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Gautam Gambhir. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
Gautam Gambhir. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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Gautam Gambhir Praised By Manvinder Bisla And KC Cariappa For Good Captaincy For KKR

Gautam Gambhir was one of the most successful captains in Indian Premier League history.  Gautam Gambhir led Kolkata Knight Riders to two IPL titles in his career while playing an important part in their batting department.

Several KKR players have talked about the leadership skills of Gautam Gambhir, who is the only KKR skipper to win IPL, and that too, twice, and how he led from the front to guide youngsters in the team.

Gautam Gambhir has led KKR to two IPL titles
Gautam Gambhir has led KKR to two IPL title

Gautam Gambhir Was Fiercely Protective Of His Players: Manvinder Bisla

One of the players, Manvinder Bisla was an integral part of KKR’s batting department during Gautam Gambhir’s reign as captain. He even top-scored in the final of IPL 2012. Manvinder Bisla hit 89 runs off just 48 balls to help KKR chase down Chennai Super Kings’ total of 190 runs in the final.

Manvinder Bisla played 39 matches in the IPL and hit 798 runs at an average of 21. He narrated how Gautam Gambhir was as a captain and said that the former India opener was fiercely protective of his players.

Manvinder Bisla during his match-winning knock of 89 runs in IPL 2012 final against CSK.
Manvinder Bisla during his match-winning knock of 89 runs in the IPL 2012 final against CSK. (Photo: Twitter/@KKRiders)

“As a captain, Gautam was fiercely protective of his players. He was like an older brother. Win or lose, he needed to just see focus and intensity. Even when I wasn’t converting starts, he was never short of encouraging words if he saw the effort.

“So chats with him at different times during the competition gave me the reinforcement that I was very much valued. Vijay Dahiya, our assistant coach, was also a great motivator. These two made it easy for me to deal with both success and failure,” Bisla said as quoted by ESPNCricinfo.

Gautam Gambhir is a captain who is known to take bold decisions and the fact that Manvinder Bisla was chosen ahead of Brendon McCullum in the IPL 2012 final, is a living testament. Manvinder Bisla was made to open the innings along with skipper Gautam Gambhir.

However, KKR was dealt with a big blow as their marquee batsman Gautam Gambhir departed in the first over itself after a peach of a delivery from Ben Hilfenhaus. Gautam Gambhir was KKR’s leading run-scorer in that tournament and had amassed 590 runs.

Manvinder Bisla and Jacques Kallis steadied KKR’s ship and steered them close to the target. The duo was on song and stitched a magnificent partnership of 136 runs before Manvinder Bisla got dismissed for 89. His power-packed innings was the cornerstone of KKR’s victory as he emerged as the ultimate game-changer. His inning was packed with 8 fours and 5 sixes. Jacques Kallis too scored 69 before departing.

Two Bengali boys in the form of Shakib-Al-Hasan and Manoj Tiwary orchestrated the victory from thereon as KKR successfully chased the target of 191 put up by CSK. In IPL 2014 final, Manish Pandey scored 94 as KKR chased down KXIP’s mammoth total of 199 made possible after KXIP’s Wriddhiman Saha had scored a ton.

Gautam Gambhir Was Strict In Bowling Discipline And Didn’t Compromise Poor Effort On The Field: KC Cariappa

Another find of Gambhir was spinner KC Cariappa who spent two seasons for the franchise – in 2015 and in 2019. In a recent interview, KC Cariappa recalled his experiences of playing under the two-time IPL winning captain Gautam Gambhir in the IPL 2015 season, and described him as a “very good captain”.

“Gambhir was a very good captain. He was a little strict in terms of bowling discipline, and effort on the field was something he wouldn’t compromise,” Cariappa told Sportskeeda.

KC Cariappa. (Photo Source: Twitter)
KC Cariappa. (Photo Source: Twitter)

“Outside the field, he didn’t bother you. On the field, you had to give your 100% and that’s what I loved,” he added.

KC Cariappa has played 11 matches, the last of which came in 2019 and picked 8 scalps. He made his debut with the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2015, and later was a part of the Kings XI Punjab setup where he did not have the best of IPLs picking up just 8 wickets in 10 matches across three seasons(2015-17).

He was roped in as one of the replacements for injured KKR pacers Kamlesh Nagarkoti & Shivam Mavi in 2019 and played a solitary game where he went wicketless.

Cheteshwar Pujara Picture Credit- Twitter.
Cheteshwar Pujara Picture Credit- Twitter.
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Mentally Strong People Can Go Through Mental Health Issues, Says Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara, who was in the Chennai Super Kings squad in IPL 2021, said he has seen many young domestic cricketers struggle to cope up with the pressures of international cricket. The batting star stressed the need to seek guidance and be open about mental health issues.

India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara stressed the importance of being open about mental health, saying seeking help at the right time can do wonders to a person’s life. Cheteshwar Pujara said he has seen quite a few players finding it difficult to adjust to the pressures of international cricket and pointed out that the best in the business have consulted sports psychologists.

Cheteshwar Pujara
Cheteshwar Pujara Last Played For KXIP(Now Punjab Kings)| Photo: BCCI

Cheteshwar Pujara: Many Domestic Players Succumb To Pressure When They Go At International Level

Speaking during a YouTube interview for Mind Matters, Cheteshwar Pujara said he feels some people are ‘close-minded’ when talking about mental health.

“I feel we are very close-minded when talking about mental illness. Sometimes, we can feel I am mentally strong. Sometimes even mentally strong people also go through mental health issues. I feel, be open about it. Not worry too much, once you have the right guidance, it will do wonders in your life,” Cheteshwar Pujara said.

Cheteshwar Pujara added that he also has struggled to cope with pressure several times in his career but has learned to overcome it over the years. The Test batting mainstay added that he has consulted sports psychologists and it has helped enhance his performance.

“There was a time when I felt I couldn’t handle the pressure. When I had issues in my younger days, I used to go to my mother and cried in front of her saying that I had a lot of pressure and nervousness and I didn’t want to play cricket. But now I know how to handle the pressure,” he added.

“I have seen many domestic players finding it difficult to handle pressure when they go to international level. I have seen the best of the players consulting sports psychologists and they always enhance your performance.”

Cheteshwar Pujara
Cheteshwar Pujara | Munir Uz Zaman/AFP

“I have consulted them many times and it has helped me. When you deal with the mental aspect you always have questions and to clear those doubts and I saw a different perspective after consulting a sports psychologist. So focus on the process and don’t worry about the outcome.”

Cheteshwar Pujara revealed that he does yoga and meditation to keep away from negative thoughts, which he believes can be a big deterrent to progress.

“Once you are in a negative zone, everything around you becomes negative. I do yoga and try meditation, I do my prayers every day which helps me to remain in a positive mindset. I have a spiritual guru and when I lost my mother, he said it is tough to accept the loss. He said you need to have faith and faith is something which has kept me going,” he said.

While he is an automatic selection when it comes to Tests, he has been away from the white-ball limited-overs team since 2014. He first made it to the ODI team in 2013 and made his debut against Zimbabwe in July that year. His ODI career is only 5 games so far and he has been away from the squad since then. A regular in IPL from 2008 to 2014, he has been away from IPL since 2014 when he represented KXIP.

Cheteshwar Pujara Said It’s Never Easy To Be Left Out And Go Unsold At The IPL Which Hurt The Test Specialist

Cheteshwar Pujara, who played for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2021 after ending a 7-year absence from the T20 league, said going unsold in the auctions did hurt him.

“It was tough if I am very honest. It’s never easy to be left out, to go unsold in the IPL. It hurt me. That is something I can’t control. After a point, I realized I had to do things that I can control. I kept on working to get better in the shorter format,” he said.

Cheteshwar Pujara has played 30 matches in the cash-rich league, scoring 390 runs in 22 innings. He has one fifty to his name in the format. The right-hander last batted in the IPL in 2014 and was bought by CSK at the 2021 IPL auction. A regular in IPL from 2008 to 2014, he has been away from IPL since 2014 when he represented KXIP.

Cheteshwar Pujara
Cheteshwar Pujara (Image Credit: Twitter)

He had started his IPL career with Kolkata Knight Riders and stayed with them till 2010. He moved to Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2011 to 2013 before being picked up by KXIP in 2014.

Pat Cummins
Pat Cummins (File Photo)
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Pat Cummins Favourite Moment Was IPL Title Win In 2014

Pat Cummins, Australian pacer loved the aggression with which former KKR skipper Gautam Gambhir led the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) franchise to their second Indian Premier League (IPL) title win in 2014.

Pat Cummins said that he enjoyed playing under Gautam Gambhir and loved the aggression with which he led the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) to their second Indian Premier League (IPL) title win in 2014. Notably, Pat Cummins was involved in a candid chat during a recent Q&A session on Instagram from his hotel room in Chennai.

Pat Cummins
Pat Cummins. Photo Credit: BCCI.

Pat Cummins’ Favourite Moment Was His First IPL In 2014 With Kolkata Winning The Title

Kolkata Knight Riders last won the IPL title in 2014, which was their second triumph under former skipper Gautam Gambhir before he went to Delhi Capitals in 2018. Asked to name his favourite IPL moment, Pat Cummins said that it was his first IPL season in 2014.

“Favourite moment was my first IPL in 2014 with Kolkata winning the title and then going to next day and see hundreds of thousands of fans on street going crazy,” said Cummins on his Instagram story.

“Enjoyed playing under GG (Gautam Gambhir) he was always really aggressive as a captain which I loved,” he added.

Gautam Gambhir has led KKR to two IPL titles

Gautam Gambhir’s contribution to Indian cricket is well known, but he also played a pivotal part in turning the fortunes of KKR since joining the franchise in 2011. Under his leadership, KKR created history by bringing to Kolkata its first IPL trophy.

KKR clinched a nail-biting encounter against CSK in the final of 2012 to lay hands on the trophy for the first time. Gautam Gambhir was a key contributor from both the captaincy front and the batting front, amassing 590 runs (6 half-centuries) in the championship season.

Gautam Gambhir managed to score only 1 run in the first 4 games in the 2014 season. But the fighter in Gautam Gambhir didn’t let him give up and he managed to keep making vital contributions in KKR’s 7 match winning streak which helped the team reach the play-offs. Two wins against Kings XI Punjab, one in the play-offs and one in the final made sure that KKR stood on the Champions podium for the second time.

Pat Cummins Likes Watching KKR Youngster Kamlesh Nagarkoti

There are four parallels that can be drawn between Pat Cummins and Kamlesh Nagarkoti. The first one is that they achieved fame as teenagers, the Australian as an 18-year-old Test debutant in 2011 and the Indian as an 18-year old at the 2018 Under-19 World Cup. The second one is that both are right-arm fast bowlers. Thirdly, they are part of the Kolkata Knight Riders, and finally, both have had to deal with injuries after breakthrough outings.

After suffering a stress fracture to the back, Pat Cummins had to wait for nearly six years before he would play Test cricket again for Australia while Kamlesh Nagarkoti hasn’t played top-flight cricket at all before IPL 2020 at UAE since February 2018, having suffered ankle and back injuries. He picked 5 scalps in 10 IPL matches in 2020 averaging 46.2.

Meanwhile, Cummins also said that Team India’s pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah and KKR’s emerging fast bowler Kamlesh Nagarkoti are his favorite bowlers. “I like watching Bumrah bowl and in KKR youngster Kamlesh Nagarkotti,” Cummins replied when a fan asked which bowler does he like to watch.

IPL 2020 was Pat Cummins’ second stint with the Kolkata Knight Riders as he had been part of the set-up between 2014 and 2015 as well. He played only seven games across those two seasons but he was sold for 15.5 crores (then approx. USD 2.1 million) in December 2019 to become the most expensive player in IPL history before Chris Morris broke his record by getting sold for above 16 crores in IPL 2021 auction.

Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Kamlesh Nagarkoti kkr.in Photo Credit: BCCI.

Pat Cummins had an average IPL 2020 season, going wicketless in a lot of games. He found some form towards the second half of the campaign, finishing with 12 wickets in 14 games at a strike rate of 26 and an economy rate of 7.86.

KKR will open their IPL 2021 campaign against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the MA Chidambaram stadium in Chennai on April 11.

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Indian Premier League 2013: Schedule

Indian Premier League 2013: Schedule

Date Match Teams Venue Time (IST)
April 3 1 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils Kolkata 2000
April 4 2 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians Bangalore 2000
April 5 3 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Pune Warriors India Hyderabad 2000
April 6 4 Delhi Daredevils vs Rajasthan Royals Delhi 1600
April 6 5 Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians Chennai 2000
April 7 6 Pune Warriors India vs Kings XI Punjab Pune 1600
April 7 7 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Hyderabad 2000
April 8 8 Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders Jaipur 2000
April 9 9 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad Bangalore 1600
April 9 10 Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils Mumbai 2000
April 10 11 Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings Chandigarh 2000
April 11 12 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders Bangalore 1600
April 11 13 Pune Warriors v Rajasthan Royals Pune 2000
April 12 14 Delhi Daredevils v Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi 2000
April 13 15 Mumbai Indians v Pune Warriors Mumbai 1600
April 13 16 Chennai Super Kings v Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai 2000
April 14 17 Kolkata Knight Riders v Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata 1600
April 14 18 Rajasthan Royals v Kings XI Punjab Jaipur 2000
April 15 19 Chennai Super Kings v Pune Warriors Chennai 2000
April 16 20 Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders Chandigarh 1600
April 16 21 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils Bangalore 2000
April 17 22 Pune Warriors v Sunrisers Hyderabad Pune 1600
April 17 23 Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians Jaipur 2000
April 18 24 Delhi Daredevils v Chennai Super Kings Delhi 2000
April 19 25 Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kings XI Punjab Hyderabad 2000
April 20 26 Kolkata Knight Riders v Chennai Super Kings Kolkata 1600
April 20 27 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals Bangalore 2000
April 21 28 Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians Delhi 1600
April 21 29 Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals Chandigarh 2000
April 22 30 Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan Royals Chennai 2000
April 23 31 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors Bangalore 1600
April 23 32 Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab Delhi 2000
April 24 33 Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians Kolkata 2000
April 25 34 Chennai Super Kings v Sunrisers Hyderabad Chennai 2000
April 26 35 Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab Kolkata 2000
April 27 36 Rajasthan Royals v Sunrisers Hyderabad Jaipur 1600
April 27 37 Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai 2000
April 28 38 Chennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai 1600
April 28 39 Delhi Daredevils v Pune Warriors Raipur 2000
April 29 40 Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore Jaipur 1600
April 29 41 Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab Mumbai 2000
April 30 42 Pune Warriors v Chennai Super Kings Pune 2000
May 1 43 Sunrisers Hyderabad v Mumbai Indians Hyderabad 1600
May 1 44 Delhi Daredevils v Kolkata Knight Riders Raipur 2000
May 2 45 Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab Chennai 1600
May 2 46 Pune Warriors v Royal Challengers Bangalore Pune 2000
May 3 47 Kolkata Knight Riders v Rajasthan Royals Kolkata 2000
May 4 48 Sunrisers Hyderabad v Delhi Daredevils Hyderabad 2000
May 5 49 Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Mumbai 1600
May 5 50 Rajasthan Royals vs Pune Warriors India Jaipur 2000
May 6 51 Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Chandigarh 2000
May 7 52 Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Daredevils Jaipur 1600
May 7 53 Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders Mumbai 2000
May 8 54 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings Hyderabad 2000
May 9 55 Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals Mohali 1600
May 9 56 Pune Warriors India vs Kolkata Knight Riders Pune 2000
May 10 57 Delhi Daredevils vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Delhi 2000
May 11 58 Pune Warriors India vs Mumbai Indians Pune 1600
May 11 59 Kings XI Punjab vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Mohali 2000
May 12 60 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Ranchi 1600
May 12 61 Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings Jaipur 2000
May 13 62 Mumbai Indians v Sunrisers Hyderabad Mumbai 2000
May 14 63 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kings XI Punjab Bangalore 1600
May 14 64 Chennai Super Kings v Delhi Daredevils Chennai 2000
May 15 65 Kolkata Knight Riders v Pune Warriors Ranchi 1600
May 15 66 Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals Mumbai 2000
May 16 67 Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils Dharamsala 2000
May 17 68 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals Hyderabad 2000
May 18 69 Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians Dharamsala 1600
May 18 70 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Chennai Super Kings Bangalore 2000
May 19 71 Pune Warriors v Delhi Daredevils Pune 1600
May 19 72 Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kolkata Knight Riders Hyderabad 2000
May 21 73 Qualifier 1: Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians Delhi 2000
May 22 74 Eliminator: Rajasthan Royals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi 2000
May 24 75 Qualifier 2: Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals Kolkata 2000
May 26 76 FINAL: Chennai Super Kings v Winner Qualifier 2 Kolkata 2000
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Indian Premier League 2014: Schedule

Indian Premier League 2014: Schedule

Date Fixture Details ( Timetable) Venue Match Timing
April 16, 2014 Mumbai Indians Vs Kolkata Knight Riders Abu Dhabi 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 17, 2014 Delhi Daredevils Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Sharjah 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 18, 2014 Chennai Super Kings Vs Kings XI Punjab Abu Dhabi 4pm IST – 10:30am GMT
April 18, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Rajasthan Royals Abu Dhabi 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 19, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Mumbai Indians Dubai 4pm IST – 10:30am GMT
April 19, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Delhi Daredevils Dubai 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 20, 2014 Rajasthan Royals Vs Kings XI Punjab Sharjah 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 21, 2014 Chennai Super Kings Vs Delhi Daredevils Abu Dhabi 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 22, 2014 Kings XI Punjab Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Sharjah 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 23, 2014 Rajasthan Royals Vs Chennai Super Kings Dubai 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 24, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Kolkata Knight Riders Sharjah 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 25, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Delhi Daredevils Dubai 4pm IST – 10:30am GMT
April 25, 2014 Chennai Super Kings Vs Mumbai Indians Dubai 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 26, 2014 Rajasthan Royals Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Abu Dhabi 4pm IST – 10:30am GMT
April 26, 2014 Kings XI Punjab Vs Kolkata Knight Riders Abu Dhabi 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 27, 2014 Delhi Daredevils Vs Mumbai Indians Sharjah 4pm IST – 10:30am GMT
April 27, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Chennai Super Kings Sharjah 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 28, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Kings XI Punjab Dubai 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 29, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Rajasthan Royals Abu Dhabi 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
April 30, 2014 Mumbai Indians Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Dubai 8pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 2, 2014 Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders Ranchi 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 3, 2014 Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab Mumbai 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 3, 2014 Delhi Daredevils vs Rajasthan Royals Delhi 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 4, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Bengaluru 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 5, 2014 Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders Ahmedabad 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 5, 2014 Delhi Daredevils vs Chennai Super Kings Delhi 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 6, 2014 Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 7, 2014 Delhi Daredevils vs Kolkata Knight Riders Delhi 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 7, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings Cuttack 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 8, 2014 Rajasthan Royals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Ahmedabad 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 9, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab Bengaluru 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 10, 2014 Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 10, 2014 Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Mumbai 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 11, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders `Cuttack 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 11, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals Bengaluru 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 12, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians Hyderabad 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 13, 2014 Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals Ranchi 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 13, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Daredevils Bengaluru 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 14, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab Hyderabad 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 14, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians Kolkata 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 15, 2014 Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Daredevils Ahmedabad 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 18, 2014 Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 18, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kolkata Knight Riders Hyderabad 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 19, 2014 Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians Ahmedabad 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 19, 2014 Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab Delhi 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 20, 2014 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Hyderabad 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 20, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super Kings Kolkata 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 21, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians Mohali 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 22, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 22, 2014 Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Chennai 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 23, 2014 Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils Mumbai 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 23, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals Mohali 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 24, 2014 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings Bengaluru 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMT
May 24, 2014 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 25, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Daredevils Mohali 4:00 pm IST – 10:30 am GMTt
May 28, 2014 Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai 4:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 28, 2014 Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Chennai 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
May 30, 2014 Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab Mumbai 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
June 1, 2014 Kolkata Knight Rider vs Kings XI Punjab Bengaluru 8:00pm IST – 2:30pm GMT
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Indian Premier League 2014: Highest Scores

Indian Premier League 2014: Highest Scores

POS PLAYER Mat Inns NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 50 4s 6s
1 Virender Sehwag 17 17 0 455 122 26.76 315 144.44 1 1 56 18
2 Wriddhiman Saha 17 13 2 362 115* 32.9 249 145.38 1 2 33 18
3 Lendl Simmons 8 8 1 394 100* 56.28 291 135.39 1 3 43 14
4 Corey Anderson 12 11 2 265 95* 29.44 181 146.4 0 1 21 15
5 Glenn Maxwell 16 16 0 552 95 34.5 294 187.75 0 4 48 36
6 Manish Pandey 16 16 3 401 94 30.84 340 117.94 0 2 35 10
7 David Warner 14 14 3 528 90 48 375 140.8 0 6 39 24
8 AB de Villiers 14 13 2 395 89* 35.9 249 158.63 0 3 26 24
9 Aaron Finch 13 13 2 309 88* 28.09 263 117.49 0 2 31 9
10 Suresh Raina 16 16 3 523 87 40.23 358 146.08 0 5 51 19
11 Robin Uthappa 16 16 1 660 83* 44 479 137.78 0 5 74 18
12 Yuvraj Singh 14 14 3 376 83 34.18 278 135.25 0 3 22 28
13 Naman Ojha 11 10 4 232 79* 38.66 161 144.09 0 1 14 17
14 Dwayne Smith 16 16 0 566 79 35.37 416 136.05 0 5 50 34
15 Kieron Pollard 15 15 7 273 78 34.12 203 134.48 0 1 15 15
16 Sanju Samson 13 13 0 339 74 26.07 273 124.17 0 2 25 17
17 Karun Nair 11 11 1 330 73* 33 232 142.24 0 3 38 9
18 Virat Kohli 14 14 1 359 73 27.61 294 122.1 0 2 23 16
19 Ajinkya Rahane 13 12 0 339 72 28.25 291 116.49 0 3 38 3
20 Yusuf Pathan 15 12 3 268 72 29.77 165 162.42 0 1 15 20
21 Jacques Kallis 8 7 1 151 72 25.16 129 117.05 0 1 13 4
22 Brendon McCullum 14 14 1 405 71* 31.15 333 121.62 0 3 32 19
23 Gautam Gambhir 16 16 1 335 69 22.33 293 114.33 0 3 36 4
24 Dinesh Karthik 14 14 0 325 69 23.21 258 125.96 0 3 28 11
25 Ambati Rayudu 15 14 0 361 68 25.78 287 125.78 0 2 31 8
26 JP Duminy 14 14 6 410 67* 51.25 305 134.42 0 2 22 20
27 Manan Vohra 8 8 0 324 67 40.5 233 139.05 0 1 27 16
28 David Miller 16 16 6 446 66 44.6 299 149.16 0 3 34 21
29 Shikhar Dhawan 14 14 1 377 64* 29 319 118.18 0 2 49 7
30 Manoj Tiwary 8 8 3 152 61* 30.4 118 128.81 0 1 14 4
31 Shakib Al Hasan 13 11 4 227 60 32.42 152 149.34 0 1 22 7
32 Rohit Sharma 15 15 2 390 59* 30 302 129.13 0 3 31 16
33 Kevin Pietersen 11 11 1 294 58 29.4 233 126.18 0 1 34 7
34 MS Dhoni 16 15 10 371 57* 74.2 250 148.4 0 1 22 20
35 Parthiv Patel 12 12 2 205 57* 20.5 185 110.81 0 1 30 1
36 Michael Hussey 9 9 0 209 56 23.22 182 114.83 0 2 17 7
37 Faf du Plessis 15 12 1 303 54* 27.54 235 128.93 0 2 26 7
38 Murali Vijay 11 11 0 207 52 18.81 192 107.81 0 1 20 5
39 Shane Watson 13 13 1 240 51 20 196 122.44 0 2 19 14
40 David Hussey 5 4 2 116 50* 58 94 123.4 0 1 8 6
41 Steve Smith 10 7 3 147 48* 36.75 110 133.63 0 0 13 4
42 Stuart Binny 13 12 2 123 48* 12.3 121 101.65 0 0 4 5
43 Quinton de Kock 7 7 0 153 48 21.85 130 117.69 0 0 19 4
44 Chris Gayle 9 9 0 196 46 21.77 184 106.52 0 0 18 12
45 Lokesh Rahul 11 8 0 166 46 20.75 164 101.21 0 0 12 3
46 Yogesh Takawale 5 5 0 104 45 20.8 91 114.28 0 0 17 1
47 Chris Lynn 2 2 0 58 45 29 49 118.36 0 0 5 3
48 Ross Taylor 4 4 1 59 43* 19.66 59 100 0 0 6 0
49 Axar Patel 17 8 2 62 42* 10.33 60 103.33 0 0 6 1
50 James Faulkner 13 12 8 181 41* 45.25 94 192.55 0 0 8 16
51 George Bailey 17 16 7 257 40* 28.55 190 135.26 0 0 19 10
52 Cheteshwar Pujara 6 6 1 125 40* 25 124 100.8 0 0 17 0
53 Brad Hodge 4 4 1 101 40 33.66 72 140.27 0 0 4 6
54 Shaun Marsh 2 2 0 70 40 35 52 134.61 0 0 7 3
55 Kedar Jadhav 10 10 5 149 37 29.8 101 147.52 0 0 13 7
56 Ravindra Jadeja 16 10 5 146 36* 29.2 110 132.72 0 0 9 5
57 Suryakumar Yadav 16 10 5 164 34 32.8 117 140.17 0 0 16 5
58 CM Gautam 9 9 2 121 33 17.28 111 109 0 0 13 5
59 Kevon Cooper 5 5 2 39 32 13 26 150 0 0 2 3
60 Mayank Agarwal 8 8 0 115 31 14.37 91 126.37 0 0 12 3
61 Ankit Sharma 3 2 0 34 30 17 30 113.33 0 0 4 1
62 Darren Sammy 10 9 2 108 29 15.42 91 118.68 0 0 4 8
63 Mitchell Starc 14 9 3 85 29 14.16 84 101.19 0 0 9 0
64 Dhawal Kulkarni 8 2 2 35 28* 25 140 0 0 1 2
65 Venugopal Rao 7 5 2 71 27 23.66 63 112.69 0 0 8 0
66 Ryan ten Doeschate 10 7 3 52 25* 13 33 157.57 0 0 3 4
67 Aditya Tare 15 12 4 126 24 15.75 98 128.57 0 0 16 3
68 Rilee Rossouw 3 3 0 39 24 13 41 95.12 0 0 2 2
69 Rishi Dhawan 13 6 4 82 23* 41 75 109.33 0 0 8 1
70 Irfan Pathan 10 6 4 55 23* 27.5 54 101.85 0 0 5 0
71 Rajat Bhatia 12 7 2 67 23 13.4 53 126.41 0 0 4 3
72 Abhishek Nayar 5 4 1 43 23 14.33 47 91.48 0 0 5 1
73 Jimmy Neesham 4 3 0 42 22 14 46 91.3 0 0 3 1
74 Laxmi Ratan Shukla 5 3 0 31 21 10.33 38 81.57 0 0 2 1
75 Mandeep Singh 3 3 0 24 21 8 26 92.3 0 0 2 0
76 Ben Dunk 3 3 0 40 20 13.33 35 114.28 0 0 7 0
77 Sachin Rana 9 7 4 73 19* 24.33 65 112.3 0 0 7 1
78 Karn Sharma 14 8 4 42 17* 10.5 29 144.82 0 0 1 3
79 Varun Aaron 10 3 3 35 17* 34 102.94 0 0 2 1
80 Piyush Chawla 11 5 2 31 17* 10.33 19 163.15 0 0 4 1
81 Mitchell Johnson 14 8 5 56 16* 18.66 50 112 0 0 4 3
82 Albie Morkel 7 5 2 45 16 15 41 109.75 0 0 1 3
83 Vijay Zol 3 2 0 29 16 14.5 26 111.53 0 0 3 1
84 Rahul Tewatia 3 1 0 16 16 16 13 123.07 0 0 0 1
85 Jason Holder 1 1 0 16 16 16 12 133.33 0 0 2 1
86 Ravichandran Ashwin 16 6 3 45 14 15 45 100 0 0 4 0
87 Rahul Shukla 3 3 2 18 14 18 21 85.71 0 0 2 0
88 Mithun Manhas 12 5 3 35 13* 17.5 23 152.17 0 0 3 1
89 Ravi Rampaul 2 1 0 13 13 13 13 100 0 0 0 1
90 Dale Steyn 14 4 1 22 12 7.33 26 84.61 0 0 1 0
91 Nic Maddinson 2 2 0 16 12 8 14 114.28 0 0 3 0
92 Shreyas Gopal 4 1 0 11 11 11 10 110 0 0 1 0
93 Harbhajan Singh 14 7 2 28 10* 5.6 25 112 0 0 2 2
94 Moises Henriques 4 2 0 9 9 4.5 14 64.28 0 0 1 0
95 Dwayne Bravo 1 1 1 8 8* 3 266.66 0 0 0 1
96 Ben Cutting 1 1 0 8 8 8 6 133.33 0 0 0 1
97 Zaheer Khan 6 4 3 8 7* 8 7 114.28 0 0 0 1
98 Harshal Patel 3 3 1 13 6 6.5 7 185.71 0 0 1 1
99 Sunil Narine 16 5 3 10 6 5 14 71.42 0 0 0 0
100 Morne Morkel 12 2 2 4 4* 3 133.33 0 0 0 0
Yusuf Pathan
Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

Indian Premier League 2014: Fastest Fifties

Indian Premier League 2014: Fastest Fifties

POS PLAYER Against Venue Match Date BF 6s 4s Runs
1 Yusuf Pathan SRH Eden Gardens 24 May 2014 15 7 5 72
2 Suresh Raina KXIP Wankhede Stadium 30 May 2014 16 6 12 87
3 David Miller RR Sharjah Cricket Stadium 20 April 2014 19 6 0 51
4 Virender Sehwag CSK Wankhede Stadium 30 May 2014 21 8 12 122
5 Glenn Maxwell SRH Sharjah Cricket Stadium 22 April 2014 21 9 5 95
6 Glenn Maxwell CSK Barabati Stadium 07 May 2014 22 8 6 90
7 Wriddhiman Saha SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 14 May 2014 22 2 8 54
8 Faf du Plessis KXIP Barabati Stadium 07 May 2014 22 1 7 52
9 AB de Villiers SRH M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 04 May 2014 23 8 6 89
10 David Miller RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 09 May 2014 23 3 8 66
11 Yuvraj Singh RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 May 2014 24 7 7 83
12 Yuvraj Singh DD M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 13 May 2014 24 9 1 68
13 Glenn Maxwell CSK Zayed Cricket Stadium 18 April 2014 25 2 15 95
14 Corey Anderson RR Wankhede Stadium 25 May 2014 25 6 9 95
15 David Warner CSK JSCA Stadium 22 May 2014 25 3 12 90
16 AB de Villiers KXIP M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 09 May 2014 25 5 1 53
17 Karun Nair MI Wankhede Stadium 25 May 2014 26 2 7 50
18 Lendl Simmons KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 21 May 2014 27 2 14 100
19 Dwayne Smith RR Dubai International Stadium 23 April 2014 27 3 6 50
20 Glenn Maxwell RR Sharjah Cricket Stadium 20 April 2014 28 6 8 89
21 Michael Hussey DD Wankhede Stadium 23 May 2014 28 2 7 56
22 Yuvraj Singh DD Sharjah Cricket Stadium 17 April 2014 28 5 3 52
23 Shane Watson KXIP Sharjah Cricket Stadium 20 April 2014 28 3 5 50
24 Wriddhiman Saha KKR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 01 June 2014 29 8 10 115
25 Naman Ojha KXIP Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 14 May 2014 29 7 4 79
26 Robin Uthappa CSK Eden Gardens 20 May 2014 29 1 10 67
27 Suresh Raina MI Brabourne Stadium 28 May 2014 29 2 4 54
28 Brendon McCullum KXIP Zayed Cricket Stadium 18 April 2014 30 5 4 67
29 AB de Villiers RR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 May 2014 30 5 1 58
30 David Warner MI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 12 May 2014 30 2 6 55
31 Manish Pandey KXIP M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 01 June 2014 31 6 7 94
32 Rohit Sharma RCB Wankhede Stadium 06 May 2014 31 4 3 59
33 Shakib Al Hasan RCB Eden Gardens 22 May 2014 32 3 5 60
34 Brendon McCullum KKR JSCA Stadium 02 May 2014 32 2 5 56
35 Michael Hussey RR Sardar Patel Stadium 19 May 2014 32 2 3 56
36 Gautam Gambhir RR Sardar Patel Stadium 05 May 2014 32 1 6 54
37 David Miller CSK Zayed Cricket Stadium 18 April 2014 32 3 3 54
38 Sanju Samson KXIP Sharjah Cricket Stadium 20 April 2014 32 4 3 52
39 David Hussey SRH JSCA Stadium 22 May 2014 33 2 5 50
40 Robin Uthappa RCB Eden Gardens 22 May 2014 34 1 10 83
41 Robin Uthappa MI Barabati Stadium 14 May 2014 34 3 9 80
42 Ambati Rayudu SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 12 May 2014 34 2 7 68
43 Virat Kohli SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 20 May 2014 34 4 4 67
44 Kevin Pietersen KXIP IS Bindra Stadium 25 May 2014 34 0 9 58
45 Karun Nair RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 11 May 2014 34 0 8 56
46 Virender Sehwag KKR Barabati Stadium 11 May 2014 35 1 11 72
47 Dinesh Karthik KXIP Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 19 May 2014 35 3 7 69
48 Suresh Raina RCB JSCA Stadium 18 May 2014 35 1 6 62
49 JP Duminy KKR Dubai International Stadium 19 April 2014 35 3 3 52
50 Dinesh Karthik CSK Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 05 May 2014 35 3 4 51
51 Shane Watson CSK JSCA Stadium 13 May 2014 35 4 3 51
52 Sanju Samson MI Wankhede Stadium 25 May 2014 36 3 7 74
53 Brendon McCullum MI Dubai International Stadium 25 April 2014 36 2 8 71
54 Lendl Simmons CSK Brabourne Stadium 28 May 2014 36 4 5 67
55 Suresh Raina DD Zayed Cricket Stadium 21 April 2014 36 1 5 56
56 Dinesh Karthik KKR Dubai International Stadium 19 April 2014 36 2 5 56
57 Aaron Finch DD Dubai International Stadium 25 April 2014 37 4 8 88
58 Kieron Pollard SRH Dubai International Stadium 30 April 2014 37 6 3 78
59 Jacques Kallis MI Zayed Cricket Stadium 16 April 2014 37 3 5 72
60 Dwayne Smith KXIP Zayed Cricket Stadium 18 April 2014 37 3 6 66
61 Dwayne Smith SRH Sharjah Cricket Stadium 27 April 2014 37 5 4 66
62 Dwayne Smith DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 05 May 2014 38 8 4 79
63 Gautam Gambhir KXIP Barabati Stadium 11 May 2014 38 0 7 63
64 Ambati Rayudu CSK Wankhede Stadium 10 May 2014 38 4 2 59
65 Robin Uthappa DD Dubai International Stadium 19 April 2014 38 1 6 55
66 Gautam Gambhir DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 07 May 2014 39 2 5 69
67 Lendl Simmons SRH Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 12 May 2014 39 4 5 68
68 Robin Uthappa RR Sardar Patel Stadium 05 May 2014 39 3 5 65
69 Manoj Tiwary RR Sardar Patel Stadium 15 May 2014 39 2 5 61
70 MS Dhoni SRH JSCA Stadium 22 May 2014 39 4 2 57
71 Murali Vijay SRH Dubai International Stadium 25 April 2014 39 1 7 52
72 Shikhar Dhawan RCB Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 20 May 2014 39 1 7 50
73 Virat Kohli CSK M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 24 May 2014 40 5 2 73
74 Shikhar Dhawan CSK JSCA Stadium 22 May 2014 40 2 4 64
75 David Warner DD Dubai International Stadium 25 April 2014 40 3 3 58
76 Rohit Sharma CSK Dubai International Stadium 25 April 2014 40 2 3 50
77 Karun Nair DD Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 03 May 2014 41 2 8 73
78 Aaron Finch MI Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 12 May 2014 41 2 7 68
79 David Warner MI Dubai International Stadium 30 April 2014 41 4 1 65
80 David Warner RCB Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium 20 May 2014 41 4 3 59
81 Manan Vohra KKR M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 01 June 2014 42 2 6 67
82 Manish Pandey MI Zayed Cricket Stadium 16 April 2014 42 2 6 64
83 Parthiv Patel MI Dubai International Stadium 19 April 2014 42 0 7 57
84 Suresh Raina KKR Eden Gardens 20 May 2014 43 5 3 65
85 Lendl Simmons RR Sardar Patel Stadium 19 May 2014 43 2 6 62
86 David Warner RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 04 May 2014 43 3 4 61
87 Wriddhiman Saha MI Wankhede Stadium 03 May 2014 43 3 4 59
88 Faf du Plessis RCB M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 24 May 2014 43 3 3 54
89 Rohit Sharma KKR Barabati Stadium 14 May 2014 43 2 4 51
90 Ajinkya Rahane KKR Zayed Cricket Stadium 29 April 2014 44 1 6 72
91 JP Duminy RCB Sharjah Cricket Stadium 17 April 2014 44 3 4 67
92 Ajinkya Rahane DD Sardar Patel Stadium 15 May 2014 45 1 8 64
93 Ajinkya Rahane SRH Zayed Cricket Stadium 18 April 2014 46 0 6 59
94 Dwayne Smith MI Wankhede Stadium 10 May 2014 49 3 5 57
Glenn Maxwell. (Photo credit should read SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Indian Premier League 2014: Player Points

Indian Premier League 2014: Player Points

POS PLAYER Pts Mat Wkts Dots 4s 6s Catches Stumpings
1 Glenn Maxwell 286 16 1 14 48 36 9 0
2 Dwayne Smith 285.5 16 4 15 50 34 5 0
3 Robin Uthappa 268 16 0 0 74 18 1 7
4 Suresh Raina 259 16 1 34 51 19 11 0
5 Axar Patel 252.5 17 17 157 6 1 7 0
6 Shakib Al Hasan 238.5 13 11 113 22 7 3 0
7 Sunil Narine 235.5 16 21 157 0 0 2 0
8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 227 14 20 152 0 0 2 0
9 Mitchell Johnson 225 14 17 135 4 3 4 0
10 Mitchell Starc 221 14 14 127 9 0 9 0
11 Ravindra Jadeja 218.5 16 19 102 9 5 4 0
12 Virender Sehwag 215.5 17 0 0 56 18 5 0
13 Yuvraj Singh 213.5 14 5 33 22 28 4 0
14 Harbhajan Singh 206.5 14 14 138 2 2 3 0
15 Mohit Sharma 206 16 23 118 0 0 3 0
16 Morne Morkel 205 12 12 148 0 0 6 0
17 Dale Steyn 203.5 14 11 145 1 0 7 0
18 David Warner 201.5 14 0 0 39 24 8 0
19 JP Duminy 200.5 14 3 60 22 20 2 0
20 Ravichandran Ashwin 198.5 16 16 130 4 0 1 0
21 David Miller 193.5 16 0 0 34 21 14 0
22 James Faulkner 191.5 13 11 72 8 16 2 0
23 Shane Watson 185.5 13 7 57 19 14 3 0
24 Karn Sharma 179.5 14 15 114 1 3 0 0
25 Wriddhiman Saha 175.5 17 0 0 33 18 8 4
26 Sandeep Sharma 174.5 11 18 109 0 0 1 0
27 Lendl Simmons 167 8 1 2 43 14 2 0
28 Corey Anderson 166.5 12 4 35 21 15 5 0
29 AB de Villiers 166.5 14 0 0 26 24 7 0
30 Yuzvendra Chahal 164.5 14 12 115 0 0 3 0
31 Brendon McCullum 161.5 14 0 0 32 19 6 0
32 Rishi Dhawan 161.5 13 13 85 8 1 3 0
33 Shikhar Dhawan 159.5 14 0 0 49 7 5 0
34 Lasith Malinga 155 10 16 99 0 0 0 0
35 Varun Aaron 154.5 10 16 90 2 1 0 0
36 Rohit Sharma 153.5 15 1 4 31 16 5 0
37 Piyush Chawla 149 11 14 79 4 1 3 0
38 Kieron Pollard 147.5 15 2 33 15 15 7 0
39 Pravin Tambe 146.5 13 15 89 0 0 2 0
40 Ishwar Pandey 143 13 6 112 0 0 4 0
41 Sanju Samson 139.5 13 0 0 25 17 5 2
42 Umesh Yadav 138.5 12 11 95 0 0 2 0
43 Karun Nair 136.5 11 0 0 38 9 4 0
44 MS Dhoni 135 16 0 0 22 20 3 1
45 Dinesh Karthik 131 14 0 0 28 11 7 2
46 Manan Vohra 131 8 0 0 27 16 3 0
47 Rajat Bhatia 131 12 12 56 4 3 5 0
48 Virat Kohli 131 14 0 0 23 16 7 0
49 Manish Pandey 130 16 0 0 35 10 3 0
50 Mohammed Shami 126.5 12 7 102 0 0 0 0
51 Aaron Finch 124 13 0 0 31 9 6 0
52 Faf du Plessis 122 15 0 0 26 7 13 0
53 Yusuf Pathan 121 15 0 1 15 20 5 0
54 Ambati Rayudu 120.5 15 0 0 31 8 6 0
55 Ajinkya Rahane 120.5 13 0 0 38 3 6 0
56 Kevin Pietersen 114.5 11 0 0 34 7 2 0
57 Lakshmipathy Balaji 114 9 12 72 0 0 0 0
58 Naman Ojha 112 11 0 0 14 17 6 1
59 Gautam Gambhir 111.5 16 0 0 36 4 3 0
60 Jasprit Bumrah 109.5 11 5 92 0 0 0 0
61 Parthiv Patel 108.5 12 0 0 30 1 11 1
62 Wayne Parnell 108 8 6 82 0 0 2 0
63 Dhawal Kulkarni 105.5 8 6 70 1 2 2 0
64 Jacques Kallis 104.5 8 4 39 13 4 2 0
65 George Bailey 102.5 17 0 0 19 10 8 0
66 Kane Richardson 101 7 9 62 0 0 3 0
67 Ben Hilfenhaus 100.5 8 8 70 0 0 1 0
68 Shahbaz Nadeem 94 11 8 66 0 0 0 0
69 Chris Gayle 92 9 0 0 18 12 2 0
70 Jaydev Unadkat 90.5 9 9 59 0 0 0 0
71 Amit Mishra 90.5 10 7 66 0 0 0 0
72 Murali Vijay 89.5 11 0 2 20 5 8 0
73 Karanveer Singh 83 5 11 42 0 0 1 0
74 Vinay Kumar 83 9 7 56 0 0 1 0
75 Ashok Dinda 81.5 9 5 64 0 0 0 0
76 Darren Sammy 81 10 3 20 4 8 5 0
77 Suryakumar Yadav 77 16 0 2 16 5 7 0
78 Zaheer Khan 77 6 5 56 0 1 0 0
79 Imran Tahir 74.5 6 9 38 2 0 0 0
80 Michael Hussey 74.5 9 0 0 17 7 3 0
81 Parvinder Awana 72.5 7 7 48 0 0 0 0
82 Irfan Pathan 72.5 10 4 41 5 0 2 0
83 Albie Morkel 72 7 4 40 1 3 2 0
84 Steve Smith 69 10 0 0 13 4 9 0
85 Kevon Cooper 68.5 5 4 34 2 3 2 0
86 Quinton de Kock 66.5 7 0 0 19 4 2 0
87 CM Gautam 65 9 0 0 13 5 3 3
88 Kedar Jadhav 64.5 10 0 0 13 7 3 0
89 Stuart Binny 63.5 13 3 18 4 5 3 0
90 Ashish Nehra 58 4 8 30 0 0 0 0
91 Aditya Tare 58 15 0 0 16 3 0 3
92 Shreyas Gopal 56 4 6 30 1 0 1 0
93 David Hussey 55.5 5 2 5 8 6 1 0
94 Manoj Tiwary 54.5 8 0 3 14 4 1 0
95 Yogesh Takawale 53.5 5 0 0 17 1 2 1
96 Lokesh Rahul 50.5 11 0 0 12 3 4 0
97 Shivam Sharma 49.5 4 3 34 1 0 1 0
98 Ankit Sharma 49.5 3 4 22 4 1 0 0
99 Samuel Badree 47 4 2 40 0 0 0 0
100 Muttiah Muralitharan 46.5 5 3 36 0 0 0 0
101 Ryan ten Doeschate 45.5 10 1 13 3 4 3 0
102 Praveen Kumar 43.5 3 3 33 0 0 0 0
103 Mayank Agarwal 43 8 0 0 12 3 1 0
104 Cheteshwar Pujara 42.5 6 0 0 17 0 0 0
105 Harshal Patel 42 3 4 22 1 1 0 0
106 Beuran Hendricks 41.5 3 4 25 0 0 1 0
107 Moises Henriques 39 4 4 20 1 0 1 0
108 Abu Nechim 38 4 3 25 1 0 0 0
109 Laxmi Ratan Shukla 36.5 5 1 22 2 1 1 0
110 Ishant Sharma 36.5 3 3 26 0 0 0 0
111 Brad Hodge 36 4 0 0 4 6 2 0
112 Shaun Marsh 33 2 0 0 7 3 2 0
113 Rahul Shukla 32.5 3 2 18 2 0 1 0
114 Tim Southee 32.5 3 0 25 1 0 2 0
115 Rahul Tewatia 31.5 3 2 21 0 1 0 0
116 Sachin Rana 31.5 9 0 3 7 1 3 0
117 Siddarth Kaul 31 5 2 24 0 0 0 0
118 Jimmy Neesham 28.5 4 1 14 3 1 0 0
119 Chris Lynn 28 2 0 0 5 3 2 0
120 Krishmar Santokie 28 2 3 15 0 0 1 0
121 Venugopal Rao 28 7 0 3 8 0 2 0
122 Ben Dunk 25 3 0 0 7 0 3 0
123 Ravi Rampaul 25 2 1 18 0 1 0 0
124 Jason Holder 23 1 1 6 2 1 2 0
125 Ross Taylor 20 4 0 0 6 0 2 0
126 Parveez Rasool 20 3 1 14 0 0 1 0
127 Nathan Coulter-Nile 19 2 2 12 0 0 0 0
128 Mithun Manhas 18.5 12 0 0 3 1 3 0
129 Abhishek Nayar 18.5 5 0 0 5 1 1 0
130 Ben Cutting 18.5 1 1 9 0 1 1 0
131 Murali Kartik 16 2 1 10 0 0 1 0
132 Pat Cummins 15.5 1 1 12 0 0 0 0
133 Marchant de Lange 14 1 2 7 0 0 0 0
134 Vikramjeet Malik 13 1 1 7 0 0 1 0
135 John Hastings 12.5 1 1 9 0 0 0 0
136 Rahul Sharma 12.5 2 1 9 0 0 0 0
137 Rilee Rossouw 12 3 0 0 2 2 0 0
138 Pawan Suyal 11.5 1 1 8 0 0 0 0
139 Vijay Zol 11 3 0 0 3 1 0 0
140 Pawan Negi 10.5 2 0 8 0 0 1 0
141 Nic Maddinson 10 2 0 0 3 0 1 0
142 Andre Russell 9.5 2 1 6 0 0 0 0
143 Mandeep Singh 7.5 3 0 0 2 0 1 0
144 Iqbal Abdulla 4.5 1 0 2 0 0 1 0
145 Shadab Jakati 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 0
146 Dwayne Bravo 3.5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
147 Manvinder Bisla 2.5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
148 Dishant Yagnik 2.5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
149 Vijay Shankar 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
150 Unmukt Chand 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
151 Srikkanth Anirudha 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
IPL 2008, Most Dot Balls
Shane Watson. (Photo by Robert Cianflone-IPL 2010/IPL via Getty Images)

Indian Premier League 2014: Most Hat Tricks

Indian Premier League 2014: Most Hat Tricks

POS PLAYER Mat Inns Ov Runs Wkts HT Avg Econ SR 4w 5w
1 Pravin Tambe 13 13 49 356 15 1 23.73 7.26 19.6 1 0
2 Shane Watson 13 9 21 165 7 1 23.57 7.85 18 0 0
Dale Steyn, Cricket South Africa,
Dale Steyn. (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/GettyImages)

Indian Premier League 2014: Fastest Balls

Indian Premier League 2014: Fastest Balls

POS PLAYER Speed (km/h)
1 Dale Steyn 152.44
2 Morne Morkel 151.34
3 Morne Morkel 151.18
4 Mitchell Johnson 150.83
5 Mitchell Johnson 150.83
6 Dale Steyn 150.82
7 Morne Morkel 150.73
8 Dale Steyn 150.7
9 Morne Morkel 150.7
10 Morne Morkel 150.7
11 Pat Cummins 150.51
12 Mitchell Johnson 150.51
13 Morne Morkel 150.5
14 Mitchell Johnson 150.28
15 Mitchell Johnson 150.19
16 Morne Morkel 150.14
17 Morne Morkel 150.08
18 Mitchell Johnson 150.03
19 Mitchell Johnson 150.03
20 Morne Morkel 149.85
21 Dale Steyn 149.8
22 Morne Morkel 149.69
23 Dale Steyn 149.63
24 Pat Cummins 149.61
25 Morne Morkel 149.59
26 Morne Morkel 149.46
27 Morne Morkel 149.43
28 Mitchell Johnson 149.41
29 Mitchell Johnson 149.38
30 Mitchell Johnson 149.38
31 Mitchell Johnson 149.38
32 Mitchell Johnson 149.38
33 Dale Steyn 149.36
34 Morne Morkel 149.35
35 Pat Cummins 149.34
36 Morne Morkel 149.32
37 Dale Steyn 149.31
38 Morne Morkel 149.3
39 Morne Morkel 149.22
40 Mitchell Johnson 149.22
41 Mitchell Johnson 149.22
42 Morne Morkel 149.22
43 Morne Morkel 149.17
44 Mitchell Johnson 149.06
45 Mitchell Johnson 149.06
46 Mitchell Johnson 149.06
47 Dale Steyn 148.98
48 Varun Aaron 148.96
49 Dale Steyn 148.92
50 Dale Steyn 148.91
51 Mitchell Johnson 148.9
52 Mitchell Johnson 148.9
53 Morne Morkel 148.9
54 Mitchell Johnson 148.86
55 Varun Aaron 148.86
56 Morne Morkel 148.81
57 Morne Morkel 148.76
58 Morne Morkel 148.74
59 Mitchell Johnson 148.72
60 Mitchell Starc 148.69
61 Umesh Yadav 148.67
62 Dale Steyn 148.67
63 Dale Steyn 148.62
64 Mitchell Johnson 148.58
65 Dale Steyn 148.53
66 Dale Steyn 148.52
67 Dale Steyn 148.49
68 Dale Steyn 148.49
69 Umesh Yadav 148.48
70 Varun Aaron 148.43
71 Mitchell Johnson 148.42
72 Dale Steyn 148.42
73 Mitchell Johnson 148.42
74 Mitchell Johnson 148.42
75 Varun Aaron 148.42
76 Mitchell Johnson 148.39
77 Morne Morkel 148.38
78 Morne Morkel 148.36
79 Dale Steyn 148.36
80 Morne Morkel 148.31
81 Dale Steyn 148.3
82 Morne Morkel 148.27
83 Varun Aaron 148.26
84 Dale Steyn 148.22
85 Morne Morkel 148.2
86 Morne Morkel 148.17
87 Mitchell Johnson 148.16
88 Morne Morkel 148.14
89 Morne Morkel 148.12
90 Mitchell Johnson 148.1
91 Mitchell Johnson 148.1
92 Umesh Yadav 148.07
93 Varun Aaron 148.07
94 Varun Aaron 148.04
95 Dale Steyn 148.01
96 Mitchell Starc 148
97 Dale Steyn 147.95
98 Mohammed Shami 147.94
99 Varun Aaron 147.91
100 Mitchell Starc 147.9
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