Category: IPL 2017

One run victories in the Indian Premier League

Mumbai won the  IPL 2017 final against Ris Pune at Hyd-RGS on 21.05.17 by one run to provide the eighth occasion of a team winning an IPL game by one run margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Punjab 1 run 190 Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
2 Punjab 1 run 135 Deccan Johannesburg 17 May 2009
3 Delhi 1 run 153 Rajasthan Delhi 29 Apr 2012
4 Mumbai 1 run 121 Pune Pune 03 May 2012
5 Chennai 1 run 151 Delhi Chennai 09 Apr 2015
6 Gujarat 1 run 173 Delhi Delhi 27 Apr 2016
7 Bangalore 1 run 176 Punjab Mohali 09 May 2016
8 Mumbai 1 run 130 Ris Pune Hyd-RGS 21 May 2017

Mumbai became the second team to  win an IPL game by one run margin in the history of the Indian Premier League on two occasions after Punjab.  Mumbai’s other such victory was against Pune at Pune on 03 May 2012. The following table lists the performance of these two teams

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Mumbai 1 run 121 Pune Pune 03 May 2012
2 Mumbai 1 run 130 Ris Pune Hyd-RGS 21 May 2017
             
1 Punjab 1 run 190 Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
2 Punjab 1 run 135 Deccan Johannesburg 17 May 2009

It is interesting to note that the first one run margin win of the  Indian Premier  League was posted on the same date – eight year ago – in the first edition of the IPL. Punjab has posted a victory against Mumbai by one run on 21 May 2008. The performance of the two  teams  on these  two  occasions are detailed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Punjab 1 run 190 Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
2 Mumbai 1 run 130 Ris Pune Hyd-RGS 21 May 2017

 

RV Uthappa’s feat – becomes the third gloveman in the history of IPL to effect 15 or more dismissals in two editions of IPL

Robin Venu Uthappa

RV Uthappa effected 15 dismissals in IPL 2017 to provide the ninth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting 15 or more dismissals in an edition of IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Mat Inns Dis Ct St Team Edition
1 KC Sangakkara 13 13 19 17 2 Deccan   2011
2 KD Karthik 16 15 18 14 4 Bangalore  2015
3 AC Gilchrist 16 16 18 10 8 Deccan    2009
4 NV Ojha 17 17 18 18 0 Sunrisers   2016
5 KD Karthik 15 15 17 12 5 Delhi    2009
6 MS Dhoni 18 18 17 15 2 Chennai   2013
7 NV Ojha 18 18 16 14 2 Delhi   2012
8 RV Uthappa 14 13 15 12 3 Pune   2011
9 RV Uthappa 14 14 15 09 6 Kolkata   2017

RV Uthappa became the third wicket keeper in the history of IPL to effect 15 or more dismissals in two editions of IPL after KD Karthik and NV Ojha. The exploits of these three glovemen are detailed below. It is interesting to note that all the three glovemen represented different teams while accomplishing the feat 

No No Player Mat Inns Dis Ct St Team Edition
1 1 KD Karthik 16 15 18 14 4 Bangalore  2015
  2 KD Karthik 15 15 17 12 5 Delhi    2009
                   
2 1 NV Ojha 17 17 18 18 0 Sunrisers   2016
  2 NV Ojha 18 18 16 14 2 Delhi   2012
                   
3 1 RV Uthappa 14 13 15 12 3 Pune   2011
  2 RV Uthappa 14 14 15 09 6 Kolkata   2017

 

B Kumar’s distinction – becomes the first Indian bowler to capture 25 or more wickets in an IPL Edition

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Singh

 B Kumar of Sunrisers captured 26 wickets in IPL 2017 to provide the sixth occasion of a bowler to capture 25 plus wickets in an IPL Edition. All such occasions are tabulated below. B Kumar became the first Indian bowler to accomplish the feat as the other five occasions are by overseas bowlers. DJ Bravo is the  only bowler to capture 25 plus wickets in two IPL editions – 32 wickets in 2013 edition and 26 wickets in 2013 edition.

No Player Mat Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5 Team Edition
1 DJ Bravo 18 62.3 0 497 32 4/42 15.53 1 0 Chennai  2013
2 SL Malinga 16 63.0 2 375 28 5/13 13.39 0 1 Mumbai  2011
3 JP Faulkner 16 63.1 2 427 28 5/16 15.25 0 2 Rajasthan 2013
4 DJ Bravo 17 52.2 0 426 26 3/22 16.38 0 0 Chennai  2015
5 B Kumar 14 52.2 0 369 26 5/19 14.10 0 1 Sunrisers 2017
6 M Morkel 16 63.0 1 453 25 4/20 18.12 1 0 Delhi 2012

 

Most occasions of a team dismissed all out in an IPL Edition

IPL 2017 – as of 19.05.17 – witnessed 15 occasions of a team dismissed all out. It is the second occasion an edition of IPL has witnessed 15 occasions of a team witnessed all out. The other edition was IPL 2013. The following table lists the teams which have been dismissed all out in 2013 and 2015.

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 79 15.2 2 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 05.05.13
2 80 19.1 1 Delhi Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 04.05.13
3 83 17.3 2 Delhi Chennai Delhi 18.04.13
4 92 18.2 2 Mumbai Rajasthan Jaipur 17.04.13
5 104 18.5 2 Pune Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 05.04.13
6 105 18.2 2 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 07.05.13
7 106 19.3 2 Pune Kolkata Pune 09.05.13
8 108 19.0 2 Pune Sunrisers Pune 17.04.13
9 117 19.4 1 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 20.04.13
10 124 18.5 1 Punjab Rajasthan Jaipur 14.04.13
11 125 19.0 2 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.13
12 128 20.0 1 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 03.04.13
13 133 19.1 2 Mumbai Punjab Dharamsala 18.05.13
14 138 19.5 1 Punjab Chennai Mohali 10.04.13
15 144 18.4 2 Mumbai Chennai Delhi 21.05.13
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 49 09.4 2 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 23.04.17
2 66 13.4 2 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 06.05.17
3 67 17.1 1 Delhi Punjab Mohali 30.04.17
4 73 15.5 1 Punjab Ris Pune Pune-MCA 14.05.17
5 107 18.5 1 Kolkata Mumbai Bangalore 19.05.17
6 108 16.1 2 Ris Pune Delhi Pune-MCA 11.04.17
7 119 19.0 2 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.17
8 131 19.3 1 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 23.04.17
9 134 20.0 1 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 27.04.17
10 151 20.0 2 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 14.05.17
11 153 20.0 2 Mumbai Gujarat Rajkot 29.04.17
12 154 19.4 2 Punjab Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 17.04.17
13 154 19.3 1 Gujarat Sunrisers Kanpur 13.05.17
14 161 19.5 1 Gujarat Ris Pune Pune-MCA 01.05.17
15 172 19.4 2 Bangalore Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 05.04.17

It is interesting to note that three teams – Bangalore, Delhi and Punjab – posted their lowest totals in a completed innings. Bangalore’s 49 against Kolkata at Kolkata on 23.04.17 represent the lowest total of the Indian Premier League.

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 49 09.4 2 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 23.04.17
2 66 13.4 2 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 06.05.17
3 73 15.5 1 Punjab Ris Pune Pune-MCA 14.05.17

IPL 2017 witnessed the second occasion of both the teams dismissed all out in the  same game  of the  IPL. Kolkata was dismissed for 131 by Bangalore at Kolkata on 23.04.17. Bangalore was dismissed by Kolkata for 49 in  this game.

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 131 19.3 1 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 23.04.17
2 49 09.4 2 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 23.04.17

The other  such occasion was at Nagpur on 05.04.10 in the game between Deccan Chargers and Rajasthan Royals. Rajasthan Royals was dismissed for 159 by Deccan Chargers and Deccan Chargers was dismissed by Rajasthan for 157

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 159 19.5 1 Rajasthan Deccan Nagpur 05.04.10
2 157 19.5 2 Deccan Rajasthan Nagpur 05.04.10

 

Teams dismissed all out in IPL at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Kolkata was dismissed all out for 107 against Mumbai at Bangalore on 19.05.17 to provide the eleventh occasion of a team dismissed all out at Bangalore. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 82 15.1 2 Bangalore Kolkata Bangalore 18.04.08
2 88 13.4 2 Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 06.05.15
3 92 19.5 1 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 18.03.10
4 104 18.4 2 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 14.05.16
5 107 18.5 1 Kolkata Mumbai Bangalore 19.05.17
6 117 19.4 1 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 20.04.13
7 119 19.0 2 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.17
8 126 19.2 1 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.08
9 134 20.0 1 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 27.04.17
10 136 19.5 2 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12
11 158 19.6 1 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 24.05.16

Kolkata was dismissed all out for 107 against Mumbai at Bangalore on 19.05.17 to provide the third occasion of a team dismissed all out at Bangalore in IPL 2017. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also represents the lowest  total posted by a team at Bangalore in IPL 2017

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 107 18.5 1 Kolkata Mumbai Bangalore 19.05.17
2 119 19.0 2 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.17
3 134 20.0 1 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 27.04.17

Teams dismissed all out in the Indian Premier League as of 19.05.17

The following table lists out the teams dismissed all out in the Indian Premier League as of 19.05.17. The list is prepared team-wise

No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 49 09.4 2 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 23.04.17
2 70 15.0 1 Bangalore Rajasthan Abu Dhabi 26.04.14
3 82 15.1 2 Bangalore Kolkata Bangalore 18.04.08
4 87 15.2 2 Bangalore Chennai Port Elizabeth 20.04.09
5 105 20.0 1 Bangalore Rajasthan Centurion 07.05.09
6 119 19.0 2 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.17
7 121 17.0 2 Bangalore Punjab Dharamsala 17.05.11
8 124 19.4 2 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 04.05.15
9 126 19.2 1 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 05.05.08
10 134 20.0 1 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 27.04.17
11 136 19.5 2 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 15.04.12
12 138 19.4 2 Bangalore Chargers Nagpur 12.04.10
13 172 19.4 2 Bangalore Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 05.04.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 79 15.2 2 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 05.05.13
2 109 19.0 1 Chennai Rajasthan Jaipur 04.05.08
3 112 19.5 1 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 04.04.12
4 129 19.4 1 Chennai Bangalore Durban 14.05.09
5 162 19.0 2 Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 19.05.15
6 163 20.0 1 Chennai Delhi Johannesburg 02.05.09
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 82 18.3 1 Deccan Bangalore Mumbai 24.04.10
2 100 18.4 1 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 29.04.12
3 100 14.4 2 Deccan Chennai East London 04.05.09
4 104 19.2 2 Deccan Chennai Mumbai 22.04.10
5 110 18.4 1 Deccan Kolkata Kolkata 20.04.08
6 115 18.2 2 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai (BS) 03.04.10
7 119 17.1 2 Deccan Chennai Vizag 07.04.12
8 131 17.4 2 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.03.10
9 157 19.5 2 Deccan Rajasthan Nagpur 05.04.10
10 161 19.4 2 Deccan Delhi Durban 13.05.09
11 165 20.0 1 Deccan Bangalore Hyd-RGS 25.05.08
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 66 13.4 2 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 06.05.17
2 67 17.1 1 Delhi Punjab Mohali 30.04.17
3 80 19.1 1 Delhi Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 04.05.13
4 83 17.3 2 Delhi Chennai Delhi 18.04.13
5 84 15.4 2 Delhi Chennai Abu Dhabi 21.04.14
6 87 16.1 2 Delhi Rajasthan Mumbai 30.05.08
7 95 18.2 1 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 26.04.15
8 95 17.4 1 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 10.04.11
9 98 17.4 1 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 10.04.16
10 115 18.1 1 Delhi Punjab Mohali 25.05.14
11 120 16.3 2 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10
12 126 19.1 2 Delhi Mumbai Vizag 15.05.16
13 128 20.0 1 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 03.04.13
14 133 18.5 2 Delhi Mumbai Mumbai 04.05.08
15 136 16.5 2 Delhi Chennai Chennai 25.05.12
16 146 19.5 2 Delhi Mumbai Mumbai 07.05.11
17 151 20.0 2 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 14.05.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 104 18.4 2 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 14.05.16
2 154 19.3 1 Gujarat Sunrisers Kanpur 13.05.17
3 158 19.6 1 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 24.05.16
4 161 19.5 1 Gujarat Ris Pune Pune-MCA 01.05.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 73 15.5 1 Punjab Ris Pune Pune-MCA 14.05.17
2 88 13.4 2 Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 06.05.15
3 116 19.0 2 Punjab Chargers Dharamsala 21.05.11
4 124 18.5 1 Punjab Rajasthan Jaipur 14.04.13
5 138 19.5 1 Punjab Chennai Mohali 10.04.13
6 152 19.1 2 Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 24.03.10
7 154 19.5 1 Punjab Guj Lions Rajkot 01.05.16
8 154 19.4 2 Punjab Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 17.04.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 74 16.3 2 Kochi Chargers Kochi 27.04.11
2 109 20.0 1 Kochi Rajasthan Jaipur 24.04.11
3 119 18.5 2 Kochi Delhi Kochi 30.04.11
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 67 15.2 1 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 16.05.08
2 95 15.2 2 Kolkata Mumbai Port Elizabeth 27.04.09
3 101 19.4 1 Kolkata Chargers Cape Town 19.04.09
4 105 18.2 2 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 07.05.13
5 107 18.5 1 Kolkata Mumbai Bangalore 19.05.17
6 109 19.2 2 Kolkata Chennai Kolkata 16.03.10
7 109 18.2 2 Kolkata Punjab Abu Dhabi 26.04.14
8 125 19.0 2 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.13
9 131 19.3 1 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 23.04.17
10 142 20.0 2 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.12
11 151 19.1 2 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 01.05.08
12 159 18.3 2 Kolkata Delhi Delhi 30.04.16
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 87 12.5 2 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 10.05.11
2 92 19.2 1 Mumbai Delhi Mumbai 16.04.12
3 92 18.2 2 Mumbai Rajasthan Jaipur 17.04.13
4 92 16.3 2 Mumbai Sunrisers Vizag 08.05.16
5 108 19.1 2 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 16.05.12
6 116 20.0 1 Mumbai Delhi East London 08.05.09
7 133 19.1 2 Mumbai Punjab Dharamsala 18.05.13
8 143 19.5 2 Mumbai Rajasthan Durban 14.05.09
9 144 18.4 2 Mumbai Chennai Delhi 21.05.13
10 153 20.0 2 Mumbai Gujarat Rajkot 29.04.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 104 18.5 2 Pune Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 05.04.13
2 106 19.3 2 Pune Kolkata Pune 09.05.13
3 108 19.0 2 Pune Sunrisers Pune 17.04.13
4 115 19.0 1 Pune Punjab Mohali 12.04.12
5 118 17.2 1 Pune Mumbai Mumbai 20.04.11
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 58 15.1 2 Rajasthan Bangalore Cape Town 18.04.09
2 81 15.2 1 Rajasthan Kolkata Kolkata 17.04.11
3 92 19.5 1 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 18.03.10
4 97 18.3 1 Rajasthan Kochi Indore 15.05.11
5 102 19.5 2 Rajasthan Sunrisers Ahmedabad 08.05.14
6 103 16.2 1 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai 07.05.08
7 109 19.0 2 Rajasthan Bangalore Pune 20.05.15
8 113 19.3 2 Rajasthan Chargers Kimberley 11.05.09
9 117 19.4 1 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 20.04.13
10 121 17.4 2 Rajasthan Delhi Delhi 31.03.10
11 126 19.3 2 Rajasthan Chennai Centurion 30.04.09
12 133 19.5 2 Rajasthan Chennai Dubai (DSC) 23.04.14
13 133 19.3 2 Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 09.05.11
14 159 19.5 1 Rajasthan Chargers Nagpur 05.04.10
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 108 16.1 2 Ris Pune Delhi Pune-MCA 11.04.17
               
No Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Ground Date
1 113 20.0 1 Sunrisers Mumbai Hyd-RGS 17.05.15
2 121 19.2 2 Sunrisers Punjab Sharjah 22.04.14

Bowlers who have captured four or more wickets in an IPL game at Bangalore

KV Sharma of Mumbai captured four for 16 against Kolkata at Bangalore on 19.05.17 to provide the 18th occasion of a bowler capturing four wickets in an IPL game at Bangalore. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
2 R Vinay Kumar 4.0 0 40 4 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 23.03.10
3 S Aravind 4.0 0 14 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
4 L Balaji 4.0 1 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12
5 SK Trivedi 4.0 0 25 4 Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 15.04.12
6 Z Khan 2.0 0 17 4 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 18.05.13
7 Yuvraj Singh 4.0 0 35 4 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14
8 Karanveer Singh 4.0 0 54 4 Punjab Kolkata Bangalore 01.06.14
9 D Wiese 4.0 0 33 4 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 19.04.15
10 A  Nehra 4.0 0 10 4 Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 22.04.15
11 MA Starc 4.0 0 15 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
12 S Aravind 4.0 0 27 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
13 CJ Jordan 3.0 0 11 4 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 14.05.16
14 YS Chahal 3.0 0 25 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 18.05.16
15 SR Watson 4.0 0 29 4 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 24.05.16
16 DS Kulakarni 4.0 1 14 4 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 24.05.16
17 S Badree 4.0 1 09 4 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 14.04.17
18 KV Sharma 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Kolkata Bangalore 19.05.17

KV Sharma’s four for 16 provides the tenth occasion  of a bowler capturing four wickets conceding less  than  20  runs in an innings in the IPL games played at Bangalore. All such occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 S Badree 4.0 1 09 4 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 14.04.17
2 A  Nehra 4.0 0 10 4 Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 22.04.15
3 CJ Jordan 3.0 0 11 4 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 14.05.16
4 S Aravind 4.0 0 14 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
5 DS Kulakarni 4.0 1 14 4 Gujarat Bangalore Bangalore 24.05.16
6 MA Starc 4.0 0 15 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
7 KV Sharma 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Kolkata Bangalore 19.05.17
8 Z Khan 2.0 0 17 4 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 18.05.13
9 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
10 L Balaji 4.0 1 18 4 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 10.04.12

KV Sharma became the second Mumbai bowler to capture four wickets in an IPL game played at Bangalore. CRD Fernando had captured four for 18 against Bangalore at Bangalore on 28.05.08. Thus KV Sharma’s four for 16 in this game represents the best bowling figures by a Mumbai bowler in the IPL games played at Bangalore.

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
2 KV Sharma 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Kolkata Bangalore 19.05.17

 

Bowlers who have captured four or more wickets in IPL 2017 as of 19.05.17

KV Sharma of Mumbai captured four for 16 against Kolkata at Bangalore on 19.05.17 to provide the tenth occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the IPL 2017. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 AJ Tye 4.0 0 17 5 Gujarat Ris Pune Rajkot 14.04.17
2 B Kumar 4.0 0 19 5 Sunrisers Punjab Hyd-RGS 17.04.17
3 JD Unadkat 4.0 1 30 5 Ris Pune Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 06.05.17
4 S Badree 4.0 1 09 4 Bangalore Mumbai Bengaluru 14.04.17
5 KV Sharma 4.0 0 16 4 Mumbai Kolkata Bengaluru 19.05.17
6 Sandeep Sharma 4.0 0 20 4 Punjab Delhi Mohali 30.04.17
7 CH Morris 4.0 0 26 4 Delhi Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 19.04.17
8 S Kaul 4.0 0 29 4 Sunrisers Ris Pune Hyd-RGS 06.05.17
9 Mohammed Siraj 4.0 0 32 4 Sunrisers Gujarat Kanpur 13.05.17
10 UT Yadav 4.0 0 33 4 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 13.04.17

KSCA Press note on the rain affected game between Sunrisers and Kolkata on 17.05.17 at Bangalore

DEAR FRIENDS FROM THE MEDIA…..

YESTERDAY THE 17TH MAY 2017 KKR VS SRH…

We are sure all of you were the witness to the continuous heavy rains which lasted more than 3 hours in total and it was  threatening the match could have been a washout.

The state of the art subair system at Chinnaswamy stadium was on the minute it started raining, continuously evacuating water from the playing surface. The system kept the outfield in playable conditions throughout, preventing puddling of water anywhere on the surface.

As a result of which there was no scope for the water stagnation anywhere in the outfield when the SubAir system is functioning.

Nearly 2 lakh litres of water was evacuated from the field last night.

The outfield was in playable condition exactly 15-20 mins after rain stopped.

All the events of last night were observed by all the stake holders including well known personalities, who have stated that it would be fantastic for world cricket if this technology is adopted by every stadium in the world. Several viewers claimed that the field was as good as new, bereft of the symptoms generally associated with a wet outfield.

We KSCA Thank you and we look forward for all your continued support & co-operation for all the KSCA future initiatives too….request you give widely publicity about this initative entire rain water will be re-used and the spectators were not disappointed and top it all crucial eliminator match of the IPL tournament went on….

 

Regards

Vinay Mruthyunjaya, Official Spokesperson, KSCA

18 May 2017

Batsmen scoring 60 plus boundary fours in each edition of IPL – DA Warner is the only batsman to accomplish such a feat in three consecutive editions

DA Warner scored 63 boundary fours in IPL 2017 to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring 60 plus boundary fours  in an IPL edition. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 G Gambhir 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 0 68 08 2008
2 ML Hayden 12 12 1 572 89 52.00 0 5 0 60 22 2009
3 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 03 2010
4 JH Kallis 16 16 4 572 89* 47.66 0 6 1 67 09 2010
5 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 05 2011
6 AM Rahane 16 16 2 560 103* 40.00 1 3 2 73 10 2012
7 G Gambhir 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 2 64 17 2012
8 MEK Hussey 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 0 6 0 81 17 2013
9 V Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 0 64 22 2013
10 RV Uthappa 16 16 1 660 83* 44.00 0 5 1 74 18 2014
11 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
12 AB de Villiers 16 14 3 513 133* 46.63 1 2 1 60 22 2015
13 DA Warner 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 1 88 31 2016
14 V Kohli 16 16 4 973 113 81.08 4 7 1 83 38 2016
15 DA Warner 14 14 3 641 126 58.27 1 4 0 63 26 2017

 

DA Warner, G Gambhir, SR Tendulkar and V Kohli are the four batsmen to score 60 plus boundary fours in two or more editions of IPL. The performances of these four batsmen are listed below

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
2 DA Warner 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 1 88 31 2016
3 DA Warner 14 14 3 641 126 58.27 1 4 0 63 26 2017
                           
1 G Gambhir 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 0 68 08 2008
2 G Gambhir 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 2 64 17 2012
                           
1 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 03 2010
2 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 05 2011
                           
1 V Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 0 64 22 2013
2 V Kohli 16 16 4 973 113 81.08 4 7 1 83 38 2016

 

DA Warner and SR Tendulkar  are the only two batsmen to accomplish the feat of scoring 60 plus boundary fours in two or more consecutive years. DA Warner is the only batsman to score 60 plus boundary fours in three consecutive years – 65 in 2015, 88 in 2016 and 63 in 2017

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 DA Warner 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 0 65 21 2015
2 DA Warner 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 1 88 31 2016
3 DA Warner 14 14 3 641 126 58.27 1 4 0 63 26 2017
                           
1 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 03 2010
2 SR Tendulkar 16 16 3 553 100* 42.53 1 2 0 67 05 2011

 

DA Warner is one of the four batsmen who have scored 80 plus boundary fours in an edition. DA Warner – 88 in 2016, SR Tendulkar – 86 in 2010, V Kohli – 83 in 2016 and MEK Hussey – 81 in 2013 are the four batsmen who have accomplished the feat.

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 0 4s 6s Edition
1 DA Warner 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 1 88 31 2016
2 SR Tendulkar 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 0 86 03 2010
3 V Kohli 16 16 4 973 113 81.08 4 7 1 83 38 2016
4 MEK Hussey 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 0 6 0 81 17 2013

 

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