Players records and approaching milestones


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Lucknow Super Giants square (LSG) off against Delhi Capitals (DC) in Match no.3 of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) on a doubleheader Super Saturday, April 01, 2023, at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow. The two sides will meet only once in the league stage of the sixteenth edition of the IPL.

Last year, LSG in their maiden campaign, managed to reach the Playoffs under the leadership of KL Rahul. They lost by a margin of 14 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the eliminator clash in Kolkata. Overall, the new franchise impressed everyone with nine victories in 14 league-stage matches. On the other hand, DC finished fifth in the points table and missed out on a place in the final four.

They have already suffered a massive setback before the season as their regular skipper Rishabh Pant has been ruled out of the tournament due to injury. Aussie David Warner is set to lead the side this year in Pant’s absence. They have added some new faces to their squad like Rilee Rossouw, Phil Salt, and Manish Pandey. LSG invested heavily in securing the services of Nicholas Pooran for a whopping amount of INR 16 crores. Having never lifted the trophy before, DC will look to end its title drought this campaign by beginning the season with a victory.

Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers from Match no.3 between Lucknow Super Giants and Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League 2023:

Head-to-Head: Last season both teams met twice and the Super Giants defeated the Capitals on both occasions.

7 – Manan Vohra (2993) needs seven runs to complete 3000 runs in T20s.

8 – Manan Vohra (292) needs eight fours to reach 300 fours in T20s.

3 – Avesh Khan (47) requires three scalps to get to 50 wickets in the cash-rich league.

2 – Marcus Stoinis (48) is two big hits away from reaching 50 maximums in IPL.

8 – Prithvi Shaw (192) requires two fours to get to 200 fours in IPL.

111 – KL Rahul (3889) needs 111 runs to reach the landmark of 4000 runs in IPL.

2 – Khaleel Ahmed (48) is two scalps away from completing 50 wickets in the IPL.

61 – Rovman Powell (2939) is 61 runs short of reaching 3000 runs in T20 cricket.

2 – Avesh Khan (98) needs two wickets to get to 100 wickets in all T20s.

4 – Mustafizur Rahman (46) requires four scalps to complete 50 wickets in the cash-rich league.

1 – Mark Wood (49) is one game away from appearing in 50 T20 matches.

4 – Marcus Stoinis (96) needs four scalps to complete 100 wickets in all T20s.

7 – Nicholas Pooran (343) is seven big hits away from reaching 350 maximums in T20s.

88 – Nicholas Pooran (912) needs 88 runs to reach 1000 runs in IPL.


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