From highest IPL total ever to lowest total in final: Sunrisers Hyderabad’s drastic decline | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Sunrisers Hyderabad hold the record of the highest IPL total ever when they amassed 287/3 against Royal Challengers Bengaluru this season.
Moreover, they also hold the distinction of having the second-highest total in IPL, which they accomplished earlier this season. In that match, they scored a formidable 277/3 while facing Mumbai Indians.
But SRH witnessed a drastic decline from making the highest IPL total ever to crashing to a historical low as they posted the lowest total ever in the history of the tournament’s final.
SRH managed a meager 113 against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in Chennai during the 2024 final. This performance marked the lowest total ever in an IPL final.
Lowest totals in IPL finals

  • 113 SRH vs KKR Chennai 2024
  • 125/9 CSK vs MI Kolkata 2013
  • 128/6 RPS vs MI Hyderabad 2017
  • 129/8 MI vs RPS Hyderabad 2017

Another notable low total occurred in the 2013 final when Chennai Super Kings (CSK) were restricted to 125/9 by the formidable Mumbai Indians (MI) in 149-run chase in Kolkata
The 2017 IPL final featured two low-scoring encounters between Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) and Mumbai Indians (MI) in Hyderabad.
RPS could only post 128/6. However, the match turned into a nail-biter as MI themselves could only muster 129/8, just managing to edge past RPS by a solitary run in one of the most thrilling finishes in IPL history.
These finals serve as a reminder that in the high-stakes world of IPL, pressure can lead to unexpectedly low scores, making the competition even more unpredictable and exciting for fans.


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