IPL Points Table 2023: Updated After CSK vs RR Match 17

The game between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals was an intense one. The match was set for another last-ball finish before Sandeep Sharma collected himself and delivered Rajasthan a win by 3 runs. CSK’s skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to bowl first on their home turf. 

Batting first, Rajasthan lost an early wicket in the form of Yashasvi Jaiswal, who was caught by Shivam Dube off Tushar Deshpande’s bowling. Rajasthan’s captain, Sanju Samson sent Devdutt Padikkal in at 3. Padikkal played some strong strokes before getting out on 38. However, as per usual, the star of RR’s innings was the Englishman Jos Buttler, who scored 52 runs from 36 balls to stabilize Rajasthan’s inning. 30 each from Shimron Hetmyer and Ravichandran Ashwin put Rajasthan to a competitive score of 175 in 20 overs. 

CSK’s start was no different from RR’s as they lost their star of the season Ruturaj Gaikwad in the third over only. However, veteran Ajinkya Rahane and Kiwi left-hander Devon Conway tried to stabilize the innings as they put up 68 runs for the second wicket before Rahane was removed by former CSK spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. Quick wickets after that put CSK on the backfoot as the team required 54 to win from the last 3 overs with Dhoni and Jadeja still fresh at the crease. 

The CSK skipper began the charge with a boundary and a maximum off Adam Zampa’s final over, setting the stage for a dramatic finish. The crowd erupted in excitement as Jadeja took over and smashed a four and two towering sixes in Jason Holder’s penultimate over. Chennai Super Kings needed 21 runs from the last six deliveries to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. 

With tension and anticipation reaching fever pitch, Dhoni took strike as Sandeep Sharma delivered two wides to begin the final over. Sharma then landed a perfect yorker, but erred in length on the following deliveries, allowing Dhoni to unleash two massive leg-side sixes that sent the stadium into a frenzy. Sharma bounced back with three successive yorkers, but it was too little too late as Rajasthan Royals emerged victorious. 

With this win, Rajasthan Royals have taken the top spot in the Points Table with 3 wins in 4 games. Chennai Super Kings are where they started despite the defeat. The team has now 2 wins and 2 losses in 4 games and is currently at the 5th spot in the Points Table with 4 points.

Here’s the updated points table after CS vs RR Game 17:

RankTeamsMatchesWonLostNo ResultsPointsNRR
1.Rajasthan Royals43106+1.588
1.Lucknow Super Giants43106+1.048
3.Kolkata Knight Riders32104+1.375
4.Gujarat Titans32104+0.431
5.Chennai Super Kings42104+0.225
6.Punjab Kings32104-0.281
7.Royal Challengers Bangalore31202-0.800
8.Mumbai Indians31202-0.879
9.Sunrisers Hyderabad31202-1.502
10.Delhi Capitals40400-1.576

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The game between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals was an intense one. The match was set for another last-ball finish before Sandeep Sharma collected himself and delivered Rajasthan a win by 3 runs. CSK’s skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to bowl first on their home turf. 

Batting first, Rajasthan lost an early wicket in the form of Yashasvi Jaiswal, who was caught by Shivam Dube off Tushar Deshpande’s bowling. Rajasthan’s captain, Sanju Samson sent Devdutt Padikkal in at 3. Padikkal played some strong strokes before getting out on 38. However, as per usual, the star of RR’s innings was the Englishman Jos Buttler, who scored 52 runs from 36 balls to stabilize Rajasthan’s inning. 30 each from Shimron Hetmyer and Ravichandran Ashwin put Rajasthan to a competitive score of 175 in 20 overs. 

CSK’s start was no different from RR's as they lost their star of the season Ruturaj Gaikwad in the third over only. However, veteran Ajinkya Rahane and Kiwi left-hander Devon Conway tried to stabilize the innings as they put up 68 runs for the second wicket before Rahane was removed by former CSK spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. Quick wickets after that put CSK on the backfoot as the team required 54 to win from the last 3 overs with Dhoni and Jadeja still fresh at the crease. 

The CSK skipper began the charge with a boundary and a maximum off Adam Zampa's final over, setting the stage for a dramatic finish. The crowd erupted in excitement as Jadeja took over and smashed a four and two towering sixes in Jason Holder's penultimate over. Chennai Super Kings needed 21 runs from the last six deliveries to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. 

With tension and anticipation reaching fever pitch, Dhoni took strike as Sandeep Sharma delivered two wides to begin the final over. Sharma then landed a perfect yorker, but erred in length on the following deliveries, allowing Dhoni to unleash two massive leg-side sixes that sent the stadium into a frenzy. Sharma bounced back with three successive yorkers, but it was too little too late as Rajasthan Royals emerged victorious. 

With this win, Rajasthan Royals have taken the top spot in the Points Table with 3 wins in 4 games. Chennai Super Kings are where they started despite the defeat. The team has now 2 wins and 2 losses in 4 games and is currently at the 5th spot in the Points Table with 4 points.

Here’s the updated points table after CS vs RR Game 17:

RankTeamsMatchesWonLostNo ResultsPointsNRR
1.Rajasthan Royals43106+1.588
1.Lucknow Super Giants43106+1.048
3.Kolkata Knight Riders32104+1.375
4.Gujarat Titans32104+0.431
5.Chennai Super Kings42104+0.225
6.Punjab Kings32104-0.281
7.Royal Challengers Bangalore31202-0.800
8.Mumbai Indians31202-0.879
9.Sunrisers Hyderabad31202-1.502
10.Delhi Capitals40400-1.576

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