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LSG vs PBKS, IPL 2024, Match 11: Stats Preview of Players’ Records and Approaching Milestones

Lucknow Super Giants. (Photo Source: IPL/BCCI)

Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) will lock horns with Punjab Kings (PBKS) in match 11 of the 17th edition of the IPL 2024 on Saturday, March 30, at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow. The Super Giants will be playing their first home match of IPL 2024 and expect a lot of support from their fans who have very high expectations for this season after LSG reached playoffs two consecutive years.

The KL Rahul-led LSG began their 2024 campaign with disappointment as they lost against season one champions Rajasthan Royals (RR) by a margin of twenty runs at Jaipur. But they are ready to make a comeback in their first home match against the Kings in front of huge support.

Speaking about the last game of the Super Giants, after the top order collapse, KL Rahul 58(44) made a comeback to competitive cricket after a long break from injury. He played a superb Innings but failed to up the ante when required. Along with him Nicholas Pooran 64(41) also played superb innings but unfortunately failed to finish the match. KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran stitched a fantastic partnership of 85(52) after an early collapse but failed to take the team over the victory line. 

Speaking about the bowlers, Krunal Pandya (4-0-19-0) bowled a fantastic spell which helped them to restrict the Royals below 200 who were going really well, and it kept Super Giants in the game. Super Giants will be hoping that these three continue their good form and a good start from the top-order and bowlers as well.

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On the other hand, Shikhar Dhawan’s PBKS started off their season with a victory over Delhi Capitals (DC) by a margin of four wickets at their new home ground at Mullanpur, in Chandigarh. But they came crashing down soon against Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) in their second game of the season in Bengaluru.

Speaking about the last game of the Kings, Shikhar Dhawan 45(37) played a superb Innings but failed to up the ante when required to set a huge total and also there were no huge contributions from other batters as well. Speaking about the bowlers, Harpreet Brar (4-0-13-2) and Kagiso Rabada (4-0-23-2) bowled a fantastic spell at Chinnaswamy which is always a difficult ground for bowlers. These two superb spells kept the Kings in the game till the last over and also helped them to drag the game to the final over. The Kings will hope all their players continue their good form.

Meanwhile, let us look at the stats and numbers ahead of the Lucknow Super Giants vs Punjab Kings clash:

LSG vs PBKS Head-to-Head: LSG and PBKS have met each other three times in the tournament’s history with the Super Giants winning on two occasions and the Kings are with one victory.

5 – Nicolas Pooran (95) needs five sixes to reach 100 sixes in IPL.

12 – Quinton De Kock (288) needs 12 fours to reach 300 fours in his IPL journey.

19 – Marcus Stoinis (1,381) needs nineteen runs more to reach 1,500 runs in the IPL.

89 – Quinton De Kock (3,911) needs 89 runs more to reach 4000 IPL runs.

1 – KL Rahul (49) needs one more dismissal to complete 50 dismissals as a wicketkeeper in IPL.

6 – KL Rahul (44) needs six more catches to reach 50 catches as a wicketkeeper in the IPL.

1 – Shikhar Dhawan (149) needs one more six to reach 150 sixes in IPL.

3 – Shikhar Dhawan (97) needs three catches to reach 100 catches in IPL.

5 – Krunal Pandya (45) needs five catches to reach 50 catches in the IPL.

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6 – KL Rahul (294) needs another six sixes to reach 300 sixes in T20s.

5 – Devdutt Padikkal (95) needs another five sixes to reach 100 sixes in T20s.

3 – Arshdeep Singh (147) needs three scalps to reach the landmark of 150 wickets in the T20s.

4 – Jonny Bairstow (396) needs another four fours to reach 400 fours in T20.

5 – David Willey (295) needs five scalps to reach the landmark of 300 wickets in the T20 format.

1 – KL Rahul (99) needs one more catch to reach 100 catches in T20s.

3 – Deepak Hooda (97) needs three catches to reach a 100-catch milestone in the T20 format.

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