IPL 2024 Points Table, Orange And Purple Cap Leader After RCB vs LSG, Match 15 : Check Deets

Rajasthan Royals continue to dominate at the summit of the table, having secured three consecutive victories and amassing six points with a positive Net Run Rate (NRR) of 1.249.
IPL 2024 Points Table, Orange And Purple Cap Leaders After RCB vs LSG, Match 15 : Check Deets

RCB vs LSG

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Following a commanding 28-run victory over Faf du Plessis-led RCB, Lucknow ascended to the fourth position in the standings with four points and a NRR of 0.483. Meanwhile, Bengaluru's defeat saw them plummet to the ninth position, with only two points from four games.
Rajasthan Royals maintain their stronghold at the top of the table, boasting three consecutive wins and six points with a positive NRR of 1.249. Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings occupy the second and third positions, respectively.
The Gujarat Titans hold the fifth spot with four points, albeit with a negative NRR of 0.738. SRH sit at sixth place with one win and two losses. Meanwhile, PBKS and MI find themselves at the eighth and tenth spots, respectively, in the IPL 2024 standings.
Following the conclusion of match No. 15 in IPL 2024, LSG's batsman Pooran, who hammered a quick-fire unbeaten 40 runs, surged to third place in the Orange Cap leaderboard with a total of 146 runs. Super Giants opener de Kock, who played a stellar innings of 81 runs, currently occupies the fifth spot with 139 runs. RCB opener Virat Kohli, scoring 22 runs in the match, surpassed Riyan Parag to claim the top spot as the leading run-scorer of the tournament, tallying 203 runs. Riyan Parag from RR follows closely in second place with 181 runs, while SRH's Heinrich Klaasen holds the third position with 167 runs to his credit.
After the match, LSG's pace bowler Mayank Yadav, who claimed a three-wicket haul against RCB, surged to the second position in the Purple Cap leaderboard with six wickets. Meanwhile, CSK pacer Mustafizur Rahman maintains his hold on the top spot with seven wickets. RR leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and GT's Mohit Sharma occupy the third and fourth positions, respectively, with six wickets each. DC's Khaleel Ahmed sits at the fifth spot with five wickets to his credit.
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