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1: Royal Challengers Bangalore registered their first win in an away match in five games this IPL.
6: Number of consecutive matches lost by Pune Warriors India in IPL 2013. They equaled Delhi Daredevils’ record of losing most consecutive matches this year.
24.39: Pune Warriors India’s win percentage in IPL – lowest for any side.
75: Robin Uthappa’s innings is the highest by a Pune Warriors India batsman in IPL 2013 bettering Aaron Finch’s 67 against Chennai Super Kings at Chennai. It was also Uthappa’s highest score in Twenty20 cricket.
123: Number of dot balls bowled by Bhuvneshwar Kumar – most by any bowler in IPL 2013. He went past Dale Steyn’s tally of 122 dot balls. 308.33: AB de Villiers’ strike-rate against Ashoke Dinda – 37 runs off 12 balls.
100: Runs scored by Suresh Raina in the match – highest innings by a left-handed Indian batsman in IPL. Raina bettered his own record of 98* against Rajasthan Royals at Centurion in 2009.
84: Runs scored by Suresh Raina off the bowling of Piyush Chawla in IPL. There have been only three better performances. Suresh Raina himself has scored 92 runs off the bowling of Sidarth Trivedi, Albie Morkel had 89 off Shane Warne and Gautam Gambhir has scored 87 runs off the bowling of Albie Morkel.
58.16: David Miller’s batting average in IPL – highest for any batsman playing a minimum of 10 innings.
33: Number of wickets taken by R Ashwin at Chennai - most by any bowler. He equaled Albie Morkel’s tally.
21: Number of batsmen to score hundreds in IPL. In total 27 hundreds have been scored in IPL The break-up: Royal Challengers Bangalore – 5, Delhi Daredevils – 5, Kings XI Punjab-4, Chennai Super Kings- 4, Rajasthan Royals-3, Mumbai Indians- 3, Sunrisers Hyderabad – 2, Kolkata Knight Riders-1. Incidentally Raina is the ninth Indian batsman to score a hundred in IPL.
7: Number of consecutive matches won by Chennai Super Kings. They equal the IPL record of most consecutive wins by a side. Royal Challengers Bangalore had also won seven in a row in 2011.