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Munster Reds
MUR

Match abandoned

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ENG
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PAK

Match Abandoned without a ball bowled

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PAK

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IPL 2024 Points Table

The IPL is all set to kickstart from 22nd March, at Chepauk where RCB and CSK will lock horns to begin their campaign on a winning note and take a lead on the IPL match points list.

Indian Premier League points table is the arrangement of all the participating teams based on their performances in the league, with the best team being on the top. The ultimate goal of the teams is to perform their best and make their way to the top of the table and eventually lift the trophy. The top four teams of the IPL points table qualify for the knockouts.

Each winning team gets two points for each match, and 1 point if the match is drawn or left for some reason. The teams keep accumulating points and climb their way on the Indian Premier League match points table. If at the time of qualification, two teams end up on the same number of points in the latest IPL points table, NRR (Net run rate) comes into the picture. The team with the higher NRR qualifies in the case of such disputes.

The NRR is calculated as the difference between “the runs scored in the overs faced” to “the runs conceded by the team in the overs bowled” in the same match.

CSK is the only team out of the original 8 teams that never finished last on the IPL men’s T20 points table while Delhi Daredevils/Delhi Capitals have ended last four times, that is the most number of times.

Indian Premier League points table plays a crucial role in the format, by analyzing the standings of each time, based on which teams are qualified. Keep an eye on the league points table at Cricket Addictor.

IPL 2024 got underway on March 22 with a mouth-watering clash between reigning champions Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bengaluru at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. A total of ten teams are participating in the seventeenth season of the IPL.

IPL 2024 Points Table Rules:

Each team will be playing a total of 14 league games in IPL 2024. At the end of the league stage, the top four teams in the IPL 2024 Points Table will qualify for the playoffs. The two teams in the points table will get two shots at the final.

The standing in the points table is decided on the basis of the number of points earned by the teams. In case, more than one team finish with the same number of points, the team with the better net run-rate (NRR) progresses to the next stage.

Here are the IPL 2024 Points Table rules:

  • A team will earn two points for a win and no points for a loss.
  • In case, the game is abandoned, each team will get one point each.

How is NRR calculated?

NRR has been the preferred method of breaking the stalemate in a multi-team tournament. The NRR for a particular team is calculated by deducting from the average runs scored per over by that team during the tournament, the average runs scored per over against that team throughout the tournament.

What does for/against score points in the IPL Points Table mean?

In the IPL Points Table, the 'for' denotes the runs scored and wickets lost by a particular team throughout the competition while the 'against' denotes the total number of runs conceded and wickets taken by the same team.

How many points are needed to qualify for the IPL playoffs?

There is no such rule regarding the minimum number of points required to qualify for the playoffs. The top four teams with most number of points progress to the playoffs. Over the years, one has seen that at least seven wins are needed to make it to the next stage.

List of teams finishing first in each edition of the IPL:

Season

Team finishing first

Points

2008

Rajasthan Royals

22

2009

Delhi Daredevils

20

2010

Mumbai Indians

20

2011

Royal Challengers Bangalore

19

2012

Delhi Daredevils

22

2013

Chennai Super Kings

22

2014

Punjab Kings

22

2015

Chennai Super Kings

18

2016

Gujarat Lions

18

2017

Mumbai Indians

20

2018

Sunrisers Hyderabad

18

2019

Mumbai Indians

18

2020

Mumbai Indians

18

2021

Delhi Capitals

20

2022

Gujarat Titans

20

2023

Gujarat Titans

20

List of teams finishing last in each edition of the IPL:

Season

Team finishing last

Points

2008

Deccan Chargers

4

2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

7

2010

Kings XI Punjab

8

2011

Delhi Daredevils

9

2012

Pune Warriors India

8

2013

Delhi Daredevils

6

2014

Delhi Daredevils

4

2015

Kings XI Punjab

6

2016

Kings XI Punjab

8

2017

Royal Challengers Bangalore

7

2018

Delhi Daredevils

10

2019

Royal Challengers Bangalore

11

2020

Rajasthan Royals

12

2021

Sunrisers Hyderabad

6

2022

Mumbai Indians

8

2023

Sunrisers Hyderabad

8

IPL Points Table (2008):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Rajasthan Royals

14

11

3

0

0

22

0.632

2

Punjab Kings

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.509

3

Chennai Super Kings

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.192

4

Delhi Capitals

14

7

6

0

1

15

0.342

5

Mumbai Indians

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.57

6

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

6

7

0

1

13

-0.147

7

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

4

10

0

0

8

-1.16

8

Deccan Chargers

14

2

12

0

0

4

-0.467

IPL Points Table (2009):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Delhi Daredevils

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.311

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

8

5

0

1

17

0.951

3

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.191

4

Deccan Chargers

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.203

5

Kings XI Punjab

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.483

6

Rajasthan Royals

14

6

7

0

1

13

-0.352

7

Mumbai Indians

14

5

8

0

1

11

0.297

8

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

3

10

0

1

7

-0.789

IPL Points Table (2010):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Mumbai Indians

14

10

4

0

0

20

1.084

2

Deccan Chargers

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.297

3

Chennai Super Kings

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.274

4

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.219

5

Delhi Capitals

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.021

6

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.341

7

Rajasthan Royals

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.514

8

Punjab Kings

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.478

IPL Points Table (2011):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

9

4

0

1

19

0.326

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.443

3

Mumbai Indians

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.04

4

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

8

6

0

0

16

0.433

5

Punjab Kings

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.051

6

Rajasthan Royals

14

6

7

0

1

13

-0.691

7

Deccan Chargers

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.222

8

Kochi Tuskers Kerala

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.214

9

Pune Warriors India

14

4

9

0

1

9

-0.134

10

Delhi Capitals

14

4

9

0

1

9

-0.448

IPL Points Table (2012):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Delhi Capitals

16

11

5

0

0

22

0.617

2

Kolkata Knight Riders

16

10

5

0

1

21

0.561

3

Mumbai Indians

16

10

6

0

0

20

-0.1

4

Chennai Super Kings

16

8

7

0

1

17

0.1

5

Royal Challengers Bangalore

16

8

7

0

1

17

-0.022

6

Punjab Kings

16

8

8

0

0

16

-0.216

7

Rajasthan Royals

16

7

9

0

0

14

0.201

8

Deccan Chargers

16

4

11

0

1

9

-0.509

9

Pune Warriors India

16

4

12

0

0

8

-0.551

IPL Points Table (2013):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Chennai Super Kings

16

11

5

0

0

22

0.53

2

Mumbai Indians

16

11

5

0

0

22

0.441

3

Rajasthan Royals

16

10

6

0

0

20

0.322

4

Sunrisers Hyderabad

16

10

6

0

0

20

0.003

5

Royal Challengers Bangalore

16

9

7

0

0

18

0.457

6

Punjab Kings

16

8

8

0

0

16

0.226

7

Kolkata Knight Riders

16

6

10

0

0

12

-0.095

8

Pune Warriors India

16

4

12

0

0

8

-1.006

9

Delhi Capitals

16

3

13

0

0

6

-0.848

IPL Points Table (2014):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Punjab Kings

14

11

3

0

0

22

0.968

2

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.418

3

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.385

4

Mumbai Indians

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.095

5

Rajasthan Royals

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.06

6

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.399

7

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

5

9

0

0

10

-0.428

8

Delhi Capitals

14

2

12

0

0

4

-1.182

IPL Points Table (2015):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.709

2

Mumbai Indians

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.043

3

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

7

5

0

2

16

1.037

4

Rajasthan Royals

14

7

5

0

2

16

0.062

5

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

7

6

0

1

15

0.253

6

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.239

7

Delhi Capitals

14

5

8

0

1

11

-0.049

8

Punjab Kings

14

3

11

0

0

6

-1.436

IPL Points Table (2016):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Gujarat Lions

14

9

5

0

0

18

-0.374

2

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

8

6

0

0

16

0.932

3

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

8

6

0

0

16

0.245

4

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

8

6

0

0

16

0.106

5

Mumbai Indians

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.146

6

Delhi Capitals

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.155

7

Rising Pune Supergiant

14

5

9

0

0

10

0.015

8

Punjab Kings

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.646

IPL Points Table (2017):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Mumbai Indians

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.784

2

Rising Pune Supergiant

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.176

3

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

8

5

0

1

17

0.599

4

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

8

6

0

0

16

0.641

5

Punjab Kings

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.009

6

Delhi Capitals

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.512

7

Gujarat Lions

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.412

8

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

3

10

0

1

7

-1.299

IPL Points Table (2018):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.284

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.253

3

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.07

4

Rajasthan Royals

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.25

5

Mumbai Indians

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.317

6

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.129

7

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.502

8

Delhi Capitals

14

5

9

0

0

10

-0.222

IPL Points Table (2019):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Mumbai Indians

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.421

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.131

3

Delhi Capitals

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.044

4

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.577

5

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.028

6

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.251

7

Rajasthan Royals

14

5

8

0

1

11

-0.449

8

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

5

8

0

1

11

-0.607

IPL Points Table (2020):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Mumbai Indians

14

9

5

0

0

18

1.107

2

Delhi Capitals

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.109

3

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.608

4

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.172

5

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

7

7

0

0

14

-0.214

6

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.162

7

Chennai Super Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.455

8

Rajasthan Royals

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.569

IPL Points Table (2021):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Delhi Capitals

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.481

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.455

3

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

9

5

0

0

18

-0.14

4

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.587

5

Mumbai Indians

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.116

6

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.001

7

Rajasthan Royals

14

5

9

0

0

10

-0.993

8

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

3

11

0

0

6

-0.545

IPL Points Table (2022):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Gujarat Titans

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.316

2

Rajasthan Royals

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.298

3

Lucknow SuperGiants

14

9

5

0

0

18

0.251

4

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.253

5

Delhi Capitals

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.204

6

Punjab Kings

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.126

7

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

6

8

0

0

12

0.146

8

SunRisers Hyderabad

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.379

9

Chennai Super Kings

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.203

10

Mumbai Indians

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.506

IPL Points Table (2023):

POS

Team

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

NR

Points

NRR

1

Gujarat Titans

14

10

4

0

0

20

0.809

2

Chennai Super Kings

14

8

5

0

1

17

0.652

3

Lucknow SuperGiants

14

8

5

0

1

17

0.284

4

Mumbai Indians

14

8

6

0

0

16

-0.044

5

Rajasthan Royals

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.148

6

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

7

7

0

0

14

0.135

7

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.239

8

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

0

0

12

-0.304

9

Delhi Capitals

14

5

9

0

0

10

-0.808

10

SunRisers Hyderabad

14

4

10

0

0

8

-0.59

IPL Points Table trivia:

  • Delhi Capitals and now-defunct Deccan Chargers hold the record for collecting the minimum number of points in an IPL season - 4. While Deccan Chargers managed to get only 4 points in IPL 2008, Delhi Capitals did it in 2014.
  • The highest number of points collected by a team in an IPL season is 22. Rajasthan Royals did it first in 2008 before Delhi Capitals replicated it in 2012. Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians also finished with 22 points in 2013 while Punjab Kings had the same number of points in 2014.
  • Kolkata Knight Riders and Deccan Chargers are the only teams who have won the IPL but are yet to top the points table. On the other hand, Delhi Capitals have topped the points table thrice but are yet to win the IPL.
  • Mumbai Indians hold the record for having the highest NRR at the end of the league stage, +1.107. On the other hand, Punjab Kings hold the record for having the lowest NRR, -1.436.
  • No team has ever qualified for the playoffs with less than 12 points in the history of IPL.
No Indian Premier League M W L T N/R PTS Net RR Last 5 Matches
1 14 9 3 0 2 20 1.428
W
W
W
N
N
arrow
2 14 8 5 0 1 17 0.414
W
L
W
N
W
arrow
3 14 8 5 0 1 17 0.273
L
L
L
L
N
arrow
4 14 7 7 0 0 14 0.459
W
W
W
W
W
arrow
5 14 7 7 0 0 14 0.392
L
W
L
W
L
arrow
6 14 7 7 0 0 14 -0.377
W
L
W
L
W
arrow
7 14 7 7 0 0 14 -0.667
W
L
L
L
W
arrow
8 14 5 7 0 2 12 -1.063
L
L
W
N
N
arrow
9 14 5 9 0 0 10 -0.353
W
L
L
W
L
arrow
10 14 4 10 0 0 8 -0.318
L
L
W
L
L
arrow
M: Matches,
W: Won,
L: Lost,
T: Tie,
N/R: No Result,
PTS: Points,
Net RR: Net run rate,
Q: Qualified

The NRR is calculated as the difference between “the runs scored in the overs faced” to “the runs conceded by the team in the overs bowled” in the same match.

DC/DD or the Delhi franchise finished on the bottom for four seasons, the most by any team.

There is no fixed number of points that the teams need to achieve. In order to qualify, the team needs to be in the top four of the standings.

The NRR comes into picture in case of disputes over the same number of points at the the time of qualification.

The NRR is calculated as the difference between “the runs scored in the overs faced” to “the runs conceded by the team in the overs bowled” in the same match.