Ranking every Wicketkeeper in IPL 2024

Ranking every Wicketkeeper in IPL 2024

Ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024, we have ranked the IPL 2024 wicketkeepers of all the teams.

Wicketkeepers are an essential part of any team in the Indian Premier League (IPL), where their glovework and powerful batting abilities provide balance. The performance of each wicketkeeper becomes crucial as the tournament progresses, impacting team tactics and match results. Now, let’s examine each wicketkeeper in IPL 2024 and rank them.

Topping the charts is the seasoned campaigner MS Dhoni of CSK, whose experience and finesse set him apart. Dhoni has taken 142 catches and dismissed 42 batters through stumping. Following closely is Quinton de Kock from LSG, known for his aggressive batting style and safe glovework. De Kock has taken 64 catches and 15 stumping behind the stumps.

Sanju Samson of RR secures the third spot with 76 catches and 15 stuming in IPL. Dinesh Karthik of RCB holds the fourth position, offering stability and versatility. Ishan Kishan of MI clinches fifth, showcasing explosive batting talent. Jitesh Sharma of PBKS, Wriddhiman Saha of GT, and Rahmanullah Gurbaz of KKR secure the sixth, seventh, and eighth spots, respectively, with their contributions.

1st MS DhoniCSK
2nd Quinton de KockLSG
3rdSanju Samson RR
4th Dinesh KarthikRCB
5th Ishan Kishan MI
6th Jitesh Sharma PBKS
7th Wriddhiman SahaGT
8th Rahmanullah GurbazKKR
9th Travis Head SRH
10th Kumar Kushagra DC

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