Indian Premier League (2008-2018) - The Complete Statistical Review

All the stats and facts all you need to know about Indian Premier League after 11 seasons.

Chennai Super Kings lfited their 3rd IPL title | IANS

The Indian Premier League was launched in April 2008 by the BCCI and 2018 marked the 11th edition of the prestigious T20 tournament.

Over the years this T20 league has become one of the biggest tournaments in the world. Most of the IPL seasons were played by 8 teams, while in 2011 ten teams and in 2012 and 2013, nine teams participated in the league.

The inaugural IPL edition in 2008 saw Rajasthan Royals winning the title, defeating the Chennai Super Kings in the finals under the captaincy of Shane Warne.

Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have won the IPL titles most times- three times each. The 11th season IPL was held from 7 April to 27 May 2018 and was won by Chennai Super Kings, who defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad in the finals. 

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

Team Records :

Rajasthan Royals were the first winners of the Indian Premier League in 2008 under leadership of Shane Warne | AFP

1. Series result -
(* denotes team(s) that are now defunct)

 Year  Winners  Runners-up
 2008  Rajasthan Royals  Chennai Super Kings
 2009  Deccan Chargers*  Royal Challengers Bangalore
 2010  Chennai Super Kings  Mumbai Indians
 2011  Chennai Super Kings  Royal Challengers Bangalore
 2012  Kolkata Knight Riders  Chennai Super Kings
 2013  Mumbai Indians  Chennai Super Kings
 2014  Kolkata Knight Riders  Kings XI Punjab
 2015   Mumbai Indians  Chennai Super Kings
 2016  Sunrisers Hyderabad  Royal Challengers Bangalore
 2017  Mumbai Indians  Rising Pune Supergiants
 2018   Chennai Super Kings  Sunrisers Hyderabad

Most titles - Mumbai Indians (3 - 2013, 2015, 2017) and Chennai Super Kings (3 - 2010, 2011, 2018)

Most finals - Chennai Super Kings (7)


2. Results summary -

 Team  Span  Mat   Won   Lost   NR   %
 Delhi Daredevils  2008-2017   161  67  92  2  42.5
 Kings Xi Punjab  2008-2017  162  76  86  0  46.9
 Kolkata Knight Riders  2008-2017  164  86  78  0  53.0
 Chennai Super Kings  2008-2015  148  90  57  1  61.6
 Mumbai Indians  2008-2017   171  98  73  0  57.3
 Royal Challengers Bangalore   2008-2017  167  79  85  3  47.3
 Rajasthan Royals  2008-2015  133  70  62  1  52.6
 Sunrisers Hyderabad  2013-2017  93  52  41  0  55.9

3. Highest team total -
(* denotes team(s) that are now defunct)

 Score   Team  Opposition  Venue  Year
 263/5  Royal Challengers Bangalore   Pune Warriors*  Bangalore   2013 
 248/3  Royal Challengers Bangalore  Gujarat Lions*  Bangalore  2016
 246/5  Chennai Super Kings  Rajasthan Royals   Chennai  2010
 245/6  Kolkata Knight Riders   Kings Xi Punjab  Indore  2018
 240/5  Chennai Super Kings  Kings XI Punjab  Mohali  2008

4. Lowest team total -

 Score  Team  Opposition  Venue  Year
 49  Royal Challengers   Bangalore  Kolkata Knight Riders  Kolkata  2017
 58  Rajasthan Royals  Royal Challengers   Bangalore   Cape   Town  2009 
 66  Delhi Daredevils  Mumbai Indians  Delhi  2017
 67  Kolkata Knight Riders  Mumbai Indians  Mumbai  2008
 67  Delhi Daredevils  Kings XI Punjab  Mohali   2017

Batting Records :Suresh Raina has scored most runs (4985) in the IPL history.

1. Most runs -

 Player  Mat   Inns   NO   Runs   Avg   SR  HS  100   50 
 Suresh Raina  176  172  27  4985  34.4  138.4   100*   1  35
 Virat Kohli  163  155  26  4948  38.4  130.8  113  4  34
 Rohit Sharma  173  168  27  4493  31.9  131.0  109*  1  34
 Gautam Gambhir   154  152  16  4217  31.0  123.9  93  0  36
 Robin Uthappa  165  159  15  4129  28.7  131.7  87  0  23

2. Highest Individual scores -

Chris Gayle - 175* vs PWI at Bangalore, 2013

Brendon McCullum - 158* vs RCB at Bangalore, 2013

AB de Villiers - 133* vs MI at Mumbai, 2015

AB de Villiers - 129* vs GL at Bangalore, 2016

Rishab Pant - 128* vs SRH at Delhi, 2018

Chris Gayle - 128* vs DD at Delhi, 2012


3. Most runs in a season -

 Player  Mat   Inns   Runs   Avg   SR  HS  100   50   Year 
 V Kohli (RCB)  16  16  973  81.1  152.0  113  4  7  2016
 D Warner (SRH)  17  17  848  60.6  151.4  93*  0  9  2016
 K Williamson (SRH)   17  17  735  52.5  142.4  84  0  8  2018
 C Gayle (RCB)   15  14  733  61.1  160.7   128*   1  7  2012
 M Hussey (CSK)   17  17  733  52.3  129.5  95  0  6  2013

4. Highest batting average (Min 2000 runs) -

Chris Gayle - 41.17

David Warner - 40.54

MS Dhoni - 40.16

Shaun Marsh - 39.95

AB de Villiers - 39.53


5. Highest strike rate (Min 500 balls faced) -

Andre Russell - 177.29

Rishabh Pant - 162.71

Glenn Maxwell - 161.13

Virender Sehwag - 155.44

AB de Villiers - 150.93


6. Most 100s -

Chris Gayle - 6

Virat Kohli / Shane Watson - 4
(Virat Kohli scored 4 centuries in the same season - IPL 2016)

AB de Villiers / David Warner - 3


7. Most fifty plus scores -

David Warner - 39

Virat Kohli - 38

Gautam Gambhir / Suresh Raina - 36

Rohit Sharma - 35

Shikhar Dhawan - 32

AB de Villiers - 31


Bowling Records :Lasith Malinga is the only bowler to take 150 IPL wickets | IANS

1. Most wickets -

 Player  Mat  Inns  Wkts   Avg  Eco   BBI  4-fers 
 L Malinga  110   110  154  19.01  6.86  5/13  5
 A Mishra  136  136  146  24.14   7.39   5/17   4
 P Chawla   144   143  140  26.23  7.71  4/17  2
 DJ Bravo  122  119  136   24.17  8.43  4/22  2
 Harbhajan Singh   149  146  134  27.27  7.05  5/18  2

2. Best bowling figures in an innings -

Sohail Tanvir (RR) - 6/14 vs CSK at Jaipur, 2008

Adam Zampa (RPSG)  - 6/19 vs SRH at Visakhapatnam, 2016

Anil Kumble (RCB) - 5/5 vs RR at Cape Town, 2009

Ishant Sharma (DC) - 5/12 vs KTK at Kochi, 2011

Lasith Malinga (MI) - 5/13 vs DD at Delhi, 2011


3. Most wickets in a season -

 Player  Mat   Wkts   Avg   Eco   BBI  4-fers   Year 
 D Bravo (CSK)  18  32  15.5  7.9  4/42  1  2013
 S Malinga (MI)  16  28  13.4  5.9  5/13  1  2011
 J Faulkner (RR)  16  28  15.3  6.7  5/16  2  2013
 B Kumar (SRH)  14  26  14.2  7.1  5/19  1  2017
 D Bravo (CSK)  17  26  16.4  8.1  3/22  0  2015

4. Best bowling average (Min 50 wkts) -

Lasith Malinga - 19.01

Sunil Narine - 22.30

Bhuvneshwar Kumar - 22.44

Munaf Patel - 22.94

Sandeep Sharma - 23.13


5. Best economy rate (Min 50 wkts) -

Sunil Narine - 6.54

Muttiah Muralitharan - 6.67

Dale Steyn - 6.72

R Ashwin - 6.72

Lasith Malinga - 6.86


 6. Most 4-fers -

Sunil Narine - 7

Lasith Malinga - 5

Andrew Tye - 4

Amit Mishra - 4

Ravindra Jadeja - 4

Lakshmipathy Balaji - 4


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 30 May, 2018

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