IPL 2024 Orange Cap And Purple Cap Standings After LSG vs CSK Match: KL Rahul Fourth in Batters’ List, Mustafizur Rahman in Top-4 Among Bowlers – News18

IPL 2024, LSG vs CSK: KL Rahul and Mustafizur Rahman (BCCI)

IPL 2024, LSG vs CSK: KL Rahul and Mustafizur Rahman (BCCI)

IPL 2024 Orange Cap And Purple Cap Standings After PBKS vs MI Match:KL Rahul and Mustafizur Rahman climbed up into the fourth spot in the leading runs and wickets charts respectively.

Following the riveting clash between Lucknow Super Giants and Chennai Super Kings, there have been several changes in both the run-scoring and wicket-taking charts respectively.

Fifties from KL Rahul and Quinton de Kock helped Lucknow Super Giants to beat Chennai Super Kings by eight wickets at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium.

Rahul (82) and De Kock (54), who added 134 runs for the opening wicket, played pivotal roles as LSG raced past the target of 177 in 19 overs.

Earlier, CSK rode on a controlled fifty by Ravindra Jadeja to reach 176 for six. Apart from Jadeja (57 not out), Ajinkya Rahane (36), Moeen Ali (30) and MS Dhoni (28 not out) too chipped in with handy contributions

Stay updated with the latest from IPL 2024, including top contenders for the IPL 2024 Orange Cap and IPL 2024 Purple Cap. Explore the complete IPL 2024 Schedule, IPL 2024 Points Table and players with the Most Sixes, Most Fours and Most Fifties in IPL 2024

Top 5 Batsmen in IPL 2024 Orange Cap Standings

Virat Kohli (RCB): The Royal Challengers Bengaluru’s shining light continues to deliver with the bat however the team as a whole have not been able to perform. He is currently at the top of the run-scoring charts as he has accumulated 361 runs in total from the seven games played at an average of 72.2 and a strike rate of 147.35.

Riyan Parag (RR): The youngster has had a fantastic performance through the season with the bat and seems to have found himself at the number four spot with the Royals. He has racked up 318 runs at an average of 63.6 and striking at a rate of 161.42.

Rohit Sharma (MI): The Hitman continues to have a fine season with the bat. Against PBKS he was not able to capitalise on his start but still made a significant contribution scoring 36 in 25 balls. In the season as a whole, he has scored 297 runs, averaging 49.5 and striking at a rate of 164.09.

KL Rahul (LSG): The star wicket-keeper-batter has led from the front. Standing up to make it count whenever his team need him to. He has 281 runs to his name from seven games with a strike rate of 142.63 and an average of 46.83.

Sunil Narine (KKR): Reuniting with Gautam Gambhir seems to have revived his career with the bat as he continues to deliver consistently for his side at the top of the order. In the six games played, he has scored 276 runs averaging 46 and a strike rate of 187.76.

Position Name Team Matches Runs  Average S/R
1 Virat Kohli RCB 7 361 72.2 147.35
2 Riyan Parag RR 7 318 63.6 161.42
3 Rohit Sharma MI 7 297 49.5 164.09
4 KL Rahul LSG 7 281 46.83 142.63
5 Sunil Narine KKR 6 276 46 187.76
6 Sanju Samson RR 7 276 55.2 155.06
7 Shubman Gill GT 7 263 43.83 151.15
8 Heinrich Klaasen SRH 6 253 63.25 199.21
9 Jos Buttler RR 6 250 62.5 147.93
10 Shivam Dube CSK 7 245 48 157.05

Top 5 Bowlers in IPL 2024 Purple Cap Standings

Jasprit Bumrah (MI): Arguably one of the most valuable cricketers, Bumrah showcases his class during the important times. Against PBKS he picked up 3 wickets while giving away just 21 runs. This now makes it a total of 13 wickets in the seven games to make him the purple cap holder.

Yuzuvendra Chahal (RR): The experienced leg-spinner continues to show his doubters why he is still amongst the best spinners in the tournament as he is now second in the wicket-taking charts at 12 in the seven games.

Gerald Coetzee (MI): While he might be on the expensive side in terms of runs conceded, he continues to pick up crucial wickets for MI. Like Bumrah he also picked up three scalps and now finds himself amongst the top of the pile as he is level with Chahal in terms of wickets taken.

Mustafizur Rahman (CSK): The Bangladeshi pacer has been one of the trump cards for Chennai Super Kings. With his guile of line, length and speed, he has taken 11 wickets from six games and at an average of 19.18

Khaleel Ahmed (DC): The left-arm pacer has been in fine form bowling with the new ball as well as chipping in at the death. His quality bowling is something that DC will continue to rely on. He has picked up 10 wickets in the seven games played at an average of 22.9.

Position Name Team  Wickets  Matches Runs Average Economy
1 Jasprit Bumrah MI 13 7 167 12.85 5.96
2 Yuzuvendra Chahal RR 12 7 217 18.08 8.34
3 Gerald Coetzee MI 12 7 263 21.92 9.92
4 Mustafizur Rahman CSK 11 6 211 19.18 9.17
5 Khaleel Ahmed DC 10 7 229 22.9 9.15
6 Kagiso Rabada PBKS 10 7 233 23.3 8.77
7 Sam Curran PBKS 10 7 193 19.3 8.17
8 Mustafizur Rahman CSK 10 5 183 18.3 8.32
9 Harshal Patel PBKS 10 7 263 26.3 10.11
10 Pat Cummins SRH 9 6 189 21 7.87