Daryl Mitchell is the most economical Vitality Blast bowler in the country of anyone who has bowled 10 or more overs in this season’s competition.

The Worcestershire Rapids player has been a model of consistency in terms of tight bowling performances in the T20 format.

Mitchell has conceded just 5.48 runs per over from his 27 overs.

The 35-year-old did an excellent job taking pace off the ball in the middle overs at a time when the Rapids were without spin trio Brett D’Oliveira, George Rhodes and Ben Twohig through injury.

Rapids Blast captain Moeen Ali is now back to fill that role but Mitchell has still been a valuable contributor and conceded only 26 runs in four overs on Sunday when Lancashire Lightning amassed 218 in their 20 overs.

He is also only three wickets away from moving level on 92 with Jack Shantry – the Rapids leading T20 record wicket-taker.

MOST ECONOMICAL BOWLERS (10 overs or more)

Daryl Mitchell (Rapids) – Overs 27, Economy Rate 5.48

Josh Cobb (Steelbacks) – Overs 20, Economy Rate 5.50

Colin Ackermann (Foxes) – Overs 23, Economy Rate 5.60

Rob Keogh (Steelbacks) – Overs 14, Economy Rate 5.71

Chris Green (Bears) – Overs 13.4, Economy Rate 6.21

Matt Carter (Outlaws) – Overs 30, Economy Rate 6.40

Imad Wasim (Outlaws) – Overs 17, Economy Rate 6.47

Liam Trevaskis (Durham) – Overs 35.1, Economy Rate 6.51

Tymal Mills (Sharks) – Overs 23, Economy Rate 6.52

Liam Dawson (Hampshire) – Overs 38.3, Economy Rate 6.57