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Is it possible to have IPL stats 1) Top run scorer 2) Top wicket takers 3) most important, leading six hitters etc etc.
I'll do it in the coming weekend.

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There have been six MoMs so far and none of them is an Indian.
just wait for todays match. 1 of the indian players of the delhi daredevils team will walk away with the mom

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just wait for todays match. 1 of the indian players of the delhi daredevils team will walk away with the mom
and again, as usual my predictions come true. sehwag of the delhi daredevils was the mom :D

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Indians are slowly warming up in the competition. I hope one of the Indian batsmen finishes the tornament with the orange cap.

why promote cricinfo from your site. will cricinfo do the same?
Kabira, does cricinfo need any promotion? I just can't imagine any cricket fan who doesn't know of cricinfo. And btw, by putting these stats pages here, are we not protecting some traffic here from going to cricinfo to search these stats?

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Chandan..your interest in this IPL has been lukewarm so to say... don't see your analysis on IPL matches..or your opinion on youngsters performances..
It is not as lukewarm, TGIB. I have watched every match till now, and already the phenomenal hitting of Mccullum is a distant memory. I don't think I'll be able to remember anything from this tournament after 2-3 months. I'm keenly watching the younger talent because they are the ones who need attention, not the big stars. It is very difficult to say anything after just 1 or 2 two matches. Let us see how they proceed.

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McCullum is still the highest run scorer though I'm sure that Sanga would take over from him today once again in the match vs Daredevils. Agarkar and Warne are the highest wicket takers though Agarkar has played one match less than Warne. And McCullum is still the man to have hit the maximum sixes in this tournament till now.

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How difficult it will be to find out avg. number of dot balls in each innings so far?
veeeeeeeeeeeeeeery difficult.:hysterical::hysterical:

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I guess Hayden will claim the Orange cap tonight, but Sanga seems to a good candidate who'll be holding it after this week and also by the end of IPL 2008. The Indian batsman to have scored maximum runs is 7th on the leading run-scorers list. And this is not good. I hope one of Yuvi or Dhoni or Sharma or Sehwag take a lead and get the orange cap. At least the leading wicket taker is an Indian bowler!!!

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you never know, its long tournament. From Indian front, it seems most likely Yuvi or Gambhir have a chance. Gambhir opens so he has every opportunity to score big ones.

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Player 1.ML Hayden (Chennai Super Kings) 2.BB McCullum (Kolkata Knight Riders) 3.G Gambhir (Delhi Daredevils) 4.KC Sangakkara (Kings XI Punjab) 5.MEK Hussey Wow!! The race for the orange cap is hotting up with Gambhir being just 14 runs behind McCullum. But Sanga is just 2 runs behind Gambhir. Hence today, Sanga would claim the cap once again I suppose. He needs just 18 runs to do so. And with all the Aussies and Kiwis gone, I think Gambhir and Sanga would be top two contenders for the cap at the end of the tournament. Yuvi has to play one special inning to come in contention. But he plays down the order and doesn't have too many deliveries to play. And Zaheer is the highest wicket taker now.

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There shoild be some incentives for the bowlers as well.... this is not fair..that onlt batsmen get the recognition.. may be something like golden boot...
How about bowler with most wickets getting Lincense to bowl 8 overs(double then the regular 4 overs), until he holds the record of most wickets in the tournament. who ever surpases that, gets the licnese to bowl 8 overs..

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Now it is Rohit Sharma who is at the third position after 4 innings, 4 runs ahead of Gambhir. It is good to see the Indian batsmen finally coming to terms to with IPL demands and performing well. And Indian bowlers are ruling on the wickets front. Good to see!!

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After the 22nd match of IPL: Orange cap holder : Rohit Sharma--He is 11 runs ahead of Gambhir. And I have no doubt that Gambhir will snatch the cap from today when he plays vs MIs. Highest wicket taker : Irfan Pathan--he is one wicket ahead of Zahher and is certainly bowling beautifully in IPL. His indipper has returned as well. Most economical bowler : Dinda--and this is a surprise (I didn't take Yuvi into account as he has bowled just 2 overs). Hope he continues bowling well.

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After the 25th match: Orange cap holder : Sehwag--he is 12 runs ahead of Rohit Sharma at the moment. Will he claim the cap back from Sehwag? Highest wicket taker : Irfan Pathan and Zaheer Khan, both have 12 wickets a piece, though Irfan has bowled much more beautifully in this IPL and his economy rate is also quite good. Most economical bowler : It is still Dinda, though he has bowled only 20 overs. McGrath has the best economy for bowlers who've bowled more than 20 overs Most sixes: It is still McCullum, but Sehwag is just one behind and Gilly is just 2 behind. Will Gilchrist claim that record today?

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Coincidence ? The top 4 wicket takers are all left arm seamer and all of them from sub continent. Is this coincidence? Pathan is quite expected, Zaheer has started to hit his strap. For me surprise is RP Singh. He seems to get his pace and direction back and he is bowling well at deaths. Surprise for me is Tanveer. What a spell, but can he sustain.

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Kinda surprised to see Zak. RPS is no surprise though. He was our best bowler by a mile during the T20 world cup. He swings it with the new ball at 140ks and can bowl full and straight, at the same pace, during the death.

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TOP RUN SCORER TOP WICKET TAKER LEADING SIX HITTER BEST ECONOMY RATES
for me pathan has been the pick of the seamers..he has been economical and has been picking wickets also in all the matches..and he has been bowling at mid 130s which was how he started..hope he get his rhythm back..a in form irfan makes our ODI team look so much better :dance:

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for me pathan has been the pick of the seamers..he has been economical and has been picking wickets also in all the matches..and he has been bowling at mid 130s which was how he started..hope he get his rhythm back..a in form irfan makes our ODI team look so much better :dance:
Nobody amongst Indian bowlers is deadlier in the death than RP...whenever he bowls at the death one guy is surely going to get his stumps shattered

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Nobody amongst Indian bowlers is deadlier in the death than RP...whenever he bowls at the death one guy is surely going to get his stumps shattered
Yeah, he bowls awesome overs in death (almost all of them fast yorkers). Hopefully he'll continue to do the same in the ODIs as well.

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Orange cap is with Gambhir now with Sehwag as close second. Top wicket taker is Zaheer with one wicket ahead of Pathan. Top six hitter: McCullum and Gilly are tied at top with Sehwag just one behind. And the man who bowled his quota of overs in every match that he has played -- McGrath is the most economical bowler there.

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Left absolutism: IPL has been painted in ‘leftist’ colours Left seems to be right in the IPL, what with left-handers topping almost everything that is statistically measurable, reports Subhash Rajta. More... Left absolutism: IPL has been painted in ‘leftist’ colours Subhash Rajta, Hindustan Times Chennai, May 12, 2008 First Published: 02:32 IST(12/5/2008) Last Updated: 02:34 IST(12/5/2008) Left seems to be right in the Indian Premier League, what with left-handers topping almost everything that is statistically measurable. Be it the top run getters, wicket takers, best averages, most sixes and most catches, one finds a lefthander perched at the top. Among bowlers, Zaheer Khan is leading the pack with 13 wickets (ahead of Saturday's match between Mohali and Chennai), followed closely by Irfan Pathan (12), R.P. Singh (11) and Ashish Nehra (10). The only right arm bowler squeezing himself in is Shane Warne with 11 wickets. One again finds left-arm bowlers leading the table. The wrong-footed Sohail Tanvir recorded the best figures, picking up 6 wickets for just 14 runs. Murali Kartik (3 for 13) and Sanath Jayasuriya (3 for 14) are next on the list and it required the genius of Glenn McGrath (4 for 29) to carve a place for himself amongst the top four. The bowling averages column too is led by the likes of Yuvraj Singh, Pathan and Tanvir. Again, Yuvraj and Sourav Ganguly have the lowest economy rates. STATS Gautam Gambhir (305) and Adam Gilchrist (284) are perched on top of the run getters' chart. It's not only the runs, they also have the maximum boundaries and sixes against their names. Gambhir has hit the most boundaries — 39, while Gilchrist has sent the ball over the ropes 16 times. Right-handers have managed to catch up in scoring hundreds (of the four centuries, two have been scored by the right handed Brendon McCullum and Andrew Symonds, and two by Mike Hussey and Gilchrist), but are lagging behind in scoring half-centuries. Gambhir and Shikhar Dhawan have four and three 50s against their names. Continuing the trend, Simon Katich (96), Mike Hussey (84) and Shaun Marsh (81.50) lead the averages column. If that wasn't enough, left-handers have dominated fielding (in terms of catches) to make their domination absolute. Yuvraj (7), Suresh Raina (7), Dhawan (6), and Nehra (6) have held the maximum catches, leaving the right-handers with some catching up to do.

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The best IPL team, and the most effective hitter The best IPL team, and the most effective hitter The best IPL team, and the most effective hitter A look at the teams' batting and bowling performances, and the singles and boundary percentages for batsmen. S Rajesh May 16, 2008 345027.jpgA low dot-ball percentage of only 33 hasn't done much for Kallis' or Bangalore's cause in the IPL © AFP The best batting side Thanks mainly to the early exploits of Matthew Hayden and Michael Hussey, Chennai Super Kings have the best batting numbers in the tournament so far, with an average of more than 31 and a run-rate of nearly 8.50 runs per over. They started off spectacularly, scoring more than 200 in each of their first two games, but since then their performance has fallen off somewhat, though S Badrinath, S Vidyut, Stephen Fleming and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, their captain, have all done their bit with handy displays. Chennai have also managed a fair number of boundaries, and are one of four teams who have scored more than 60% of their total runs in fours and sixes. The numbers for Delhi Daredevils are interesting too - they haven't relied as much on boundaries as Chennai have, but they've also ensured that dot balls are kept to a minimum, allowing less than 37% of all deliveries to go un-scored off, easily the lowest among all teams. The numbers for the two teams at the bottom of the table tell a story as well - Deccan Chargers have the highest percentage of runs in boundaries, but they have a fairly high dot-ball factor as well. The stats for Bangalore Royal Challengers clearly proves their lack of batting firepower. (What was that again about this being a Test team?) They are the only team to score less than 55% of their runs in boundaries, and they haven't made up for that with a low dot-ball percentage either. Batting teams in the IPL Team Runs/ wkts Runs per wkt Runs per over % runs in 4s & 6s Dot-ball % Chennai Super Kings 1725/ 55 31.36 8.45 60.41 41.39 Kings XI Punjab 1496/ 51 29.33 8.38 59.63 39.87 Delhi Daredevils 1377/ 49 28.10 8.16 55.19 36.76 Mumbai Indians 1199/ 44 27.25 7.67 61.22 48.45 Rajasthan Royals 1361/ 50 27.22 8.05 60.40 43.89 Deccan Chargers 1407/ 55 25.58 8.04 63.11 43.57 Kolkata Knight Riders 1404/ 58 24.21 7.75 55.70 43.79 Bangalore Royal Challengers 1278/ 68 18.79 7.31 54.62 41.94 Rajasthan and Kolkata have been the two best bowling sides, and both have been excellent at taking wickets, which has also ensured that their economy-rates are the lowest among all teams. Shane Warne's team didn't look like a great bowling side on paper, but Shane Watson, Sohail Tanvir and Warne himself have been outstanding, while the local players, especially Siddharth Trivedi, have backed them up superbly as well. Kolkata were served well by Ashok Dinda and Ishant Sharma before Shoaib Akhtar made his presence felt so forcefully against Delhi. Both Rajasthan and Kolkata have the highest dot-ball percentages, which has in turn forced batsmen to take greater risks and in the process concede more wickets. Bangalore's batting has borne the brunt of criticism, and quite justifiably as well, but their bowlers have failed to show much spark either. Zaheer Khan has been the exception, with 13 wickets in nine games, but the rest have disappointed: Dale Steyn has only managed four wickets in six games, each costing him more than 41 runs. Not surprisingly, Bangalore have the poorest bowling average, and only Chennai have a worse economy-rate. Bowling teams in the IPL Team Runs/ wkts Runs per wkt Runs per over % runs in 4s & 6s Dot-ball % Rajasthan Royals 1307/ 60 21.78 7.46 57.23 45.29 Kolkata Knight Riders 1271/ 58 21.91 7.46 56.18 46.63 Mumbai Indians 1240/ 54 22.96 8.08 59.84 41.63 Kings XI Punjab 1465/ 62 23.62 7.89 58.57 43.08 Delhi Daredevils 1425/ 60 23.75 7.71 57.26 42.24 Chennai Super Kings 1659/ 52 31.90 8.57 59.19 39.19 Deccan Chargers 1433/ 44 32.56 8.26 59.87 41.06 Bangalore Royal Challengers 1447/ 60 36.18 8.45 62.20 40.12 Dots and boundaries The list below, of batsmen who have played the lowest percentage of dot balls, has plenty of unexpected names. Michael Hussey is hardly a surprise, while Gautam Gambhir's outstanding ability to find the gaps and run singles even during the Powerplays puts him high on the table, but many of the other names aren't the usual suspects. Bangalore have three in the list, but more crucially, all of them have poor run-rates despite low dot-ball percentages, which again indicates the lack of boundary-hitting ability. The other seven players in the top ten all have strike-rates of more than 8.50 per over, but Mark Boucher, Jacques Kallis and Rahul Dravid have much poorer rates. This also suggests that low dot-ball percentage by itself isn't enough in a format that demands a regular injection of boundaries. Batsmen with lowest dot-ball percentages (Qual: at least 100 balls) Batsman Balls faced Dot balls Dot % Average Runs per over Michael Hussey 100 31 31.00 84.00 10.08 Gautam Gambhir 248 78 31.45 43.25 9.39 Suresh Raina 144 46 31.94 29.00 8.46 Kumar Sangakkara 124 40 32.26 33.83 9.82 Jacques Kallis 103 34 33.01 16.85 6.87 Yuvraj Singh 113 38 33.63 24.57 9.13 Virender Sehwag 163 58 35.58 41.00 10.56 Mark Boucher 147 53 36.05 38.00 7.75 Rohit Sharma 202 73 36.14 42.28 8.79 Rahul Dravid 175 65 37.14 22.00 6.79 The list below, though, consists of far more explosive batsmen. Sanath Jayasuriya's blistering century against Chennai ensures he tops the table - he has scored a stunning 83% of his total runs in the IPL in fours and sixes. Michael Hussey, Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh are the only ones to make both the lists, while Rohit Sharma just misses out - he is in 11th place with 65.54% of his runs in boundaries. Batsmen with highest percentage of runs in boundaries (Qual: at least 100 balls) Batsman Runs scored 4s/ 6s Boundary % Average Runs per over Sanath Jayasuriya 252 30/ 15 83.33 36.00 10.14 Adam Gilchrist 308 36/ 16 77.92 38.50 8.97 Yusuf Pathan 239 28/ 11 74.48 29.87 10.17 Virender Sehwag 287 32/ 14 73.87 41.00 10.56 Andrew Symonds 161 15/ 9 70.81 80.50 9.20 Matthew Hayden 189 24/ 6 69.84 94.50 8.65 Subramaniam Badrinath 184 20/ 8 69.57 46.00 8.94 Shane Watson 287 28/ 14 68.29 71.75 9.46 Michael Hussey 168 12/ 11 67.86 84.00 10.08 Yuvraj Singh 172 15/ 9 66.28 24.57 9.13 All stats till the 36th match of the IPL, between Mumbai and Chennai at the Wankhede Stadium. --------------------------------------------------------- So how do you like these stats, umpire?

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Mumbai Indians :yay: We are catching up quick time :two_thumbs_up:

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Purple cap goes RP Singh. Maximum six hitter is Jayasurya. Orange cap is still with Gambhir. Best economy rate above 30 overs is that of McGrath.

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