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IPL 2020: Why Faf du Plessis and Sam Curran are not wearing the Orange and Purple Caps?

September 23, 2020

Written By,

Durba

The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) began with an ideal note. In the main challenge, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) beat the defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) in a nearby experience. Be that as it may, as the activity moved to Dubai from Abu Dhabi, it turned out to be even more energizing. The following two games saw a close impeccable nail-gnawing finish and the Sharjah game among CSK and the Rajasthan Royals (RR) was a six run-fest.

Chennai is the only team that has played more than one game in the competition and its players are the main run-scorer and wicket-taker too. Faf du Plessis (130 runs) and Sam Curran (4 Wickets) are at the highest-rated spot separately.

Nonetheless, why these Yellow armed force players are not sporting Orange and Purple tops?

All players from each team must play in the competition

According to the IPL rules, the Orange top and the Purple top is worn by the main run-scorer and wicket-taker separately. Be that as it may, they can possibly begin wearing it when all the groups have played in any event one match each. The explanation behind this strategy is that until the time the players from each group don't get an opportunity to act in the competition, these tops can't be worn.

The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) is the main group that has not played a solitary game in the competition yet. They will highlight in their first game against Mumbai Indians at Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, 23rd September.

RR crushed CSK in a high scoring IPL match at Sharjah

The main round of the event at Sharjah was a joy to watch for every cricket fan. The fans longed for monstrous sixes in the money-rich association and this game furnished them with 33 of those. The Rajasthan Royals were playing without their 2 major match champs, Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler, yet Sanju Samson and Steve Smith didn't let the fans to miss them by any stretch of the imagination.

Samson (74 off 32) won the Man of the Match grant for his outstanding innings. RR made 216 and CSK made an honest effort to pursue down the monstrous aggregate. Nonetheless, it watched far from the Yellow armed force and they lost the game by 16 runs. Regardless, RR and CSK batsmen hammered 33 sixes all together and that turned into the greatest feature of the match.

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Written By,

Durba