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IPL 2019 Orange Cap Winner: List of Most Run-Scoring Batsmen in Indian Premier League 12

Batsman with most runs throughout the IPL 2019 will don an Orange Cap. (Photo Credits: File Image)

The Indian Premier League 2019, popularly known as IPL 2019 kicked-off with defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) defeating  Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by seven wickets. There was not much for the batsmen in the match as RCB were bundled out for just 70 runs. Parthiv Patel was the top-scorer in the match with 29 runs. Meanwhile, below you can check detailed list of most runs in IPL 2019. IPL 2019 Live Streaming & Live Cricket Score on Hotstar and Star Sports: Watch Free Telecast of Indian Premier League T20 on TV and Online.

The batsman with most runs throughout the IPL 2019 will don an Orange Cap to signify that he is the leading run-scorer. At the end of the season, the batsman with most runs in his kitty will be awarded a special memento in the form of Orange Cap. Last year, Sunrisers Hyderabad(SRH) captain Kane Williamson won the orange cap, as he was the leading run scorer with 735 runs in 17 matches.

Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament has always been a batsman paradise. We witness some amazing batting performance in this T20 league tournament, where the batsmen make quick half-centuries and hundreds. Different star emerges out of each season of Indian Premier League; we can’t easily predict the orange cap holder in any of the IPL. IPL 2019 Schedule in PDF: Download VIVO Indian Premier League 12 Full Timetable With Fixtures, Matches, Team and Venue Details.

Most Runs in IPL 2019- Orange Cap:

Rank Batsman Matches Runs Ave
1  Parthiv Patel  1  29 29.00
2 Ambati Rayudu  1  28  28.00
3  Suresh Raina  1  19  19.00
4  Kedar Jadhav 1  12  10.00
5  Moeen Ali  1  9 9.00

With in-form players like Chris Gayle and Rishabh Pant, who was the second highest run scorer, in IPL season 11, this year’s is expected to be full of extravagant action. As far as the orange cap is concerned, this will pass through many players, and the final holder will only be discovered at the end of the tournament. A total number of 60 matches including qualifiers, eliminator and final will be played in a span of two months. Who will be the Orange Cap holder in IPL 2019? Well, keep following the updated highest run-scorer list here for the next two months to figure out the next name!