To beat David Warner as the batter with the second-most runs in an IPL edition, Jos Buttler needs to score 25 runs.
It's all down to the grand final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 after 70 league matches and three Playoff matchups. On Sunday, May 29 at the grand and famous Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the inaugural season champions Rajasthan Royals (RR) will face the new franchise Gujarat Titans (GT) in the summit showdown. After recent dominance by Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK), the league's 15th edition will finally see a new winner (CSK).
While GT qualified for the final in their first season, RR will be competing for the first time since their successful and fairytale 2008 campaign. Sanju Samson, who took over from the late Shane Warne in the first IPL, is now the second captain to lead RR into the big game after Warne.
4 – Shubman Gill (46) needs four sixes to reach 50 maximums in the IPL.
25 – Jos Buttler (824) requires 25 runs to surpass David Warner (848) and become the batter with the second-most runs in an IPL edition.
77 – David Miller (2423) needs 77 runs to complete 2500 runs in the IPL.
78 – Wriddhiman Saha (2422) is 78 runs away from reaching 2500 runs in the tournament.
1 – Yuzvendra Chahal needs just one wicket to go past Imran Tahir and Wanindu Hasaranga both (26) to become the spinner with the most wickets in an IPL season.
71 – Hardik Pandya (1929) requires 71 runs to complete 2000 runs in the cash-rich league.
2 – Mohammed Shami (98) requires two wickets to get to the landmark of 100 wickets in the league.
7 – Hardik (143) is seven fours away from reaching 150 fours in the tournament.
2 – Prasidh Krishna (48) requires two wickets to get to 50 wickets in the IPL.
1 – Hardik (99) is one innings away from appearing in 100 IPL innings.
38 – Wriddhiman Saha (3962) requires 38 runs to get to 4000 runs in T20 cricket.
2 – Alzarri Joseph (48) needs two wickets to get to 50 wickets in T20 cricket.
1 – R Ashwin (157) needs just one scalp to surpass Piyush Chawla (157) and become the fifth-highest wicket-taker in the IPL.
3 – Hardik (47) also needs three scalps to get to 50 wickets in the league.
3 – R Sai Kishore (47) is three scalps away from completing 50 wickets in the T20 matches.
5 – Matthew Wade (295) needs five fours to get to 300 fours in T20 cricket.
3 – Sanju Samson (247) requires three fours to get to 250 fours for RR in the T20 games.
20 – Ashwin (980) needs 20 runs to get to 1000 runs in the T20 games.
2 – Chahal (165) requires two wickets to go past Amit Mishra (166) and become the third-highest wicket-taker in the competition.