IPL 2020 Points table: The extravaganza, the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) has already been started in the United Arab Emirtaes (UAE) and has covered eleven matches. All the teams are giving their best on the stage to win the cash-rich T20 league.
The eleventh match that took place at Sheikh Zayed stadium on 29th September, locked horns between the Delhi Capitals (DC) and the Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH). However, DC seemed favorite to win, but SRH stole the show as Kane Williamson was their part today.
Except the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and the Rajasthan Royals (RR), all franchises have played three games. The two sides are yet to play their second match. In the updated point, RR tops the table as out of two played, they lost none. Despite missing on Ben Stokes, the men in Pink have not lost their momentum.
DC, who have been giving thrills to the witnessers, have won their two out of three matches with a good margin, hence, enjoy the second position. On the other hand, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), despite facing harsh criticism, lays on the third spot. All of their three matches were thrilling and yet, the side managed to win two.
Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) being led by KL Rahul, could have won two outta three but after the umpire gave a wrong call for a short-run, the side lost in their inaugural match of the IPL 2020. They are resting on the fourth spot having 1 out of 3 played.
It is surprising to see that the four times IPL winners, Mumbai Indians (MI), are on fifth winning only a single game yet out of three played. The side began their journey with a defeat against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) who are struggling at the last spot despite being three times IPL champions. The Orange Caps are lying in between MI and CSK on 6th spot.
Here is how the IPL 2020 points table looks after SRH vs DC
Many of the matches are still remaining to decide on the fate of the winning team. Predicitng, DC, KXIP, RCB, and, RR seem super favorite to clinch the IPL 2020 trophy in the end.
Ben Stokes to join Rajasthan Royals in the first week of October