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0 Number of matches won by the Delhi Daredevils on Indian soil in IPL 2014 (out of seven).
1 Kings XI Punjab became the first team to qualify for Playoffs in IPL 2014. This is the second time Kings XI Punjab have reached the knockout stage of the IPL. The only other instance was in the inaugural edition, in 2008.
5 Number of wicket-maidens bowled in IPL 2014.
13 Number of matches taken by Sandeep Sharma in the IPL to get his 25 wickets. He became the quickest to reach this landmark in terms of matches played.
55 Delhi Daredevils’ score at the end of the powerplay – their highest in IPL 2014.
68 Dinesh Karthik’s innings – highest by a Delhi Daredevils batsman in IPL 2014. JP Duminy had made 67* against Royal Challengers Bangalore at Sharjah.
100 Percent – Delhi Daredevils’ loss-percentage while defending a total in IPL 2014 – 5 losses in as many matches. This is also Kings XI Punjab’s win-percentage while chasing a target this year – 5 wins out of 5 games.
2 Number of batsmen to have aggregated 6000 runs in T20 cricket. Brad Hodge emulated Chris Gayle by doing so.
6 Number of opening pairs used by Mumbai Indians in IPL 2014 – most by any side.
69 Runs added by Brad Hodge and James Faulkner – higher eighth-wicket stand in the IPL. The previous highest was an unbroken 50-run stand between Ryan McLaren and Harbhajan Singh for the Mumbai Indians against the Deccan Chargers in 2010.
90 Percent of Rohit Sharma’s runs came in boundaries – 3 fours and 4 sixes. Rohit’s boundary percentage is the highest for any batsman in IPL 2014 in an innings of 40 runs or more. Kings XI Punjab’s George Bailey had also done so against Chennai Super Kings at Cuttack.
120 Runs added by Michael Hussey and Lendl Simmons – Mumbai Indians’ first opening stand of 50 runs or more this season.