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Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History

The Indian Premier League is a Twenty20 competition in men’s cricket. It is one of the most popular cricket matches which have completed its 13 seasons successfully. And now it’s all set for the upcoming one. Due to the pandemic situation, the match was canceled, but now as the things are coming back to normal the tournament is scheduled between the month of September-October this year. Here are the Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History.

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The IPL game in itself that’s inclined towards the batsmen, they are given more value to play a strong match batsman has to make a victory and there are many players who are unbeaten in many matches as they are strong and very competitive. Here are some batsmen who have made the history with most not-outs in the IPL matches so let’s check down below top 5 batsmen.

1. MS Dhoni: 70 Not-Outs in 186 Innings

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a former international cricketer, he was also captain of the India national team from 2007 to 2017 and in the test cricket from 2008 to 2014. In 2007 India won ICC World twenty20, the 2010 and 2016 Asia Cup, the 2011 ICC world cup, and in the year 2013 ICC Champion Trophy. Dhoni has a strike rate of 16 + while batting in the tournament.

  1. Real Name; Mahendra Singh Dhoni
  2. Born; 7 July 1981
  3. Born Place; Ranchi Bihar
  4. Batting Average ; Test; 38.09
  5. ODI; 50.53
  6. T2OI; 37.60
Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records

2. Ravindra Jadeja: 59 Not – Outs in 145 Innings

Ravindra Jadeja is an Indian International cricketer who bats left-handed, he represents Saurashtra in first-class cricket and Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. So far he has played 195 matches in the tournament he has a strike rate of 128+ while batting. In the year 2016 he was bought by the Gujarat Lions for IPL he is one of the best batsmen and a bowler too.

  1. Real Name; Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja
  2. Born; 6 December 1988
  3. Born Place; Jamnagar, Gujarat
  4. Batting Average; Test; 36.18
  5. ODI; 32.58
  6. T20I; 15.50
Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records

3. Kieron Pollard: 50 Not-Outs in 154 Innings

Kieron Pollard is a Trinidadiana cricketer, he is a captain of West Indies cricket team and he was the first cricket player to play in 500 twenty20 match and overall he is an all-rounder he has a strike rate of 150 + also Kieron one of the highest knocks in the Indian Premier League is 87 and from the year 2010 he has been part of the Mumbai Indian Franchise.

  1. Real Name; Kieron Adrian Pollard
  2. Born; 12 May 1987
  3. Born Place; Tacarigua, Trinidad
  4. Batting Average; Test; 37.71
  5. ODI; 26.43
  6. T20I; 24.62
Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records

4. Yusuf Pathan: 44 Not-Outs in 154 Innings

Yusuf Pathan is an Indian cricket former, he made his debut in first-class cricket in the year 2001/2002, he is a right-handed batsman. Pathan has also hit one century and 13 half-centuries with a strike rate of 142 + and his top score tournament is 100 run knock. From the year 2008 to 2010 he was part of Rajasthan Royals and later on Yusuf was part of Sunrise Hyderabad.

  1. Real Name; Yusuf Khan Pathan
  2. Born; 17 November 1982
  3. Born Place; Vadodara, Gujarat
  4. Batting Average; Test; 33.78
  5. ODI; 27.00
  6. T2OI; 27.56
Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records

5. Dwayne Bravo: 39 Not-Outs in 105 Innings

Dwayne is a Trinidadian cricketer who is a former captain of the west indies, he is a genuine all-rounder he has hit 50 in the tournaments with a strike rate of 129 + so far he has been associate with Chennai Super Kings since 2011. Dwayne’s highest knock is unbeaten 70 runs.

Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records
Top 5 Batsmen With Most Not-Outs in IPL History Records
  1. Real Name; Dwayne John Bravo
  2. Born; 7 October 1983
  3. Born Place; Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago
  4. Batting Average; Test; 31.42
  5. ODI; 25.36
  6. T20I; 23.18

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