One of the best things that decide your winnings in the IPL live betting rates depend is the finishing success of a batsman. Kieron Pollard, MS Dhoni, Andre Russell are among the successful players. Here’s a list of the world’s best finishers in IPL.
This aggressive all-rounder played his debut IPL season in 2010 for Mumbai Indians. And the MI team has kept this fearsome power hitter since then. Among other achievements, Pollard holds the record for a 32-balls 60 that led MI to win their maiden IPL title.
His other notable achievement is hitting a 54 over 18 balls only. He’s the best finisher in IPL history and has scored 1487 runs in 100 innings at a strike rate of 185.4.
Moreover, he has smashed 198 sixes in his IPL career and has played a vital role in MI winning their 5 IPL titles.
MS Dhoni is the best finisher in IPL and is the only IPL captain who retained his position since the inaugural season of the IPL. His best finisher was when he scored 54* off 29 against Kings XI Punjab, leading MI to win a close-to-losing match.
Dhoni is 40 now and the brilliancy in his performance might have slowed down a bit, but his power-hitting ability at the death overs is still unparalleled. From the year 2008 to 2019, Dhoni’s performance was brilliant and consistent and he at least hit 250 runs in every season including at least one 50.
Moreover, he played 131 innings and has scored 2303 runs during the death overs, at a strike rate of 189.1.
AB de Villiers
AB de Villiers is the undisputed king of the T20 format and has remained a sensation for South African international cricket. He’s known to Indian cricket fans for his unshared thrown in one of the strongest partnerships of IPL history with batsman Virat Kohli.
Their powerful duo is capable of making the opponent team gasp for an air of relief. And he along with his partner Virat Kohli has finished many matches together.
One of his worth mentioning finishers was when he scored 79* off 47 balls against Gujrat Lions. AB has played 67 innings and has scored 1254 runs at a strike rate of 233.1.
This lower middle order West Indies all-rounder joined Kolkata Knight Riders in 2014, after having served the Delhi Daredevils from the year 2012-13. Andre is known as the most feared batsman in the world of cricket with the highest strike rate in IPL history of 178.57.
He has played 84 IPL matches and has scored 1700 runs with an average of 29.31. Andre has been playing domestic cricket since 2006 and it’s been 15 years till 2021. In this time, he named several records and achievements to his name including a finisher of 48 runs over 13 balls against RCB that led KKR to win the match.
Pandya was brought into the world of IPL by the MI team in the year 2015. And since then, there was no looking back for him. From his debut season, he showed encouraging signs of being a remarkable player and then helped MI earn their 4 IPL titles.
Hardik is well-known for hitting big runs in the death over of 17-20. He has played 55 innings and has scored 836 runs at a strike rate of 192.2 with an average of 31.
This Australian all-rounder started his IPL career with his debut season for Delhi Daredevils. And he’s been regarded as one of the best finishers in IPL cricket with his match-changing abilities at the moment.
Glenn played for the RCB in the last IPL season and has finished as the RCB’s leading run-scorer with 498 runs in 14 games at a strike rate of 45.27. He has played a total of 93 innings with a scoring rate of 151. 84. And one of his best finishers was a score of 95 over 43 balls that helped Kings XI Punjab make 193 at the loss of 6 wickets.
This redhead batsman has the power to win a match over the narrowest of margins. And he made a good display of this ability at the 2019 World Cup when he scored an unbeaten 84.
Ben started his IPL career with a debut season in IPL 2017 while playing for the Rising Pune Supergiants. And since 2018, he’s been part of the Rajasthan Royals team. He has played a total of 43 IPL matches including 42 innings with 2 centuries and a scoring rate of 134.50. His one of the best finishers in the IPL history was when he scored unbeaten 107* helping RR to chase 196 runs at the loss of 2 wickets only.