2020 Indian Premier League: Statistical Overview

2020 Indian Premier League is scheduled to be played from 19th September till 10th November in the United Arab Emirates. All the matches will be played across three venues-Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai Stadiums.

The 13th edition of the competition will see eight franchises fight it out for the coveted prize. Reigning Champions Mumbai Indians will be looking to successfully defend their title this season. Trent Boult, Dhawal Kulkarni will be newest additions to the overall squad for the 2020 Indian Premier League.

Sam Curran and Josh Hazelwood are notable acquisitions made by Chennai Super Kings for the coming season.Pat Cummins was signed for a whopping fee of 15.5 Crores by Kolkata Knight Riders, while Glenn Maxwell was bought by Kings XI Punjab. Yashasvi Jaiswal is another promising youngster who will be looking to make an impact for Rajasthan Royals season.

Chris Morris, Aaron Finch, Adam Zampa, Dale Steyn are the notable signings made by Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Here are some of the important statistics related to 2020 Indian Premier League

2016 was the last time Sunrisers Hyderabad lifted the Indian Premier League title. Last season, they lost the Eliminator game at the hands of Delhi Capitals.

4 wickets needed by Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Dale Steyn to complete 100 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Shakib currently has taken 96 wickets at an average of 24.73.

8 wickets needed by Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Shane Watson to complete 100 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Watson currently has taken 92 wickets at an average of 29.15.

18 wickets required by Mumbai Indians pacer Jaspreet Bumrah to complete 100 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Bumrah has claimed 82 wickets in 77 matches at an average of 26.60.

102 runs required by Mumbai Indians Captain Rohit Sharma to complete 5000 runs in the Indian Premier League. He currently has scored 4898 runs in 188 matches at an average of 31.60 with thirty-six half-centuries to his name.

3 wickets needed by Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Dwayne Bravo to complete 150 wickets in the Indian Premier League. He currently has taken 147 wickets in 134 games at an average of 24.61.

294 runs needed by Sunrisers Hyderabad opener David Warner to complete 5000 runs in the competition. Warner has accumulated 4706 runs in 126 matches at an average of 43.17 with four centuries to his name.

180 runs needed by Rajasthan Royals middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane to complete 4000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Ajinkya Rahane has accumulated 3820 runs in 140 matches at an average of 32.93 with two centuries and twenty seven half-centuries to his name.

245 runs needed by Mumbai Indians all-rounder Kieran Pollard to complete 3000 runs in the Indian Premier League. He currently has accumulated 2755 runs in 148 matches at an average of 28.69 with 14 half-centuries to his name.

346 runs needed by Kolkata Knight Riders captain Dinesh Karthik to complete 4000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Dinesh Karthik has scored 3654 runs in 182 matches at an average of 27.06 with 18 half-centuries to his name.

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