IPL 2018 : Match 56, CSK vs KXIP - Statistical Preview

All the awaiting stats and milestones between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab.

MS Dhoni averages 53.20 against KXIP in IPL (Photo Source - IANS)

In the last league match of IPL 2018, Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab will fight against each other at the MCA Stadium, Pune on Sunday night.

Chennai Super Kings have 8 wins from 13 games and have already qualified for the playoffs but after a 34 runs loss to Delhi Daredevils, they will seek to gain the winning momentum before the knockouts. On the other hand, KXIP who have lost their last four matches, will be eager to finish their season with a win. KXIP have 6 wins from 13 matches and are just above Delhi Daredevils in the points table.

In the first meeting of this season Kings XI Punjab defeated Chennai Super Kings by 4 runs in Mohali.

All the awaiting stats and milestones between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab in Pune :

Teams Head to Head in the IPL -

 Venue  Match   Won by CSK   Won by KXIP 
 Chennai  5  3  2
 Mohali   5  3  2
 Neutral  8  4  4
 Overall  18  10  8

6 - Chris Gayle needs 6 more runs to become the seventh player to score 4000 runs in the Indian Premier League.

8 - Suresh Raina needs to hit 8 more sixes to become the second Indian player to hit 300 sixes in T20 cricket after Rohit Sharma (302).

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

53.20 - MS Dhoni's batting average against Kings XI Punjab in the IPL, he has scored 532 runs in 18 innings with 5 fifties against KXIP.

74 - Chennai Super Kings' Faf du Plessis needs 74 more runs to complete 4000 runs in T20 format.

292 - Number of sixes Chris Gayle has hit in the IPL and needs 8 more sixes to become the first player to hit 300 sixes in the Indian Premier League history.

652 - Runs scored by KL Rahul in IPL 2018 - the most by a KXIP player in a single season of IPL.

3991 - MS Dhoni has scored 3991 runs in the IPL and need 9 more runs to complete 4000 runs. He will be the 6th Indian player after Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, Gautam Gambhir and Robin Uthappa.


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 19 May, 2018

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