IPL 2018 : Indian Premier League - Statistical Review for IPL 11

All the stats and facts all you need to know about Indian Premier League 2018.

Chennai Super Kings IPL 2018 winners (Photo Source - IANS)

The 2018 season of Indian Premier League (IPL 11) started on 7 April 2018 and finished on 27 May 2018 in Mumbai.

Chennai Super Kings defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 8 wickets in the final to clinch their third IPL title and first since 2011 and they also equalled Mumbai Indians' record of most IPL title.

Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson won the Orange Cap for scoring most runs (735) in the tournament, while Kings XI Punjab's Andrew Tye won the Purple Cap for taking most wickets (24).

Kolkata Knight Riders' Sunil Narine was named the Most Valuable Player and Delhi Daredevils' Rishabh Pant was named the Emerging Player of the Tournament.

All the stats and facts all you need to know about IPL 2018 :

Team Records :Sunrisers Hyderabad finished 2018 IPL season as runners-up (Photo Source - IANS)

1. Result Summary -

 Team  Match  Won  Lost  NR  Position
 Chennai Super Kings  16  11  5  0  Champions
 Sunrisers Hyderabad  17  10  7  0  Runners-up
 Kolkata Knight Riders  16  9  7  0  3rd
 Rajasthan Royals  15  7  8  0  4th
 Mumbai Indians  14  6  8  0  5th
 Royal Challengers Bangalore  14  6  8  0  6th
 Kings XI Punjab  14  6  8  0  7th
 Delhi Daredevils  14  5  9   0  8th

2. Highest Team Total :

245/6 - KKR vs KXIP at Indore

219/4 - DD vs KKR at Delhi

218/6 - RCB vs SRH at Bangalore

217/4 - RR vs RCB at Bangalore

3. Lowest Team Total :

87 - MI vs SRH at Mumbai

88 - KXIP vs RCB at Indore

108 - KKR vs MI at Kolkata

118 - SRH vs MI at Mumbai


Batting Records :SRH captain Kane Williamson won Orange Cap for scoring most runs (735) in IPL 2018 (Photo Source - IANS)

1. Most Runs :

 Player  Mat   Inns   NO   Runs   Avg   SR   HS   100   50 
 Kane Williamson (SRH)   17  17  3  735  52.5  142.4   84  0  8
 Rishabh Pant (DD)  14  14  1  684  52.6  173.6  128*   1  5
 KL Rahul (KXIP)  14  14  2  659  54.9  158.4  95*  0  6
 Ambati Rayudu (CSK)  16  16  2  602  43.0  149.8  100*  1  3
 Shane Watson (CSK)  15  15  1  555  39.6  154.6  117*  2  2

2. Highest Individual scores :

Rishabh Pant (DD) - 128* vs SRH at Delhi

Shane Watson (CSK) - 117* vs SRH at Mumbai

Shane Watson (CSK) - 106 vs RR at Pune

Chris Gayle (KXIP) - 104* vs SRH at Mohali

Ambati Rayudu (CSK) - 100* vs SRH at Pune

3. Highest batting average (Min 300 runs) -

MS Dhoni (CSK) - 75.83

KL Rahul (KXIP) - 54.91

Jos Buttler (RR) - 54.80

AB de Villiers (RCB) - 53.33

Rishabh Pant (DD) - 52.61

4. Highest batting strike rate (Min 100 balls faced) :

Sunil Narine (KKR) - 189.89

Andre Russell (KKR) - 184.79

AB de Villiers (RCB) - 174.54

Rishabh Pant (DD) - 173.60

KL Rahul (KXIP) - 158.41

5. Most 100s :

Shane Watson (CSK) - 2

Chris Gayle (KXIP) -1

Ambati Rayudu (CSK) - 1

Rishabh Pant (DD) - 1

6. Most fifty plus scores :

Kane Williamson (SRH) - 8

AB de Villiers (RCB) - 6

Rishabh Pant (DD) - 6

KL Rahul (KXIP) - 6

Jos Buttler (RR) - 5


Bowling Records :KXIP bowler Andrew Tye won the Purple Cap for taking most wickets (24) in IPL 2018. (Photo Source - IANS)

1. Most wickets -

 Player   Match   Inns   Wkts   Avg   Eco   BBI   4-fers 
 Andrew Tye (KXIP)   14  14  24  18.7   8.0  4/16   3
 Rashid Khan (SRH)   17  17  21  21.8  6.7  3/19  0
 Siddharth Kaul (SRH)   17  17  21  26.0  8.3  3/23  0
 Umesh Yadav (RCB)  14  14  20  20.9  7.9  3/23  0
 Hardik Panya (MI)  13  13  18  21.2  8.9  3/24  0

2. Best bowling figures in an innings -

Ankit Rajpoot (KXIP) - 5/14 vs SRH at Hyderabad

Lungi Ngidi (CSK) - 4/10 vs KXIP at Pune

Andrew Tye (KXIP) - 4/16 vs MI at Mumbai

Shreyas Gopal (RR) - 4/16 vs RCB at Jaipur

Kuldeep Yadav (KKR) - 4/20 vs RR at Kolkata

3. Best bowling average (Min 10 wkts) -

Lungi Ngidi (CSK) - 14.18

Andrew Tye (KXIP) - 18.66

Ankit Rajpoot (KXIP) - 20.27

Mujeeb ur Rahman (KXIP) - 20.64

Umesh Yadav (RCB) - 20.90

4. Best economy rate (Min 10 wkts) -

Lungi Ngidi (CSK) - 6.00

Rashid Khan (SRH) - 6.73

Jasprit Bumrah (MI) - 6.88

Mujeeb ur Rahman (KXIP) - 6.99

Krunal Pandya (MI) - 7.07

5. Most 4 wickets haul -

Andrew Tye - 3

Lungi Ngidi (CSK) - 1

Ankit Rajpoot (KXIP) - 1

Kuldeep Yadav (KKR) - 1

Shreyas Gopal (RR) - 1

Prasidh Krishna (KKR) - 1

Mayank Markande (MI) - 1


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 29 May, 2018

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