Statistical Highlights: Chennai Super Kings vs Bangalore Royal Challengers

Updated: 24 May 2009 06:31 IST

Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings vs Bangalore Royal Challengers on Saturday.

Statistical Highlights: Chennai Super Kings vs Bangalore Royal Challengers

Johannesburg:

  • Jacques Kallis is the top scorer for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2009 - 346 at an average of 28.83, including three fifties.

  • Anil Kumble is the highest wicket-taker for his team - 17 at 19.47 runs apiece.

  • Pandey and Dravid were associated in a 72-run partnership for the third wicket, which is Bangalore's best against Chennai, eclipsing the 25 between Ross Taylor and Jacques Kallis at Bangalore last year.

  • Muralitharan was the leading wicket-taker for Chennai Super Kings - 14 at 18.64 runs apiece in 13 games.

  • Matthew Hayden's run-aggregate of 572 at an average of 52.00 in 12 matches is the best in the IPL 2009. His overall runs tally of 761 (ave.54.35) in 16 matches, including seven fifties, has been bettered only by Adam Gilchrist (931), Suresh Raina (855) and Gautam Gambhir (820).

  • The two teams, which were placed at the bottom of the table last year, would be facing each other in the Final of the IPL 2009.

  • Bangalore Royal Challengers have won three out of five IPL games contested against Chennai Super Kings.

  • Bangalore's six-wicket win is their largest over Chennai.

  • Manish Pandey has received his second MOM award. He has headed the averages (164.00) in the IPL 2009.



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