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Most runs - IPL 2018
Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
AT Rayudu 9 9 0 391 82 43.44 254 153.93 0 2 0 36 20
(Chennai Super Kings)
RR Pant 9 9 0 375 85 41.66 208 180.28 0 3 1 40 20
(Delhi Daredevils)
V Kohli 8 8 2 349 92* 58.16 252 138.49 0 3 0 31 12
(Royal Challengers Bangalore)
MS Dhoni 9 9 5 329 79* 82.25 194 169.58 0 3 0 18 24
(Chennai Super Kings)
KS Williamson 8 8 1 322 84 46.00 242 133.05 0 4 1 28 11
(Sunrisers Hyderabad)
SR Watson 9 9 0 317 106 35.22 194 163.40 1 1 0 24 21
(Chennai Super Kings)
SS Iyer 9 9 3 307 93* 51.16 199 154.27 0 4 0 20 19
(Delhi Daredevils)

 

Dhoni 2.01 beta is having his best IPL season so far....just surprised everyone when his back was against the wall. Legend :hatsoff: 

This is very similar to his 2013 season where he scored 461 runs. Could breach that easily. Should look for 500 runs if possible.

 

Series M Inns NO 50s 100s HS   Runs Avg S/R Ca St
2008 16 14 4 2 0 65 414 41.40 133.55 6 0
2009 14 13 5 2 0 58* 332 41.50 127.20 5 4
2010 13 11 2 2 0 66* 287 31.89 136.67 5 6
2011 16 13 4 2 0 70* 392 43.56 158.70 5 5
2012 19 17 5 1 0 51* 357 29.75 128.42 12 2
2013 18 16 5 4 0 67* 461 41.91 162.90 15 2
2014 16 15 10 1 0 57* 371 74.20 148.40 3 1
2015 17 17 5 1 0 53 372 31.00 121.97 8 3
2016 14 12 5 1 0 64* 284 40.57 135.24 8 4
2017 16 15 4 1 0 61* 290 26.36 116.00 10 3

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58 minutes ago, Shunya said:
Most runs - IPL 2018
Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
AT Rayudu 9 9 0 391 82 43.44 254 153.93 0 2 0 36 20
(Chennai Super Kings)
RR Pant 9 9 0 375 85 41.66 208 180.28 0 3 1 40 20
(Delhi Daredevils)
V Kohli 8 8 2 349 92* 58.16 252 138.49 0 3 0 31 12
(Royal Challengers Bangalore)
MS Dhoni 9 9 5 329 79* 82.25 194 169.58 0 3 0 18 24
(Chennai Super Kings)
KS Williamson 8 8 1 322 84 46.00 242 133.05 0 4 1 28 11
(Sunrisers Hyderabad)
SR Watson 9 9 0 317 106 35.22 194 163.40 1 1 0 24 21
(Chennai Super Kings)
SS Iyer 9 9 3 307 93* 51.16 199 154.27 0 4 0 20 19
(Delhi Daredevils)

 

Dhoni 2.01 beta is having his best IPL season so far....just surprised everyone when his back was against the wall. Legend :hatsoff: 

This is very similar to his 2013 season where he scored 461 runs. Could breach that easily. Should look for 500 runs if possible.

 

Series M Inns NO 50s 100s HS   Runs Avg S/R Ca St
2008 16 14 4 2 0 65 414 41.40 133.55 6 0
2009 14 13 5 2 0 58* 332 41.50 127.20 5 4
2010 13 11 2 2 0 66* 287 31.89 136.67 5 6
2011 16 13 4 2 0 70* 392 43.56 158.70 5 5
2012 19 17 5 1 0 51* 357 29.75 128.42 12 2
2013 18 16 5 4 0 67* 461 41.91 162.90 15 2
2014 16 15 10 1 0 57* 371 74.20 148.40 3 1
2015 17 17 5 1 0 53 372 31.00 121.97 8 3
2016 14 12 5 1 0 64* 284 40.57 135.24 8 4
2017 16 15 4 1 0 61* 290 26.36 116.00 10 3

dream big :) 

i am hoping for orange cap or atleast a top 3 finish . 

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7 hours ago, sscomp32 said:

dream big :) 

i am hoping for orange cap or atleast a top 3 finish . 

He can very well achieve that.  Most likely, Pant, Iyer, Kohli wont reach playoffs. so, his competition will be his own team mates in Rayudu, Watson and Williamson from SRH. Rahul and Gayle from KXIP. Rahul is dew big scores and Pant will be looking to score a 100 in next 5 games, which he missed out last season.

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19 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

He can very well achieve that.  Most likely, Pant, Iyer, Kohli wont reach playoffs. so, his competition will be his own team mates in Rayudu, Watson and Williamson from SRH. Rahul and Gayle from KXIP. Rahul is dew big scores and Pant will be looking to score a 100 in next 5 games, which he missed out last season.

Think orange cap is only until playoffs. Runs scored in play offs don't count towards orange cap tally.. I might be wrong 

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1 hour ago, Gambit said:

He's batting really well but unfortunately, given the next T20 world cup is 2.5 years away, this may not have any immediate positive consequences for the Indian team.

This has no significance for T20 world cup, this is only IPL peak and hopefully some form in International ODIs till WC 2019. That is crucial, anything after 2019 WC is pointless, he is not going to play or should not be playing internationals after that.

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What is the reason for this sudden power boost? It cannot be as easy as just start gyming and you hit so many sixes. This year he will cross his highest tally ever.

A washed out player, who could not hit anyone outside the circle(as per ICF CKT) and with broken back, it should be impossible for this power resurgance.

 

DHONI In IPL - Sixes

2008 - 15

2009 - 9

2010 - 8

2011 - 23

2012 - 9

2013 - 25

2014 - 20

2015 - 17

2016 - 14

2017 - 16

2018 - 24* Sixes ( 9 Innings )

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1 hour ago, Shunya said:

 

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What is the reason for this sudden power boost? It cannot be as easy as just start gyming and you hit so many sixes. This year he will cross his highest tally ever.

A washed out player, who could not hit anyone outside the circle(as per ICF CKT) and with broken back, it should be impossible for this power resurgance.

 

DHONI In IPL - Sixes

2008 - 15

2009 - 9

2010 - 8

2011 - 23

2012 - 9

2013 - 25

2014 - 20

2015 - 17

2016 - 14

2017 - 16

2018 - 24* Sixes ( 9 Innings )

probably change of backlift.  he had reduced his backlift.

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Dhoni is playing fearlessly because he has a point to prove after all the criticism about his slow batting recently (rightly so) and also that with the long batting order that csk have ,he can afford to cut loose straight away .

when playing for India it's totally the opposite ,dont know why he becomes so timid all of a sudden 

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