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Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah. Image Credits: Twitter
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Shane Bond Referred Jasprit Bumrah As The “Skinny Guy” Who Didn’t Lack In Confidence

Shane Bond, a legendary New Zealand speedster and MI bowling coach talks about his time with Jasprit Bumrah in the IPL at the Mumbai Indians. Jasprit Bumrah made his IPL debut in 2013.

But it wasn’t until the conclusion of IPL 2015 that he rose in prominence, and was given a call-up to the national side in January 2016 in ODI and T20I. Clearly, Shane Bond’s appointment at Mumbai in IPL 2015 helped him significantly, and MI did win the title that year too.

Shane Bond(Twitter)
Shane Bond(Twitter)

Shane Bond Referred Jasprit Bumrah As The Skinny Guy Who Didn’t Lack In Confidence

Shane Bond recalls that the Ahmedabad pacer, who now is the spearhead of India’s bowling attack, was a “skinny guy”. But he was someone who wasn’t short of confidence, having spent a couple of seasons already at MI, albeit to less success. The former Kiwi pacer heaps praise on Jasprit Bumrah’s work ethic over the years which has seen him become arguably the best fast bowler in the world across formats.

Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah (Image Credit: Twitter)

“That skinny guy who certainly didn’t lack in confidence. A good joke, a good laugh, better trust and great fun. That’s how the journey has been. But what’s also been great is the hard work that’s been put in over the time, the building of trust, the whole effort at getting better all the time,” Shane Bond said on the TOI podcast, Sportscast.

Breaking all myths and stereotypes, Jasprit Bumrah, the pacer with unorthodox bowling action has emerged as India’s premier bowler across all formats. His transition from white-ball cricket to red-ball cricket has been seamless and he now has five-wicket hauls in South Africa, England, and Australia.

From getting Virat Kohli as his debut IPL wicket, his stature has grown rapidly and he is a vital cog in MI’s wheel. If the IPL is all about spotting Indian talent and giving them the platform, the credit for Jasprit Bumrah’s rapid rise must go to Mumbai Indians.

Bowling alongside Lasith Malinga has helped and the Sri Lankan star has backed his strength and boosted his confidence. He has 115 scalps from 99 IPL games averaging 24.14.

Shane Bond Hopes Jasprit Bumrah Doesn’t Trouble New Zealand Batsmen

Shane Bond, however, is hoping that Jasprit Bumrah doesn’t trouble the New Zealand batters in the World Test Champions Final at The Rose Bowl. Jasprit Bumrah made his Test debut in January 2018, on the tour of South Africa and he has since picked up 83 wickets in 19 Tests at a terrific average of 22.10 and has been part of both of India’s series triumph in Australia.

Jasprit Bumrah (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)
Jasprit Bumrah (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)

“I hope he doesn’t have a great game this game coming up,” Shane Bond wishes.

Meanwhile, India has announced their playing eleven for the WTC Final, although it can be changed by the toss on the 2nd day. They have decided to go with the spin duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin, alongside the senior pace troika of Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, and Jasprit Bumrah.

India Playing XI: Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah.

Ankeet Chavan celebrates a wicket with his team-mates AFP/Getty Images
Ankeet Chavan celebrates a wicket with his team-mates AFP/Getty Images
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Ankeet Chavan’s Life Ban For His Involvement In 2013 Spot Fixing Ends

Ankeet Chavan was arrested in 2013 alongside Ajit Chandila and S Sreesanth by the Delhi Police on charges of spot-fixing during the IPL sixth edition. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to end his ban and now the Mumbai spinner will be able to play professional cricket.

BCCI has finally accepted Mumbai left-arm spinner Ankeet Chavan’s plea that he be allowed to play professional cricket since Board Ombudsman DK Jain has reduced his life ban to seven years.

Ankeet Chavan was arrested on charges of spot-fixing during IPL's sixth edition.© AFP
Ankeet Chavan was arrested on charges of spot-fixing during IPL’s sixth edition.© AFP

Ankeet Chavan Will Now Be Able To Play Professional Cricket After BCCI Ends His Ban

Sources within the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) confirmed the development to ANI on Tuesday.

“Yes, the BCCI has ended Chavan’s ban and he will now be able to play professional cricket,” the source said.

S Sreesanth
S Sreesanth

In 2013, Ankeet Chavan was arrested on charges of spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) sixth edition. He was arrested by the Delhi police alongside Ajit Chandila and S Sreesanth. The trio was at that time playing for Rajasthan Royals. Though he’s 35 now, the spinner thinks he can make it back into the Mumbai team.

While the ban in principle got over in September 2020, unlike S Sreesanth, whose order for a similar term reduction arrived last August, the spinner had to wait till May 3, 2021, to get a copy of the order from the ombudsman.

He subsequently requested the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) to apply to the BCCI for a confirmation letter, a requisite for him to return to competitive cricket, which he received on June 15 from Hemang Amin, BCCI interim chief executive.

Ankeet Chavan And S Sreesanth Were Banned From Cricket For Life In 2013

In September 2013, Ankeet Chavan and S Sreesanth were banned from cricket for life by the BCCI’s disciplinary committee. However, in July 2015, the Delhi Court gave a clean chit and discharged him of all the charges in the IPL spot-fixing case.

S Sreesanth’s ban was lifted by the BCCI last year, and as a result, the pacer made a comeback in domestic cricket and he even represented Kerala in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Ankeet Chavan. (TOI Photo)
Ankeet Chavan. (TOI Photo)

Ankeet Chavan, 35, has played 18 first-class matches, 20 List A games, and 26 T20s. His last representative match was against the Mumbai Indians in the 2013 IPL season. Ankeet Chavan was one of three Rajasthan Royals players, along with S Sreesanth and Ajit Chandila, to be charge-sheeted by the Delhi Police at the time. S Sreesanth had received his order before his ban ended last year, allowing him to participate in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy earlier this year.

S Sreesanth made a stellar statement by picking a five-wicket haul in the 50 overs Vijay Hazare Trophy a few days after all IPL franchises decided to ignore him in the 2021 auction. S Sreesanth picked 13 scalps in the Vijay Hazare Trophy as he was the 9th highest wicket-taker among bowlers.

S Sreesanth, Kerala Ranji team
S Sreesanth. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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S Sreesanth’s Name Included In Kerala’s Ranji Cricket Team

S Sreesanth, whose seven years ban will end in September this year, has been included in Kerala’s Ranji cricket team. The pacer has expressed his gratitude towards Kerala Cricket Association(KCA) for giving him a chance to be back in the field. 

BCCI had imposed a lifetime ban on Sreesanth after he was found guilty in match-fixing in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013. A special court in Delhi had acquitted him of all charges in 2015. But in 2019 Supreme Court asked BCCI to reduce his ban period. Later, his ban period was reduced to seven years. So, in September, this year, he will be available to play for India.

S Sreesanth raring to make a comeback:

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S Sreesanth. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Sreesanth thanked KCA, saying that he is indebted to them for giving him an opportunity. He said that he would end all the past controversies with his fitness and game whenever the match is held. 

“I am really indebted to the KCA for giving me a chance. I will prove my fitness and storm back to the game. It is time for all controversies to take rest,” he said in Kochi. 

However, amid the pandemic, the domestic season of this year is also under doubt. So, it will be interesting to see that will Sreesanth be back in action this year?

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S Sreesanth. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Recently, the speedster revealed that he was waiting to return to the national team for a long time and had realistic dreams. He wishes to play the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 and ending the career by lifting the trophy once again.

S Sreesanth was once a regular player of the national team. He was a member during India’s victory in the ICC World T20 2007 and ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.  Misbah-ul-Haq’s catch taken by him in the grand finale of the T20 World Cup 2007 is still unforgettable. 

Sreesanth has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20Is where the right-arm pacer took 87, 75 and seven wickets respectively. He served last time for the Indian team in The Oval Test (against England) in August 2011. 

Rahul Dravid, Cricket, Career, Rahul Dravid's Involvement In Top Five Controversies During His Cricket Career
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Rahul Dravid’s Involvement In Top Five Controversies During His Cricket Career

Legendary Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid was one of the famous and successful players at during his heydays. As he is always very calm, cool and disciplined, most people respect him. His patience batting was one of his strong characters as he got a suitable nickname ‘The Wall’.

Though he was a successful cricketer for a long time, disciplined Dravid involved in some top controversies during his playing career. Some of the controversies even damaged his image at least for the sometimes.

Here are the top five controversies in Rahul Dravid’s cricket career

Deciding to bowl first in the 2006 Mumbai Test

Rahul Dravid, controversy
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As a captain, Rahul Dravid was known for experimental. We once again experienced this experimental mind during the 2006 Mumbai Test against England.

It was the third and final Test of the series against England at Wankhede Stadium, where the hosts India were leading by the 1-0 before that Test match. Although the pitch was flat dry, captain Dravid chose to bowl first.

India ultimately failed to put a strong fight as England won that Test match by 212 runs and drew that series by 1-1. In the fourth innings of that match, India were bundled out for just 100 runs. It was England’s first Test victory in India since 1985, and it was also their largest Test victory margin (by runs) against the hosts India.

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Four Toughest Incidents Of MS Dhoni’s Cricket Career

Mahendra Singh Dhoni or MS Dhoni is one of the greatest cricketers in international cricket history. He is one of the greatest wicketkeepers and batsmen with the rare successful finishing ability. Apart from this, he was also one of the greatest captains in international cricket history. He is the only captain who has won three different ICC trophies (2007 ICC World T20, 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, and 2013 ICC Champions Trophy).

However, MS Dhoni is far more famous for his behavior. He is a very cool and calm nature who maintains this character even in the toughest situations.

But MS Dhoni has also faced tough moments in his cricket career. Some of those were the hardest for anyone. However, once again, the cool MS Dhoni has beaten those hurdles calmly and continued his successful career. Let’s take a look at the toughest decisions of MS Dhoni.

4. Post-2007 ICC Cricket World Cup

MS Dhoni, controversy
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The 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup was one of the disaster periods in Indian cricket history. Rahul Dravid-led Indian national cricket team was eliminated from the first round of that tournament.

The previous edition’s runners-up (2003) India were in Group B along with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Bermuda. In their opening match of the 2007 CWC, India suffered a shocking defeat against Bangladesh. Later, India managed to secure a giant victory against Bermuda but failed to beat Sri Lanka in the final Group Stage match.

The Indian cricketers faced massive backlashes in the nation. Some of the Indian cricketers’ families faced public harassment. Political activists of JMM (Jharkhand Mukti Morcha) attacked MS Dhoni’s house, including stone-pelting. Dhoni was playing his first Cricket World Cup, and he was playing the role of wicketkeeper-batsman.

Just a few months later, India won the inaugural ICC World T20 (2007), under MS Dhoni’s captaincy. It was only the beginning of India’s greatest period in international cricket history.

Paddy Upton, S Sreesanth, Rahul Dravid
Upton served as India's mental conditioning coach in the past. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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S Sreesanth Abused Rahul Dravid and Me, Reveals Paddy Upton in his Book, ‘The Barefoot Coach’

Former Indian mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton has made some startling revelations in his recently launched book, ‘The Barefoot Coach’. In IPL 2013, Rajasthan Royals (RR) has appointed Upton as the head coach. In his book, he talked about the spot-fixing scandal. Furthermore, his book sheds light on the events that unfolded during the distinct tournaments.

Upton, in his book, shared a shocking incident that took place in the Rajasthan Royals dressing room. It was the time when the now-discarded pacer S Sreesanth was dropped from the game. Sreesanth abused Rahul Dravid, the then captain of RR, and Upton during his outburst in the change room.

The South African revealed that Sreesanth was sacked due to his poor behaviour and was asked to go back home before 24 hours of his arrest on May 16, 2013.

Does Sreesanth hurl expletives?

“The reason for Sreesanth’s repeated poor behaviour, which amongst other things included blurting out in front of the team that Rahul Dravid (captain) and I (Upton) could go and f…k ourselves in response for dropping him, now made sense,” Upton explained in his book the reason for him being sacked.

Later, Upton revealed more on Sreesanth’s rage saying that there was definitely more to it. He said that a squad consists of more than 20 players and only 11 of them get to play in a game on the given day. And thus, the remaining players will have to wait, which leaves them disappointed.

However, the former Indian conditioning coach said, Sreesanth’s outburst was extraordinary.

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“If someone is saying Sreesanth is an emotional person and was really upset. I am not going to be saying that you can’t have an emotional outburst. But an outburst of that nature for being told that you are not going to play is an out-of-the-ordinary outburst. We tell 13 players (Royals squad strength is 24) every single IPL game for the last 7 seasons that you are not playing. Out of the 13, four have every reason to feel disappointed, but none of these reasons are enough to have that level of public outburst (that Sreesanth had). This suggests that there was something more to it,” quoted Upton.

Sreesanth reveals he had great regard for Upton:

However, Sreesanth straightaway denied Upton’s claim and called him a liar saying that he never abused anyone.

“It’s really sad. Feeling really bad for Mr. Paddy Upton. If he wants this 30-second fame, he can have it. All I can say is I’ve always respected every individual I’ve played with and always will. I had high regards for him till date. It’s really disappointing to see this. I really hope he starts to at least respect himself and not sell himself to make other people happy,” Sreesanth said.

 

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Along with two other players of 2008 champions Royals, Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan, Sreesanth was arrested by Delhi Police in the spot-fixing case. The three of them were barred from cricket for a lifetime by the BCCI.

Following them, the franchise also faced the brunt for a couple of years as one of the co-owner Raj Kundra’s name also cropped up. Thus, the authorities banned him from any cricket activities following betting admission.

Earlier, this year the Supreme Court revoked the life-ban on Sreesanth. In the past, the three cricketers were discharged by Delhi court in 2015. The Supreme Court asked BCCI to review the quantum of punishment for Sreesanth and gave them three months time. The discarded pacer, who last played for India in August 2011, feels SC has come as a boon for him.

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Malinga has onus on his shoulders. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

Indian Premier League 2013: Best Bowling Economy Innings

Indian Premier League 2013: Best Bowling Economy Innings

POS PLAYER Ov Econ Dots Runs Wkts SR Against Venue Match Date
1 StuartBinny 2 1.5 9 3 1 12 DD Sawai Mansingh Stadium 07 May 2013
2 Mitchell Johnson 4 2 16 8 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 May 2013
3 Lasith Malinga 3 2 12 6 2 9 CSK Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
4 Amit Mishra 4 2 18 8 2 12 RR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
5 Karn Sharma 4 2 16 8 0 CSK Chidambaram 25 April 2013
6 Lakshmipathy Balaji 3 2.33 13 7 0 MI Wankhede Stadium 07 May 2013
7 Praveen Kumar 4 2.5 17 10 2 12 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
8 Hanuma Vihari 2 2.5 8 5 0 KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 11 May 2013
9 Dale Steyn 4 2.75 15 11 2 12 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
10 Sunil Narine 4 2.75 17 11 0 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 May 2013
11 Dale Steyn 3.5 2.86 14 11 3 7.66 PWI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 05 April 2013
12 Dwayne Bravo 3 3 9 9 3 6 MI Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 21 May 2013
13 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 3 15 12 2 12 CSK Chidambaram 15 April 2013
14 Ajit Chandila 2 3 5 6 2 6 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
15 Sunil Narine 4 3 15 12 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 09 May 2013
16 Ryan Harris 4 3 17 12 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 07 April 2013
17 Moises Henriques 2 3 7 6 1 12 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 29 April 2013
18 Sunil Narine 4 3.25 14 13 4 6 DD Eden Gardens 03 April 2013
19 Jacques Kallis 4 3.25 13 13 3 8 SRH Eden Gardens 14 April 2013
20 RP Singh 4 3.25 17 13 3 8 RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 20 April 2013
21 Mitchell Johnson 4 3.25 14 13 2 12 KKR Wankhede Stadium 07 May 2013
22 Harbhajan Singh 4 3.25 13 13 1 24 CSK Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
23 Mohit Sharma 3 3.33 11 10 3 6 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 18 April 2013
24 Darren Sammy 3 3.33 10 10 2 9 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
25 Ankeet Chavan 3 3.33 12 10 0 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
26 Thisara Perera 3.1 3.47 13 11 2 9.5 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
27 Harbhajan Singh 4 3.5 10 14 3 8 KXIP Wankhede Stadium 29 April 2013
28 Mitchell Marsh 2 3.5 6 7 2 6 KKR Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 09 May 2013
29 Jacques Kallis 4 3.5 11 14 2 12 KXIP Eden Gardens 26 April 2013
30 Harbhajan Singh 4 3.5 10 14 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 May 2013
31 Dale Steyn 4 3.5 14 14 1 24 KXIP Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 April 2013
32 Sunil Narine 4 3.5 14 14 0 DD Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
33 Shahbaz Nadeem 2 3.5 6 7 0 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
34 David Hussey 4 3.5 9 14 0 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 23 April 2013
35 Johan Botha 3 3.66 10 11 2 9 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
36 Johan Botha 3 3.66 10 11 1 18 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
37 Ishant Sharma 3 3.66 13 11 1 18 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
38 Ali Murtaza 4 3.75 12 15 3 8 DD Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 19 May 2013
39 Kevon Cooper 4 3.75 11 15 3 8 KKR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 08 April 2013
40 Ishant Sharma 4 3.75 15 15 2 12 MI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
41 Dale Steyn 4 3.75 16 15 1 24 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 27 April 2013
42 Amit Mishra 4 3.75 10 15 1 24 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
43 Ajantha Mendis 4 3.75 12 15 1 24 MI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 May 2013
44 Amit Mishra 4 3.75 13 15 1 24 RCB Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 07 April 2013
45 James Faulkner 4 4 12 16 5 4.8 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
46 Albie Morkel 3 4 11 12 2 9 MI Eden Gardens 26 May 2013
47 Pragyan Ojha 4 4 9 16 2 12 CSK Chidambaram 06 April 2013
48 Rahul Sharma 4 4 10 16 2 12 RR Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 April 2013
49 Parvinder Awana 4 4 14 16 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 07 April 2013
50 Yuvraj Singh 2 4 6 8 1 12 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 05 April 2013
51 Amit Mishra 4 4 15 16 1 24 RR Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
52 Irfan Pathan 4 4 15 16 1 24 KKR Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
53 Praveen Kumar 3 4 11 12 1 18 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 April 2013
54 Amit Mishra 4 4 11 16 1 24 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
55 Chris Morris 3 4 9 12 1 18 KKR Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
56 Siddarth Kaul 2 4 10 8 0 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
57 Parvinder Awana 4 4 9 16 0 MI Wankhede Stadium 29 April 2013
58 James Faulkner 4 4 13 16 0 KKR Eden Gardens 03 May 2013
59 Dale Steyn 4 4 13 16 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 09 April 2013
60 Sunil Narine 4 4.25 11 17 3 8 MI Eden Gardens 24 April 2013
61 Shahbaz Nadeem 4 4.25 11 17 2 12 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
62 Jacques Kallis 4 4.25 10 17 2 12 RCB JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
63 James Faulkner 4 4.25 13 17 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 April 2013
64 Dale Steyn 4 4.25 12 17 2 12 RR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
65 Ravi Rampaul 4 4.25 13 17 1 24 KKR JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
66 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 4.25 11 17 1 24 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 05 April 2013
67 Murali Kartik 4 4.25 15 17 1 24 KKR JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
68 Siddharth Trivedi 4 4.25 14 17 1 24 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
69 Roelof van der Merwe 4 4.25 13 17 1 24 KXIP Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 23 April 2013
70 Sunil Narine 4 4.25 13 17 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 April 2013
71 Dale Steyn 4 4.25 13 17 0 CSK Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 08 May 2013
72 Ajit Chandila 3 4.33 13 13 2 9 SRH Sawai Mansingh Stadium 27 April 2013
73 Karn Sharma 3 4.33 8 13 1 18 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 17 April 2013
74 Albie Morkel 3 4.33 11 13 1 18 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 18 April 2013
75 Mohit Sharma 3 4.33 12 13 0 KKR Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
76 Dirk Nannes 3.5 4.43 14 17 2 11.5 KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 10 April 2013
77 Vinay Kumar 4 4.5 13 18 3 8 RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 20 April 2013
78 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 4.5 16 18 3 8 SRH Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 17 April 2013
79 Ravichandran Ashwin 4 4.5 11 18 2 12 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 18 April 2013
80 Manpreet Gony 4 4.5 15 18 1 24 KKR IS Bindra Stadium 16 April 2013
81 Sachithra Senanayake 4 4.5 6 18 1 24 SRH Eden Gardens 14 April 2013
82 Dwayne Bravo 4 4.5 10 18 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 30 April 2013
83 Sachithra Senanayake 4 4.5 10 18 1 24 RCB JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
84 Sachithra Senanayake 4 4.5 16 18 1 24 CSK Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
85 Dirk Nannes 4 4.5 8 18 1 24 MI Chidambaram 06 April 2013
86 Karn Sharma 2 4.5 5 9 1 12 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
87 Shanthakumaran Sreesanth 4 4.5 14 18 1 24 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 06 April 2013
88 Siddharth Trivedi 4 4.5 9 18 1 24 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
89 Muttiah Muralitharan 4 4.5 8 18 1 24 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 07 April 2013
90 Lasith Malinga 3.2 4.5 9 15 1 20 KKR Wankhede Stadium 07 May 2013
91 Pragyan Ojha 4 4.5 10 18 0 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
92 Yuvraj Singh 2 4.5 3 9 0 DD Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 28 April 2013
93 Angelo Mathews 3 4.66 9 14 3 6 DD Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 19 May 2013
94 Harbhajan Singh 3 4.66 11 14 2 9 CSK Eden Gardens 26 May 2013
95 Stuart Binny 3 4.66 8 14 2 9 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
96 Moises Henriques 3 4.66 9 14 2 9 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 07 April 2013
97 Vikramjeet Malik 3 4.66 12 14 2 9 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
98 Thisara Perera 3 4.66 9 14 0 RR Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
99 Chris Morris 3 4.66 11 14 0 MI Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
100 Ajit Chandila 3 4.66 12 14 0 KXIP Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
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Indian Premier League 2013: Most Fours

Indian Premier League 2013: Most Fours

POS PLAYER Mat Inns NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 50 4s 6s
1 Michael Hussey 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 566 129.5 0 6 81 17
2 Virat Kohli 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 457 138.73 0 6 64 22
3 Rahul Dravid 18 17 1 471 65 29.43 425 110.82 0 4 64 5
4 Shane Watson 16 16 2 543 101 38.78 380 142.89 1 2 59 22
5 Chris Gayle 16 16 4 708 175* 59 453 156.29 1 4 57 51
6 Dinesh Karthik 19 19 1 510 86 28.33 411 124.08 0 2 54 14
7 Aaron Finch 14 14 0 456 67 32.57 336 135.71 0 4 54 16
8 Gautam Gambhir 16 16 0 406 60 25.37 343 118.36 0 4 51 5
9 Suresh Raina 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 365 150.13 1 4 50 18
10 Ajinkya Rahane 18 18 4 488 68* 34.85 458 106.55 0 4 42 11
11 Robin Uthappa 16 16 0 434 75 27.12 371 116.98 0 2 42 12
12 David Warner 16 16 3 410 77 31.53 323 126.93 0 4 41 14
13 Virender Sehwag 13 13 1 295 95* 24.58 233 126.6 0 1 41 6
14 Adam Gilchrist 13 13 1 294 85* 24.5 229 128.38 0 1 41 6
15 Dwayne Smith 13 13 0 418 68 32.15 341 122.58 0 4 40 19
16 Mahela Jayawardene 15 15 0 331 66 22.06 313 105.75 0 2 39 6
17 Shaun Marsh 8 8 0 300 77 37.5 249 120.48 0 3 39 4
18 Sachin Tendulkar 14 14 1 287 54 22.07 231 124.24 0 1 38 5
19 Shikhar Dhawan 10 10 2 311 73* 38.87 253 122.92 0 3 37 5
20 Parthiv Patel 13 13 0 294 61 22.61 255 115.29 0 1 37 4
21 Mandeep Singh 16 14 1 260 77* 20 223 116.59 0 1 36 0
22 Manvinder Bisla 14 14 1 255 92 19.61 236 108.05 0 2 36 6
23 Rohit Sharma 19 19 5 538 79* 38.42 409 131.54 0 4 35 28
24 Jacques Kallis 16 16 1 311 41 20.73 322 96.58 0 0 35 3
25 AB de Villiers 14 14 4 360 64 36 219 164.38 0 2 34 15
26 MS Dhoni 18 16 5 461 67* 41.9 283 162.89 0 4 32 25
27 Yusuf Pathan 16 16 5 332 72 30.18 240 138.33 0 1 30 14
28 David Miller 12 12 5 418 101* 59.71 254 164.56 1 3 28 24
29 Eoin Morgan 14 13 2 307 51 27.9 240 127.91 0 1 28 13
30 Kieron Pollard 18 18 8 420 66* 42 281 149.46 0 3 27 29
31 Murali Vijay 15 15 1 312 55 22.28 286 109.09 0 2 27 8
32 Brad Hodge 17 14 7 293 54* 41.85 218 134.4 0 1 27 9
33 Stuart Binny 17 16 7 293 41* 32.55 199 147.23 0 0 25 12
34 Ambati Rayudu 19 17 3 265 37 18.92 231 114.71 0 0 22 4
35 Azhar Mahmood 11 10 0 196 80 19.6 154 127.27 0 2 22 5
36 Manan Vohra 12 10 2 161 43* 20.12 117 137.6 0 0 22 2
37 Ben Rohrer 8 8 2 193 64* 32.16 140 137.85 0 1 21 5
38 David Hussey 12 11 1 235 41 23.5 209 112.44 0 0 20 6
39 Moises Henriques 10 9 5 165 44 41.25 125 132 0 0 20 3
40 Sanju Samson 11 10 2 206 63 25.75 178 115.73 0 1 19 5
41 Cameron White 13 13 1 209 52 17.41 191 109.42 0 1 18 7
42 Hanuma Vihari 17 17 3 241 46 17.21 278 86.69 0 0 17 1
43 Ravindra Jadeja 18 14 6 201 38* 25.12 135 148.88 0 0 17 6
44 Unmukt Chand 9 9 0 158 41 17.55 158 100 0 0 17 4
45 Dishant Yagnik 12 9 1 125 34 15.62 96 130.2 0 0 17 2
46 Luke Wright 6 6 1 106 44 21.2 60 176.66 0 0 16 3
47 Steve Smith 7 7 3 159 41 39.75 132 120.45 0 0 15 4
48 Yuvraj Singh 13 13 1 238 34 19.83 190 125.26 0 0 14 15
49 Aditya Tare 5 5 0 123 59 24.6 84 146.42 0 1 14 5
50 Cheteshwar Pujara 4 4 0 92 51 23 99 92.92 0 1 14 0
51 Biplap Samantray 8 7 2 123 55 24.6 111 110.81 0 1 13 2
52 Kumar Sangakkara 9 9 0 120 28 13.33 136 88.23 0 0 13 0
53 Thisara Perera 16 14 4 233 40 23.3 163 142.94 0 0 12 14
54 Manoj Tiwary 10 9 1 146 33 18.25 140 104.28 0 0 12 1
55 Harbhajan Singh 19 14 8 116 25* 19.33 79 146.83 0 0 12 5
56 Tillakaratne Dilshan 5 5 0 76 33 15.2 93 81.72 0 0 12 0
57 Darren Sammy 10 9 3 174 60 29 132 131.81 0 1 11 10
58 Manish Pandey 7 7 1 136 66 22.66 137 99.27 0 1 11 3
59 Manpreet Juneja 7 7 0 125 49 17.85 128 97.65 0 0 11 1
60 Subramaniam Badrinath 18 8 1 124 34 17.71 121 102.47 0 0 11 0
61 Dwayne Bravo 18 12 4 121 23* 15.12 106 114.15 0 0 11 3
62 Gurkeerat Mann Singh 11 9 1 108 31 13.5 95 113.68 0 0 10 3
63 Irfan Pathan 15 13 5 142 24 17.75 152 93.42 0 0 9 3
64 Rajagopal Sathish 9 8 3 109 27* 21.8 77 141.55 0 0 9 5
65 Akshath Reddy 7 7 0 91 27 13 101 90.09 0 0 9 0
66 Amit Mishra 17 8 2 89 30 14.83 96 92.7 0 0 9 0
67 Ryan ten Doeschate 4 4 1 85 42 28.33 63 134.92 0 0 9 2
68 Kedar Jadhav 12 10 3 152 31 21.71 124 122.58 0 0 8 5
69 Ashish Reddy 12 10 4 125 36* 20.83 89 140.44 0 0 8 5
70 Rajat Bhatia 15 10 4 99 26* 16.5 80 123.75 0 0 8 3
71 Tirumalasetti Suman 7 5 0 52 23 10.4 58 89.65 0 0 8 0
72 Mitchell Marsh 9 8 1 140 38 20 106 132.07 0 0 6 10
73 Karn Sharma 13 7 3 85 39* 21.25 86 98.83 0 0 6 2
74 Vinay Kumar 16 5 4 70 26* 70 44 159.09 0 0 6 3
75 Wriddhiman Saha 3 3 0 70 39 23.33 56 125 0 0 6 4
76 Mayank Agarwal 5 5 0 67 29 13.4 62 108.06 0 0 6 3
77 Morne Morkel 10 6 1 57 23* 11.4 29 196.55 0 0 6 3
78 Angelo Mathews 11 10 3 172 40 24.57 139 123.74 0 0 5 10
79 Debabrata Das 10 6 1 75 23 15 74 101.35 0 0 5 5
80 Abhishek Nayar 11 9 3 66 25* 11 73 90.41 0 0 5 0
81 Piyush Chawla 16 11 5 64 23 10.66 57 112.28 0 0 5 3
82 Luke Pomersbach 3 3 1 58 33* 29 59 98.3 0 0 5 1
83 James Faulkner 16 9 4 57 19* 11.4 57 100 0 0 5 2
84 Dale Steyn 17 8 6 53 18* 26.5 36 147.22 0 0 5 2
85 Johan Botha 6 6 0 43 23 7.16 52 82.69 0 0 5 1
86 Saurabh Tiwary 9 6 2 109 52 27.25 106 102.83 0 1 4 4
87 Manpreet Gony 8 5 1 45 42 11.25 25 180 0 0 4 3
88 CM Gautam 3 3 1 44 30 22 34 129.41 0 0 4 1
89 Kevon Cooper 14 5 1 39 26 9.75 22 177.27 0 0 4 2
90 Ravichandran Ashwin 18 5 1 35 11* 8.75 49 71.42 0 0 4 0
91 Sumit Narwal 2 1 0 23 23 23 15 153.33 0 0 4 0
92 Lokesh Rahul 5 2 0 20 12 10 16 125 0 0 4 0
93 Ricky Ponting 6 5 0 52 28 10.4 75 69.33 0 0 3 1
94 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 16 9 2 52 24* 7.42 71 73.23 0 0 3 1
95 Praveen Kumar 15 7 1 47 24 7.83 39 120.51 0 0 3 3
96 Arun Karthik 12 5 2 41 19* 13.66 38 107.89 0 0 3 1
97 Umesh Yadav 16 8 7 38 12* 38 38 100 0 0 3 1
98 Ravi Rampaul 10 6 2 38 23* 9.5 37 102.7 0 0 3 1
99 Rishi Dhawan 6 4 1 21 14 7 21 100 0 0 3 0
100 Kushal Janith Perera 2 2 0 14 14 7 13 107.69 0 0 3 0

Indian Premier League 2013: Most Dot Balls Innings

Indian Premier League 2013: Most Dot Balls Innings

POS PLAYER Ov Maid Dots Runs Wkts SR Against Venue Match Date
1 Amit Mishra 4 0 18 8 2 12 RR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
2 Praveen Kumar 4 1 17 10 2 12 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
3 Sunil Narine 4 1 17 11 0 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 May 2013
4 Ryan Harris 4 0 17 12 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 07 April 2013
5 RP Singh 4 0 17 13 3 8 RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 20 April 2013
6 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 16 8 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 May 2013
7 Karn Sharma 4 1 16 8 0 CSK Chidambaram 25 April 2013
8 Dale Steyn 4 1 16 15 1 24 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 27 April 2013
9 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 16 18 3 8 SRH Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 17 April 2013
10 Sachithra Senanayake 4 0 16 18 1 24 CSK Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
11 Mohit Sharma 4 0 16 20 0 MI Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
12 Dale Steyn 4 1 15 11 2 12 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 12 April 2013
13 Sunil Narine 4 0 15 12 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 09 May 2013
14 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 1 15 12 2 12 CSK Chidambaram 15 April 2013
15 Ishant Sharma 4 1 15 15 2 12 MI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
16 Irfan Pathan 4 0 15 16 1 24 KKR Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
17 Amit Mishra 4 1 15 16 1 24 RR Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
18 Murali Kartik 4 0 15 17 1 24 KKR JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
19 Manpreet Gony 4 0 15 18 1 24 KKR IS Bindra Stadium 16 April 2013
20 Dhawal Kulkarni 4 0 15 19 3 8 RCB Wankhede Stadium 27 April 2013
21 Piyush Chawla 4 0 15 20 2 12 MI HPCA Stadium 18 May 2013
22 Ravi Rampaul 3.4 1 15 19 2 11 RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 20 April 2013
23 Harbhajan Singh 4 0 15 21 1 24 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 04 April 2013
24 Mohit Sharma 4 0 15 22 2 12 DD Chidambaram 14 May 2013
25 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 15 22 1 24 CSK Chidambaram 06 April 2013
26 Dale Steyn 4 0 15 23 1 24 RR Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
27 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 15 23 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 23 April 2013
28 Dale Steyn 3.5 0 14 11 3 7.66 PWI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 05 April 2013
29 Sunil Narine 4 0 14 13 4 6 DD Eden Gardens 03 April 2013
30 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 14 13 2 12 KKR Wankhede Stadium 07 May 2013
31 Dale Steyn 4 0 14 14 1 24 KXIP Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 April 2013
32 Sunil Narine 4 0 14 14 0 DD Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
33 Parvinder Awana 4 0 14 16 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 07 April 2013
34 Siddharth Trivedi 4 1 14 17 1 24 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
35 Dirk Nannes 3.5 0 14 17 2 11.5 KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 10 April 2013
36 Shanthakumaran Sreesanth 4 0 14 18 1 24 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 06 April 2013
37 Jason Holder 4 0 14 20 2 12 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 12 May 2013
38 Brett Lee 4 0 14 20 1 24 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 08 April 2013
39 RP Singh 4 0 14 20 1 24 PWI M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 23 April 2013
40 Ravi Rampaul 4 0 14 21 2 12 PWI M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 23 April 2013
41 Ravichandran Ashwin 4 1 14 21 2 12 KKR Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
42 Dale Steyn 4 0 14 21 2 12 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
43 Mohit Sharma 4 0 14 21 1 24 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 12 May 2013
44 Ravichandran Ashwin 4 0 14 21 1 24 MI Chidambaram 06 April 2013
45 Morne Morkel 4 0 14 22 1 24 KKR Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 01 May 2013
46 Sandeep Sharma 4 1 14 23 3 8 DD HPCA Stadium 16 May 2013
47 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 14 23 2 12 RR Wankhede Stadium 15 May 2013
48 Ravindra Jadeja 4 0 14 26 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 30 April 2013
49 Jacques Kallis 4 1 14 30 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 April 2013
50 Ashok Dinda 4 0 14 31 3 8 DD Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 28 April 2013
51 Lakshmipathy Balaji 3 1 13 7 0 MI Wankhede Stadium 07 May 2013
52 Jacques Kallis 4 0 13 13 3 8 SRH Eden Gardens 14 April 2013
53 Harbhajan Singh 4 0 13 13 1 24 CSK Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
54 Thisara Perera 3.1 0 13 11 2 9.5 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
55 Ishant Sharma 3 1 13 11 1 18 DD Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 04 May 2013
56 Amit Mishra 4 0 13 15 1 24 RCB Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 07 April 2013
57 James Faulkner 4 0 13 16 0 KKR Eden Gardens 03 May 2013
58 Dale Steyn 4 0 13 16 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 09 April 2013
59 James Faulkner 4 0 13 17 2 12 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 April 2013
60 Roelof van der Merwe 4 1 13 17 1 24 KXIP Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 23 April 2013
61 Ravi Rampaul 4 1 13 17 1 24 KKR JSCA Stadium 12 May 2013
62 Sunil Narine 4 0 13 17 0 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 April 2013
63 Dale Steyn 4 1 13 17 0 CSK Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 08 May 2013
64 Ajit Chandila 3 0 13 13 2 9 SRH Sawai Mansingh Stadium 27 April 2013
65 Vinay Kumar 4 0 13 18 3 8 RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 20 April 2013
66 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 13 19 2 12 CSK Eden Gardens 26 May 2013
67 Praveen Kumar 4 0 13 19 1 24 DD HPCA Stadium 16 May 2013
68 James Faulkner 4 0 13 20 5 4.8 SRH Sawai Mansingh Stadium 27 April 2013
69 Thisara Perera 4 0 13 20 3 8 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 17 April 2013
70 Shanthakumaran Sreesanth 4 1 13 20 2 12 KXIP Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
71 Dale Steyn 4 0 13 20 2 12 KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 11 May 2013
72 Ashok Dinda 4 0 13 21 2 12 DD Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 19 May 2013
73 Lasith Malinga 4 0 13 22 2 12 CSK Eden Gardens 26 May 2013
74 Anand Rajan 4 0 13 22 1 24 KKR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 May 2013
75 Ishant Sharma 4 0 13 22 1 24 PWI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 17 April 2013
76 Ishant Sharma 4 0 13 22 0 PWI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 05 April 2013
77 Dale Steyn 4 0 13 24 2 12 KKR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 19 May 2013
78 Umesh Yadav 4 0 13 24 2 12 PWI Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 28 April 2013
79 Jaydev Unadkat 4 0 13 25 5 4.8 DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 10 May 2013
80 Shanthakumaran Sreesanth 4 0 13 25 1 24 KKR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 08 April 2013
81 Mitchell Johnson 4 0 13 26 2 12 KKR Eden Gardens 24 April 2013
82 Mohit Sharma 4 0 13 26 1 24 MI Eden Gardens 26 May 2013
83 Praveen Kumar 4 0 13 28 0 KKR Eden Gardens 26 April 2013
84 Ryan Harris 4 0 13 30 0 RR Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
85 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 13 30 0 DD Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 28 April 2013
86 Dirk Nannes 4 0 13 31 1 24 RCB Chidambaram 13 April 2013
87 Ishant Sharma 3.4 0 13 30 1 22 RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 09 April 2013
88 Wayne Parnell 4 0 13 34 2 12 KKR JSCA Stadium 15 May 2013
89 Azhar Mahmood 4 0 13 35 3 8 KKR Eden Gardens 26 April 2013
90 Lasith Malinga 3 0 12 6 2 9 CSK Wankhede Stadium 05 May 2013
91 Ankeet Chavan 3 0 12 10 0 MI Sawai Mansingh Stadium 17 April 2013
92 Ali Murtaza 4 0 12 15 3 8 DD Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 19 May 2013
93 Ajantha Mendis 4 0 12 15 1 24 MI Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium 11 May 2013
94 James Faulkner 4 1 12 16 5 4.8 SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
95 Dale Steyn 4 0 12 17 2 12 RR Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 17 May 2013
96 Mohit Sharma 3 0 12 13 0 KKR Eden Gardens 20 April 2013
97 Vikramjeet Malik 3 0 12 14 2 9 SRH Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 22 May 2013
98 Ajit Chandila 3 0 12 14 0 KXIP Sawai Mansingh Stadium 14 April 2013
99 Lasith Malinga 4 0 12 20 1 24 DD Wankhede Stadium 09 April 2013
100 Sandeep Sharma 4 0 12 21 3 8 SRH IS Bindra Stadium 11 May 2013
Dale Steyn, Cricket South Africa,
Dale Steyn. (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/GettyImages)

Indian Premier League 2013: Most Dot Balls

Indian Premier League 2013: Most Dot Balls

POS PLAYER Mat Inns Ov Runs Wkts Dots Avg Econ SR 4w 5w
1 Dale Steyn 17 17 67.5 384 19 211 20.21 5.66 21.42 0 0
2 Mitchell Johnson 17 17 64 459 24 188 19.12 7.17 16 0 0
3 Sunil Narine 16 16 64 350 22 180 15.9 5.46 17.45 2 0
4 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 16 16 57 371 13 167 28.53 6.5 26.3 0 0
5 Harbhajan Singh 19 19 70 456 24 163 19 6.51 17.5 0 0
6 Mohit Sharma 15 15 50.4 326 20 161 16.3 6.43 15.2 0 0
7 James Faulkner 16 16 63.1 427 28 161 15.25 6.75 13.53 0 2
8 Ishant Sharma 16 16 59.4 466 15 160 31.06 7.81 23.86 0 0
9 Praveen Kumar 15 15 56.2 373 12 155 31.08 6.62 28.16 0 0
10 Amit Mishra 17 17 62 394 21 151 18.76 6.35 17.71 1 0
11 Lasith Malinga 17 17 65.2 468 20 147 23.4 7.16 19.6 0 0
12 Thisara Perera 16 16 59.4 478 19 136 25.15 8.01 18.84 0 0
13 Dwayne Bravo 18 18 62.3 497 32 135 15.53 7.95 11.71 1 0
14 Irfan Pathan 15 15 51.2 382 10 134 38.2 7.44 30.8 0 0
15 Parvinder Awana 14 14 54 412 15 133 27.46 7.62 21.6 0 0
16 Umesh Yadav 16 16 57.5 508 16 126 31.75 8.78 21.68 1 0
17 Vinay Kumar 16 16 60.1 493 23 124 21.43 8.19 15.69 0 0
18 Siddharth Trivedi 17 17 59.5 410 12 122 34.16 6.85 29.91 0 0
19 Ravichandran Ashwin 18 18 58 390 15 121 26 6.72 23.2 0 0
20 Piyush Chawla 16 16 58.2 418 11 117 38 7.16 31.81 0 0
21 Lakshmipathy Balaji 13 13 50 387 12 113 32.25 7.74 25 0 0
22 Chris Morris 16 16 50 401 15 113 26.73 8.02 20 0 0
23 Jacques Kallis 16 15 53 394 16 112 24.62 7.43 19.87 0 0
24 Ravi Rampaul 10 10 37.4 261 13 109 20.07 6.92 17.38 0 0
25 Pragyan Ojha 16 15 52.2 381 16 108 23.81 7.28 19.62 0 0
26 Ashok Dinda 13 13 49 465 16 105 29.06 9.48 18.37 0 0
27 Jaydev Unadkat 13 13 49 370 13 102 28.46 7.55 22.61 0 1
28 Shane Watson 16 13 41.4 298 13 101 22.92 7.15 19.23 0 0
29 Azhar Mahmood 11 11 43.5 330 15 99 22 7.52 17.53 0 0
30 Kevon Cooper 14 14 54 449 19 98 23.63 8.31 17.05 0 0
31 Shahbaz Nadeem 12 12 44 259 9 95 28.77 5.88 29.33 0 0
32 Ravindra Jadeja 18 15 43.1 323 13 95 24.84 7.48 19.92 0 0
33 Morne Morkel 10 10 40 335 7 91 47.85 8.37 34.28 0 0
34 Karn Sharma 13 13 34.5 230 11 88 20.9 6.6 19 0 0
35 RP Singh 11 11 39.5 335 13 88 25.76 8.41 18.38 0 0
36 Rahul Sharma 11 11 41 281 9 85 31.22 6.85 27.33 0 0
37 Ashish Nehra 10 10 36 316 11 84 28.72 8.77 19.63 0 0
38 Sachithra Senanayake 8 8 32 209 9 73 23.22 6.53 21.33 0 0
39 Murali Kartik 11 11 39 284 9 71 31.55 7.28 26 0 0
40 Shanthakumaran Sreesanth 7 7 21.4 163 5 67 32.6 7.52 26 0 0
41 Ajit Chandila 8 8 25 156 6 64 26 6.24 25 0 0
42 Manpreet Gony 8 8 28 256 7 62 36.57 9.14 24 0 0
43 Kieron Pollard 18 14 31 292 10 60 29.2 9.41 18.6 0 0
44 Albie Morkel 8 7 24 159 7 59 22.71 6.62 20.57 0 0
45 Rajat Bhatia 15 15 43.5 332 11 59 30.18 7.57 23.9 0 0
46 Stuart Binny 17 14 24 162 6 57 27 6.75 24 0 0
47 Dhawal Kulkarni 6 6 18.4 151 8 53 18.87 8.08 14 0 0
48 Darren Sammy 10 9 22.2 168 8 50 21 7.52 16.75 1 0
49 Angelo Mathews 11 10 31 240 5 50 48 7.74 37.2 0 0
50 Dirk Nannes 5 5 19.5 158 4 50 39.5 7.96 29.75 0 0
51 Moises Henriques 10 8 21.1 185 7 50 26.42 8.74 18.14 0 0
52 Jason Holder 6 6 20 168 2 47 84 8.4 60 0 0
53 Siddarth Kaul 6 6 21.5 170 4 44 42.5 7.78 32.75 0 0
54 Muttiah Muralitharan 6 6 23 177 3 42 59 7.69 46 0 0
55 Sandeep Sharma 4 4 16 119 8 41 14.87 7.43 12 0 0
56 Iqbal Abdulla 5 5 18.5 142 7 41 20.28 7.53 16.14 0 0
57 Ryan Harris 3 3 12 72 1 40 72 6 72 0 0
58 Yuvraj Singh 13 10 22 152 6 39 25.33 6.9 22 0 0
59 Johan Botha 6 6 16.4 109 5 37 21.8 6.54 20 0 0
60 Mitchell Marsh 9 7 19.2 182 7 35 26 9.41 16.57 0 0
61 Brett Lee 3 3 12 86 4 34 21.5 7.16 18 0 0
62 Rishi Dhawan 6 5 15 109 2 34 54.5 7.26 45 0 0
63 Wayne Parnell 4 4 14.5 137 6 33 22.83 9.23 14.83 0 0
64 Munaf Patel 4 4 15 137 3 32 45.66 9.13 30 0 0
65 Vikramjeet Malik 3 3 10 59 2 30 29.5 5.9 30 0 0
66 Ajantha Mendis 3 3 12 78 2 29 39 6.5 36 0 0
67 Ankeet Chavan 3 3 9 63 1 28 63 7 54 0 0
68 Kane Richardson 3 3 11.5 101 2 28 50.5 8.53 35.5 0 0
69 Harmeet Singh Bansal 3 3 11.2 87 5 27 17.4 7.67 13.6 0 0
70 Roelof van der Merwe 3 3 11 71 3 25 23.66 6.45 22 0 0
71 Anand Rajan 2 2 8 42 2 24 21 5.25 24 0 0
72 Shaun Tait 3 3 10 98 1 23 98 9.8 60 0 0
73 Abu Nechim 2 2 7 45 3 21 15 6.42 14 0 0
74 Mohammed Shami 3 3 9 78 1 21 78 8.66 54 0 0
75 Pravin Tambe 3 3 11 88 1 20 88 8 66 0 0
76 David Hussey 12 4 11 91 0 19 8.27 0 0
77 Zaheer Khan 2 2 6 47 5 18 9.4 7.83 7.2 1 0
78 Hanuma Vihari 17 5 6 38 1 17 38 6.33 36 0 0
79 Ajit Agarkar 4 4 10 92 0 17 9.2 0 0
80 Ali Murtaza 3 3 10 94 3 17 31.33 9.4 20 0 0
81 Ryan McLaren 2 2 7 94 3 17 31.33 13.42 14 0 0
82 Jasprit Bumrah 2 2 7 70 3 16 23.33 10 14 0 0
83 Rahul Shukla 3 3 8 79 3 15 26.33 9.87 16 0 0
84 Yusuf Pathan 16 5 9 73 1 14 73 8.11 54 0 0
85 Dan Christian 2 2 6 55 0 14 9.16 0 0
86 Abhishek Nayar 11 3 8 59 2 13 29.5 7.37 24 0 0
87 Parveez Rasool 2 2 5 28 1 12 28 5.6 30 0 0
88 Bhargav Bhatt 2 2 5 32 1 12 32 6.4 30 0 0
89 Harmeet Singh 1 1 4 34 1 12 34 8.5 24 0 0
90 Luke Wright 6 5 9.5 100 2 12 50 10.16 29.5 0 0
91 Bipul Sharma 1 1 4 21 1 11 21 5.25 24 0 0
92 Jacob Oram 1 1 4 22 0 11 5.5 0 0
93 Jeevan Mendis 3 2 5 36 1 11 36 7.2 30 0 0
94 Nathan Coulter-Nile 1 1 4 29 1 11 29 7.25 24 0 0
95 Syed Mohammad 4 4 10 91 3 10 30.33 9.1 20 0 0
96 Krishnakant Upadhyay 2 2 5 48 0 10 9.6 0 0
97 Andre Russell 3 3 7 68 0 10 9.71 0 0
98 Chris Gayle 16 4 4 40 3 10 13.33 10 8 0 0
99 Ashish Reddy 12 5 6.4 70 3 10 23.33 10.5 13.33 0 0
100 Pawan Suyal 1 1 3 21 1 9 21 7 18 0 0
1 2 3 4