Orange Cap in IPL 2024 :- Virat Kohli (Current) beats SRH’s Heinrich Klaasen, becomes highest run scorer Complete Information

Who will be the Orange Cap holder in IPL 2024? The current titleholder, Virat Kohli, has proven his prowess on the cricket field time and time again. Will he maintain his lead and beat out the other talented players vying for the top spot? With fierce competition and unpredictable twists in every match, only time will tell who will emerge victorious and claim the coveted Orange Cap in the upcoming IPL season. Stay tuned to witness the battle of the best cricketers as they strive for glory on the pitch.

Orange Cap in IPL 2024

In IPL 2024, Virat Kohli of RCB reclaimed the Orange Cap by scoring 83 runs in the latest match against KKR, reaching a total of 181 runs. Heinrich Klaasen from SRH now holds the second spot with 143 runs, while Riyan Parag from RR is in third place with 127 runs. Sanju Samson from RR is fourth with 97 runs. For the most updated list of top run-scorers in IPL Season 17, visit news18.

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IPL 2024 Orange Cap Standings

IPL 2024 Orange Cap leaderboard shows Virat Kohli leading with 181 runs, followed by Heinrich Klaasen at 143 runs. Riyan Parag holds the third spot with 127 runs, while Sanju Samson and Abhishek Sharma stand at fourth and fifth place with 97 and 95 runs respectively.

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IPL 2024 Scores Update

POS

PLAYER

Team

RUNS

MATCHES

Inns

Avg

SR

4S

6S

1

Virat Kohli

RCB

181

3

3

90.50

141.40

15

7

2

Heinrich Klaasen

SRH

143

2

2

143.00

226.98

4

15

3

Riyan Parag

RR

127

2

2

127.00

171.62

8

9

4

Sanju Samson

RR

97

2

2

97.00

146.97

6

6

5

Abhishek Sharma

SRH

95

2

2

47.50

226.19

7

9

6

Tilak Varma

MI

89

2

2

44.50

167.92

3

7

7

Dinesh Karthik

RCB

86

3

3

86.00

195.45

6

7

8

Sam Curran

PBKS

86

2

2

43.00

134.37

9

1

9

Shivam Dube

CSK

85

2

2

85.00

166.66

6

6

10

Phil Salt

KKR

84

2

2

42.00

140.00

5

5

11

Rachin Ravindra

CSK

83

2

2

41.50

237.14

9

6

12

Sai Sudharsan

GT

82

2

2

41.00

117.14

6

1

13

David Warner

DC

78

2

2

39.00

141.81

8

5

14

Rohit Sharma

MI

69

2

2

34.50

168.29

8

4

15

Shikhar Dhawan

PBKS

67

2

2

33.50

126.41

9

1

16

Andre Russell

KKR

64

2

1

256.00

3

7

17

Nicholas Pooran

LSG

64

1

1

156.09

4

4

18

Travis Head

SRH

62

1

1

62.00

258.33

9

3

19

Anuj Rawat

RCB

62

3

3

20.66

147.61

5

3

20

Ruturaj Gaikwad

CSK

61

2

2

30.50

119.60

8

1

21

Aiden Markram

SRH

60

2

2

60.00

146.34

4

1

22

KL Rahul

LSG

58

1

1

58.00

131.81

4

2

23

Venkatesh Iyer

KKR

57

2

2

28.50

162.85

4

4

24

Liam Livingstone

PBKS

55

2

2

55.00

161.76

3

4

25

Cameron Green

RCB

54

3

3

18.00

112.50

5

2

26

Tim David

MI

53

2

2

53.00

165.62

3

3

27

Prabhsimran Singh

PBKS

51

2

2

25.50

150.00

7

2

28

Naman Dhir

MI

50

2

2

25.00

208.33

5

3

29

Sunil Narine

KKR

49

2

2

24.50

188.46

2

5

30

Tristan Stubbs

DC

49

2

2

49.00

158.06

2

3

31

Faf du Plessis

RCB

46

3

3

15.33

127.77

8

1

32

Dewald Brevis

MI

46

1

1

46.00

121.05

2

3

33

Daryl Mitchell

CSK

46

2

2

46.00

121.05

2

2

34

Rishabh Pant

DC

46

2

2

23.00

117.94

4

1

35

Mitchell Marsh

DC

43

2

2

21.50

179.16

7

2

36

Mayank Agarwal

SRH

43

2

2

21.50

126.47

5

1

37

Abishek Porel

DC

41

2

2

41.00

205.00

4

2

38

Dhruv Jurel

RR

40

2

2

40.00

166.66

4

1

39

Wriddhiman Saha

GT

40

2

2

20.00

125.00

8

0

40

Shreyas Iyer

KKR

39

2

2

39.00

150.00

2

2

41

Shubman Gill

GT

39

2

2

19.50

144.44

3

2

42

Ajinkya Rahane

CSK

39

2

2

19.50

125.80

0

2

43

Axar Patel

DC

36

2

2

36.00

138.46

3

1

44

Jitesh Sharma

PBKS

36

2

2

18.00

124.13

2

2

45

Ramandeep Singh

KKR

35

2

1

35.00

205.88

1

4

46

Hardik Pandya

MI

35

2

2

17.50

145.83

2

2

47

Ishan Kishan

MI

34

2

2

17.00

200.00

2

4

48

Shai Hope

DC

33

1

1

33.00

132.00

2

2

49

David Miller

GT

33

2

2

16.50

122.22

4

0

50

Ravindra Jadeja

CSK

32

2

2

32.00

160.00

1

1

51

Glenn Maxwell

RCB

31

3

3

10.33

124.00

3

1

52

Ravichandran Ashwin

RR

29

2

1

29.00

152.63

0

3

53

Yashasvi Jaiswal

RR

29

2

2

14.50

152.63

4

1

54

Rinku Singh

KKR

28

2

2

28.00

140.00

3

0

55

Azmatullah Omarzai

GT

28

2

2

14.00

133.33

2

1

56

Rahul Tewatia

GT

28

2

2

14.00

107.69

3

1

57

Deepak Hooda

LSG

26

1

1

26.00

200.00

2

2

58

Jos Buttler

RR

22

2

2

11.00

88.00

2

0

59

Shashank Singh

PBKS

21

2

2

21.00

233.33

1

2

60

Rajat Patidar

RCB

21

3

3

7.00

84.00

1

1

61

Rahul Tripathi

SRH

20

1

1

20.00

100.00

0

1

62

Shimron Hetmyer

RR

19

2

2

19.00

135.71

1

1

63

Vijay Shankar

GT

18

2

2

18.00

105.88

0

1

64

Mahipal Lomror

RCB

17

1

1

212.50

2

1

65

Jonny Bairstow

PBKS

17

2

2

8.50

188.88

4

0

66

Shahbaz Ahmed

SRH

16

2

1

16.00

320.00

1

2

67

Romario Shepherd

MI

15

1

1

250.00

2

1

68

Abdul Samad

SRH

15

2

1

15.00

136.36

1

1

69

Sameer Rizvi

CSK

14

2

1

14.00

233.33

0

2

70

Umesh Yadav

GT

10

2

1

90.90

0

1

71

Nitish Rana

KKR

9

1

1

9.00

81.81

1

0

72

Mitchell Starc

KKR

6

2

1

200.00

1

0

73

Rashid Khan

GT

5

2

2

5.00

100.00

0

0

74

Spencer Johnson

GT

5

2

1

100.00

1

0

75

Harpreet Brar

PBKS

4

2

2

100.00

0

0

76

Quinton de Kock

LSG

4

1

1

4.00

80.00

1

0

77

Marcus Stoinis

LSG

3

1

1

3.00

75.00

0

0

78

Krunal Pandya

LSG

3

1

1

60.00

0

0

79

Ricky Bhui

DC

3

2

2

1.50

33.33

0

0

80

Sumit Kumar

DC

2

2

1

2.00

22.22

0

0

81

Shams Mulani

MI

1

2

1

100.00

0

0

82

Marco Jansen

SRH

1

1

1

100.00

0

0

83

Jasprit Bumrah

MI

1

2

1

100.00

0

0

84

Kuldeep Yadav

DC

1

2

1

1.00

50.00

0

0

85

Gerald Coetzee

MI

1

2

1

1.00

33.33

0

0

86

Ayush Badoni

LSG

1

1

1

1.00

20.00

0

0

IPL Orange Cap Holders List All Seasons

Year

Winner

Team

Runs

Average

Strike Rate

50

100

Highest Score

2023

Shubhman Gill

Gujarat Titans

890

59.33

157.80

4

3

129

2022

Jos Buttler

Rajasthan Royals

863

57.53

149.05

4

4

116

2021

Ruturaj Gaikwad

CSK

635

45.35

136.26

4

1

101*

2020

KL Rahul

KXIP

670

55.83

129.34

5

1

132*

2019

David Warner

SRH

692

69.2

143.87

8

1

100

2018

Kane Williamson

SRH

735

52.5

142.44

8

0

84

2017

David Warner

SRH

641

58.27

141.81

4

1

126

2016

Virat Kohli

RCB

973

81.08

152.03

7

4

113

2015

David Warner

SRH

562

43.23

156.54

7

0

91

2014

Robin Uthappa

KKR

660

44

137.78

5

0

83

2013

Michael Hussey

CSK

733

52.35

129.5

6

0

95

2012

Chris Gayle

RCB

733

61.08

160.74

7

1

128

2011

Chris Gayle

RCB

608

67.55

183.13

3

2

107

2010

Sachin Tendulkar

MI

618

47.53

132.61

5

0

89

2009

Matthew Hayden

CSK

572

52

144.81

5

0

89

2008

Shaun Marsh

KXIP

616

68.44

139.68

5

1

115

What are the Orange Cap Standings update After Today’s RCB VS KKR Match?

In the current game featuring RCB and KKR, Virat Kohli of Royal Challengers Bangalore made 83 runs from 59 deliveries, including 4 sixes and 4 boundaries. As a result, he has claimed the top spot on the Orange Cap List for IPL 2024. During the second innings, Phil Salt contributed 29 runs, bringing his total runs to 83.

The IPL 2024 Season 17 Important Information

The IPL 2024, now in its 17th season, will see if Chennai Super Kings can retain their title or if another team will emerge victorious. The BCCI has released the schedule for the latter part of IPL 2024. According to the schedule, the first Qualifier and the Eliminator will take place in Ahmedabad on May 21 & 22 respectively. The second Qualifier will be held at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on May 24, followed by the season’s final match on May 26. In the upcoming matches, Delhi Capitals will play their remaining five home games at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi after playing their first two matches in Visakhapatnam. Punjab Kings, who started their season at PCA New International Cricket Stadium in Mullanpur, will conclude their home matches in Dharamsala.

IPL 2024 Stadium & Matches

The picturesque stadium with stunning views will be the venue for PBKS, where they will have two matches on May 5th and 9th against Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bengaluru. Rajasthan Royals have also selected Guwahati as a second venue, where they will play their final two home matches in Assam. Their first match will be against Punjab Kings on May 15th, followed by a game against Kolkata Knight Riders on May 19th, which will also mark the end of the league stage of the 17th season of IPL. In addition to aiming for the IPL 2024 title, players from each team will be pursuing individual achievements, with batsmen eager to secure the IPL 2024 orange cap.

Questions Regarding Orange Cap in IPL 2024

Name the some Orange Cap winners who are in the past years?

Shaun Marsh, Matthew Hayden, Sachin Tendulkar, Chris Gayle, CSK’s Michael Hussey.

What is the Orange Cap award? And it’s Importance

The Orange Cap is a prestigious award given to the player who scores the highest number of runs throughout a season in cricket tournaments such as the Indian Premier League (IPL). This recognition serves as a symbol of outstanding batting performance and consistency displayed by the recipient. The player who earns the Orange Cap not only showcases exceptional skill and talent but also contributes significantly to their team’s success on the field. The award highlights the individual’s ability to stand out among their peers in terms of run-scoring prowess and serves as a source of motivation for other players to strive for excellence in their batting performances.

Is an there any players who have received Orange Cap more than once?

Yes David Warner has claimed the Orange Cap three times, while Chris Gayle has received it twice.

Who would won the Orange Cap award in 2023?

Shubman Gill from Gujarat Titans had a phenomenal run in 2023 with 890 runs in 17 matches.