2022 Indian Premier League is scheduled to be played from 26th March till 29th May in India. BCCI has named four venues for the showpiece event- Braboune Stadium, Wankhede Stadium, Maharashtra Cricket Stadiun, and DY Patil Stadium.
The 14th edition of the competition will see ten teams fight it out for the coveted prize. Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Lions are two new franchises for the coming IPL season.
Four-time IPL Champions Mumbai Indians will be looking to successfully defend their title in this year’s competition. Dewald Brevis, Tim David, Fabian Allen and Daniel Sams are notable acquisitions.
Mahesh Theekshana, Adam Milne, Chris Jordan, Shivam Dube and Devon Conway are notable acquisitions made by Reigning Champions Chennai Super Kings for the coming season.
Shreyas Iyer, Pat Cummins and Alex Hales are the notable signings made by Two-time IPL Champions, Kolkata Knight Riders.
Here are some of the important statistics related to 2022 Indian Premier League
2018 was the last time, Rajasthan Royals, qualified for the playoffs of the competition.. Last season, Kings XI Punjab suffered from inconsistency and finished sixth in the points table.
7 wickets needed by Kolkata spinner Sunil Narine to complete 150 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Ashwin currently has taken 143 wickets at an average of 24.53.
8 wickets needed by Sunrises Hyderabad pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar to complete 150 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Kumar has taken 142 wickets at an average of 25.26.
5 wickets required by Rajasthan Royals spinner Ravi Ashwin to complete 150 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Ashwin has claimed 150 wickets in 167 matches at an average of 27.80.
278 runs needed by Chennai batsman Robin Uthappa to complete 5,000 runs in the competition. Uthappa has accumulated 4,722 runs in 193 matches at an average of 27.94 with twenty-five half-centuries to his name.
216 runs needed by Kings XI opener Shikhar Dhawan to complete 6,000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Left hander has accumulated 4,784 runs in 192 matches at an average of 34.84 with two centuries and forty-four half-centuries to his name.
84 runs needed by Chennai batsman Ambati Rayudu to complete 4,000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Rayudu has scored 3,916 runs in 175 matches at an average of 31.52 with 2 centuries and 28 half-centuries to his name.
254 runs needed by Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni to complete 5,000 runs in the Indian Premier League. Currently, Dhoni has scored 4,746 runs in 220 matches at an average of 39.55 with twenty-three half-centuries to his name.