- KKR took a huge jump on the focuses table after overcoming RCB by 9 wickets in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match no. 31.
- After the IPL 2021 match no. 31 among RCB and KKR, there is no adjustment of the best five of most elevated run-scorer’s rundown.
- Harshal Patel couldn’t scalp a wicket against KKR on Monday; he stays the main wicket-taker of the association up until this point.
On Monday night, Kolkata Knight Riders took a huge jump on the focuses table after overcoming Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 9 wickets in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match no. 31 at Abu Dhabi.
However, in the wake of picking to bat first, the Virat Kohli-drove side went through a loathsome breakdown as they were bowled out for 92 of every 19 overs.
Secret spinner Varun Chakravarthy (3/13) and all-rounder Andre Russell (3/9) were the picks of the bowlers for KKR, dividing six wickets between one another.
In answer, Kolkata’s initial team sewed an 82-run remain to take the game home, with 60 balls to save. Shubman Gill played a red hot knock of 48 runs off 34 balls while Venkatesh Iyer stayed unbeaten on 41, off 27 conveyances, on his presentation game for KKR.
The triumph helped KKR climb to the fifth spot on the focuses table with 6 focuses and a positive net pace of +0.110.
They are well in front of any semblance of Rajasthan Royals (sixth), Punjab Kings (seventh) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (eighth).
After the IPL 2021 match no. 31 among RCB and KKR, there is no adjustment of the best five of most elevated run-scorer’s rundown. DC opener Shikhar Dhawan leads with 380 runs in eight matches and, as of now, holds the orange Cap.
PBKS skipper KL Rahul stands second with 331 runs at a normal of 66.20, trailed by CSK opener Faf du Plessis, with 320 runs in eight matches. DC’s Prithvi Shaw is fourth with 308 runs, while CSK Ruturaj Gaikwad is put fifth with 284 runs, averaging 40.57.
However, Harshal Patel couldn’t scalp a wicket against KKR on Monday; he stays the main wicket-taker of the association up until this point. He holds the Purple Cap with 17 wickets in 8 games.
DC’s Avesh Khan is set second with 14 scalps, while RR’s Chris Morris has 14 wickets added to his repertoire and is put third. MI’s Rahul Chahar stays in the fourth situation with 11 wickets. Finally, SRH leg-spinner Rashid Khan is fifth with 10 wickets.