IPL 10: Finals >> Mumbai Indians win IPL 2017

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Stats review: Key numbers from IPL 2017

1 In KXIP's league game against RCB in Bengaluru, Sandeep Sharma became the first bowler to dismiss the trio of Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in the same innings. The trinity aggregated 16 runs which is the second lowest for them in an innings across seven seasons, after 15 runs each in the matches against KKR this year.

2 SRH became the second team to have both Orange and Purple cap winners in their side in a season - David Warner (641 runs) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (26 wickets). The only other side to do so before SRH was CSK in 2013 edition - Michael Hussey (733 runs) and Dwayne Bravo (32 wickets).

2 Players winning three Man of the Match awards in debut season (excluding inaugural IPL) - Sunil Narine in 2012 and Ben Stokes in 2017. Stokes is also the first player to win Man of the series award and the first player to score 300-plus runs (316) and take 10-plus wickets (12) in his debut year in IPL.

3 Hashim Amla became the third player to score multiple centuries in the same season in IPL after Chris Gayle's two in 2011 and Virat Kohli's four last year. However, he also became the first player in IPL history to score two hundreds in losing causes.

3 Teams getting dismissed for less than 100 after scoring 200-plus in the previous innings in this year's IPL. RCB scored 213 against GL before getting bowled out for 49 - the lowest IPL total - against KKR in the next match. DD recorded the second highest IPL chase against GL, scoring 214, before getting bowled out for 66 in the next match against MI, succumbing to the biggest loss in terms of runs in IPL (146 runs). The last team to do so was KXIP who got dismissed for 73 against RPS after scoring 230 in the previous match at the Wankhede.

4 Instances of RCB getting all out this year - the second most for any team in a season in IPL after five by DC in 2010. RCB averaged 19.02 per wicket this year which is their second lowest in a season after 18.71 in the inaugural IPL in 2008.

9.53 Run rate for KKR in the Powerplay overs - the highest for any side in a season. The previous highest run rate in the first six overs for a team in a season was 8.70 for CSK in 2014. KKR recorded three of their highest Powerplay scores this year, including the IPL record of 105 against RCB in Bengaluru.

15.33 The difference between batting and bowling average for SRH in 2017 - the highest for a team in any edition of IPL. SRH averaged 37.89 with the bat which was the highest among the teams this IPL and 22.56 with the ball. The previous largest positive difference was 14.33 for RCB last year.

Highest difference b/w batting & Bowling average in a season

TeamYear Mat Bat Avg Bowl Avg Diff Final position

SRH 2017 14 37.89 22.56 15.33 4
RCB 2016 16 41.99 27.66 14.33 2
CSK 2014 16 37.86 26.30 11.56 3
CSK 2013 18 30.87 21.15 9.72 2
CSK 2011 16 34.59 25.27 9.32 1

16 No-balls bowled by MI in this season, Jasprit Bumrah (seven) and Mitchell McClenaghan (five) being the biggest culprits. No other team has bowled more than five. While Bumrah has conceded only nine runs off his seven freehits including just one boundary, but three out of five freehits from McClenaghan were hit for a six.

18.73 Average runs per wicket in the Play Offs this year - the lowest ever in the Play Offs/ knockouts in an IPL season. Teams scored at 7.04 runs per over which is the second lowest for a season after 7.00 in 2010. 2010 is the only other edition where a team averaged less than 20 per wicket in the business end - 18.95.

Average & run rates in Palyoffs/Knocks each season

Year RunsWktsOversRuns/WktRPO
2017 955 51 135.4 18.73 7.04
20101061 56 151.4 18.95 7.00
2008 834 40 111 20.85 7.51
20151280 58 157.5 22.07 8.11
20131210 54 157.5 22.41 7.67
20161352 59 157.4 22.92 8.57
2009 882 36 116.3 24.50 7.57
20121382 49 156.3 28.20 8.83
20111326 46 159 28.83 8.34
20141474 51 158.1 28.90 9.32

19 Number of times Rohit Sharma got dismissed by leg spinners in IPL - the most by any player. In this season alone he was dismissed six times by leggies in 60 balls at an average of 11.17 per dismissal.

22.97 The decrease in batting average for the RCB team in comparison to the last season is the highest in the history of IPL - 19.02 in 2017 and 41.99 in 2016. Interestingly, the increase of 12.74 for RCB from 2015 (29.25) to 2016 (41.99) was the highest for a team in two successive years.

26 Wickets taken by Bhuvneshwar in IPL 2017 - the highest by an Indian bowler in a season. Jaidev Unadkat's 24 scalps is the joint second-most along with Harbhajan Singh who took 24 in 2013. He became the second player to win the Purple Cap twice (2016 & 2017) after Dwayne Bravo (2013 & 2015).

27.50 Percentage of runs contributed by David Warner and Shikhar Dhawan partnerships towards SRH totals this year - 646 out of 2262. No other pair has contributed more than 18% for any team. This is the third successive season the pair has put together over 600 runs and the aggregate over the last three years stand at 1999, 600 more than the next best.

Warner-Dhawan contribution to SRH

Year Matches Total runs Warner + Dhawan Avg stand 50+ standsPercentage

2015 14 2210 622 44.43 5 28.14%
2016 17 2673 731 45.69 6 27.35%
2017 14 2349 646 46.14 5 27.50%

62 wickets lost by SRH in this season is the fewest ever for a team in a season in IPL. The only other time a team lost fewer than 70 wickets in a season was last year when RPS lost just 67 wickets across 14 games.

108 Balls bowled by Ishant Sharma in this season - the most ever in a season for a bowler in IPL without taking a wicket. Karn Sharma's 98 wicketless deliveries last year was the previous highest.

143 Difference in runs between the top two run-getters of the seasons Warner (641) and Gautam Gambhir (498), the joint most in a season in IPL. There was 143 runs difference between Chris Gayle (733) and Gambhir (590) in the 2012 season.

641 Runs scored by Warner in IPL 2017 - the fourth successive season where he aggregated 500-plus which is the most in a row by any player. He became the second player after Chris Gayle in 2011 and 2012 to end up as the leading run scorer in a season twice after scoring 562 in 2015.

Stats review: Key numbers from IPL 2017 - Cricbuzz
Final was fixed with the help of JIO:( :(
How can a team loss by 1 run after dominating 18+ overs..:huh :huh
sagR said:
All team perfmance till IPL 10, Final


With CSK back in 2018 they would do their best to retain their top place with everything they got. :)
IPL 2017 engages 120 million people on Facebook, records 350 million conversations

The most popular cricket league in India, the Indian Premier League (IPL) concluded on May 21 with the Mumbai Indians winning the title cup. Considering the immense popularity cricket itself in India, and the IPL together, the event collectively managed to make a strong influence on Facebook. The IPL 2017 engaged 120 million people in conversation on Facebook , which is the highest ever recorded for an IPL season. The IPL 2017 also recorded 350 million interactions on Facebook related to the season.

Just like last year, Virat Kohli, captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team was the most talked about player on Facebook this IPL season this season as well. Amongst the teams, Mumbai Indians were the most talked about. The fact that this IPL season recorded the most number of conversations on Facebook was because of the continuous posts shared. To begin with, the IPL posted videos of team warm-ups before each match on Facebook throughout the 47-day tournament.

Some special moments of the league and off-the-field activities were also shared on Facebook. The most memorable moment shared was of Shah Rukh Khan and his son Abram at the opening match of his team, Kolkata Knight Riders. The tournament was closed on Facebook with a video of the championship trophy presentation.

IPL 2017 engages 120 million people on Facebook, records 350 million conversations - Facebook Live was extensively used by the IPL teams to share m...
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