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IPL 2021 Points Table, Orange Cap And Purple Update After RCB vs MI Match: RCB Consolidate Top Three Spot; Mumbai Indians Fall to Seventh in League Standings

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers after their win against Mumbai Indians in IPL 2021.

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers after their win against Mumbai Indians in IPL 2021.

IPL 2021 Points Table after PBKS vs SRH Match: Harshal Patel showed his mojo against Mumbai Indians, taking a hattrick. This meant that he now has the Purple Cap with 19 wickets, four more than his next competitor Delhi Capitals' Avesh Khan.

IPL 2021 Points Table after RCB vs MI Match:  RCB beat Mumbai Indians by 54 runs which made sure RCB arrest their slide and consolidate top three spot; nonetheless, this had huge implications for Mumbai who are now second last in the points tally. Yes, as weird as it sounds, but the defending champions are having a sorry campaign. They are seventh in league standings, just above wooden spooners SRH.

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This loss means Mumbai Indians are second last, just ahead of Sunrisers Hyderabad whose campaign is all but over. Time is running out for Rohit Sharma led team who now have just 8 points in ten games they played. Meanwhile Virat Kohli and his team moves to top three and would like to see themselves qualifying for IPL 2021 playoffs. Who knows, a maiden IPL is on the cards!

IPL 2021 Orange Cap Update

Shikhar Dhawan continues to top the Orange cap positions, he is being followed by Punjab Kings KL Rahul who has 401 runs to his name, still 32 less that Dhawan. Third on the list with 394 runs is CSK’s Faf du Plessis. Fourth is Faf’s partner Ruturaj Gaikwad with 362 runs.

IPL 2021 Purple Cap Update

Harshal Patel showed his mojo against Mumbai Indians, taking a hattrick. This meant that he now has the Purple Cap with 23 wickets, 8 more than his next competitor Delhi Capitals’ Avesh Khan. Meanwhile Rajasthan’s Chris Morris, who now has 14 wickets in eight matches is fourth on the list, one behind Mumbai Indians’ Jasprit Bumrah.

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first published:September 27, 2021, 00:19 IST