has in total scalped 39 wickets from his 39 games at an overall economy of 8.3
5. RCB- Harshal Patel
Skipper Virat Kohli has entirely used Harshal Patel to hound wickets whenever required and successfully the pacer has scalped 17 wickets from his mere 7 games. but unfortunately, it still might not be enough to bag a retention cap
4. PBKS- Chris Jordan
Chris Jordan had joined the PBKS franchise in IPL 2020 but unfortunately, he has so far not been a reasonable entity. Comprehensively, from his 12 IPL appearances, Jordan has scalped 11 wickets at an economy of 9.04.
3. DC- Anrich Nortje
For the DC franchise, both Anrich Nortje and Kagiso Rabada have been the meritorious overseas pacer who have scalped oodles of wickets.especially with each of them individually scalping over 20 wickets.
2. CSK- Shardul Thakur
Shardul Thakur has remained intact with the CSK army since 2018. He is the second front-line preferred local pacer of the team and has scalped numerous game-changing wickets.Apart from his grim 2021 season, his overall strike rate has remained solid under 20
1. MI- Trent Boult
Trent Boult has emerged out as an astounding entity for MI. The kiwi pacer has scalped joint-highest wickets along with Jasprit Bumrah and individually has a pile of 27 wickets from his 22 games at an economy of 8.2.