Batting Bowling Records
Indian Premier League is providing the fans with full packs of entertainment and excitement. Fans love to see the thrilling contests between the IPL teams and performances of their favorite players. VIVO IPL 2018 was started with the nail-biter between returning Chennai Super Kings vs defending champions Mumbai Indians since 7th April. IPL match winning prediction and IPL 2018 wiki is provided. Batting bowling records of IPL are here.
This Sunday was one of those days on which people will get a lot of entertainment and excitement in the form of thrilling T20 contests. Those matches which are being decided on either the last ball of the match or on last balls, are enjoyed and loved by the fans most. Who will win IPL 2018?
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The past Sunday provided exactly that on two different venues with four different teams. The 1st encounter was between Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings during midafternoon at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. That was the last ball decider with full of drama. Kane Williamson and his lower order men nearly pulled off a stunning chase but denied by DJ Bravo’s excellence. Below is the summary:
The 2nd encounter was between Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians in the evening at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur. This match also turned a number of times towards both teams. During Mumbai’s batting, the match was in their pockets as they were cruising along on 124/1 in 14 Overs. But it turned towards Rajasthan as they pulled breaks to Mumbai by allowing only 43 runs and taking 6 wickets.
During the chase, RR controlled the chase much of the time but the pendulum swings to Mumbai in 17th Over. In that Over Bumrah took 2 wickets with giving away only 1 run. But Krishnappa Gowtham had other Ideas as he smashed 11 balls 33 to take Rajasthan over the line in last Over. Below is the summary:
Below is the batting bowling records of IPL in the form of highest run-scorers, highest wicket-takers, best bowling strike rates and best bowling averages:
Orange Cap (Highest run-scorers)
- Rishabh Pant with 521 runs from Delhi Daredevils.
- Kane Williamson with 493 runs from Sunrisers Hyderabad (Captain).
- KL Rahul with 471 runs from Kings XI Punjab.
- Ambati Rayudu with 435 runs from Chennai Super Kings.
- Suryakumar Yadav with 435 runs from Mumbai Indians.
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Orange cap race is getting no much tighter than this. As all have only a few runs above and below each other. IPL Prediction is available here.
Purple Cap (Highest wicket-takers)
- Hardik Pandya with 16 wickets from Mumbai Indians (MI).
- Andrew Tye with 16 wickets from Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).
- Mujeeb Ur Rahman with 14 wickets from Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).
- Mayank Markande with 14 wickets from Mumbai Indians (MI).
- Umesh Yadav with 14 wickets from Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
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Purple cap race is tighter than Orange one. In this cap race, all top four only 1 or 2 wickets difference. Today IPL match prediction is quite easy to access.
Best Bowling Strike Rates (Strike per wicket)
- Basil Thampi with 7.4 from Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
- Nitish Rana with 7.7 from Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
- Tom Curran with 10.1 from Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
- Karn Sharma with 11.00 from Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
- Jofer Archer with 11.1 from Rajasthan Royals (RR).
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Best Bowling Averages
- Basil Thampi with 8.80 from Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
- Nitish Rana with 9.75 from Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
- Yusuf Pathan with 14.00 from Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
- Hardik Pandya with 15.68 from Mumbai Indians (MI).
- Jofer Archer with 16.09 from Rajasthan Royals (RR).
From above 5 bowlers, last two bowled a lot of overs and played all matches for their franchises. Other than them, all others are those who either play a single match or bowled very less number of overs. So these are the batting bowling records of IPL 2018. These records are until the 42nd T20 of IPL 2018.