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IPL 2022 Standings

pos POs
teams teams
mp mp
W-L-D w-l-d
N/R N/R
Nrr Nrr
pts pts
1
Gujarat Titans GT
14
10-4-0
0
+0.316
20
2
Rajasthan Royals RR
14
9-5-0
0
+0.298
18
3
Lucknow Super Giants LSG
14
9-5-0
0
+0.251
18
4
Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB
14
8-6-0
0
-0.253
16
5
Delhi Capitals DC
14
7-7-0
0
+0.204
14
6
Punjab Kings PBKS
14
7-7-0
0
+0.126
14
7
Kolkata Knight Riders KKR
14
6-8-0
0
+0.146
12
8
Sunrisers Hyderabad SRH
14
6-8-0
0
-0.379
12
9
Chennai Super Kings CSK
14
4-10-0
0
-0.203
8
10
Mumbai Indians MI
14
4-10-0
0
-0.506
8
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IPL 2022 Top Batsmen

#1
Shreyas Iyer
matches 14
runs 401
Strike Rate 134.56
#2
Nitish Rana
runs 361
#3
Andre Russell
runs 335

IPL 2022 Top Bowlers

#1
Andre Russell
matches 14
wickets 17
econ 9.86
#2
Umesh Yadav
wickets 16
#3
Tim Southee
wickets 14
Ajinkya Rahane A.Rahane
Batsman
Matches
158
Runs
4074
Wickets
1
Role
Batsman
IPL Debut
2008
Batting Style
Right Handed
Bowling Style
Right-arm medium
Born
June 6, 1988
Nationality
India

Ajinkya Rahane, a right-handed top-order batsman from Mumbai is a perfect combination of talent, consistency and aggression. He made his First-Class debut for Mumbai in 2007. In only his second Ranji season, he piled up a mountain of 1089 runs, which was instrumental in Mumbai's 38th Ranji title triumph. He is one of the few players to have scored 1000 runs in a single Ranji season. Having represented Mumbai at all levels, Rahane was always seen as a bright prospect


Rahane scored runs for fun and his twin tons in the Emerging Players Trophy in Australia forced his way into the Indian ODI team in 2011. He showed both talent and elegance to stamp his authority early in his career. He traveled a lot with the Indian Test squad before finally getting a chance in the 2013 Test series against Australia.


Ajinkya didn’t have the best of debuts but he put it past him and only in his third Test, Rahane scored fifties in both innings in Durban. He was often the man for India away from home in a crisis, he showed that in his maiden Test ton in New Zealand. It was his brilliant century on a green deck at Lord’s in 2014 that really made the world take notice. It set up India’s first win at the venue in 28 years. On the tour Down Under, Rahane scored 399 runs in the four-match Test series. His class in whites has never been in question ever since then.


He didn’t quite shine in similar fashion in ODIs but scored his maiden ton in Birmingham in 2014. He has had a dwindling time in the 50-over format though with the odd brilliant knock. His 79 against South Africa in the 2015 World Cup was particularly eye-catching. He has been in and out of the ODI side far too often for a player of his caliber.


In the home series in 2016-17, he only had one big score, when he registered his career best Test score of 188 against the Kiwis. He fell away post that but chipped in with vital contributions against Australia. India depend a lot on him and it should be interesting to see how he adapts to changing batting styles in modern cricket.


In the Indian T20 League, he started with Mumbai but his real success came with Rajasthan. A prolific scorer for them at the top of the order, he was the perfect foil for many aggressive opening partners. He was bought by Pune in the 2016 edition of the tournament and had a fairly decent run. Once Rajasthan returned to the League after a 2-year hiatus, Rahane was once again roped in and also made the captain after Steven Smith’s involvement in the infamous sandpaper gate. During the 2019 auctions of the Indian T20 League, Rahane was bought by Delhi and he will be looking to prove his worth with them.

IPL Statistics
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Batting & Fielding
Mat
No
Runs
Hs
Ave
s/r
100s
50s
4s
6s
ct
st
Career
158
148
4074
105*
30.86
120.67
2
28
431
80
61
0
2022
7
7
133
44 v CSK
19.00
103.90
0
0
14
4
3
0
2021
2
1
8
8 v RR
8.00
100.00
0
0
1
0
-
-
2020
9
8
113
60 v RCB
14.12
105.60
0
1
12
2
4
0
2019
14
13
393
105* v DC
32.75
137.89
1
1
45
9
5
0
2018
15
14
370
65* v SRH
28.46
118.21
0
1
39
5
4
0
2017
16
16
382
60 v MI
25.46
118.26
0
2
35
9
6
0
2016
14
14
480
74 v RCB
43.63
126.64
0
6
54
9
7
0
2015
14
13
540
91* v DC
49.09
130.75
0
4
53
13
3
0
2014
13
12
339
72 v KKR
28.25
116.49
0
3
38
3
6
0
2013
18
18
488
68* v MI
34.85
106.55
0
4
42
11
10
0
2012
16
16
560
103* v RCB
40.00
129.33
1
3
73
10
11
0
2011
10
7
120
52 v CSK
20.00
122.44
0
1
12
2
1
0
2009
8
7
144
62* v RCB
24.00
117.07
0
2
12
3
1
0
2008
2
2
4
4 v KKR
2.00
23.52
0
0
1
0
0
0
Batting & Fielding
2022
Mat
7
No
7
Runs
133
Hs
44 v CSK
Ave
19.00
S/r
103.90
100s
0
50s
0
4s
14
6s
4
ct
3
st
0
Bowling
Mat
Balls
Runs
Wickets
AVe
BBI
Econ
s/r
3w
5w
Career
1
6
5
1
5.00
1/5 v PBKS
5.00
6.00
0
0
2009
1
6
5
1
5.00
1/5 v PBKS
5.00
6.00
0
0
Bowling
2022
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