Orange and Purple Cap standings after CSK vs RR match (up to date)

Delhi Capitals (DC) opener Shikhar Dhawan continues to maintain the IPL 2021 Orange Cap in his possession with 186 runs beneath his belt. There wasn’t any change on the high of the Purple Cap listing both, as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) seamer Harshal Patel sits fairly with 9 wickets from 3 video games.

Rajasthan Royals (RR) captain Sanju Samson might need gotten out for simply 1 tonight, however he stays in sixth place having scored 124 runs from the three matches to this point. Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) all-rounder Moeen Ali moved as much as eighth within the IPL 2021 Orange Cap listing. The 33-year-old scored a 20-ball 26 tonight and furthered his match tally to 108 runs.

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CSK haven’t any illustration within the high 10 of the IPL 2021 Purple Cap listing [Credits: IPL]

In the meantime, RR newcomer Chetan Sakariya jumped as much as the fifth spot within the IPL 2021 Purple Cap listing. After registering figures of three for 36 tonight, the left-arm speedster has now scalped 6 wickets at a outstanding strike fee of 12 within the season thus far. His teammate, Chris Morris, broke into the highest 10 of the IPL 2021 Purple Cap listing with 5 wickets in his kitty.

The motion will now shift to Chennai as DC lock horns with the Mumbai Indians (MI) at Chepauk on Tuesday (April 20). Whereas Dhawan would look to increase his lead on the high of the IPL 2021 Orange Cap listing, MI leg-spinner Rahul Chahar would wish to go previous Harshal Patel.

CSK convincingly beat RR to go second in IPL 2021 desk

CSK have now won two of their first three IPL 2021 games [Credits: IPL]
CSK have now gained two of their first three IPL 2021 video games [Credits: IPL]

A concerted effort from the Chennai Tremendous Kings helped them go second within the factors desk after beating the Rajasthan Royals by 45 runs in Match 12 of IPL 2021 on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Monday (April 19). RR occupy sixth place, with one win from three matches.

After Sanju Samson gained the toss and opted to subject first, his bowlers jolted CSK early by eradicating Ruturaj Gaikwad (10 off 13) and the dangerous-looking Faf du Plessis (33 off 17) contained in the necessary subject restrictions.

Regardless that Moeen Ali (26 off 20) and Ambati Rayudu (27 off 17) tried to play the rescue act, Chetan Sakariya (3 for 36) picked up three wickets within the center overs to place the brakes on the Males in Yellow. CSK had managed simply 147 for six when captain MS Dhoni (18 off 17) was dismissed within the 18th over. However cameos from Sam Curran (13 off 6) and Dwayne Bravo (20* off 8) powered them to 188 for 9.

In reply, Jos Buttler and Manan Vohra obtained RR off to a gentle begin with a flurry of boundaries. However Sam Curran introduced CSK again into the sport by eradicating Vohra (14 off 11) and captain Sanju Samson (1 off 5) inside the powerplay.

Buttler took the assault to the CSK bowlers by smashing a quickfire 49 off 35, however Ravindra Jadeja’s (2 for 28) peach of a supply castled him and tilted the match in CSK’s favour. 87 for 3 quickly turned 95 for 7 as off-spinner Moeen Ali swept by way of the Rajasthan center order, taking 3 for 7 from three overs.

Regardless that Rahul Tewatia (20 off 15) and Jaydev Unadkat (24 off 17) placed on 42 runs for the eighth wicket, RR finally ran out of balls to complete on 143 for 9 from their 20 overs.

Printed 20 Apr 2021, 00:38 IST

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