IPL Records and Statistics: Result Records – Greatest Win Margin by Balls Remaining

The Indian Premier League is the T20 franchise league that receives the most attention globally (IPL). Know more about the greatest win margin by balls.

The Indian Premier League is one competition where the talent levels of each competing team are on par. Every squad has a healthy balance of seasoned players and youthful players, which adds the ideal amount of knowledge and vigor. This is one of the factors behind the IPL’s fierce rivalry and the requirement that teams compete until the very last ball in order to win. In every game, the winner is the player who performs better overall. There have also been one-sided games in the midst of all of these, where one team utterly overpowered the opposition. The teams that absolutely outplayed the opposition and won the game by a wide margin will be the focus of today’s stat.

Greatest Win Margin (by Balls Remaining)

Find the highest margin of victory in the IPL in terms of runs. The best 10 IPL teams are those whose batsmen batted rapidly, set high targets for the opposition, took all ten wickets with a low score, and earned the biggest victories by a significant margin in their IPLT20 careers.

Balls remaining Margin Team Opposition Venue Date
87 8 wickets MI KKR Wankhede StadiumMumbai, India 16 May 2008
76 8 wickets KTK RR Holkar StadiumIndore, India 15 May 2011
73 10 wickets PBKS DD Punjab Cricket Association StadiumMohali, India 30 April 2017
72 9 wickets SRH RCB Brabourne StadiumMumbai, India 23 April 2022
71 10 wickets RCB PBKS Holkar StadiumIndore, India 14 May 2018

Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians, who had the most balls left in the game and had their biggest IPL victory, came out on top. When MI came to bat, they scored 48 runs in just 17 balls, reducing KKR to just 67 in 15.2 overs, and with 87 balls left, MI had won the game.


The infamous KTK triumph over RR is in second place. Brad Hodge picked up 4 wickets in the chase, and KKT was dismissed for 97 With 76 balls remaining, Brendon McCullum took the initiative and drove his team to an 8-wicket victory.

Royal Challengers Bangalore

RCB has moved up to third place as a result of their recent 10-wicket victory over the Delhi Daredevils with 57 balls left. They improved upon their 2010 victory over RR, which they achieved with 56 balls remaining. Along with DC, who did so once against MI with 48 balls remained, RCB is the only side to have won a match with 10 wickets left after the greatest number of balls were bowled (10). Will there be a side that can defeat MI’s record and claim victory with more than 87 balls left to bowl? Although it seems unlikely, everything is possible in the IPL, and we hope to watch one of these matches soon as well.


The Royal Challengers Bangalore team lost severely to Sunrisers Hyderabad on Saturday in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.After being put into the batting order by Kane Williamson, the Faf du Plessis-led team collapsed severely and were eventually dismissed for 68 in 16.1 overs, which was the second-lowest total in league history for RCB. The Sunrisers then defeated RCB with its biggest loss (by balls remaining, 72) in 15 editions by chasing down the 69-run mark in 48 balls for a nine-wicket victory and a move up to second place on the points table. The Sunrisers’ eight-over victory also ranks as the fourth-fastest run-chase victory in IPL history.


They have participated in events of that nature. Additionally, this season they have defeated Punjab Kings twice. The needed run rate never appeared to be a concern, but the wickets column turned out to be a major setback as they experienced a horrific collapse in which they lost 5 wickets in the space of 14 runs during the fifth through tenth over phase. Jitesh Sharma, who never ceases to astonish, fought alone but eventually gave up in the 18th over because he had too much work left to do. If anything, his wicket helped Punjab avoid a lopsided defeat, which could be crucial when their final game is over.

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