IPL 2018 : Match 50, MI vs KXIP - Statistical Preview

All the awaiting stats and milestones between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab.

KXIP will look to qualify for the playoffs | IANS

Defending champions Mumbai Indians will take on Kings XI Punjab at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in their 13th match of IPL 2018. Mumbai Indians need to win remaining last two matches to stay alive in the tournament, so it's a virtual semifinal game for them.

They are at the sixth position with 10 points from 12 matches. On the other hand, Kings XI Punjab has six wins from 12 games and need to win last two games to qualify for the playoffs. In the first meeting of this season, Mumbai Indians defeated Kings XI Punjab by 6 wickets in Indore.

All the awaiting stats and milestones between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab in Mumbai :

Teams Head to Head in the IPL -

 Venue  Match   Won by MI   Won by KXIP 
 Mumbai   8  4  4
 Mohali   7  4  3
 Neutral  6  3  3
 Overall  21  11  10

20 - Number of wickets taken by Andrew Tye in IPL 2018 - the most by any bowler in IPL 2018.

24 - Chris Gayle needs 24 more runs to become the seventh player to score 4000 runs in the Indian Premier League.

36 - JP Duminy needs 36 more runs to become the 18th player to score 6000 runs in T20 cricket.

43.25 - Chris Gayle's batting average against Mumbai Indians in the IPL, he has scored 519 runs in 14 innings with 5 fifties against this franchise.

59.33 - KXIP captain R Ashwin's bowling average in IPL 2018 - the worst for a bowler (Min 5 wickets).

149 - Rohit Sharma has hit 149 sixes for Mumbai Indians in T20s and needs to hit one more six to become the second player to hit 150 T20 sixes for Mumbai Indians after Kieron Pollard (186).

291 - Number of sixes Chris Gayle has hit in the IPL and needs 9 more sixes to become the first player to hit 300 sixes in the Indian Premier League history.

2922 - Kieron Pollard has scored 2922 T20 runs for Mumbai Indians and needs 78 more runs to become the second player to score 3000 runs for Mumbai Indians in T20 cricket after Rohit Sharma.

By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 15 May, 2018

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