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Figure out the last eight editions of the IPL

April 08, 2016 07:03 IST

The ninth edition of the Indian Premier League kicks-off in Mumbai on Saturday, April 9, with defending champions Mumbai Indians taking on newcomers Rising Pune Supergiants, led by India Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

With 59 matches spread across 10 cities, the cash-rich league will unearth new domestic talent apart from giving some of the tried and tested faces a shot at redemption during the next seven weeks of what is again expected to be a perfect marriage of cricket and entertainment.

Statistician Rajneesh Gupta has interesting numbers from the lucrative extravaganza. Check them out. 

IMAGE: Kings XI Punjab cheerleaders during an Indian Premier League match. Photograph: BCCI.

SUMMARY OF RESULTS (2008 to 2015)

 

Mts Won Lost T+W T+L No Result Abandoned Win%

Chennai Super Kings

133 79 51 0 1 1 1 59.84

Mumbai Indians

127 73 53 0 0 0 1 57.9

Rajasthan Royals

121 61 53 2 1 1 3 51.69

Kolkata Knight Riders

121 60 55 0 2 0 4 51.28

Sunrisers Hyderabad

45 22 22 1 0 0 0 48.88

Royal Challengers Bangalore

125 60 59 1 1 3 1 48.38

Kings XI Punjab

120 57 61 2 0 0 0 47.50

Kochi Tuskers Kerala

14 6 8 0 0 0 0 42.85

Delhi Daredevils

120 49 67 0 1 2 1 41.17

Deccan Chargers

76 29 46 0 0 0 1 38.66

Pune Warriors India

46 12 33 0 0 1 0 26.08

Total

524 508 508 6 6 4 6  

T+W = Tied & Won in Super Over, T+L = Tied & Lost in Super Over

RESULT OF FINALS

2008 RAJASTHAN ROYALS beat CHENNAI SUPER KINGS by 3 wickets Mumbai DYP
2009 DECCAN CHARGERS beat R.CHALLENGERS BANGALORE by 6 runs Johannesburg
2010 CHENNAI SUPER KINGS beat MUMBAI INDIANS by 22 runs Mumbai DYP
2011 CHENNAI SUPER KINGS beat R.CHALLENGERS BANAGLORE by 58 runs Chennai
2012 KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS beat CHENNAI SUPER KINGS by 5 wickets Chennai
2013 MUMBAI INDIANS beat CHENNAI SUPER KINGS by 23 runs Kolkata
2014 KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS beat KINGS XI PUNJAB by 3 wickets Bangalore
2015 MUMBAI INDIANS beat CHENNAI SUPER KINGS by 41 runs Kolkata

WINNERS

Chennai Super Kings twice
Kolkata Knight Riders twice
Mumbai Indians twice
Rajasthan Royal once
Deccan Chargers once

 STANDING OF TEAMS IN EACH IPL

  2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Chennai Super Kings

2 4 1 1 2 2 3 2

Deccan Chargers

8 1 4 7 8 - - -

Delhi Daredevils

4 3 5 10 3 9 8 7

Kings XI Punjab

3 5 8 5 6 6 2 8

Kochi Tuskers Kerala

- - - 8 - - - -

Kolkata Knight Riders

6 8 6 4 1 7 1 5

Mumbai Indians

5 7 2 3 4 1 4 1

Pune Warriors India

- - - 9 9 8 - -

Rajasthan Royals

1 6 7 6 7 3 5 4

Royal Challengers Bangalore

7 2 3 2 5 5 7 3

Sunrisers Hyderabad

- - - - - 4 6 6

SCORING PATTERN IN EACH IPL

Year Venue Runs Wkts Runs/wkt Runs/over Sixes hit
2008 Ind 17937 689 26.03 8.31 622
2009 SA 16320 697 23.41 7.48 506
2010 Ind 18864 720 26.20 8.13 585
2011 Ind 21154 813 26.02 7.73 639
2012 Ind 22453 857 26.20 7.83 732
2013 Ind 22541 909 20.38 7.68 674
2014 UAE/Ind 18909 671 28.18 8.20 714
2015 Ind 18332 686 26.72 8.37 692
TOTAL   138178 5356 25.80 7.89 5164
TEAM RECORDS

- Highest team total: 263/5 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors India (Bangalore 2013) 

- Highest team total batting second: 223/5, Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings (Chennai 2010) – lost by 23 runs. 

- Highest team total batting second to win: 217/7, Rajasthan Royals v Deccan Chargers (Hyderabad 2008) 

- Lowest team total : 58 Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore (Cape Town 2009) 

- Highest Powerplay score : 100-2, Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab (Mumbai WS 2014) 

- Lowest 6-over Powerplay score : 14-2  Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore (Cape Town 2009) 

RESULTS 

- Most wins: 79- Chennai Super Kings

- Most losses: 68 – Delhi Daredevils 

- Biggest win (by runs): 140 runs – Kolkata Knight Riders beat Royal Challengers Bangalore at Bangalore in 2008

- Biggest win (by wickets): 10 instances

- Biggest win (by balls to spare): 87 balls – Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders at Mumbai WS in 2008

- Narrowest win (by runs): 1 run – on five occasions

- Narrowest win (by wickets):  1 wicket- Kolkata Knight Riders beat Kings XI Punjab at Kolkata in 2015

- Narrowest win (off the last ball – for chasing side): 17 instances 

- Tied games: 6

- Rajasthan Royals (150/6) beat Kolkata Knight Riders (150/8) at Cape Town in 2009 in Super Over (18-15)

- Kings XI Punjab (136/8) beat Chennai Super Kings (136/7) at Chennai in 2010 in Super Over (10-9)
- Royal Challengers Bangalore (130/8) lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad (130/7) at Hyderabad in 2013 in Super Over (20-15)
- Delhi Daredevils (152/5) lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore (152/7) at Bangalore in 2013 in Super Over (15-11)

- Rajasthan Royals (152/5) beat Kolkata Knight Riders (152/8) at Abu Dhabi in 2014 on higherboundary count (after Super Over was also tied 11-11).

- Kings XI Punjab (191/6) beat Kings XI Punjab (191/6) at Ahmedabad in 2015 in Super Over (15-6) 

BATTING

- Leading run-scorer: Suresh Raina (CSK) – 3699 runs in 132 matches

- Most runs in a single edition: Michael Hussey (CSK)- 733 runs in 17 matches in 2013

- Highest career average (Min.500 runs): Lendl Simmons – 49.16

- Highest career strike-rate (Min.500 runs): Glenn Maxwell – 166.44

- Highest individual score : 175* Chris Gayle, Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors India  at Bangalore in 2013

- Individual 100s : 35

- Most 100s: 5 by Chris Gayle

- Most 50+ scores: 26 by Gautam Gambhir & Suresh Raina

- Fastest fifty : 15 balls, Yusuf Pathan, Kolkata Knight Riders v Sunrisers Hyderabad (Kolkata 2014)

- Slowest fifty : 55 balls, JP Duminy, Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab (Durban 2009)

- Fastest 100 : 30 balls, Chris Gayle, Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors India (Bangalore 2013)

- Slowest 100 : 67 balls, Manish Pandey, Royal Challengers Bangalore v Deccan Chargers (Centurion 2009)

- Most sixes in a match : 17 by Chris Gayle (Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors India 2013)

- Most fours in a match : 19 by Paul Valthaty (Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings (Mohali 2011) & by AB de Villiers (Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians (Mumbai WS 2015) 

- Most sixes in a career: 230 – Chris Gayle (for Kolkata Knight Riders & Royal Challengers Bangalore

- Most ducks: 11 by Gautam Gambhir, Harbhajan Singh & Piyush Chawla

BOWLING

- Leading wicket-takers: Lasith Malinga - 143 wickets in 98 matches for Mumbai Indians

- Most wickets in a single edition: Dwayne Bravo - 32 wickets in 18 matches for Chennai Super Kings

- Five wickets in a match: 14

- Most five-wicket hauls: 2 by James Faulkner for Rajasthan Royals

- Best bowling : 6-14 Sohail Tanvir (Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings 2008)

- Best career average (min. 25 wickets): Sunil Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders)- 17.77

- Best career economy (min. 25 overs): Sunil Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders)- 6.00

- Hat-tricks : 13

- Most hat-tricks: 3 by Amit Mishra (for Delhi Daredevils, Deccan Chargers & Sunrisers Hyderabad), 2 by Yuvraj Singh (for Kings XI Punjab)

- Most economical figures in an innings: 4-1-6-0 (RPO 1.50) by Fidel Edwards (Deccan Chargers v Kolkata Knight Riders, Cape Town, 2009) & 4-1-6-1 (RPO 1.50) by Ashish Nehra (Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab, Bloemfontein, 2009) 

- Most expensive figures in a match: 4-0-66-0 by Ishant Sharma in four overs (Sunrisers Hyderabad v Chennai Super Kings, Hyderabad, 2013)

- Most runs conceded in an over: 37 by P Parameswaran (Kochi Tuskers Kerala v Royal Challengers Bangalore  2011) 

FIELDING AND WICKET-KEEPING

- Most catches as a fielder: 75- Suresh Raina (Chennai Super Kings)

- Most dismissals as a keeper:  84 (61 catches & 23 stumpins) – Dinesh Karthik (Delhi Daredevils, Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai Indians & Royal Challengers Bangalore)

GENERAL

- Most matches: 132 – Suresh Raina (Chennai Super Kings), 129- MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings), 128- Rohit Sharma (Deccan Chargers & Mumbai Indians)

- Most matches as captain: 129-MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)

- Most player of match awards: 17- Chris Gayle (Kolkata Knight Riders & Royal Challengers Bangalore), 14- Yusuf Pathan (Rajasthan Royals & Kolkata Knight Riders)

- Youngest player: 17 years 177 days- Sarfraz Khan (Royal Challengers Bangalore) in 2015

- Oldest player to make debut: 41 years 211 days- Pravin Tambe (Rajasthan Royals) in 2013

- Oldest player: 44 years 92 days – Brad Hogg (Kolkata Knight Riders) in 2015.

Rajneesh Gupta