IPL 2020: Mumbai Points Table reached the playoffs, top, know the details

Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by five wickets in the match on Wednesday. With this victory, Mumbai's team has become the first team to reach the playoffs in IPL 2020.

IPL 2020: Mumbai Points Table reached the playoffs, top, know the details

For the third consecutive year, Mumbai Indians have made it to the playoffs. Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by five wickets in the match on Wednesday. With this victory, Mumbai's team has become the first team to reach the playoffs in IPL 2020. Mumbai team led by Rohit Sharma is also on top in IPL points table. Mumbai has won eight matches in this season of IPL while they have lost in four matches.

Royal Challengers Bangalore team is at number two. Delhi Capitals team is in third place. Both the teams have won seven matches each, but Bangalore are second on the basis of net run rate. The KL Rahul-led Punjab team is at number four in the IPL table. Kolkata Knight Riders' team, which has lost six matches this season, is at number 5. Rajasthan Royals have won five matches at number six and Sunrisers Hyderabad after winning number four matches at number seven.

Chennai Superkings is at the botto Devdutt Padikkal, a 20-year-old young batsman playing his first IPL, has crossed the 400-run mark this season. He scored a brilliant 74 against Mumbai Indians yesterday. In this IPL, he has scored 417 runs thanks to four half-centuries. He is at number 5 in terms of scoring the most runs. KL Rahul, who has scored 595 runs, has retained his hold on the Orange Cap.

Shikhar Dhawan, who scored two centuries in IPL, is in second place. He has scored 471 runs in 11 matches so far with two centuries and two half-centuries. Third number is Davidon Warner of Sunrisers Hyderabad who has scored 436 runs. Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli, who has scored 424 runs, is in fourth place.
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In the Purple Cap race, Delhi Capitals fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is on top with 23 wickets. The second is Mumbai Indians pacer Jasprit Bumrah. He has taken 20 wickets in 12 matches. Third place is Mohammad Shami of Kings XI Punjab who has taken 20 wickets. Number four is RCB spinner Yajuvendra Chahal who has taken 18 wickets in the tournament so far. At number five is Sunrisers Hyderabad leg-spinner Rashid Khan, who has taken 17 wickets in 12 matches.