Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals

Result - Qualifier 2 - Chennai

Indian Premier League


139/7 (20 ov)


175/9 (20 ov)

SRH won by 36 runs.

Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bengaluru

Result - Eliminator - Ahmedabad

Indian Premier League


174/6 (19 ov)


172/8 (20 ov)

RR won by 4 wickets

Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

Result - Qualifier 1 - Ahmedabad

Indian Premier League


164/2 (13.4 ov)


159/10 (19.3 ov)

KKR won by 8 wickets

Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders

Cancelled - Match 70 - Guwahati

Indian Premier League

Rajasthan Royals

Kolkata Knight Riders

Match abandoned due to rain

Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

Upcoming - Final - Chennai

Indian Premier League

Kolkata Knight Riders

Sunrisers Hyderabad

26 May 2024, Sun, 7:30 PM IST

Most Wickets in IPL 2024 (IPL Purple Cap 2024)

1Harshal PatelPBKS2414493/1529419.889.73477----
2Jasprit BumrahMI201351.55/2131116.86.48336--1
3Varun ChakravarthyKKR2014483/1628819.658.19393----
4T NatarajanSRH191349.24/1929622.958.844361--
5Avesh KhanRR191654.53/2732927.689.59526----
6Arshdeep SinghPBKS191450.24/2930226.5810.035051--
7Yuzvendra ChahalRR1815583/1134830.339.41546----
8Tushar DeshpandeCSK1713484/2728824.948.834241--
9Pat CumminsSRH1715593/4335432.249.29548----
10Harshit RanaKKR171238.13/2422921.129.41359----
11Khaleel AhmedDC1714502/2130028.189.58479----
12Mukesh KumarDC171035.33/1421321.6510.37368----
13Sunil NarineKKR1614512/22306226.9352----
14Trent BoultRR161653.23/2232027.698.31443----
15Kuldeep YadavDC1611434/5525823.258.653721--
16Sam CurranPBKS1613413/282462610.15416----
17Andre RussellKKR161426.53/2516117.2510.29276----
18Yash DayalRCB151450.13/2030130.69.15459----
19Mohammed SirajRCB1514543/4332433.079.19496----
20Mitchell StarcKKR151338.54/3323328.6711.074301--

R: Runs, Inns: Innings, Avg: Average, SR: Strike Rate, H.S: Highest Score, Wkts: Wickets, Ovs: Overs, 4-Fers: Four Wicket Haul, 5-Fers: Five Wicket Haul, BBI: Best Bowling in Innings, RCI: Runs Conceded Innings, ECN: Economy, Mdns: Maidens, Mat: Matches, BF: Balls Faced

Purple Cap in IPL 2024: Fiery Punjab Kings (PBKS) pacer Harshal Patel leads the Purple Cap race in the ongoing IPL 2024 with 24 wickets after SRH vs RR Qualifier 2.

Punjab Kings (PBKS) pacer Harshal Patel leads the Purple Cap race in the ongoing IPL 2024 with 24 wickets. He has been a standout performer for PBKS this season, consistently delivering match-winning performances with the ball. His ability to take crucial wickets in challenging situations has been instrumental for his team. Patel has taken 24 wickets at an impressive average of 19.88 and an economy rate of 9.73, showcasing his knack for breaking partnerships and maintaining pressure on the opposition.

Pacer Jasprit Bumrah has been exceptional for Mumbai Indians (MI), leading their bowling attack with his usual precision and pace. His standout performance came against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), where he took five wickets for just 21 runs in Match 25, highlighting his ability to perform under pressure. Bumrah has taken 20 wickets at an average of 16.80 and an economy rate of 6.48, demonstrating his consistency and skill in restricting runs.

Varun Chakravarthy of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) has taken 20 wickets in 14 games, proving to be a vital cog in his team's bowling lineup. Known for his mystery spin, Chakravarthy has managed to keep batters guessing, which is evident from his average of 19.65 and an economy rate of 8.19. His ability to bowl tight overs and pick wickets regularly has been a significant asset for KKR.

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) T Natarajan has picked up 19 wickets in 13 games. Natarajan's average of 22.94 and economy rate of 8.83 reflect his capability to maintain control and provide breakthroughs at crucial moments in the game.

Arshdeep Singh, another key bowler for PBKS, has been impressive with 19 wickets in 14 matches. His performances have been crucial for his team, especially his ability to deliver in the death overs. Arshdeep's best performance includes a four-wicket haul, and he has maintained an average of 26.57 with an economy rate of 10.03, reflecting his effectiveness in various phases of the game.

    IPL Purple Cap Trivia

    • Sohail Tanvir was the first bowler to be awarded the Purple Cap for taking 22 wickets in 11 matches in the 2008 season.
    • The record of most wickets in a single edition is jointly held by Dwayne Bravo and Harshal Patel. Bravo scalped 32 wickets in the 2015 season while Patel had 32 victims to his name in the 2021 season.
    • Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the only bowler to have won the Purple Cap in successive editions of the IPL (2016, 2017)

    Rules for IPL Purple Cap 2024

    • The Purple Cap is awarded to the leading wicket-taker of the IPL season.
    • The bowler with the most wickets in the tournament during the season is allowed to wear the Cap in the field.
    • In an event of a tie, the Purple Cap is awarded to the bowler with a better economy rate.

    List of all IPL Purple Cap Winners from 2008 to 2024

    In the inaugural IPL season in 2008, the Purple Cap award was won by Sohail Tanvir. The Pakistan left-arm seamer scalped a total of 22 wickets in the tournament and scalped his wickets at a stupendous average of 12.09.

    The first Indian cricketer to have been the recipient of the Purple Cap award is former left-arm fast bowler RP Singh during the 2009 season of the IPL. Singh took 23 wickets at a strike rate of 15.50 to bag the award.

    Dwayne Bravo and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are the only two cricketers to have won the Purple Cap award on two occasions. While Bravo won the award in 2013 and 2015, Kumar laid his hands on the Purple Cap in 2016 and 2017.

    The other players to have been the recipient of the Purple Cap award in IPL history are Pragyan Ojha, Lasith Malinga, Morne Morkel, Mohit Sharma, Andrew Tye, Imran Tahir, Kagiso Rabada, Harshal Patel and Yuzvendra Chahal.

    In the 14th edition of the IPL, Harshal Patel won the Purple Cap award. The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) pacer scalped a gargantuan 32 wickets to win the Purple Cap award in 2021. Harshal shares the record for the most wickets in an IPL season with Dwayne Bravo, who scalped 32 wickets in the year 2013. With the 2024 season already underway, the race to grab the IPL Orange cap 2024 is also in full flow and several high-profile batters are trying to pip each other.

    Year Player Team Matches Wickets Average Economy Strike Rate 4W 5W
    2008 Sohail Tanvir Rajasthan Royals 11 22 12.09 6.46 11 1 1
    2009 RP Singh Deccan Chargers 16 23 18.13 6.98 16 1 0
    2010 Pragyan Ojha Deccan Chargers 16 21 20.42 7.29 17 0 0
    2011 Lasith Malinga Mumbai Indians 16 28 13.39 5.95 14 0 1
    2012 Morne Morkel Delhi Daredevils 16 25 18.12 7.19 15 1 0
    2013 Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings 18 32 15.53 7.95 12 1 0
    2014 Mohit Sharma Chennai Super Kings 16 23 19.65 8.39 14 1 0
    2015 Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings 17 26 16.38 8.14 12 0 0
    2016 Bhuvaneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 17 23 21.3 7.42 17 1 0
    2017 Bhuvaneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 14 26 14.19 7.05 12 0 1
    2018 Andrew Tye Kings XI Punjab 14 24 18.66 8 14 3 0
    2019 Imran Tahir Chennai Super Kings 17 26 16.57 6.69 15 2 0
    2020 Kagiso Rabada Delhi Capitals 17 30 18.26 8.34 13 2 0
    2021 Harshal Patel Royal Challengers Bangalore 15 32 14.34 8.14 10.56 1 1
    2022 Yuzvendra Chahal Rajasthan Royals 17 27 19.51 7.75 15.1 1 1
    2023 Mohammed Shami Gujarat Titans 17 28 18.64 8.03 13.92 2
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    FAQ Related to Purple Cap in IPL

    Who is having Purple Cap in IPL 2024?

    Punjab Kings (PBKS) pacer Harshal Patel leads the Purple Cap race in the ongoing IPL 2024 with 24 wickets after SRH vs RR Qualifier 2.

    Who has the most Purple Cap in IPL history?

    Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Dwayne Bravo are the only bowlers to have won the Purple Cap two times in IPL history

    Who won the 2008 IPL Purple Cap?

    In 2008, Sohail Tanvir, playing for Rajasthan Royals, took 22 wickets in 11 matches and won the Purple Cap.

    Who is the highest wicket-taker in IPL history?

    Yuzvendra Chahal, with 205 wickets, holds the record for the highest number of wickets in IPL history.

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