IPL Matches are just around the corner and the fans are excited about the matches. They have already decided their favorite team and we are sure that many of you would be going to watch the match in the stadium. What is better than watching a match along with other cricket fans who are pumped with a lot of adrenaline? Winning the match is a different thing and scoring higher points on the table is a different thing.
There are instances when the team may win the match but it still goes out of the series because of the lower points in the Points Table and hence Point table is decisive in any series. Just like any other series, Indian Premier League also follows a Point Table to judge the teams and get the final results of the series. The table plays a really crucial role in elimination rounds and here are more details about IPL 2018 Point Table
Here is the IPL 2018 Point Table
The table contains a few details and these details include the name of the team, matches played, won statistics along with the point and variation in points because of the last match. As per the information available, the IPL also follows the 21.9x law. Here is how the points are given to each team
- Winning the match helps team in gaining 2 points on the table
- Each team gets 1 point if the match is a tie or if the match is canceled because of any reason. So for example, today, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils are having a match and if the match is canceled because of the rain then each team will get one point each.
- There are no points for the team who loses the match.
- The table is made in the descending order i.e. from the highest points to the lowest points and the team having the highest points is the one who is winning the series.
- If there are two teams with equal points then the position is decided by the fact that who won the maximum number of matches and if in case, the number of matches won is also equal then the run rate is taken into consideration. If all of the other stated criteria stands to be equal then the number of wickets taken per bowls by the team is taken into consideration. If by any chance, the number of wickets taken per bowls by the team is also equal then a drawing lot is taken into consideration
The table contains a few details and these details include the name of the team, matches played, won statistics along with the point and variation in points because of the last match. As per the information available, the IPL also follows the 21.9x law. Here is how the points are given to each team.
The tables for IPL 2018 is not yet available and it would be made available once the series kicks off so stay tuned and we will update you with the latest point tally.