There have been 12 hundred runs plus partnerships in IPL 2014 so far. Teams this season have understood that partnership is the only way to win matches and keep wickets intact. It is first time that we are seeing so many huge partnerships. With many more matches yet to come, one can expect more to come as well.

Here is the list of highest partnerships in IPL 2014 –

Partners Runs Wicket Team Opposition Ground Match Date
Glenn MaxwellDavid Miller 135 3rd KXIP CSK Cuttack 7 May, 2014
AB de VilliersYuvraj Singh 132 4th RCB RR Bangalore 11 May, 2014
Jacques KallisManish Pandey 131 2nd KKR MI Abu Dhabi 16 April, 2014
Lendl SimmonsAmbati Rayudu 130 2nd MI SRH Hyderabad 12 May, 2014
Aaron FinchDavid Warner 128* 2nd SRH DD Dubai (DSC) 25 April, 2014

The latest one to make it to the list is the match winning partnership by Simmons and Rayudu of 130 runs against SRH played at Hyderabad on 12th May.

 

Stat updated till 12 May, 2014

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