IPL 2019 Points Table: This year, it’s the season 12 of Indian Premier League tournament. For the last 10 years, it has been an annual carnival of Indian cricket. Two teams have returned after experiencing a two-year ban due to on-spot match-fixing – Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.
In the weekdays, only one match is being played at 8 pm IST while on the weekends – Saturdays and Sundays, it turns out to be a doubleheader with one match at 4 pm IST and the second one being at 8 pm IST only. The opening ceremony takes place on Sunday in April 2019.
IPL 2019 Points Table
The batting of KL Rahul led KXIP to a 6-wicket victory against DD. For KKR, the players were Sunil Narine and Dinesh Karthik (the new captain) who made their team win by four wickets against Virat Kohli led RCB. Once again, RCB got the worst start. Let’s see how all team performs over the course of the tournament.
The Indian Premier League points table 2018 is going to take many twists and turns before reaching the conclusion. The top four teams in the initial stages will make it to the qualifiers and the Eliminator. In the final match, the Qualifiers’ winner will play to win the trophy.
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Win – 2 points
No Result – 1 point
Tied – 1 point
*** Tied (where it was not possible to complete a Super Over at the end of play or where the Super Over itself is tied)
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How to Calculate Run rate in IPL?
Net Run Rate (NRR) is used to break ties in multi-team one-day and twenty20 international tournaments. But, many people don’t know about it completely and thus don’t understand it to the fullest. However, it isn’t much of a rocket science rather it is quite simple.
A team’s run rate (RR), or runs per over (RPO), is the average number of runs scored per over by the whole team in the whole innings (or the whole innings so far), i.e.
|Run Rate (or Runs per Over) =||Total Runs Scored|
|Total Over Faced|
Taking an example if a team scores 300 runs off 50 overs then their RR is (300/50 = 6)
If the match gets over in 47.5 Overs then the net run rate will be (300/47.833 = 6.27)
0.833 = 5/6 (5 balls that were played in last over / an over which consist of 6 balls)
The concept of NRR involves subtracting the opponents’ RR from the team’s RR, i.e
|Net Run Rate =||Total Runs Score
Total Over Faced
|Total Runs Conceded
Total Over Bowled
IPL Standings Trivia
- None of the teams have reached Qualifiers with less than 14 points in IPL history.
- 5 of the 13 teams have collected 22 points in a season – highest in any IPL season so far.
- Delhi Daredevils and Deccan Chargers have got only 4 points in a season which is the lowest points by any IPL team.
- Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad, and Deccan Chargers haven’t finished 1st in IPL points table, but have won IPL title.
- DD has finished 1st twice but never won IPL trophy.