Matthew Hayden, with 378 at an average of 47.25, including three fifties in eight games, is the leading run-getter in the 2009 edition.
Hayden got his second MOM award in the IPL for scoring 89 off 58 balls - his highest score in the IPL/Twenty20.
Hayden became the third player after Abraham de Villiers and Yusuf Pathan to post six sixes in an innings in the 2009 edition.
Suresh Raina with 717 at an average of 37.73 in 24 games, is the leading run-getter in the IPL.
With another four runs, Raina (296) would become the second batsman after Hayden to make 300 runs in the second edition of the IPL.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's unbeaten 56 off 27 balls is his second fifty in the 2009 edition of the IPL.
Dhoni, thanks to his two unbeaten innings of fifty-plus in his last two games, is averaging 44.20 in the 2009 edition of the IPL. He has aggregated 221 in eight innings.
Overall, Dhoni has aggregated 635 in 24 games at an average of 42.33, including four fifties at a strike rate of 135.39.
Simon Katich (50 off 25 balls) has recorded his second fifty in the IPL, next only to the 75 off 52 balls against Delhi at Mohali last year.
Yuvraj Singh (58 not out off 36 balls) has recorded his highest score in the 2009 edition - his second fifty.
Chennai Super Kings, with their 12-run victory, have now recorded four wins in as many matches against Kings XI Punjab in the IPL.
Chennai Super Kings is the fourth team after Delhi Daredevils, Deccan Chargers and Rajasthan Royals to post five victories in the second edition of the IPL.
Chennai Super Kings (185/3) registered their best ever total score in the 2009 edition, bettering their 180 for 9 against Delhi at Durban on April 23, 2009.Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab on Thursday.
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