The thrilling Indian Premier League (IPL) will be back with the 13th edition in September 2020. Eight teams will be competing with each other for a double round Robins to reach the Playoffs. However, their focus is to claim the winner’s trophy. To arrive in the final, a team has to take themselves in the top four of the IPL 2020 point table. This post will also explore IPL points table 2019 as you certainly want to look back before IPL 2020 starts.
Table of Contents
- IPL 2020 Point Table Rules
- IPL Standings 2020
- IPL Points Table 2019
IPL 2020 Point Table Rules
As we mentioned, each team’s target is to stand on one of the four positions in the IPL point table. Therefore, it doesn’t become the priority for any of the teams to be among the top two in the IPL point table. It is because those teams get an extra opportunity to play the final.
IPL standings are decided based on the number of points a team holds. If two or more teams have the same point on the points table, they consider the Net Run Rate. Not only the IPL 2020 point table but also the general rules are listed below.
- A team gets 2 points if it wins a match
- A team gets no points it loses a match
- A team gets 1 if a match ends abruptly
The Net Run Rate, however, is essential for a team as its IPL standings depend on it. The calculation of the Net Run Rate is based on how they perform in a match or throughout the tournament.
IPL Standings 2020
As IPL 2020 hasn’t started yet, we cannot tell you about the IPL standings 2020. However, we’ll update our page once it commences in September. Meanwhile, if you aren’t aware of the IPL 2020 fixture & schedule, take a look at our latest article from the sports smartzworld. You can also take a glance at the IPL points table 2019.
IPL Points Table 2019
Although Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, and Delhi Capitals possessed the same points, Mumbai Indians bagged the trophy in 2019. Thus, Mumbai Indians are on the top of the points table of Vivo IPL 2019 with a stable Net Run Rate of +0.421. On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings couldn’t make it in the final of IPL 2019, just like in IPL 2018. But they ended with a satisfying net run rate of +0.131. It was probably Mumbai Indian’s revenge for the final of 2015 against CSK. However, Delhi Capitals managed to secure the third position on the points table with an average run rate of +0.044. Here is the IPL points table 2019 below: