IPL 2024 Purple Cap: Updated After Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow Super Giants Match No. 39

The 39th fixture of IPL 2024 concluded with another enthralling encounter, delighting fans with its intense showdown. Following their recent clash at Ekana Stadium, the teams battled once more at the iconic M. Chidambaram Stadium. The match witnessed remarkable performances, particularly from the bowlers, resulting in notable changes to the Purple Cap table. It was a spectacle filled with action-packed moments, leaving spectators on the edge of their seats throughout.

LSG’s Average Bowling:

In the match, Lucknow Super Giants won the toss and elected to field first, aiming to put pressure on the Chennai Super Kings batting lineup. Their decision bore fruit early on as Matt Henry struck in the very first over, dismissing Ajiyanka Rahane and providing LSG with an early breakthrough. Yash Thakur joined the attack and further dented CSK’s innings by removing Daryl Mitchell.

However, despite these initial successes, Lucknow Super Giants found themselves struggling against the onslaught of CSK batters, particularly Ruturaj Gaikwad, who played a stellar innings. The LSG bowlers seemed helpless in containing the flow of runs as Gaikwad, supported by Shivam Dube’s explosive knock, propelled CSK to a formidable total of 211 runs. Even though Quinton de Kock managed to run out Dube, CSK had already set a challenging target for Lucknow Super Giants to chase down.

Chennai’s Commendable Try:

In the second innings, Chennai Super Kings began their bowling spell with determination and precision. Deepak Chahar set the tone early by dismissing Quinton de Kock in just the third ball of the first over, giving CSK an early breakthrough. Mustafizur Rahman joined the attack and further bolstered Chennai’s bowling effort by claiming the crucial wicket of KL Rahul, putting Lucknow Super Giants under pressure.

Matheesha Pathirana emerged as a standout performer with the ball for Chennai, showcasing his skills by dismissing both Devdutt Padikkal and Nicholas Pooran. Despite these notable contributions from the bowlers, Chennai Super Kings’ efforts were not enough to contain the determined batting lineup of Lucknow Super Giants. Despite their best efforts, LSG chased down the target of 211 runs with relative ease, securing victory by 6 wickets and demonstrating their batting prowess in the process.

The Purple Cap Race:

Player’s NameTeamMatchWickets  BBI  Average  Economy Rate
Jasprit Bumrah  MI  8  135/21  15.69  6.38
Yuzvendra Chahal  RR  8  133/11    20.38  8.83
Harshal Patel  PBKS  8  133/15  21.38  9.59
Mustafizur RahmanCSK  7  124/29  23.08  10.07
Gerald CoetzeeMI  8  124/3424.00  10.11
Matheesha Pathirana  CSK  5114/2813.827.6
Sam Curran  PBKS  8  113/2819.18  8.79
Kuldeep YadavDC  5104/5515.2  7.6
T NatarajanSRH  5104/1917.00  8.5
Kagiso Rabada  PBKS  8102/1827.3  8.53

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The 39th fixture of IPL 2024 concluded with another enthralling encounter, delighting fans with its intense showdown. Following their recent clash at Ekana Stadium, the teams battled once more at the iconic M. Chidambaram Stadium. The match witnessed remarkable performances, particularly from the bowlers, resulting in notable changes to the Purple Cap table. It was a spectacle filled with action-packed moments, leaving spectators on the edge of their seats throughout.

LSG’s Average Bowling:

In the match, Lucknow Super Giants won the toss and elected to field first, aiming to put pressure on the Chennai Super Kings batting lineup. Their decision bore fruit early on as Matt Henry struck in the very first over, dismissing Ajiyanka Rahane and providing LSG with an early breakthrough. Yash Thakur joined the attack and further dented CSK's innings by removing Daryl Mitchell.

However, despite these initial successes, Lucknow Super Giants found themselves struggling against the onslaught of CSK batters, particularly Ruturaj Gaikwad, who played a stellar innings. The LSG bowlers seemed helpless in containing the flow of runs as Gaikwad, supported by Shivam Dube's explosive knock, propelled CSK to a formidable total of 211 runs. Even though Quinton de Kock managed to run out Dube, CSK had already set a challenging target for Lucknow Super Giants to chase down.

Chennai’s Commendable Try:

In the second innings, Chennai Super Kings began their bowling spell with determination and precision. Deepak Chahar set the tone early by dismissing Quinton de Kock in just the third ball of the first over, giving CSK an early breakthrough. Mustafizur Rahman joined the attack and further bolstered Chennai's bowling effort by claiming the crucial wicket of KL Rahul, putting Lucknow Super Giants under pressure.

Matheesha Pathirana emerged as a standout performer with the ball for Chennai, showcasing his skills by dismissing both Devdutt Padikkal and Nicholas Pooran. Despite these notable contributions from the bowlers, Chennai Super Kings' efforts were not enough to contain the determined batting lineup of Lucknow Super Giants. Despite their best efforts, LSG chased down the target of 211 runs with relative ease, securing victory by 6 wickets and demonstrating their batting prowess in the process.

The Purple Cap Race:

Player’s NameTeamMatchWickets  BBI  Average  Economy Rate
Jasprit Bumrah  MI  8  135/21  15.69  6.38
Yuzvendra Chahal  RR  8  133/11    20.38  8.83
Harshal Patel  PBKS  8  133/15  21.38  9.59
Mustafizur RahmanCSK  7  124/29  23.08  10.07
Gerald CoetzeeMI  8  124/3424.00  10.11
Matheesha Pathirana  CSK  5114/2813.827.6
Sam Curran  PBKS  8  113/2819.18  8.79
Kuldeep YadavDC  5104/5515.2  7.6
T NatarajanSRH  5104/1917.00  8.5
Kagiso Rabada  PBKS  8102/1827.3  8.53

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