At times there is a need to score runs at a very fast pace. It is either when when the required run-rate is rising or at the slog overs when a team wants to set a huge target. To do so batsmen need to score a very high strike rate. 

Here is the list of batsmen with highest strike-rate in an innings in IPL 2014 –

Name Runs Balls 4’s 6’s Strike Rate Opposition
George Bailey (KXIP) 40* 13 6 2 307.69 CSK
David Miller (KXIP) 51* 19 0 6 268.42 RR
James Faulkner (RR) 41* 17 3 3 241.17 RCB
Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) 90 38 6 8 236.84 CSK
MS Dhoni (CSK) 26 11 3 1 236.36 KXIP

The captain of Kings XI Punjab team, George Bailey leads the list by his innings of 40 not out, that came in just 13 balls against Chennai Super Kings. Next in is David Miller who scored a 50 in just 19 balls, which is also the fastest so far in IPL 2014.

 

Stat updated till 13 May, 2014

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