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Suryakumar Yadav plays a shot during the first one day international cricket match between Sri Lanka and India in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Sunday, July 18 (Photo | AP)
Suryakumar Yadav plays a shot during the first one day international cricket match between Sri Lanka and India in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Sunday, July 18 (Photo | AP)
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Fortunes Changed After Representing Mumbai Indians In 2018, Says Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar Yadav has admitted that his fortunes have taken a turn for the good ever since he started representing Mumbai Indians (MI) in the IPL. The 30-year-old made his ODI debut in the first one-dayer against Sri Lanka and was named man of the series for registering scores of 31 not out, 53, and 40 in the three-match series.

India went down to Sri Lanka by three wickets (D/L method) in the final ODI in Colombo but clinched the series 2-1. At a post-match conference, Suryakumar Yadav said that he became a more mature cricketer after he started playing for Mumbai Indians.

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Suryakumar Yadav (BCCI)

Suryakumar Yadav: Things Changed After Representing Mumbai Indians From 2018

His sensational run for Mumbai Indians in the IPL earned him a spot in the England T20I series at home. With 512 runs in the 2018 season, followed by 424 runs in 2019 and 480 runs in 2020, the conversation around the Mumbai batsman shifted to the prospects of him doing the same for Men in Blue.

It took until the fourth T20I in the five-match series against England earlier this year for him to get a chance to bat in international cricket, where an instant impact was made. His 31-ball 57, consisting of six fours and three sixes, bore an uncanny resemblance to what he regularly pulled off for his IPL franchise. He did it again just two days later with a 17-ball 32 in the fifth T20I.

Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav (Image Credit: Twitter)

“I have always been batting the same that I am batting right now. After I came to Mumbai Indians in 2018, things started changing a bit. I got to know what my responsibility is. How to go about my game and how can I take it one step ahead. That’s when I started practicing even more. I talked to all the players who knew me really well since the last 5-6 years. I am happy with the way things are going.”

Speaking about his bold stroke play, Suryakumar Yadav stated that playing cricket in Mumbai has taught him a lot and made him tougher as a batsman.

“Talking about the strokes, I have been a Mumbai boy. So, whenever you grow up in Mumbai, the types of cricket you get over there, club games and domestic cricket, they are very challenging.

“There, automatically I have to think what strokes I have to play on that kind of wickets. The same thing I have carried on to the international stage as well. I will be doing the same things, just try to keep things simple and follow my routine.”

Suryakumar Yadav returned to Mumbai Indians for the 11th season of the IPL in 2018 and made a splash. Bought for INR 3.2 crore, the Mumbai batsman used his ample knowledge of the Wankhede Stadium pitch and made full use of the opportunities given to him.

In a season where they failed to qualify for the playoffs, Suryakumar Yadav shone with his performances at the top of the order. Asked to open the batting, Suryakumar Yadav excelled in his role and scored over 500 runs in 2018, including four fifties.

Suryakumar Yadav: It’s A Dream Representing India

Suryakumar Yadav made his international debut in the home series against England after what seemed like a never-ending wait. Asked if he feels he belongs at the international level now, the cricketer replied that it’s a dream to represent India.

Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav (Instagram)

“Obviously, it’s a dream playing for India. There has been a lot of effort, pride and patience behind this. It has been worth the wait and I am really happy about it. From now on, how I build it, it is all in my hands. And I am really excited for the journey ahead.”

Suryakumar Yadav has so far featured in 3 ODIs and as many T20Is and has scored 124 and 89 runs respectively. The 30-year-old from Mumbai clinched the man of the series award for amassing 124 runs with the highest score of 53 in his debut ODI series against Sri Lanka.

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Rashid Khan[photo: Twitter]
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Rashid Khan Expressed Desire To Bowl To Retired Sachin Tendulkar Again

Rashid Khan, Afghanistan’s spin sensation has expressed his desire to bowl to the Master Blaster someday. Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar continues to be a source of inspiration for players of the present generation.

While several were lucky to share the field with the batting maestro, others who missed the privilege often wish to have that opportunity sometime in their lifetime.’

Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan (Photo Credit: Twitter/@cricketworldcup)

Rashid Khan: It Would Be A Huge Pleasure To Bowl To Someone Like Retired Batting Legend Sachin Tendulkar

During a recent interaction with Crickwick on YouTube, Rashid Khan was replying to a specific question about Sachin Tendulkar losing his wicket to leg-spinner just once during the last 13 years of his limited-overs career. In response, Rashid Khan said that’s the reason why he wants to bowl to him as he (Sachin Tendulkar) hardly loses his wicket to leg-spinners.

The leggie added that “more than getting him out, it would be a huge pleasure to bowl to someone like Tendulkar.”

Sachin Tendulkar Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images
Sachin Tendulkar Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

He further reiterated that picking his wicket is a “different thing”, but it would be a “dream come true” to just bowl to the legendary cricketer. During the interview, he also spoke about his style and said, as a spinner one needs to have an idea of the kind of deliveries they need to “bowl to a particular batsman”.

Rashid Khan Will Be Seen In Action In The Pakistan Super League Next

Rashid Khan further explained that every batsman plays his “deliveries differently” and that led him to “study really hard” on how or where to bowl at them. Rashid Khan also recalled bowling to former Pakistan great Inzamam-ul-Haq and considered it to be a huge moment for him.

Rashid Khan made his One-day International debut for Afghanistan against Zimbabwe in October 2015 and has become an indispensable part of the national team. The 22-year-old leg-spinner has so far played in five Tests, picking 34 wickets, while in 74 ODIs he took 140 wickets. In the T20 Internationals, he has scalped 85 wickets from 51 outings.

Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan. Image Credits: Twitter

The spin sensation — who is one of the most wanted players for the T20 franchises across the globe –will be next seen in action in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Rashid Khan, who plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, is set to turn out for Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. Ever since his debut IPL season in 2017, Rashid Khan has garnered all the right eyeballs owing to his mastery with the ball.

The leg-spinner turned in a few memorable match-winning efforts in SRH’s journey to the finals of the 2018 edition. He took 21 wickets and emerged as the second-highest wicket-taker in that edition. He has 85 scalps in 69 IPL games averaging a mere 20.1 at an economic rate of 6.23-the lowest economy rate ever in IPL history.

Rashid Khan has been SRH’s standout bowler over the last few seasons of the IPL. The Afghanistan leg-spinner has grabbed 10 wickets in 7 games in IPL 2021 at an impressive average of 17.20 and a splendid economy rate of 6.14.

Corey Anderson
Corey Anderson (Image Credit: Twitter)
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Corey Anderson Reveals His Feeling After Getting Hammered By MS Dhoni In IPL 2018

Many bowlers fear to bowl MS Dhoni when he gets settled down and shows fine touch. Recently, the New Zealand cricketer Corey Anderson has shared his experience during an IPL match where Dhoni blasted him and snatched an incredible victory.

It was the IPL 2018 match between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (Bangalore) on 25th April 2018. After the RCB scored 205/8 (20 overs) in the first innings, CSK were struggling on 135/4 in 15 overs, and they still needed to score 71 runs in the last five overs. Both the opener Ambati Rayudu (61 runs off 44 balls) and the skipper MS Dhoni (38 runs off 22 balls) were set in the crease at that moment as they already built up the 61 runs partnership for that fifth wicket.

Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni
Ambati Rayudu and MS Dhoni (Image Credit: Twitter)

Since then, the RCB left-arm pacer Corey Anderson bowled three overs (actually 2.4 overs), where Rayudu and Dhoni showed their bossy batting skills. Before that match-deciding spell, Dhoni already hit him for a sixer during the 12th over of that innings. Later, in Anderson’s second spell of that match, Dhoni hit two more sixes. In that game, Dhoni scored 24 runs off just nine balls (strike-rate 266.67) against Anderson, including the match-winning sixer during the fourth ball of the last over of that game.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Image Credit: Twitter)

While the CSK won that match by five wickets, majorly thanks to Dhoni’s 70 not out off 34 balls and Rayudu’s 82 runs off 53 balls, Anderson finished that game with the bowling figures of 3.4-0-58-0. The RCB left-arm pacer failed to defend 16 runs in the last over of that match.

You gain confidence once you bowl to these bigger guys like MS Dhoni: Corey Anderson

Anderson admitted that it was very tough to bowl to Dhoni despite having big minds in his side like the skipper Virat Kohli and another experienced international cricketer AB de Villiers. Though it was a forgetful night for him, Anderson also added that it made him stronger in inside.

Corey Anderson, MS Dhoni
Corey Anderson (Image Credit: Twitter)

In a recent instagram live session with Sportstar, Anderson said, “When you uttered his name, I was about to drown myself in my coffee. He is one of the greats of the game, one of the best finishers in the world. Very difficult to bowl to him. I had Virat Kohli at long on, AB de Villiers at long off. They were continuously running in to say what do we do, what was I thinking, what should I do?

“Even their thoughts were like ‘if you bowl here, he will hit you for a six’ and ‘if you bowl there, he will hit you for a six’. You can subdue the moment. You know that you aren’t the first one, he has done it to every bowler in the world at some point of time.

“Once you bowl to those guys, it gives you a massive insight to bowl to other guys. You gain confidence once you bowl to these bigger guys like Dhoni. At times, it is demoralising but it can make you a better cricketer.”

Unfortunately, it was the last IPL match for Corey Anderson as he hasn’t got another chance in the IPL yet.

During that live Instagram chat, Anderson has also revealed that the South African fast bowler Dale Steyn is one of the toughest bowlers he faced ever.

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Aaron Finch Discloses About His Availability For IPL 2020 Auction

The Australian limited-overs captain Aaron Finch took his Twitter account to reveal his availability for the upcoming IPL auction. In the meantime, the auctions for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is a mere few days ahead.

The franchises have already disclosed their list of traded and released players. Most of the teams have retained their mainstay squad. Whereas, Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals were the hot names in the trade window.

Among all the rising fuss for the grand T20 league, Finch has openly answered one of his fans who asked if he will be at the IPL 2020 auction.

Aaron Finch confirms his availability for IPL 2020 auctions

Answering the questions on his Twitter account, Finch confirmed his availability for the upcoming IPL auction.

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The Australian limited-overs skipper is one of the important asset for a team in the limited-overs cricket. The swashbuckling opener has been smashing bowlers throughout his IPL career.

However, Finch did not participate in the last edition of the cash-rich league. He opted out the league to prepare for the coveted ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Finch has been a part of the premier league since he was roped in by Rajasthan Royals in 2010. Since then, he has played for seven different franchises in IPL. Nevertheless, after missing last year’s opportunity, the opener has decided not to repeat it.

The Aussie cricketer in a recent question-answer session on social media posted the confirmation.

“Yes I will be!!,” Aaron Finch answered.

Being among the cricketers who played for most franchises, Finch has scored 1737 runs in the 75 innings of the nine seasons he featured for. After his debut with Rajasthan Royals, Finch was picked by the then Delhi Daredevils for the IPL 2011. And in 2018, he flaunted Kings XI Punjab jersey on the ground.

Shakib Al Hasan, ban
Shakib Al Hasan (Image Credit: Google)
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Shakib Al Hasan Faces Suspension After Receiving Three Charges From ACU

Ahead of the upcoming India tour, Bangladesh cricket team has got a major blow. The 32-year-old Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has faced the two-year ban from all cricket, with one year of that suspended, for breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.

On Tuesday (29th October), the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced this decision on Shakib Al Hasan. The ICC has put three charges against Shakib for not disclosing the full details of corrupt approaches to the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU).

Shakib got two corrupt approaches during the home ODI tri-series in January 2018. Apart from the hosts Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe also participated in that tournament. Shakib was the third most run-scorer (163 runs) and joint second-most wicket-taker (nine wickets) in that tournament.

Shakib Al Hasan, ban
Shakib Al Hasan (Image Credit: Google)

The ICC’s ACU has found him guilty in another charge which is related to the Indian Premier League (IPL). During the IPL 2018 game between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) at Hyderabad (Deccan), Shakib received another corrupt approach. Incidentally, the all-rounder Shakib played important roles in that game where his team SRH won by 13 runs. Apart from scoring 28 runs off 29 balls, Shakib also had the impressive bowling figures of 3-0-18-2.

Here are the details of all the three charges against Shakib Al Hasan:

Article 2.4.4 – Failure to disclose to the ACU full details of any approaches or invitations he received to engage in Corrupt Conduct – in relation to the Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe Tri-Series in January 2018 and / or the 2018 IPL

Article 2.4.4 – Failure to disclose to the ACU full details of any approaches or invitations he received to engage in Corrupt Conduct – in relation to a second approach in respect of the Tri-Series in January 2018

Article 2.4.4 – Failure to disclose to the ACU full details of any approaches or invitations he received to engage in Corrupt Conduct – in relation to an IPL 2018 match between Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kings XI Punjab on 26 April 2018.

The Bangladesh all-rounder can restart international cricket on 29th October 2020

Shakib has admitted all three charges against him. He has further accepted the sanction in lieu of an Anti-Corruption Tribunal hearing.

The icc-cricket.com further added, “Subject to him satisfying the conditions in respect of the suspended part of the sanction, he will be free to resume international cricket on 29 October 2020.”

The 32-year-old Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has also given his opinion after facing this ban.

Shakib Al Hasan, ban
Shakib Al Hasan (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Shakib said, “I am obviously extremely sad to have been banned from the game I love, but I completely accept my sanction for not reporting the approaches. The ICC ACU is reliant on players to play a central part in the fight against corruption and I didn’t do my duty in this instance.

“Like the majority of players and fans around the world, I want cricket to be a corruption free sport and I am looking forward to working with the ICC ACU team to support their education programme and ensure young players don’t make the same mistake I did.”

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has already announced the T20I squad for the upcoming India tour. In the initial T20I squad, Shakib Al Hasan was the captain. But due to the latest suspension, Shakib will be unavailable for every cricket action till 28th October 2020.

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Indian Premier League 2018: Schedule

Indian Premier League 2018: Schedule

DATE TEAM 1 TEAM 2 VENUE TIME
April 7 Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Mumbai 20:00
April 8 Delhi Daredevils Kings XI Punjab Delhi 16:00
April 8 Kolkata Knight Riders Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata 20:00
April 9 Sunrisers Hyderabad Rajasthan Royals Hyderabad 20:00
April 10 Chennai Super Kings Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai 20:00
April 11 Rajasthan Royals Delhi Daredevils Jaipur 20:00
April 12 Sunrisers Hyderabad Mumbai Indians Hyderabad 20:00
April 13 Royal Challengers Bangalore Kings XI Punjab Bangalore 20:00
April 14 Mumbai Indians Delhi Daredevils Mumbai 16:00
April 14 Kolkata Knight Riders Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata 20:00
April 15 Royal Challengers Bangalore Rajasthan Royals Bangalore 16:00
April 15 Kings XI Punjab Chennai Super Kings Indore 20:00
April 16 Kolkata Knight Riders Delhi Daredevils Kolkata 20:00
April 17 Mumbai Indians Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai 20:00
April 18 Rajasthan Royals Kolkata Knight Riders Jaipur 20:00
April 19 Kings XI Punjab Sunrisers Hyderabad Indore 20:00
April 20 Chennai Super Kings Rajasthan Royals Chennai 20:00
April 21 Kolkata Knight Riders Kings XI Punjab Kolkata 16:00
April 21 Delhi Daredevils Royal Challengers Bangalore Delhi 20:00
April 22 Sunrisers Hyderabad Chennai Super Kings Hyderabad 16:00
April 22 Rajasthan Royals Mumbai Indians Jaipur 20:00
April 22 Rajasthan Royals Mumbai Indians Jaipur 20:00
April 23 Kings XI Punjab Delhi Daredevils Indore 20:00
April 24 Mumbai Indians Sunrisers Hyderabad Mumbai 20:00
April 25 Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai Super Kings Bangalore 20:00
April 26 Sunrisers Hyderabad Kings XI Punjab Hyderabad 20:00
April 27 Delhi Daredevils Kolkata Knight Riders Delhi 20:00
April 28 Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians Chennai 20:00
April 29 Rajasthan Royals Sunrisers Hyderabad Jaipur 16:00
April 29 Royal Challengers Bangalore Kolkata Knight Riders Bangalore 20:00
April 30 Chennai Super Kings Delhi Daredevils Chennai 20:00
May 1 Royal Challengers Bangalore Mumbai Indians Bangalore 20:00
May 2 Delhi Daredevils Rajasthan Royals Delhi 20:00
May 3 Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai Super Kings Kolkata 20:00
May 4 Kings XI Punjab Mumbai Indians Mohali 20:00
May 5 Chennai Super Kings Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai 16:00
May 5 Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi Daredevils Hyderabad 20:00
May 6 Mumbai Indians Kolkata Knight Riders Mumbai 16:00
May 6 Kings XI Punjab Rajasthan Royals Mohali 20:00
May 7 Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore Hyderabad 20:00
May 8 Rajasthan Royals Kings XI Punjab Jaipur 20:00
May 9 Kolkata Knight Riders Mumbai Indians Kolkata 20:00
May 10 Delhi Daredevils Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi 20:00
May 11 Rajasthan Royals Chennai Super Kings Jaipur 20:00
May 12 Kings XI Punjab Kolkata Knight Riders Mohali 16:00
May 12 Royal Challengers Bangalore Delhi Daredevils Bangalore 20:00
May 13 Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad Chennai 16:00
May 13 Mumbai Indians Rajasthan Royals Mumbai 20:00
May 14 Kings XI Punjab Royal Challengers Bangalore Mohali 20:00
May 15 Kolkata Knight Riders Rajasthan Royals Kolkata 20:00
May 16 Mumbai Indians Kings XI Punjab Mumbai 20:00
May 17 Royal Challengers Bangalore Sunrisers Hyderabad Bangalore 20:00
May 18 Delhi Daredevils Chennai Super Kings Delhi 20:00
May 19 Rajasthan Royals Royal Challengers Bangalore Jaipur 16:00
May 19 Sunrisers Hyderabad Kolkata Knight Riders Hyderabad 20:00
May 20 Delhi Daredevils Mumbai Indians Delhi 16:00
May 20 Chennai Super Kings Kings XI Punjab Chennai 20:00
May 22 Qualifier 1 Qualifier 1 Mumbai 20:00
May 23 Eliminator Eliminator TBC 20:00
May 25 Qualifier 2 Qualifier 2 TBC 20:00
May 27 Final Final Mumbai 20:00
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Jos Buttler reveals the trait he likes about the former India captain, MS Dhoni.
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ENG vs IND 2018: Jos Buttler Reveals the Attributes He Likes in MS Dhoni

England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler was full of praise for his Indian counterpart, MS Dhoni. The hard-hitting batsman has revealed the attributes he likes in former Indian skipper.

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The English cricketer is currently in the form of his life and has always been a huge supporter of Dhoni over the years.

He recently even credited Dhoni after the fifth ODI vs Australia. Buttler had found his form in IPL 2018 and crawled his way back into the national team, riding on that.

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Jos then cemented his place in all three formats with strong performances against Pakistan and Australia. Speaking to the Mail, Buttler revealed Dhoni was always an idol of his.

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“He’s always been a bit of an idol of mine, especially his demeanor,” says Buttler while speaking to the Mail. “I enjoy the way he never looks flustered, and he’s one of these guys who seems to be not out at the end.”

Over the years, Dhoni has been the greatest finisher in the limited-overs. His calculative risks in the slog overs while chasing had helped India win many games. Buttler recollected the way Dhoni backed himself to hit a six against England on the last ball of the chase.

“I remember playing a game at Edgbaston, where India needed five off two, and he hit one to deep square and turned it down. He backed himself to hit a six.”

Buttler Praises Indian Premier League

The 27-year old was full of praise for Indian Premier League as well. He had a wonderful season with Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2018.

Jos Buttler almost single-handedly took Rajasthan Royals to play-offs. He was instrumental to their success and found his lost form.

Jos Buttler
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“The IPL was a big eye-opener. I also watch guys like Virat Kohli, Steve Smith, Joe Root, Kane Williamson – I’ve watched how consistent they are. Kumar Sangakkara’s another. He’d just want to turn up each day and win the game for his team.”

When asked about his current form, Buttler has acknowledged he is doing well across formats. The resurgence in form has helped Jon Bairstow to a great extent.

Bairstow is currently concentrating exclusively on his batting skills, as Buttler took over as a wicketkeeper for the team.

“It’s been a really enjoyable few months. Yeah, it’s the form of a lifetime, but what I’ve done well is having the hunger and desire to turn up the next day and do it again. I want to be able to continue that.”

India and England are currently fighting it hard in the three-game ODI series. India dominated first ODI at Trent Bridge, and England came back very strongly in the second ODI at Lord’s. The third ODI and the decider will be played on Tuesday in Leeds.

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Indian Premier League 2018: Player Points

Indian Premier League 2018: Player Points

POS PLAYER Pts Mat Wkts Dots 4s 6s Catches Stumpings
1 SunilNarine 379.5 16 17 137 40 23 1 0
2 Shane Watson 318 15 6 57 44 35 3 0
3 Rishabh Pant 314.5 14 0 0 68 37 4 2
4 Lokesh Rahul 304.5 14 0 0 66 32 10 1
5 Andre Russell 292.5 16 13 76 17 31 8 0
6 Rashid Khan 284 17 21 167 3 6 6 0
7 Kane Williamson 273 17 0 0 64 28 6 0
8 Hardik Pandya 269.5 13 18 98 20 11 8 0
9 Ambati Rayudu 256.5 16 0 0 53 34 2 0
10 Krunal Pandya 239.5 14 12 85 22 10 9 0
11 Shakib Al Hasan 237 17 14 98 26 5 3 0
12 Suryakumar Yadav 228.5 14 0 0 61 16 8 0
13 Jos Buttler 228.5 13 0 0 52 21 9 1
14 Shikhar Dhawan 226.5 16 0 0 59 14 12 0
15 Dinesh Karthik 223.5 16 0 0 49 16 14 4
16 Umesh Yadav 223 14 20 148 0 0 2 0
17 Andrew Tye 221 14 24 116 2 1 5 0
18 AB de Villiers 217.5 12 0 0 39 30 6 0
19 Dwayne Bravo 216.5 16 14 90 8 10 9 0
20 Virat Kohli 213 14 0 0 52 18 8 0
21 Chris Lynn 210.5 16 0 0 56 18 3 0
22 Siddarth Kaul 209.5 17 21 131 0 0 2 0
23 Krishnappa Gowtham 207.5 15 11 90 9 9 10 0
24 Jasprit Bumrah 205 14 17 133 1 0 4 0
25 Trent Boult 203.5 14 18 118 0 0 9 0
26 MS Dhoni 200 16 0 0 24 30 11 3
27 Shardul Thakur 186.5 13 16 113 3 0 4 0
28 Suresh Raina 179.5 15 0 0 46 12 9 0
29 Piyush Chawla 175 15 14 110 1 1 4 0
30 Yuzvendra Chahal 175 14 12 128 0 0 2 0
31 Chris Gayle 174.5 11 0 0 30 27 2 0
32 Ben Stokes 173.5 13 8 77 13 6 6 0
33 Evin Lewis 171.5 13 0 0 32 24 3 0
34 Deepak Chahar 171 12 10 117 1 4 1 0
35 Kuldeep Yadav 171 16 17 94 1 0 6 0
36 Ravindra Jadeja 169.5 16 11 82 3 4 11 0
37 Jaydev Unadkat 169 15 11 97 6 1 6 0
38 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 163 12 9 124 1 0 2 0
39 Sandeep Sharma 163 12 12 116 0 0 2 0
40 Robin Uthappa 161 16 0 0 30 21 5 0
41 Ravichandran Ashwin 159.5 14 10 77 7 5 5 0
42 Shreyas Iyer 158.5 14 0 0 29 21 5 0
43 Mitchell McClenaghan 158 11 14 103 1 1 0 0
44 Jofra Archer 158 10 15 98 2 0 1 0
45 Sanju Samson 154 15 0 0 30 19 5 0
46 Mayank Markande 152 14 15 87 2 0 3 0
47 Nitish Rana 150 15 4 17 26 14 2 0
48 Mujeeb Ur Rahman 149.5 11 14 93 2 0 1 0
49 Mohammed Siraj 149.5 11 11 90 2 1 5 0
50 Ishan Kishan 142 14 0 0 22 17 9 2
51 Shreyas Gopal 126.5 11 11 68 5 0 3 0
52 Glenn Maxwell 126 12 5 32 14 9 4 0
53 Ankit Rajpoot 126 8 11 80 1 0 2 0
54 Karun Nair 125.5 13 0 0 23 13 9 0
55 Ajinkya Rahane 125 15 0 0 39 5 4 0
56 Rohit Sharma 124.5 14 0 0 25 12 8 0
57 Lungi Ngidi 120 7 11 79 0 0 1 0
58 Amit Mishra 116 10 12 74 0 0 0 0
59 Harbhajan Singh 113.5 13 7 68 3 1 4 0
60 Prithvi Shaw 112.5 9 0 0 27 10 4 0
61 Yusuf Pathan 106.5 15 1 2 22 11 3 0
62 Quinton de Kock 103 8 0 0 20 8 7 3
63 Tim Southee 100 8 5 59 5 1 3 0
64 Prasidh Krishna 97.5 7 10 60 0 0 1 0
65 Manish Pandey 95 15 0 0 22 5 9 0
66 Vijay Shankar 92.5 13 1 8 11 11 6 0
67 Shivam Mavi 91.5 9 5 64 1 0 3 0
68 Ben Cutting 89 9 2 24 5 8 7 0
69 Mustafizur Rahman 88.5 7 7 59 0 0 2 0
70 Mandeep Singh 88.5 14 0 0 16 11 4 0
71 Colin de Grandhomme 85.5 9 2 26 4 10 3 0
72 Harshal Patel 84 5 7 36 1 6 0 0
73 Chris Woakes 83.5 5 8 47 1 1 1 0
74 Rahul Tewatia 83 8 6 41 5 1 2 0
75 Rahul Tripathi 83 12 0 0 18 8 4 0
76 Mohit Sharma 82 9 7 50 1 0 2 0
77 Shubman Gill 80 13 0 0 22 5 3 0
78 Axar Patel 78 9 3 41 3 4 2 0
79 Carlos Brathwaite 76 4 5 23 1 8 2 0
80 Moeen Ali 73.5 5 3 27 4 6 2 0
81 Parthiv Patel 71.5 6 0 0 20 4 3 0
82 Dhawal Kulkarni 70.5 8 4 54 0 0 1 0
83 Washington Sundar 69.5 7 4 29 5 4 0 0
84 Ish Sodhi 68.5 6 5 51 0 0 0 0
85 Ben Laughlin 68 7 9 34 0 0 1 0
86 Billy Stanlake 67 4 5 47 1 0 0 0
87 Faf du Plessis 66 6 0 0 17 6 1 0
88 Imran Tahir 66 6 6 40 0 0 2 0
89 Barinder Sran 66 6 4 47 0 0 2 0
90 Avesh Khan 65.5 6 4 44 0 0 3 0
91 Brendon McCullum 63.5 6 0 0 16 6 1 0
92 Mitchell Johnson 63 6 2 46 2 0 2 0
93 D’Arcy Short 61.5 7 1 8 11 5 2 0
94 Chris Morris 61 4 3 31 3 2 2 0
95 Liam Plunkett 61 7 4 42 0 0 2 0
96 Wriddhiman Saha 61 11 0 0 17 1 5 1
97 Marcus Stoinis 59.5 7 3 15 6 4 2 0
98 Kieron Pollard 59.5 9 0 0 10 7 4 0
99 Alex Hales 58.5 6 0 0 13 6 2 0
100 Jason Roy 57 5 0 0 9 7 4 0
101 Aaron Finch 53 10 0 0 6 8 4 0
102 Sam Billings 50 10 0 0 8 5 5 0
103 Sandeep Lamichhane 47.5 3 5 30 0 0 0 0
104 Mohammed Shami 46 4 3 28 1 0 2 0
105 Tom Curran 46 5 6 15 3 0 1 0
106 Mayank Agarwal 45 11 0 0 9 5 2 0
107 Dan Christian 39.5 4 4 22 0 1 0 0
108 Basil Thampi 39.5 4 5 17 0 0 2 0
109 Karn Sharma 37.5 6 4 16 0 0 3 0
110 Colin Munro 36.5 5 0 0 7 4 2 0
111 Shahbaz Nadeem 34 6 3 21 0 0 1 0
112 Heinrich Klaasen 33.5 4 0 0 5 1 3 4
113 David Willey 32 3 2 20 0 0 2 0
114 Shreevats Goswami 31 6 0 0 6 1 5 0
115 Murugan Ashwin 30.5 2 3 20 0 0 0 0
116 Corey Anderson 30 3 3 16 0 1 0 0
117 Deepak Hooda 29 9 0 6 2 3 3 0
118 Abhishek Sharma 27.5 3 0 0 3 5 1 0
119 Javon Searles 27.5 4 2 7 0 1 4 0
120 KM Asif 26.5 2 3 16 0 0 0 0
121 Gautam Gambhir 26 6 0 0 8 1 1 0
122 Sarfaraz Khan 26 7 0 0 7 1 2 0
123 Kulwant Khejroliya 25 3 2 18 0 0 0 0
124 Yuvraj Singh 24.5 8 0 0 6 2 1 0
125 Manoj Tiwary 23.5 5 0 0 4 1 4 0
126 Mohammad Nabi 23 2 1 12 3 0 0 0
127 Vinay Kumar 22.5 2 2 8 1 0 2 0
128 JP Duminy 22 6 0 6 3 1 2 0
129 Rinku Singh 20 4 0 0 4 0 4 0
130 Manan Vohra 19 4 0 0 2 4 0 0
131 Stuart Binny 16.5 7 0 2 2 2 1 0
132 David Miller 14.5 3 0 0 3 2 0 0
133 Pawan Negi 12.5 2 1 9 0 0 0 0
134 Chris Jordan 11 1 0 11 0 0 0 0
135 Anureet Singh 10 3 1 4 0 0 1 0
136 Kedar Jadhav 9.5 1 0 0 1 2 0 0
137 Mark Wood 8.5 1 0 6 0 0 1 0
138 Junior Dala 7 1 0 7 0 0 0 0
139 Khaleel Ahmed 7 1 0 7 0 0 0 0
140 Akila Dananjaya 6 1 0 6 0 0 0 0
141 Akshdeep Nath 5 1 0 0 1 0 1 0
142 Pradeep Sangwan 5 1 0 5 0 0 0 0
143 Prashant Chopra 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0
144 Mahipal Lomror 4.5 2 0 2 1 0 0 0
145 Dhruv Shorey 3.5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
146 Murali Vijay 3.5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
147 Ankit Sharma 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
148 Naman Ojha 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
149 Ricky Bhui 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Andrew Tye IPL 2018
Andrew Tye. Photo by: Vipin Pawar / IPL/ SPORTZPICS

Indian Premier League 2018: Most Four Wickets

Indian Premier League 2018: Most Four Wickets

POS PLAYER Mat Inns Ov Runs Wkts BBI Avg Econ SR 4w 5w
1 Andrew Tye 14 14 56 448 24 0 18.66 8 14 3 0
Jofra Archer IPL 2018
Jofra Archer. Image Courtesy: BCCI

Indian Premier League 2018: Fastest Balls

Indian Premier League 2018: Fastest Balls

POS PLAYER Speed (km/h)
1 Jofra Archer 152.39
2 Billy Stanlake 151.38
3 Jofra Archer 150.82
4 Mohammed Siraj 149.94
5 Shivam Mavi 149.86
6 Shivam Mavi 149.85
7 Jofra Archer 149.85
8 Jofra Archer 149.63
9 Jofra Archer 149.6
10 Billy Stanlake 149.5
11 Jofra Archer 149.43
12 Billy Stanlake 149.4
13 Barinder Sran 149.34
14 Jofra Archer 149.31
15 Jofra Archer 149.24
16 Jofra Archer 149.21
17 Avesh Khan 149.12
18 Umesh Yadav 148.98
19 Jofra Archer 148.93
20 Avesh Khan 148.74
21 Jofra Archer 148.72
22 Jofra Archer 148.67
23 Ben Stokes 148.43
24 Jofra Archer 148.39
25 Jofra Archer 148.37
26 Jofra Archer 148.35
27 Jofra Archer 148.34
28 Ben Stokes 148.27
29 Billy Stanlake 148.23
30 Jofra Archer 148.21
31 Jofra Archer 148.18
32 Jasprit Bumrah 148.15
33 Mohammed Siraj 148.08
34 Billy Stanlake 148.04
35 Umesh Yadav 148.03
36 Jasprit Bumrah 147.95
37 Ben Stokes 147.94
38 Billy Stanlake 147.91
39 Jofra Archer 147.89
40 Jofra Archer 147.89
41 Billy Stanlake 147.86
42 Jofra Archer 147.86
43 Jofra Archer 147.83
44 Ben Stokes 147.81
45 Mohammed Siraj 147.79
46 Jofra Archer 147.77
47 Jofra Archer 147.73
48 Andre Russell 147.73
49 Siddarth Kaul 147.72
50 Jofra Archer 147.71
51 Jasprit Bumrah 147.71
52 Jasprit Bumrah 147.6
53 Billy Stanlake 147.6
54 Jasprit Bumrah 147.57
55 Jofra Archer 147.53
56 Jofra Archer 147.45
57 Billy Stanlake 147.45
58 Jofra Archer 147.45
59 Jofra Archer 147.43
60 Jofra Archer 147.37
61 Billy Stanlake 147.37
62 Jofra Archer 147.34
63 Jasprit Bumrah 147.34
64 Jofra Archer 147.34
65 Jofra Archer 147.31
66 Billy Stanlake 147.26
67 Jofra Archer 147.25
68 Jofra Archer 147.25
69 Jofra Archer 147.22
70 Billy Stanlake 147.21
71 Jofra Archer 147.2
72 Mohammed Siraj 147.19
73 Jofra Archer 147.17
74 Jofra Archer 147.15
75 Junior Dala 147.14
76 Umesh Yadav 147.13
77 Jofra Archer 147.05
78 Jofra Archer 147.05
79 Jofra Archer 147.02
80 Jofra Archer 147.02
81 Billy Stanlake 147.01
82 Andre Russell 146.99
83 Shivam Mavi 146.98
84 Shivam Mavi 146.97
85 Billy Stanlake 146.91
86 Jasprit Bumrah 146.88
87 Jofra Archer 146.8
88 Shivam Mavi 146.79
89 Jofra Archer 146.78
90 Billy Stanlake 146.76
91 Billy Stanlake 146.76
92 Jofra Archer 146.75
93 Ben Stokes 146.72
94 Shivam Mavi 146.7
95 Mohammed Siraj 146.69
96 Jasprit Bumrah 146.67
97 Jofra Archer 146.66
98 Jofra Archer 146.64
99 Jofra Archer 146.64
100 Trent Boult 146.63
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