IPL 2020 : DREAM 11 IPL 2020 Points Table & Team Standing

IPL 2020 : DREAM 11 IPL 2020 Points Table & Team Standing

Dream 11 Ipl 2020 point table

DREAM 11 IPL 2020 Points Table: The Premier League is back with its 13th season and all eight franchises are set to take on each other to win this year's IPL. Let me tell you that the sponsor of this year's IPL is Dream 11, this time it is "Dream 11 IPL".

Like every year, eight teams will play against each other in-home and away matches. The winner of each match will be awarded two points, while one point will be awarded to the team in case of any result. In the case of a tie, the matches will be played in the 'Super Over'. This is IPL Teams Points Table Works.

The top four teams in the points table qualify for the knockout. In the 'play-offs,' the top two teams and winners on the point table lock horn qualify for the final.

Teams that finish third and fourth in the points table make it out of 'Eliminator 1'. The winner goes to 'Eliminator 2', where they face the losing team from the 'play-offs' to get a place in the finals.

IPL 2020 Points Table 

No.Team MatchesWonLostTieNet PR.Points
1DC8620 +0.990 12
2MI7520 +1.327 10
3RCB7520 -0.116 10
4KKR7430 -0.577 8
5SRH8350 +0.009 6
6CSK8350 -0.390 6
7RR8350 -0.844 6
8KIXP7160 -0.381 2

This IPL points table 2020 will be updated periodically for each match.

IPL Points Table System

The IPL 2020 point table system is like this, the winning team gets two points in each match, and in the event of no result of the match or a washout, both teams are awarded one point. In the case of a tie, the match will go to 'Super Over'.

At the end of the league phase, the Dream 11 qualifying for the knock out four teams topping the IPL 2020 points table.
The top two teams in the points table then face off in the 'play-offs' and the winner qualifies for the final.

The teams that finish third and fourth on the IPL points table will then fight it out in 'Eliminator 1' and the winner will qualify for 'Eliminator 2' where they will face the losing team from the 'Play-off' to get a place in the final.

Top On IPL Points Table Team Review

As we can see, after today's match, Delhi Capital has topped the Indian Dream 11 IPL 2020 points table. The reason for this team is at the top is also because Shreyas Iyer, the captain of this team, did wonder with his captaincy in today's match which was against Rajasthan Royals. 
Delhi Capital have played 8 matches, winning 6 and losing 2. Now let us see how long Delhi Capital can stay at the top of the IPL 2020 points table as today there is a match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings XI Punjab and RCB doing very well in IPL 2020 now let's see who will be on top after today's match.

Teams & Players Stats And Standing

IPL 2020 Orange Cap Holder

KL Rahul KXIP presently holds the Orange Cap with a total run of 387 in 7 Matches in IPL 2020

The IPL Orange Cap is an award given to the player who scored the most runs in the IPL season.

Rules for IPL Orange Cap
  1. This award is given to the player who scored the most runs in the IPL season.
  2. The batsman who scored the most runs in the tournament during the IPL season will wear an orange cap while on the field
  3. If the runs of the batsmen are equal, then these batsmen will be given an orange cap according to their strike rate.
  4. The owners of the Orange Cap who are fielding are allowed to wear the Orange Cap until the end of the innings, even if an opposition batsman has overtaken his runs.

IPL 2020 Purple Cap Holder

Kagiso Rabada KXIP presently holds the Purple Cap with  Wickets in 5 Matches in IPL 2020

The IPL Purple Cap is given to the bowler who takes the most number of wickets in the IPL season.

Rules For IPL Purple Cap
  1. This award is given to the bowler who has taken the most wickets in the IPL season.
  2. If the wickets of the bowlers are equal, then these bowlers will be given an orange cap according to their economy rate.
  3. The owners of the Purple Cap who are fielding are allowed to wear the Purple Cap until the end of the innings, even if an opposition bowler has overtaken his wickets.
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