Kolkata Knight Riders have been seeking to be a part of Gujarat Titans on the high of the IPL 2022 factors desk however an enormous seven-wicket loss to Sunrisers Hyderabad meant that they’ve slipped from 2nd to 4th place on the Factors Desk on Friday (April 15). SRH posted their third successive win to affix 5 different groups on 6 factors from 5 matches – together with KKR.
SRH, nevertheless, stay within the seventh spot attributable to a poor NRR of -0.196 however a win with greater than two overs to spare in opposition to KKR was an enormous increase to their run-rate. KKR even have six factors however they’ve performed in six matches thus far and have a NRR of 0.223.
Factors desk after SRH vs KKR conflict…
5-time champions Mumbai Indians are the one aspect not have received a single sport in IPL 2022 thus far. They are going to be dealing with Lucknow Tremendous Giants on Saturday (April 16) hoping to get their first win of the match.
Orange Cap – Jos Buttler (272 runs)
RR opener Jos Buttler continues to guide the run-scoring charts, notching up 272 runs in 5 matches at a mean of 68 and strike-rate of 152.8. Buttler smashed 54 off 24 balls in opposition to GT with three sixes and eight fours.
GT captain Hardik Pandya rose to 2nd spot within the Orange Cap race along with his second successive fifty-plus rating in IPL 2022. Hardik top-scored with 87 off 52 balls with four sixes and eight fours to energy his crew to 192/four after batting first.
The GT all-rounder now has 228 runs in 5 matches at a mean of 76 and strike-rate of 136.5. Chennai Tremendous Kings all-rounder Shivam Dube slipped to 3rd place and has scored 207 runs in 5 matches at a mean of 51.75 and strike-rate of 176.9.
KKR all-rounder Andre Russell moved as much as ninth place along with his unbeaten 49-run knock in opposition to SRH. Russell now has 179 runs in 6 matches at a strike-rate of 179 with one fifty.
Purple Cap – Yuzvendra Chahal (12 wickets)
Rajasthan Royals leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal continues to guide the Purple Cap race with 12 wickets thus far. Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer T. Natarajan zoomed into second place on Friday night time, claiming 3/37 in opposition to KKR.
Left-arm pacer Natarajan now has 11 wickets in 5 matches at a mean of 15.45. KKR pacer Umesh Yadav failed so as to add to his wickets tally and slipped to 3rd spot. Umesh now has 10 wickets in 6 matches at a mean of 16.3.