IPL 2021 Standings

pos POs
teams teams
mp mp
W-L-D w-l-d
N/R N/R
Nrr Nrr
pts pts
1
Delhi Capitals DC
8
6-2-0
0
+0.547
12
2
Chennai Super Kings CSK
7
5-2-0
0
+1.263
10
3
Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB
7
5-2-0
0
-0.171
10
4
Mumbai Indians MI
7
4-3-0
0
+0.062
8
5
Rajasthan Royals RR
7
3-4-0
0
-0.190
6
6
Punjab Kings PBKS
8
3-5-0
0
-0.368
6
7
Kolkata Knight Riders KKR
7
2-5-0
0
-0.494
4
8
Sunrisers Hyderabad SRH
7
1-6-0
0
-0.623
2
View More

IPL 2021 Top Batsmen

#1
Nitish Rana
matches 7
runs 201
Strike Rate 122.56
#2
Rahul Tripathi
runs 187
#3
Andre Russell
runs 163

IPL 2021 Top Bowlers

#1
Pat Cummins
matches 7
wickets 9
econ 8.83
#2
Prasidh Krishna
wickets 8
#3
Andre Russell
wickets 7
Ben Cutting B.Cutting
All Rounder
Matches
21
Runs
238
Wickets
10
Role
All Rounder
IPL Debut
2014
Batting Style
Right Handed
Bowling Style
Right-arm fast medium
Born
January 30, 1987
Nationality
Australia

Standing at 6 feet 4 inches, Ben Cutting's statuesque built adds an extra quality to the fiery pace of this prodigious national prospect. The right-arm fast bowler made his first class debut for Queensland in 2007, where he picked up three wickets. But unfortunately, a side strain kept him out of action for the rest of the year.

Tall Cutting generates tremendous bounce by taking advantage of his height, and often surprises the batsman with a faster delivery. In a match against New South Wales in the same season, 'Cutsy' sent the batsman hopping all over the crease with his sharp bouncers and express pace. His first innings 5-wicket haul in that match, included the likes of Phil Jaques, Philip Hughes and Simon Katich. However, Cutting was at his peak in the 2009-10 Sheffield Shield, becoming the leading wicket-taker with 46 scalps at an average of 23.91 and bagging a Test berth in Australia's squad against New Zealand at the Gabba in the 2011-12 season.

Cutting has been a regular contribution in the one-day arena as well, taking wickets and scoring useful runs for his team.
The talented speedster was included in the Punjab squad for the 2012 Indian T20 League along with South Africa's Kyle Abbott as replacement for injured players Stuart Broad and R Sathish. He made his international debut in an ODI against Sri Lanka and later in T20I as well against the same opposition in January 2013. He played for the Brisbane Heat in Australian Big Bash. He was bagged by Rajasthan in the 2014 season of the Indian T20 league for Rs. 80 lakhs.

IPL Statistics
  • filter by
    2019
Batting & Fielding
Mat
No
Runs
Hs
Ave
s/r
100s
50s
4s
6s
ct
st
Career
21
17
238
39*
21.63
168.79
0
0
15
19
10
0
2019
3
3
18
13* v RR
9.00
105.88
0
0
1
1
0
0
2018
9
6
96
37 v DC
24.00
165.51
0
0
5
8
7
0
2017
4
3
51
20 v MI
25.50
196.15
0
0
5
3
1
0
2016
4
4
65
39* v RCB
32.50
191.17
0
0
4
6
1
0
2014
1
1
8
8 v DC
8.00
133.33
0
0
0
1
1
0
Batting & Fielding
2019
Mat
3
No
3
Runs
18
Hs
13* v RR
Ave
9.00
S/r
105.88
100s
0
50s
0
4s
1
6s
1
ct
0
st
0
Bowling
Mat
Balls
Runs
Wickets
AVe
BBI
Econ
s/r
3w
5w
Career
17
281
429
10
42.90
2/20 v GL
9.16
28.10
0
0
2019
1
12
27
1
27.00
1/27 v DC
13.50
12.00
0
0
2018
7
102
168
2
84.00
1/12 v KKR
9.88
51.00
0
0
2017
4
76
123
1
123.00
1/41 v KKR
9.71
76.00
0
0
2016
4
67
80
5
16.00
2/20 v GL
7.16
13.40
0
0
2014
1
24
31
1
31.00
1/31 v DC
7.75
24.00
0
0
Bowling
2019
Mat
1
Balls
12
Runs
27
Wickets
1
Ave
27.00
BBI
1/27 v DC
Econ
13.50
S/r
12.00
3w
0
5w
0