IPL Betting stats

IPL Betting Stats

The 13th IPL gets underway in March 2020 and we will be bringing you our unique stats throughout the tournament. As well as this we have historic stats from the previous IPL and all the historical stats for previous tournaments too. If there’s a stat you want that we’ve not covered send us a tweet to @CricketicsIndia and we will find it for you!

Our stats follow the betting markets of the major bookmakers so you can use them to help with your betting. During the tournament, we have IPL betting tips for every game!

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Here are the full stats, in moving graph form, for every team in IPL history! (group stages only)

IPL Team by Team Stats

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Mumbai Indians Stats

The Mumbai Indians are the current IPL champions and are a strong favourite for the IPL 2020 whenever it gets ...
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Super Kings betting stats and latest odds

Chennai Super Kings Stats

Chennai Super Kings are the 3 times winners of the IPL and have made the final 5 other times. They ...
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RCB betting tips odds and stats

Royal Challengers Bangalore Stats

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Dehli Capitals Stats

The Dehli Capitals made a solid start to the last IPL finishing joint-top with 18 points. They ended the table ...
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IPL All Time Statistics

Here is the quick guide to the best stats and averages from the history of the IPL.

IPL All Time Total Average
Sixes 8087 674
Century 57 4.75
Wickets
Runs

We can now break these down to look at the year on year trends!

All-time six stats

Year Sixes
2019 784
2018 872
2017 705
2016 638
2015 692
2014 714
2013 674
2012 727
2011 638
2010 582
2009 442
2008 619
Average 674

With an average of 674 sixes, the trend is looking like 700 sixes will be broken each tournament. This has now happened in 5 IPLs including the last 3 with a peak at 872 sixes in 2018. For a betting perspective, we would be looking for a bet of over 700 sixes in the 2020 IPL.

All-time Century stats

Year 100s
2019 6
2018 5
2017 5
2016 7
2015 4
2014 3
2013 4
2012 6
2011 6
2010 4
2009 1
2008 6
Average 4.75

This shows an average of 4.75 centuries per year. The trend is for higher numbers in the later years with 5 being the minimum since 2015. The highest ever score still stands as Chris Gayles colossus 175 not out. If you are looking for pre-tournament bet bookmakers, like Betway India, will be offering bets on how many centuries are scored in the tournament. We’d be looking for a line of over 4.5 for a good bet.

Highest Batsman Score in an IPL Innings

Year Score
2019 114
2018 128
2017 128
2016 126
2015 133
2014 122
2013 175
2012 128
2011 120
2010 127
2009 114
2008 158
Average 131

 

This is a great one for the betting markets with the chance of some big odds if you can pick a match where there will be a big score. It’s also good for a pre-tournament bet on the highest score from any player. Excluding the one-off mega innings that saw Chirs Gayle hit 175 the usual top score is around the 120 mark. Gayles innings along with Brendan Callums 158 back in 2008 are the only 2 innings to go over the 150 mark.

Unlike others, there is no clear trend in the highest score and a marker of 120-135 would be in the expected range again this year.

Gayle hits 175 in 66 balls

IPL 2019 Stats

The 2019 was an epic IPL with Mumbai Indians winning again, the stats are interesting when we are considering betting for the upcoming IPL 2020. Here we will look at some more in-depth player stats to help us see the players to watch this year.

We will start with the batsman and then move on to the bowlers.

IPL 2019 batting stats

Top 10 run-scorers + (Average)

  1. D Warner – 692 (69.20)
  2. L Rahul 593 (52.91)
  3. Q De Kock 529 (35.27)
  4. S Dhawan 521 (34.73)
  5. A Russell 510 (56.67)
  6. C Gayle 490 (40.83)
  7. R Pant 488 (37.54)
  8. V Kohli 464 (33.14)
  9. S Iyer 463 (30.87)
  10. J Bairstow 445 (55.62)

What a performance from David Warner with the bat! Top of the overall runs scored and second in the highest batting averages to MS Dhoni who go an astonishing 83.20 with 416 runs in total.

Top 10 most boundaries (4s)

  1. S Dhawan  – 64 (DC)
  2. D Warner – 57 (SH)
  3. R Sharma – 52 (MI)
  4. L Rahul – 49 (KP)
  5. J Bairstow – 48 (SH)
  6. P Patel – 48 (RCB)
  7. King Kohli – 46 (RCB)
  8. A Rahane – 45 (RR)
  9. S Raina – 45 (CSK)
  10. C Gayle – 45 (KP)

I was surprised to see Chris Gayle only in 10th but he did only play 13 games compared to some others in the top 10 who played 16 & 17. With a better run, Gayle would have been right up there. If you were looking for a pre-tournament bet on this market then I would look for a team who should go all the way in the tournament.

Top 10 sixes

  1. A Russell – 52
  2. C Gayle – 34
  3. H Pandya – 27
  4. R Pant – 27
  5. A D Viliers – 26
  6. L Rahul – 25
  7. Q De Kock – 25
  8. M Dohni – 23
  9. C Lynn – 22
  10. K Pollard – 22

This reads like a who’s who of the big hitters and is the only batting top 10 that David Warner does feature in. In the 2020 IPL we would expect to see similar names topping this list again.

Most Fifties

  1. D Warner – 8
  2. L Rahul – 6
  3. S Dhawan – 5
  4. A D Villiers – 5
  5. C Gayle – 4
  6. A Russell – 4
  7. Q De Kock – 4
  8. C Lynn – 4
  9. MS Dhoni – 3
  10. S Raina – 3

Again the man of 2019 David Warner tops the list for the most fifties in the IPL.

Centuries

  1. D Warner – 1
  2. L Rahul – 1
  3. J Bairstow – 1
  4. S Samson – 1
  5. V Kohli – 1
  6. A Rahane – 1

2019 saw 6 centuries hit which is the second-highest in IPL history and was the 4th time there have been 6. If you were betting on this market then over 5.5 centuries would be a good bet in our opinion.

Highest strike rate

  1. Andre Russell 204
  2. Hardik Pandya 191
  3. Sam Curran 172
  4. Sunil Narine 166
  5. Moeen Ali 165

IPL 2019 bowling stats

Top 10 wicket-takers in 2019 IPL

  1. I Tahir – 26
  2. K Rabada – 25
  3. D Chahar – 22
  4. S Gopal – 20
  5. J Bumrah – 19
  6. K Ahmed – 19
  7. M Shami – 19
  8. Y Chahal – 18
  9. R Khan – 17
  10. H Singh – 16

Three players from the Chennai Super Kings make the top 10 list, the most from any team. They have a most excellent bowling attack and with these players maintained you would have to expect more to come from them this year too. From a bowling perspective, they are the team to watch.

Best bowling economy rates (Minimum 10 overs)

  1. R Khan 6.28 (60 overs)
  2. R Jadeja 6.35 (54 overs)
  3. R Chahar 6.55 (47 overs)
  4. J Bumrah 6.63 (61.4 overs)
  5. M Nabi 6.65 (29.1 overs)

We’ve missed out on the players with lower averages who only bowled a couple of overs as it is not a fair representation of the bowlers to include them.

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