1062 Sixes in IPL 2022, the most in any edition. The average of 16.21 balls per six is second to 15.88 in 2018.
Jos Buttler equalled Virat Kohli’s 2016 record of (4 hundred) most tons in a single edition of a T20 tournament. In all, there were 8 hundreds scored in 74 matches, topping, the 7 scored in 2016 (60 matches).
147 Sixes conceded by RCB, the most by a team in a season. RCB were hit for a six every 12.40 balls, also the worst in a season. Mohammed Siraj conceded 31 – the most by a bowler in a season – followed by Wanindu Hasaranga’s 30.
The run rate in overs 17-20 is 10.83 this season, the highest in a single v edition, bettering 10.62 in 2020. The overall run rate of 8.54 is only behind 8.64 in 2018.
Tim David’s strike rate is 216.27 , the highest for a batter with 100+ runs in a single edition.
Tosses lost by Rajasthan Royals 13 in their 17 matches this season. CSK had lost 12 tosses in 19 games in 2012.
25 Hauls of 4+ wickets in IPL 2022, the highest in a season. Bowlers averaged a 4-for every 2.96 matches, surpassing 4.17 in IPL 2012. The four 5-fors equalled the tally in 2011.
27 Wickets for Yuzvendra Chahal in IPL 2022, the most by a spinner in an edition, ahead of Imran Tahir (26 in 2019) and Wanindy Hasaranga (26 in 2022).
863 runs Jos Buttler’s tally in IPL 2022, only topped by Virat Kohli (973 in 2016) in a single edition.
107 Ducks this season, the highest in an IPL season. That is around 1.45 ducks per match, the second-worst after 2009 (1.65).
200 Dot balls bowled by Prasidh Krishna in 17 innings, the second-highest in an IPL season. Dale Steyn bowled 219 dots in 17 innings in 2013.
17 Catches for Riyan Parag, only behind AB de Villiers (19) for the most by a non-keeper in an IPL edition.
5.96 Mohsin Khan’s ER in IPL 2022, the fourth-best among pace bowlers with 150+ balls in an IPL season. L Balaji (5.40 in 2012), Dale Steyn (5.66 in 2013) and Lasith Malinga (5.95 in 2011) have gone at lesser.
In Gujarat Titans’ squad 8 won a Player-of-the-Match award this season, second to Mumbai Indians’ 10 in 2017.
5 Wins in five IPL finals for Hardik Pandya. Only Rohit Sharma has more wins (6) among those never to be on the losing side in an IPL final.
The most expensive spell, In the match against Punjab, RCB player Jose Hazlewood submitted 64 runs in 4 overs.
Outstanding Performance, Mumbai Indians’ Jaspreet Bumra took 5 for 10 against KKR.
Among those who bowled more than 5 innings, KKR’s Andre Russell took wickets with a strike rate of 9.94.
Rajasthan Royals opener Jose Butler hit a maximum of 83 fours and 45 sixes in IPL 2022.
Lucknow Super Giants opener Quinton de Cock played a huge innings of 140 *.
David Warner – First player to score 50+ half-centuries in IPL. With those five half-centuries, Warner now has scored 54 fifties in IPL.