Jaipur: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Rajasthan Royals and Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
# Kochi Tuskers Kerala (109) recorded their lowest total in the IPL.
# Shane Warne has claimed 53 wickets at an average of 24.50 in 48 matches - the second highest in the IPL. Only RP Singh (54) has bagged more wickets than Warne in the IPL.
# Warne has captured nine wickets at an average of 16.55 in six matches, the strike rate being 16.0 - the second highest in the IPL behind Malinga's 16.
# Raiphi Gomez recorded his second duck in Twenty20.
# Rahul Dravid has averaged 30.60, amassing 153 in five innings in the IPL 4 - the highest for Rajasthan.
# Shane Watson top-scored in the match with his innings of 49 off 40 balls. He has averaged 40.15 in 25 matches in the IPL - 763, including six fifties with a strike rate of 150.49.
# Shane Warne was adjudged the Man of the Match for the fourth time in the IPL.
# Johan Botha has not been dismissed in the fourth edition of the IPL, while making 132 runs at a strike rate of 134.69 in four innings, including a fifty.
# Siddharth Trivedi has taken seven wickets at 24.42 runs apiece in six matches in IPL 4 - the second best tally for Rajasthan Royals, behind Shane Warne (9).
# Trivedi has become the only Rajasthan Royals bowler to take three wickets in an innings twice in the IPL 4 - his best figures being 3 for 15 against Deccan at Hyderabad on April 9, 2011.
# Rajasthan's eight-wicket triumph is their fifth by such a margin in the IPL.
# Rajasthan's win with 35 balls to spare is their largest with balls remaining.
# Mahela Jayawardene (967 at an average of 33.34 in 42 matches) needs 33 runs to complete his 1,000 runs in the IPL.
# Ravindra Jadeja (162 at an average of 54.00 in six matches) is the second highest run-scorer for Kochi Tuskers Kerala, behind Brendon McCullum's 196 (ave.39.20) in five matches.
# Rajasthan have won 27 and lost 21 out of 49 matches in the IPL (Tied 1).
# Kochi Tuskers Kerala have won three and lost three out of six contested in the IPL.