10 fastest run chases in IPL history

MAY 9, 2024 

By Pallavi Pawar

MI vs KKR -5.3 overs

In 2008 IPL, Mumbai Indians thrashed Kolkata Knight Riders by 8 wickets, chasing down 68 runs with 87 balls to spare at Wankhede Stadium.

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KTK vs RR - 7.2 overs

Kochi Tuskers defeated Rajasthan Royals with 76 balls to spare while chasing 98 runs at the Holkar Stadium in Indore in the 2011 IPL.

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KXIP vs DC -7.5 overs

Kings XI Punjab, chasing the target of 68 runs with 73 balls remaining, defeated Delhi Capitals by 10 wickets in the 2017 IPL.

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KXIP vs DC -7.5 overs

Kings XI Punjab, chasing the target of 68 runs with 73 balls remaining, defeated Delhi Capitals by 10 wickets in the 2017 IPL.

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SRH vs RCB-8 overs

In a match against Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad chased down 69 runs to win by nine wickets with 72 balls remaining.

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RCB vs KXIP - 8.1 overs

Royal Challengers Bangalore thrashed Punjab Kings by 10 wickets in just 8.1 overs, chasing down 92 runs in Indore.

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MI vs RR - 8.2 overs

Mumbai Indians chase down Rajasthan Royals with 70 balls to spare in the 2024 IPL in Sharjah.

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DC vs GT-8.5 Over

In IPL 2024, Delhi Capitals chased 90 runs against Gujarat Titans, winning by 6 wickets with 67 balls left at Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium.

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SRH vs LSG - 9.4 overs

In the 2024 IPL, Sunrisers Hyderabad achieved the fastest 150+ score in IPL history, chasing down 165 runs against Lucknow Supergiants with 62 balls to spare.

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KKR vs RCB-10 overs

Kolkata Knight Riders chased down the total of 93 runs and won by nine wickets with 60 balls remaining in IPL 2021.

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Yuzvendra Chahal

Chahal has taken 13 wickets in 10 matches, but has been a bit expensive at an average of 9.68.

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