Mumbai Indians have won the CLT20 twice © IANS
Mumbai Indians have won the CLT20 twice © IANS

The sixth edition of Champions League T20 (CLT20) 2014 began on September 13, 2014. Bharath Seervi presents the combined numbers of 35 teams of previous five editions of the tournament.

The Champions League T20 (CLT20), where the top domestic T20 teams from the Test playing nations compete for the title, was inaugurated in 2009 in India. So far, the tournament has been played only in India and South Africa. The second and fourth editions were in South Africa while the others have been in India. In this article, we shall have a look at some of the statistics related to his tournament.

Note: All statistics and records updated till the CLT20 2013.

Winners

New South Wales from Australia lifted the inaugural trophy defeating then West Indian Trinidad & Tobago in the final. The next two editions were won by Indian sides — Chennai Super Kings in 2010 and Mumbai Indians in 2011. The fourth edition saw another Australian team lifting the cup — Sydney Sixers. In 2013, Mumbai Indians became the first team to win two CLT20 titles.

Year Host Winner Runner-up Player of the Tournament
2009 India New South Wales Trinidad & Tobago Brett Lee
2010 South Africa Chennai Super Kings Warriors Ravichandran Ashwin
2011 India Mumbai Indians Royal Challengers Bangalore Lasith Malinga
2012 South Africa Sydney Sixers Lions Mitchell Starc
2013 India Mumbai Indians Rajasthan Royals Dwayne Smith

Win-Loss summary of each team

The teams from India — Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians — and Trinidad & Tobago from West Indies have played the most number of matches in the tournament — 19 each (including qualifiers). Sydney Sixers who won the only tournament they took part in 2012 have an exact 100% win record in the tournament as they won all their six matches in that season. Trinidad & Tobago have won the most number of match — 12. Guyana from West Indies and Central Districts from New Zealand have played the most matches without any victory — follow. The table below provides the complete details.

Team Matches Won Lost Won after Tie Lost after Tie No-Result Win %
Sydney Sixers (Aus) 6 6 0 0 0 0 100.00
Rajasthan Royals (Ind) 6 5 1 0 0 0 83.33
Trinidad & Tobago (WI) 19 12 5 0 1 1 69.44
New South Wales (Aus) 11 7 3 1 0 0 68.18
South Australia (Aus) 9 5 3 0 0 1 62.50
Chennai Super Kings (Ind) 19 11 7 0 1 0 60.52
Warriors (SA) 10 6 4 0 0 0 60.00
Mumbai Indians (Ind) 19 10 7 0 0 2 58.82
Delhi Daredevils (Ind) 8 4 3 0 0 1 57.14
Otago (NZ) 8 4 3 1 0 0 56.25
Cape Cobras (SA) 9 4 4 0 0 1 50.00
Lions (SA) 14 6 6 0 1 1 50.00
Ruhuna (SL) 2 1 1 0 0 0 50.00
Sialkot Stallions (Pak) 2 1 1 0 0 0 50.00
Somerset (Eng) 11 5 5 0 0 1 50.00
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Ind) 6 3 3 0 0 0 50.00
Titans (SA) 9 4 4 0 0 1 50.00
Victoria (Aus) 9 4 4 1 0 0 50.00
Royal Challengers Bangalore(Ind) 15 7 8 0 0 0 46.66
Kolkata Knight Riders (Ind) 10 4 5 0 0 1 44.44
Auckland (NZ) 7 3 4 0 0 0 42.85
Yorkshire (Eng) 6 2 3 0 0 1 40.00
Eagles (SA) 4 1 2 1 0 0 37.50
Faisalabad Wolves (Pak) 3 1 2 0 0 0 33.33
Wayamba (SL) 6 2 4 0 0 0 33.33
Sussex (Eng) 2 0 1 0 1 0 25.00
Perth Scorchers (Aus) 8 1 5 0 0 2 16.66
Brisbane Heat (Aus) 3 0 3 0 0 0 00.00
Central Districts (NZ) 4 0 4 0 0 0 00.00
Deccan Chargers (Ind) 2 0 2 0 0 0 00.00
Guyana (WI) 4 0 4 0 0 0 00.00
Hampshire (Eng) 2 0 2 0 0 0 00.00
Kandurata Maroons (SL) 3 0 3 0 0 0 00.00
Leicestershire (Eng) 2 0 2 0 0 0 00.00
Uva Next (SL) 2 0 1 0 0 1 00.00

Team Batting Run-Rates

The team that has scored with the highest run-rate in the powerplays (Overs 1 to 6) is Deccan Chargers at 8.66 while the lowest run rate has been Sialkot Stallions’ 4.58. In the last five overs (overs 16 to 20), South Australian batsmen scored at a run rate of 12.05 which is the highest and Leicestershire has the lowest run rate of 6.30.

Team Overs 1-6 Overs 7-15 Overs 16-20 Overall
Auckland (NZ) 7.33 6.32 7.61 6.89
Brisbane Heat (Aus) 6.00 4.88 9.21 6.23
Cape Cobras (SA) 7.64 7.47 8.82 7.80
Central Districts (NZ) 6.91 5.02 12.00 6.79
Chennai Super Kings (Ind) 7.37 7.61 9.79 8.03
Deccan Chargers (Ind) 8.66 6.33 8.10 7.47
Delhi Daredevils  (Ind) 6.76 5.73 7.97 6.59
Eagles  (SA) 8.00 5.91 6.80 6.76
Faisalabad Wolves (Pak) 5.61 6.48 9.06 6.86
Guyana (WI) 6.87 7.02 8.10 7.25
Hampshire (Eng) 5.91 6.88 6.90 6.60
Kandurata Maroons (SL) 5.50 8.00 9.53 7.63
Kolkata Knight Riders (Ind) 7.59 7.14 9.25 7.76
Leicestershire (Eng) 7.00 7.00 6.30 6.82
Lions (SA) 6.67 7.48 9.85 7.76
Mumbai Indians (Ind) 6.91 7.22 10.85 7.96
New South Wales (Aus) 7.54 7.40 9.68 7.96
Otago (NZ) 6.62 8.36 11.74 8.41
Perth Scorchers (Aus) 6.02 6.98 7.96 6.90
Rajasthan Royals (Ind) 7.41 7.75 9.76 8.07
Royal Challengers Bangalore (Ind) 7.78 8.46 10.22 8.60
Ruhuna (SL) 6.66 6.55 10.00 7.45
Sialkot Stallions (Pak) 4.58 7.72 8.72 6.99
Somerset (Eng) 7.38 6.50 7.75 7.07
South Australia (Aus) 7.16 7.94 12.05 8.69
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Ind) 8.58 6.77 10.66 8.19
Sussex (Eng) 5.08 4.83 6.60 5.35
Sydney Sixers (Aus) 8.25 8.16 9.47 8.44
Titans (SA) 7.70 7.59 9.58 8.02
Trinidad & Tobago (WI) 7.48 7.11 10.20 7.90
Uva Next (SL) 7.29 6.88 8.60 7.43
Victoria (Aus) 7.25 6.63 8.60 6.86
Warriors (SA) 7.33 6.91 8.77 7.91
Wayamba (SL) 5.75 6.94 6.84 6.54
Yorkshire (Eng) 6.60 6.11 8.52 6.83

 Team Bowling Run-Rates

Delhi Daredevils bowlers have the best economy rates in powerplays of 5.54. They are only team to concede less than six runs an over in powerplays in CLT20. Titans bowlers conceded runs at 8.95 per over in powerplays — the most. The bowlers of Sussex have the best economy rate (6.80) in the last five overs in CLT20 whereas Guyana has the worst (14.95).

Team Overs 1-6 Overs 7-15 Overs 16-20 Overall
Auckland (Eng) 6.23 6.36 8.11 6.76
Brisbane Heat (Aus) 7.27 7.40 6.93 7.28
Cape Cobras (SA) 7.51 6.76 9.96 7.70
Central Districts (NZ) 7.70 7.45 9.98 8.14
Chennai Super Kings (Ind) 6.91 7.18 9.79 7.67
Deccan Chargers (Ind) 8.66 6.22 9.00 7.65
Delhi Daredevils (Ind) 5.54 6.30 7.09 6.21
Eagles (SA) 7.54 6.83 9.05 7.60
Faisalabad Wolves (Pak) 7.22 6.81 9.29 7.40
Guyana (WI) 7.50 8.94 14.95 9.33
Hampshire (Eng) 6.33 8.41 10.28 7.93
Kandurata Maroons (SL) 6.61 8.11 12.08 8.44
Kolkata Knight Riders (Ind) 7.73 6.70 9.71 7.65
Leicestershire (Eng) 7.16 7.83 10.10 8.20
Lions (SA) 6.67 7.65 10.33 7.95
Mumbai Indians (Ind) 7.06 7.30 9.25 7.66
New South Wales (Aus) 6.56 6.36 7.88 6.74
Otago (NZ) 6.08 7.90 11.36 8.20
Perth Scorchers (Aus) 6.97 8.78 10.19 8.46
Rajasthan Royals (Ind) 6.52 6.53 10.43 7.50
Royal Challengers Bangalore (Ind) 7.90 7.70 10.15 8.29
Ruhuna (SL) 7.75 7.27 8.60 7.72
Sialkot Stallions (Pak) 7.58 7.16 8.23 7.50
Somerset (Eng) 7.95 7.39 8.47 7.81
South Australia (Aus) 8.83 7.88 10.38 8.77
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Ind) 7.83 7.94 10.37 8.40
Sussex (Eng) 6.41 5.77 6.80 6.22
Sydney Sixers (Aus) 6.02 6.31 8.46 6.76
Titans (SA) 8.95 6.66 8.59 7.82
Trinidad & Tobago (WI) 6.80 6.58 8.92 7.20
Uva Next (SL) 8.41 6.44 12.10 8.40
Victoria (Aus) 7.16 6.80 7.80 7.12
Warriors (SA) 7.38 7.02 8.18 7.40
Wayamba (SL) 6.77 6.99 10.08 7.47
Yorkshire (Eng) 7.19 7.63 9.54 7.86

Individual Player Records:

Most matches in the tournament:

Kieron Pollard has played 25 matches in CLT20, which is the most for any player. Only three others have played in 20 or more matches. They are Doug Bollinger, Dirk Nannes and Roelof van der Merwe. Then there are 11 other players who have played 19 matches.

Matches Player Teams
25 Kieron Pollard Mumbai Indians, Trinidad & Tobago
20 Doug Bollinger Chennai Super Kings, New South Wales
20 Dirk Nannes Delhi Daredevils, Lions, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Victoria
20 Roelof van der Merwe Royal Challengers Bangalore, Somerset, Titans

Players representing three or more teams:

Four teams:

Player Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4
Dirk Nannes Delhi Daredevils Lions Royal Challengers Bangalore Victoria

 Three teams:

Player Team 1 Team 2 Team 3
Dale Steyn Cape Cobras Royal Challengers Bangalore Sunrisers Hyderabad
Cameron White Royal Challengers Bangalore Sunrisers Hyderabad Victoria
Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians Trinidad & Tobago
Jean-Paul Duminy Cape Cobras Mumbai Indians Sunrisers Hyderabad
Roelof van der Merve Royal Challengers Bangalore Somerset Titans
Shane Watson New South Wales Rajasthan Royals Sydney Sixers

Most matches as captain:

Matches Captain Teams
18 MS Dhoni Chennai Super Kings
15 Simon Katich New South Wales, Perth Scorchers
14 Alviro Petersen Lions
12 Gautam Gambhir Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders
12 Daren Ganga Trinidad & Tobago
10 Harbhajan Singh Mumbai Indians

Batting Records:

Leading Run getters:

R Batsman I Ave SR 100s/50s HS Teams
608 Suresh Raina 19 33.77 144.41 0/4 94* Chennai Super Kings
592 Kieron Pollard 24 31.15 157.44 0/3 72* Mumbai Indians, Trinidad & Tobago
556 David Warner 12 55.6 156.61 2/1 135* Delhi Daredevils, New South Wales
497 Murali Vijay 19 26.15 118.05 0/3 73 Chennai Super Kings
496 Henry David 13 45.09 131.91 0/5 69* Cape Cobras, Titans

Centuries:

Runs (Balls) Batsman 4s/6s S/R For Against Venue Year
135* (69) David Warner 11/8 195.65 New South Wales Chennai Super Kings Chennai 2011
123* (68) David Warner 6/11 180.88 New South Wales Royal Challengers Bangalore Bangalore 2011
117* (56) Neil Broom 9/8 208.92 Otago Perth Scorchers Jaipur 2013
109* (63) Quinton de Kock 10/5 173.01 Lions Otago Jaipur 2013
108* (61) Daniel Harris 17/2 177.04 South Australia Royal Challengers Bangalore Bangalore 2011
104* (62) Andrew Puttick 12/3 167.74 Cape Cobras Otago Hyderabad 2009

Duminy scored an unbeaten 99 in the first ever match of CLT20 in 2009 for Cape Cobras against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Others to have scored in nervous nineties are Suresh Raina (94*), Aaron Finch (93*), Misbah-ul-Haq (93*) and Chris Gayle (92).

Highest Averages:

55.60 – David Warner (12 inns)

54.28 – Jacques Kallis (13 inns)

45.09 – Henry Davids (13 inns)

Highest Strike Rates:

178.47 – Chris Gayle (6 inns)

168.24 – Ryan ten Doeschate (8 inns)

157.44 – Kieron Pollard (24 inns)

Most 50+ scores:

5 – Henry Davids (13 inns)

4 – Callum Ferguson (8 inns), AjinkyaRahane (6 inns), Mike Hussey (14 inns), Suresh Raina (19 inns)

Most Ducks – 4 by Rob Quiney (10 inns)

Most Sixes – 45 by Kieron Pollard (24 inns)

Most Fours – 59 by David Warner (12 inns)

Bowling Records:

Leading Wicket Takers:

W Bowler I Ave ER SR BBI Teams
28 Dwayne Bravo 18 18.28 8.1 13.5 4/23 Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Trinidad & Tobago
27 Sunil Narine 15 9.37 4.46 12.5 4/9 Kolkata Knight Riders, Trinidad & Tobago
25 Ravichandran Ashwin 19 20.76 7.27 17.1 4/18 Chennai Super Kings
24 Lasith Malinga 12 13.37 6.71 11.9 5/32 Mumbai Indians
23 Ravi Rampaul 18 20.26 6.99 17.3 4/14 Trinidad & Tobago

Five-Wicket Hauls:

Figures Bowler For Against Venue Year
5/24 Azhar Mahmood Auckland Hampshire Centurion 2012
5/32 SW Tair South Australia Royal Challengers Bangalore Bangalore 2011
5/32 SL Malinga Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Johannesburg 2012

Most Expensive Overs:

Runs Bowler Batsmen Sequence Match Year
34 Thisara Perera MS Dhoni  (32) 1Wd, 6, 1Wd, 2, 6, 6, 6, 6 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings 2013
30 Arul Suppiah JH Kallis (1)/YK Pathan (24) 1, 6, 6, 6, 6, 5Wd, 0 Somerset vs Kolkata Knight Riders 2011
30 L Balaji LRPL Taylor (10)/UT Chand (16) 3Wd, 6, 4, W, 6, 4, 4+NB, 2 Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils 2012
28 John Hastings BJ Diamanti (7)/JM How (20) 6, 1, 4, 4, 4, 4+NB, 4 Victoria vs Central Districts 2010
28 BAW Mendis SK Raina (28) 6, 2, 6, 6, 2, 6 Wayamba vs Chennai Super Kings 2010

All stats and numbers include the Qualifiers as well.

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(Bharath Seervi is a cricket statistician who is obsessed with digging numbers, facts and records related to the game. An active member of Society of Cricket Statisticians of India, he blogs at www.cricketseervistats.blogspot.com. He can be followed on Twitter at www.twitter.com/SeerviBharath and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SeerviCricket)