IPL 2023: Highest Partnership in IPL without any Wicket

Highest Partnership in IPL without any Wicket:A seamless start can be regarded as one of the most exciting aspects of a cricket match. The bowlers are likely to try and get a wicket in the very first over. The batsmen are also excited about the prospect of establishing a longer-lasting opening partnership. Read More :IPL Schedule Fixture Time Table 2023

In the Indian Premier League, a good partnership in the middle of the inning is very important for the team to win a game. Despite the fact that the team may be down and out in the contest, a good partnership is able to bring the team back into contention.

IPL 2022: Highest Partnership in IPL without any Wicket

 A number of memorable games have occurred in the past in which batsmen have scored runs in difficult circumstances to win the match. As you will discover in this article, we will be providing you with a list of the highest partnerships in the IPL for each wicket.

Highest 1st Wicket Partnership in IPL

There have been many match-deciding partnerships in the Indian Premier League (IPL) over the years and some of these have been hailed among the best in T20 cricket. According to IPL records, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) players are the most prolific partnerships in terms of wickets, especially their skipper Virat Kohli and the former swashbuckling opener Chris Gayle.

During the second innings of the match, if both batsmen start well, they will be able to pressurize the opposing team and distract them from their plans or strategies. There have also been several such matches during the past IPL seasons where the fresh or new players or even the international players had shown the remarkable talent to open up a match with a grand opening. Check out the portable cricket wickets to improve your game.

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Highest partnerships by wicket in IPL

For wicketPartnersRunsAgainstYear
1stJonny Bairstow and David Warner185RCB2019
2ndVirat Kohli and AB de Villiers229GL2016
3rdCameron White and Kumar Sangakkara157PWI2012
4thShimron Hetmyer and Gurkeerat Singh144SRH2019
5thShakib Al Hasan and Yusuf Pathan134*GL2016
6thAmbati Rayudu and Kieron Pollard122*RCB2012
7thJagadeesha Suchith and Harbhajan Singh100KXIP2015
8thBrad Hodge and James Faulkner69MI2014
9thSam Curran and Imran Tahir43MI2020
10thTom Curran and Ankit Rajpoot31*KKR2020

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