IPL 2024, Match 17: GT vs. PBKS: Stats An Overview of Players’ Records and Upcoming Marks

It will be Sam Curran’s 50th IPL match.

The 17th match of the Indian Premier League 2024 will pit Gujarat Titans against Punjab Kings at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Thursday, April 4. Titans won their first game in the continuing tournament, dropped the next, and then rallied for their third game at home. Conversely, PBKS has won one game but lost the other two.

In reference to the Titans’ most recent game, David Miller (44*) and Sai Sudharsan (45) each contributed outstanding innings and knocks that allowed the team to win handily.

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In relation to bowling, Mohit Sharma (4-0-25-3) has maintained his outstanding form throughout the current event.

Regarding the Punjab Kings’ most recent match, Shikhar Dhawan 70 (50) had a terrific performance but fell short of raising the stakes when needed to chase a massive total. Despite having a strong start, Jonny Bairstow, 42, (29) was unable to turn his strong innings into a game-winning one. In relation to bowling, Sam Curran (4-0-28-3) bowled brilliantly, enabling Kings to limit LSG to less than 200. However, other bowlers did not make any significant contributions.

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In the interim, let’s examine the figures and statistics prior to the Gujarat Titans vs. Punjab Kings match:

GT in contrast to PBKS Head-to-Head: In the tournament’s history, GT and PBKS have faced off three times; the Titans have prevailed twice and the Kings once.

1-Today is Sam Curran’s (49 years old) 50th IPL game.

4 – Sam Curran (46), who needs four more wickets to reach 50 in the Indian Premier League.

David Miller (195) has five more fours to go in his IPL career to achieve 200 fours.

2 – To achieve 100 catches in the IPL, Shikhar Dhawan (98) has to make two catches.

89 – To reach 1000 runs, Liam Livingstone (911) has to score eighty-nine more runs.

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1 – Arshdeep Singh (149) only needs one more wicket to tie the record with 150 T20 wickets.

1. To reach 400 fours in T20s, Jonny Bairstow (399) has to score four more.

2 – To reach 100 fours in T20s, Sai Sudharsan (98) needs two more fours.

5 – In the Twenty20s, Joshua Little (145) needs five wickets to surpass the 150-wicket mark.

9 – Matthew Wade (441) needs nine more fours in the T20s to get to 450 fours.

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