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IPL 2023 Orange Purple Cap: Shubman Gill wants to snatch Orange Cap from Faf Duplesey

By Anshu - May 24, 2023 10:57 AM

Gill threatens Du Plessis' Orange Cap

An orange cap adorns the head of Faf Duplesey. Duplesey is on top with 730 runs in 14 matches. At the same time, Shubman Gill has reached very close to Duplesey and he has reached number two after scoring 722 runs in 15 matches. Virat Kohli is at number three with 639 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal is fourth with 625 runs and Devon Conway is at number five with 625 runs.

Purple cap near Shami

Mohammed Shami's hold on the Purple Cap remains intact. Shami has taken 26 wickets in 15 matches played in IPL 2023. Rashid Khan is just behind Shami and he is on the second number with 25 wickets. Yuzvendra Chahal is on the third position with 21 wickets. At the same time, Tushar Deshpande has now come at number four with 21 wickets. Piyush Chawla is at number five with 20 wickets.

Chennai Super Kings beat Gujarat Titans by 15 runs in IPL 2023 Qualifier 1 match. With this victory, Dhoni's brigade entered the final of IPL for the 10th time. The bowlers of Chennai team performed amazingly and Gujarat Titans batsmen were battered in front of their deadly performance. In response to the target of 173 runs from CSK, the entire team of Gujarat Titans was all out by scoring 157 runs.

IPL 2023 : Orange Purple Cap Chennai beat Gujarat by 15 runs in the first qualifier match of IPL 2023. Along with the victory, CSK has also booked the ticket for the final. Faf Duplesey's Orange Cap now sees a bigger threat from Shubman Gill.

Chennai cut the final ticket

Electing to bat first after losing the toss, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Devon Conway gave a brilliant start to Chennai Super Kings. Both added 87 runs in 10.3 overs for the first wicket. The fourth fifty of this season came out from the bat of Ruturaj. At the same time, Conway contributed 40 runs. In the last over, Ravindra Jadeja batted brilliantly, hitting 22 runs off 16 balls, due to which the CSK team managed to put 172 runs on the score board, losing 7 wickets in 20 overs.

Gujarat batsmen surrendered

In the first qualifier match, the bowlers of Chennai Super Kings wreaked havoc. Deepak Chahar gave the team the initial successes, then in the middle overs, the magic of spin of Ravindra Jadeja and Mahesh Teekshana also spoke up. At the same time, in the last over, Mathia Pathirana bowled brilliantly and took the big wicket of Vijay Shankar. In response to the target of 173 runs from CSK, the Gujarat team got all out by scoring 157 runs.

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