IPL 2020: Indian Premier League (IPL) – Statistical Preview

The thirteenth season of the Indian Premier League, also called the IPL 2020 was supposed to commence this March but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it was suspended, and finally, this season is set to begin on 19th September in UAE. 

As usual, eight teams are taking part in it. Defending champions Mumbai Indians are once again the favorites to win the title and other teams like Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Chennai Super Kings, and Royal Challengers Bangalore too are expected to give a good fight.

Over the years Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings with four and three titles have been the most successful teams of this league. Kolkata Knight Riders with two titles too have been good but big teams like Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals, and Kings XI Punjab are still in the quest of their maiden IPl title. And here is a statistical look at the Indian Premier League’s history. 

All the major stats and facts you all need to know about Indian Premier League’s history :

Result Summary –




 Team 
 Mat 
 Won 
 Lost 
 Tied  
 NR  
 %W 


 Chennai Super Kings  
 165
 100 
 63
 1
 1 
 61.3 


 Mumbai Indians 
 187 
 107
 78 
 2
 0
 57.8 


 Delhi Capitals 
 177
 76
 97 
 2
 2
 44.0


 Kings XI Punjab 
 176
 80 
 94
 2 
 0
 46.1 


 Kolkata Knight Riders 
 178
 92
 83 
 3
 0
 52.5 


 Rajasthan Royals 
 147 
 73 
 69 
 3 
 2
 51.4 


 Royal Challengers Bangalore 
 181 
 83
 92 
 2 
 4 
 47.5  


 Sunrisers Hyderabad 
 108  
 57 
 49
 2 
 0
 53.7

Season Wise Performance –




 Year 
 Champions 
 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 Supergiant 


 2018 
 Chennai Super Kings 
 Sunrisers Hyderabad 


 2019  
 Mumbai Indians 
 Chennai Super Kings 

Highest Totals –

263/5 – Royal Challengers Banaglore vs Pune Warriors at Bangalore, 2013

248/3 – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Lions at Bangalore, 2016

246/5 – Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals at Chennai, 2010

245/6 – Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kings XI Punjab at Indore, 2018

240/5 – Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab at Mohali, 2008

Lowest Totals –

49 – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders at Kolkata, 2017

58 – Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at Cape Town, 2009

66 – Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians at Delhi, 2017

67 – Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab at Mohali, 2017

67 – Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians at Mumbai, 2008 

Most Runs –




 Player 
 Mat 
 Inns 
 NO 
 Runs 
 Avg 
 SR 
 HS  
 100 
 50 


 Virat Kohli  
 177 
 169 
 26 
 5412 
 37.8  
 131.6 
 113 
 5 
 36 


 Suresh Raina  
 193 
 189 
 28 
 5368 
 33.3 
 137.1 
 100* 
 1
 38 


 Rohit Sharma 
 188 
 183 
 28 
 4898 
 31.6 
 130.8 
 109* 
 1 
 36 


 David Warner 
 126 
 126 
 17
 4706 
 43.2
 142.4 
 126 
 4
 44


 Shikhar Dhawan 
 159 
 158 
 21 
 4579 
 33.4 
 124.8 
 97* 
 0
 37 


 Chris Gayle 
 125 
 124 
 15 
 4484 
 41.1 
 151.0
 175* 
 6
 28 


 MS Dhoni 
 190 
 170 
 65 
 4432 
 42.2 
 137.8 
 84* 
 0
 23 


 Robin Uthappa 
 177
 170 
 17 
 4411 
 28.8 
 130.5 
 87 
 0
 24 


 AB de Villiers 
 154
 142 
 32 
 4395 
 39.9 
 151.2
 133* 
 3
 33


 Gautam Gambhir 
 154 
 152 
 16 
 4217 
 31.0 
 123.9 
 93 
 0
 36

Highest Individual Scores –

175* – Chris Gayle vs Pune Warriors at Bangalore, 2013

158* – Brendon McCullum vs Royal Challengers Banaglore at Bangalore, 2008

133* – AB de Villiers vs Mumbai Indians at Mumbai, 2015

129* – AB de Villiers vs Gujarat Lions at Bangalore, 2016

128* – Rishabh Pant vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Delhi, 2018

128* – Chris Gayle vs Delhi Capitals at Delhi, 2012 

Highest Batting Averages (Min 1000 Runs) –

43.17 – David Warner (4706 runs)

42.20 – MS Dhoni (4432)

42.06 – KL Rahul (1906)

41.13 – Chris Gayle (4484)

39.96 – Lendl Simmons (1079)

39.95 – AB de Villiers (4395) 

39.95 – Shaun Marsh (2477) 

Most Hundreds –

6 – Chris Gayle

5 – Virat Kohli

4 – David Warner / Shane Watson

3 – AB de Villiers

Most Fifty Plus Scores –

48 – David Warner

41 – Virat Kohli

39 – Suresh Raina

37 – Shikhar Dhawan / Rohit Sharma

36 – AB de Villiers / Gautam Gambhir 

Most Runs in a single IPl season –

973 – Virat Kohli, 2016

848 – David Warner, 2016

735 – Kane Williamson, 2018

733 – Chris Gayle, 2012

733 – Michael Hussey, 2013

Most Sixes –

326 – Chris Gayle

212 – AB de Villiers

209 – MS Dhoni

194 – Rohit Sharma / Suresh Raina

190 – Virat Kohli 

Most Wickets – 




 Player 
 Mat 
 Inns 
 Wkts 
 Avg 
 Eco 
 Sr 
 BBI 
 4w 
 5w 


 Lasith Malinga 
 122 
 122 
 170 
 19.8 
 7.1  
 16.6 
 5/13  
 6
 1


 Amit Mishra 
 147 
 147 
 157 
 24.2 
 7.3 
 19.7 
 5/17 
 3
 1


 Harbhajan Singh 
 160 
 157 
 150
 26.5 
 7.1 
 22.4 
 5/18 
 1
 1


 Piyush Chawla 
 157
 156 
 150 
 27.1 
 7.8 
 20.8 
 4/17 
 2
 0


 Dwayne Bravo 
 134 
 131 
 147 
 24.6 
 8.4 
 17.5 
 4/22  
 2
 0


 Bhuvneshwar Kumar  
 117
 117 
 133
 23.7 
 7.2 
 19.6 
 5/19 
 2 
 1


 R Ashwin 
 139
 136 
 125 
 26.5 
 6.8 
 23.3 
 4/34 
 1
 0


 Sunil Narine 
 110 
 109 
 122
 23.3 
 6.6
 20.9 
 5/19 
 6
 1


 Umesh Yadav 
 119 
 118 
 119 
 29.4 
 8.5 
 20.8 
 4/24 
 2
 0


 Ravindra Jadeja 
 170 
 142 
 108 
 29.2 
 7.6 
 23.1 
 5/16 
 3
 1

Best Bowling Figures in an innings –

6/12 – Alzarri Joseph vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Hyderabad, 2019

6/14 – Sohail Tanvir vs Chennai Super Kings at Jaipur, 2008

6/19 – Adam Zampa vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Visakhapatnam, 2016

5/5 – Anil Kumble vs Rajasthan Royals at Cape Town, 2009

5/12 – Ishant Sharma vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala at Kochi, 2011

Best Bowling Averages (Min 30 wickets) –

17.93 – Kagiso Rabada (31 wickets)

18.72 – Doug Bollinger (37)

19.39 – Shreyas Gopal (38)

19.80 – Lasith Malinga (170)

19.97 – Nathan Coulter Nile (36)

Most Wickets in a single IPL season –

32 – Dwayne Bravo, 2013

28 – Lasith Malinga, 2011

28 – James Faulkner, 2013

26 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 2017

26 – Dwayne Bravo, 2015

26 – Imran Tahir, 2019

Most Four Wickets hauls –

7 – Sunil Narine / Lasith Malinga

4 – Andrew Tye / Ravindra Jadeja / Amit Mishra / L Balaji 

3 – Anil Kumble / Munaf Patel / Bhuvneshwar Kumar / Imran Tahir

Best Economy Rates (Min 250 balls bowled) –

6.54 – Shaun Pollock

6.55 – Rashid Khan

6.57 – Anil Kumble

6.61 – Glenn McGrath / Mohammad Nabi

6.67 – Sunil Narine / M Muralitharan 

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