IPL 5 opener: Mumbai vs Chennai statistical highlights

Updated: 04 April 2012 23:49 IST

# Both Subramaniam Badrinath and Suresh Raina have appeared in 63 games each at the IPL, sharing a record for most matches.  Both have represented Chennai Super Kings at the IPL, without missing a single game.

IPL 5 opener: Mumbai vs Chennai statistical highlights
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# Both Subramaniam Badrinath and Suresh Raina have appeared in 63 games each at the IPL, sharing a record for most matches.  Both have represented Chennai Super Kings at the IPL, without missing a single game.

# Suresh Raina (36 off 26 balls) top-scored for Chennai, extending his record for the highest runs' tally at the IPL to 1849 at an average of 36.25 in 63 matches.

# Raina has taken his sixes' tally at the IPL to 79. Only Adam Gilchrit has registered more sixes (82) than Raina.

# Pragyan Ojha (2/17) took his wickets' tally to 62 at an average of 21.69 in 55 matches at the IPL. Only Rudra Pratap Singh - 64 (ave.24.59) in 56 matches - and Lasith Malinga - 63 (ave.16.61) in 43 matches - have bagged more wickets than Ojha.

# Ojha's average in Twenty20 is excellent, claiming 93 wickets at 18.89 runs apiece in 73 matches.

# Chennai Super Kings (112) have registered their lowest total against Mumbai Indians at the IPL, surpassing the 146 for seven at Cape Town on April 18, 2009.

# Chennai's aforesaid total is their second lowest completed innings total at the IPL - the lowest is 109 against Rajasthan at Jaipur on May 4, 2008.

# Richard Levi has recorded his first fifty at the IPL - his seventh in Twenty20.

# Levi has received the Man of the Match on his IPL debut.

# Rohit Sharma has recorded his sixth duck in Twenty20 - his second at the IPL.

# Rohit Sharma became the second fielder to take 30 catches at the IPL - a tally exceeded only by Suresh Raina (31).

# Mumbai Indians have registered their fifth victory in nine games over Chennai Super Kings at the IPL.

# Mumbai Indians' aforesaid triumph is their second biggest over Chennai at the IPL, next only to the nine-wicket win at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on May 14, 2008.

# Mumbai Indians have won 34 and lost 26 out of 60 contested at the IPL - winning % 56.66.

Topics : Subramaniam Badrinath Cricket Richard Levi Indian Premier League 2012 Suresh Raina Pragyan Ojha
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