Eleven days into the IPL, how do the teams line up? These are early days and it is too early to call but as they stand no team appears dominant. Hyderabad is ahead with 3 victories out of 3 games, defending champs Mumbai at the bottom with 0/3. With one week gone and no victories to boot for the defending champion. Virat Kohli needs 32 more runs to become the leading run scorer in the IPL history. He has 4527 runs from 144 innings for RCB at 37.41 (SR 130.01).
Head to Head of teams
MI 13 - 8 RCB
Team Record at that Wankhede
MI 4 - 3 RCB
1. AB de Villiers vs Krunal Pandya: AB has been dismissed by Krunal in all the four innings he played against him. He has managed to score 33 runs off 34 balls from Krunal.
2. Pollard vs Chahal: Pollard has managed to score 45 runs off Chahal at a strike rate of 150 but has been dismissed by the tweaker thrice in 30 balls. Pollard has enjoyed playing against RCB scoring 450 runs - the most for him against an opponent (SR 166.67).
3. Kohli vs McClenaghan: McClenaghan has managed to get the better of Kohli on four instances in six exchanges including last three times on the trot. Kohli managed to score only 19 runs off 29 balls from the left-arm seamer.