Rajasthan Royals beat Kings XI Punjab by 6 wickets on Sunday to go to third in the IPL points table. Here are the statistical highlights from the game at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.
# Rajasthan Royals have won seven and lost three out of ten played against Kings XI Punjab - winning % 70.00.
# Rajasthan Royals, with a win over Kings XI Punjab, are placed third in the points table, next only to Mumbai and Bangalore.
# Rajasthan Royals have won 18 and lost nine out of 27 played at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur - winning % 66.66.
# Rajasthan Royals enjoy 100% winning record against Punjab at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, winning all four.
# Rajasthan's six-wicket win is their 40th in 76 matches at the IPL - winning % 53.28 (Tied 1).
# Punjab's 124 is their lowest total against Rajasthan at the IPL, surpassing the 133 for eight at Durban on May 5, 2009.
# Punjab's aforesaid total is their second lowest when they have lost all ten wickets - the lowest being 116 against Deccan Chargers at Dharamsala on May 21, 2011.
# David Hussey (41 off 31 balls) has top-scored for Kings XI Punjab.Â The said innings is his second highest score against Rajasthan Royals, next only to the 42 off 30 balls at Jaipur on May 1, 2008
# Hussey, with 90 runs at an average of 45.00 in three games, is the leading run-getter for Punjab at the IPL 2013.
# In the first three games in the present competition, not even a single fifty has been recorded for Kings XI Punjab
# Adam Gilchrist has recorded his seventh duck at the IPL. Only Manish Pandey (8) and Amit Mishra (8) have recorded more ducks than Gilchrist.
# Kevon Cooper's figures of 8 wickets at 13.00 runs apiece in four games are the best in the IPL 2013 - the next best being 8 at 21.12 runs apiece in five matches by Vinay Kumar
# Sanju Samson became the third Rajasthan wicketkeeper after Mahesh Rawat (twice) and Dishant Yagnik to take three catches in an IPL game.
# Samson, in his first IPL game for Rajasthan, has batted well to post an unbeaten 27.
# Rahul Dravid (9) took his tally to 145 at an average of 36.25 in four gamesÂ - the most by a Rajasthan batsman in the present edition of the IPL.
# Stuart Binny has recorded his second duck in Twenty20.Â He is averaging just 18.58 in Twenty20.
# Adam Gilchrist took his tally of dismissals to 58 in 70 games, extending his IPL record.
# Praveen Kumar (4-1-10-2) has produced the best economy rate (2.50)by any bowler in the present edition of the IPL - minimum three overs.Â The previous best was Dale Steyn (2.75) - 4-1-11-2 vs Delhi at Delhi on April 12.
# Ryan Harris could claim just one wicket in three games at an average of 71.00 in the IPL 2013.
# Ajinkya Rahane (34 not out) has top-scored for Rajasthan Royals, taking his aggregate to 128 at an average of 42.66 in four games this year.
# James Faulkner has got his first Man of the Match award at the IPL for claiming two for 30.