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IPL Points Table (Updated) On 19th MAY after SRH vs PBKS, SRH Strengthened the 2nd Spot in the TATA IPL Points table


IPL Points Table: A New Day and another run-fest in Hyderabad and Sunrisers Hyderabad have chased down 214 runs in 19 overs. This win helped them strengthen their number 1 spot in the latest updated IPL Points table 2024.

SRH vs PBKS Match Highlights

Batting first, the two openers of Punjab Kings- Atharva Taide and Prabhsimran provided a stable and aggressive start and stitched up a 97-run partnership for the first wicket. Prabhsimran impressed the management with a 45-ball 71 and Roussow also played a crucial knock of 32 runs in just 15 balls. Punjab Kings posted a big total of 214 runs against the home team SRH.

IPL Points Table (Updated) On 19th MAY after SRH vs PBKS, Sunrisers Hyderabad Move to 2nd Spot in Updated Rankings
Image: IPLT20

Arshdeep Singh lit up the competition by knocking out Travis Head first ball. However, Rahut Tripathi and Abhishek Sharma added runs for SRH and the finishing touches by Nitish Reddy and Klaasen turned the game to the side of the home team. They lost a few wickets in the process but end justifies the mean. SRH defeated PBKS by 4 wickets.

RCB vs CSK Match Summary

It was the kind of match where even fans were indifferent about whom to support, it was Virat Kohli vs Mahendra Singh Dhoni himself. Ruturaj won the flip of the coin, which he is not used to, and asked RCB to bat first. The weather websites had forecasted light rain in the early stage of the match and that exactly happened.

Virat and Faf made the most out of the first three overs of powerplay which were bowled by pacers. They scored 31 off the first 3 overs and then rain interrupted for a short time and luckily there was no deduction in the overs per side. The next three overs in the powerplay were bowled by spinners and they were getting huge assistance off the surface which had Kohli and Faf on the check.

IPL Points Table (Updated) On 19th MAY after RCB vs CSK
Unlucky Faf runout at the bowler’s End (Image-BCCI)

The two openers added 78 runs for the first wicket and Virat Kohli was caught at the long-on at the personal score of 47 runs in 29 balls. As Virat left the crease, Faf took the assault and started bashing boundaries with Rajat Patidar who also went on full flow. Soon, Faf fell to an unfortunate runout at the bowler’s end.

Green then combined with Patidar and took the CSK bowling by storm. He was there to stamp his arrival and he did so in fashion. With small cameos from Dinesh Karthik and Glenn Maxwell, RCB reached 218 runs and they needed to restrict CSK under 200 or they were going out of the tournament.

The chase started in animated style as Glenn Maxwell removed the opener skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad in the very first ball of the chase. This was quite enough to light up the crowd and soon Yash dismissed Daryl Mitchell courtesy to Virat’s brilliant catch. The RCB were in absolute control of the match.

Ajinkya Rahane and Rachin Ravindra were in the crease but they didn’t allow RCB to put pressure on them as they found boundaries in the crucial stages. CSK scored 58 runs even after losing two early wickets in the batting powerplay.

Rahane came with positive intent and it reflected in his shots and confident drives and so was Rachin Ravindra. CSK posted 85 runs in the first 9 overs when Lockie Ferguson struck in his first ball and dismissed Ajinkya Rahane (33).

IPL Points Table (Updated) On 19th MAY after RCB vs CSK,
Rachin celebrating his half-century (Image-BCCI)

Rachin Ravindra stood at the other end and posted a brilliant 61 off just 37 balls but he also lost his wicket in the crucial moment. Shivam Dube was struggling to even bat a ball and Green ended his 15-ball 7-run struggle. Santner also went back soon after him.

Dhoni and Jadeja were in the crease and both gave it their all in the final overs. CSK needed 17 runs in the final over to qualify for the playoffs even if they lose the game. Dhoni hit Yash Dayal for a 110-meter six in the first ball of the over but Yash dismissed MSD the next ball. 10 runs in the last two balls to qualify for CSK and Yash Dayal didn’t allow a single run.

RCB defeated CSK by 27 runs and out of nowhere, they have made it to the playoffs of the TATA IPL 2024.

Let’s take a look at the IPL Points Table (Updated) On 19th MAY after SRH vs PBKS:

IPL Points Table (Updated) after SRH vs PBKS

SRH have now reached the second spot and they are a strong contender for the first qualifier against KKR. They have 17 points in 14 matches with an NRR of 0.273.

RCB have been in a different zone as they have registered their sixth win in a row. They are now ranked 4th in the IPL Points table with 14 points and +0.460 NRR. RCB have cemented their spot in the TATA IPL 2024 playoffs.

Meanwhile, Kolkata Knight RidersRajasthan Royals, and Sunrisers Hyderabad were the three sides to qualify before today’s match, and now add Royal Challengers Bengaluru to the list.

1Kolkata Knight Riders (Q)13931191.428
2Sunrisers Hyderabad (Q)14851170.273
3Rajasthan Royals (Q)13850160.273
4Royal Challengers Bengaluru (Q)14770140.460
5Chennai Super Kings (E)14770140.390
6Delhi Capitals (E)1477014-0.377
7Lucknow Super Giants (E)1477014-0.667
8Gujarat Titans (E)1457212-1.063
9Punjab Kings (E)1358010-0.347
10Mumbai Indians (E)1441008-0.318
*IPL Points Table.

READ: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Pitch Report For SRH vs PBKS, Hyderabad Weather Forecast, SRH vs PBKS Head-to-head Stats IPL 2024

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