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POINTS TABLE

Teams Mat Won Pts NRR
Kings XI Punjab 6 5 10 0.394
Chennai Super Kings 5 4 8 0.742
Sunrisers Hyderabad 6 4 8 0.492
Kolkata Knight Riders 6 3 6 0.572
Rajasthan Royals 6 3 6 -0.801
MOST RUNS
Batsman Mat Runs SR
Kane Williamson 6 259 132.14
Sanju Samson 6 239 150.31
KL Rahul 6 236 180.15
Virat Kohli 5 231 138.32
Suryakumar Yadav 6 230 129.21
MOST WICKETS
Bowler Mat Wkt Econ
Mayank Markande 6 10 7.15
Siddarth Kaul 6 9 7.17
Andrew Tye 6 9 7.92
Trent Boult 6 9 8.47
Sunil Narine 6 8 6.95
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