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    IPL 5: The numbers game

    Presenting a statistical analysis of the fifth season of the Indian Premier League.

    Presenting a statistical analysis of the fifth season of the Indian Premier League.

    Winner – Kolkata Knight Riders

    Runners-up – Chennai Super Kings

    Lost in playoffs – Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians

    Total matches - 76

    Won batting first – 34 (45.95%)

    Won batting second – 40 (54.05%)

    Highest totals

    222/5 (20) – CSK v DD, Chennai, May 25

    215/1 (20) – RCB v DD, Chennai, May 17

    208/5 (20) – CSK v RCB, Chennai, April 12

    207/5 (20) - DD v MI, Delhi, April 27

    205/8 (20) – RCB v CSK, Chennai, April 12

    197/6 (20) – MI v RR, Mumbai, April 11

    197/5 (19.4) – RR v DC, Jaipur, April 17

    196/2 (20) – DC v RR,Jaipur , April 17

    195/2 (20) – RR v RCB, Bangalore, April 15

    Highest totals batting second

    208/5 (20) – CSK v RCB, Chennai, April 12

    197/5 (19.4) – RR v DC, Jaipur, April 17

    194/6 (20) – KXIP v DC, Mohali, May 13

    193/1 (16.4) – DD v DC, Hyderabad, May 10

    192/5 (19.4) – KKR v CSK, Chennai, May 27#

    #in final

    Lowest totals

    92 (19.2) – MI v DD, Mumbai, April 16

    100 (18.4) – DC v MI, Mumbai, April 29

    101/9 (20) – MI v PWI, Mumbai, April 16

    102/8 (20) – PWI v KKR, Pune, May 19

    108 (19.1) – MI v KKR, Mumbai, May 16

    112 (19.5) – CSK v MI, Chennai, April 4

    114/5 (20) – DD v CSK, Chennai, May 12

    115 (19) – PWI v KXIP, Mohali, April 12

    119 (17.1) – DC v CSK, Visakhapatnam, April 7

    119/6 (20) – PWI v MI, Pune, May 3

    120/9 (20) – MI v PWI, Pune, May 3#

    129/7 (20) – CSK v KXIP, Dharamsala, May 17

    # winning total

    Note: KRR made 97-9 in a 12-over game against DD in Kolkata on April 5.

    Highest match aggregate

    413/13 – RCB (205/8) vs CSK (208/5), Chennai, April 12

    Lowest match aggregate

    185/13 – MI (92) vs DD (93/3), Mumbai, April 16

    Fastest team 50

    4.5 overs – RCB v CSK, Chennai, April 12

    4.5 – RR v DC, Jaipur, April 17

    5.0 – RR v DD, Jaipur, May 1

    5.0 – DD v RR, Jaipur, May 1

    5.0 – KKR v PWI, Kolkata, May 5

    5.0 – KKR v DD, Delhi, May 7

    Fastest team 100

    9.0 overs – DD v DC, Hyderabad, May 10

    9.5 – KKR v CSK, Chennai, May 27

    10.1 – DD v PWI, Pune, April 24

    10.2 – KKR v PWI, Kolkata, May 5

    10.3 – KKR v RCB, Bangalore, April 10

    10.3 – DD v RR, Jaipur, May 1

    Fastest team 200

    18.4 – CSK v DD, Chennai, May 25

    18.5 – RCB v DD, Delhi, May 17

    Highest individual scores

    C Gayle (RCB) – 128* off 62 balls v DD, Delhi, May 17

    M Vijay (CSK) – 113 off 58 balls v DD, Chennai, May 25

    D Warner (DD) – 109* off 54 balls v DC, Hyderabad, May 10

    R Sharma (MI) – 109* off 60 balls v KKR, Kolkata, May 12

    A Rahane (RR) – 103* off 60 balls v RCB, Bangalore, April 15

    K Pietersen (DD) – 103* off 64 balls v DC, Delhi, April 19

    A Rahane (RR) – 98 off 66 balls v KXIP, Jaipur, April 6

    G Gambhir (KKR) – 93 off 51 balls v RCB, Kolkata, April 28

    S Watson (RR) – 90* off 51 balls v PWI, Pune, May 8

    M Bisla (KKR) – 89 off 48 balls v CSK, Chennai, May 27

    Leading run-scorers

    C Gayle (RCB) – 733 runs@61.08, SR 160.75, 100x1, 50x7

    G Gambhir (KKR) – 590 runs@39.20, SR 144.47, 50x6

    S Dhawan (DC) – 569 runs@40.64, SR 129.61, 50x5

    A Rahane (RR) – 560 runs@40.00, SR 129.33, 100x1, 50x3

    V Sehwag (DD) – 495 runs@33.00, SR 161.24, 50x5

    C White (DC) – 479 runs@43.55, SR 149.69, 50x5

    R Dravid (RR) – 462 runs@28.88, SR 112.14, 50x2

    S Raina (CSK) – 441 runs@25.94, SR 135.69, 50x1

    R Sharma (MI) – 433 runs@30.93, SR 126.61, 100x1, 50x3

    M Singh (KXIP) – 432 runs@27.00, SR 126.32, 50x2

    Most sixes

    C Gayle (RCB) – 59

    K Pietersen (DD) – 20

    D Bravo (CSK) – 20

    C White (DC) – 20

    V Sehwag (DD) – 19

    S Raina (CSK) – 19

    R Sharma (MI) – 18

    S Dhawan (DC) - 18

    Fastest fifties

    19 balls – O Shah (RR) v RCB, Bangalore, April 14

    20 balls – V Sehwag (DD) v RR, Jaipur, May 1

    20 balls – MS Dhoni (CSK) v MI, Bangalore, May 23

    21 balls – AB de Villiers (RCB) v RR, Jaipur, April 23

    22 balls – R Taylor (DD) v RCB, Delhi, May 17

    24 balls – JP Duminy (DC) v RR, Jaipur, April 17

    24 balls – C Gayle (RCB) v PWI, Pune, May 11

    25 balls – K Pietersen (DD) v MI, Delhi, April 27

    25 balls – D Warner (DD) v KXIP, Dharamsala, May 19

    Fastest hundreds

    51 balls – M Vijay (CSK) v DD, Chennai, May 25

    52 balls – D Warner (DD) v DC, Hyderabad, May 10

    52 balls – R Sharma (MI) v KKR, Kolkata, May 12

    53 balls – C Gayle (RCB) v DD, Delhi, May 17

    Best bowling in a match

    5/16 – R Jadeja (CSK) v DC, Visakhapatnam, April 17

    5/19 – S Narine (KKR) v KXIP, Kolkata, April 25

    5/25 – D Mascarenhas (KXIP) v PWI, Mohali, April 12

    4/13 – A Chandila (RR) v PWI, Jaipur, May 13

    4/15 – S Narine (KKR) v MI, Mumbai, May 16

    4/16 – L Malinga (MI) v DC, Mumbai, April 29

    4/18 – A Dinda (PWI) v MI, Mumbai, April 6

    4/18 – P Negi (DD) v RR, Jaipur, May 1

    4/19 – K Appanna (RCB) v RR, Jaipur, April 23

    4/20 – M Patel (MI) v DC, Visakhapatnam, April 9

    4/20 – M Morkel (DD) v KXIP, Dharamsala, May 19

    4/25 – S Trivedi (RR) v RCB, Bangalore, April 25

    Hat-trick

    4/13 – A Chandila (RR) v PWI, Jaipur, May 13

    (victims- JD Ryder (ct) , SC Ganguly (st) and RCV Uthappa (st)

    Leading wicket-takers

    M Morkel (DD) – 25 wickets@18.12, Econ 7.19, SR 15.1

    S Narine (KKR) – 24 wickets@13.50, Econ 5.47, SR 14.7

    L Malinga (MI) – 22 wickets@15.91, Econ 6.31, SR 15.1

    U Yadav (DD) – 19 wickets@23.84, Econ 7.43, SR 19.2

    R Vinay Kumar (RCB) – 19 wickets@25.26, Econ 8.60, SR 17.6

    D Steyn (DC) – 18 wickets@15.83, Econ 6.11, SR 15.5

    P Awana (KXIP) – 17 wickets@21.88, Econ 7.91, SR 16.5

    Z Khan (RCB) – 17 wickets@26.65, Econ 7.55, SR 21.1

    K Pollard (MI) – 16 wickets@21.88, Econ 7.98, SR 16.4

    P Chawla (KXIP) – 16 wickets@26.19, Econ 7.35, SR 21.3

    Most wicketkeeping dismissals

    16 – Naman Ojha (DD) – 14 catches, 2 stumpings

    14 – B McCullum (KKR) – 8 catches, 6 stumpings

    14 – MS Dhoni (CSK) – 12 catches, 2 stumpings

    11 - N Saini (KXIP) – 9 catches, 2 stumpings

    9 – R Uthappa (PWI) – 6 catches, 3 stumpings

    Most catches in the field

    13 – R Sharma (MI)

    11 – A Rahane (RR)

    11 – S Raina (CSK)

    10 – S Smith (PWI)

    10 – M Tiwary (KKR)

    Most Man-of-the-Match awards

    5 – C Gayle (RCB)

    3 – AB de Villiers (RCB)

    3 – D Steyn (DC)

    3 – V Sehwag (DD)

    3 – S Narine (KKR)