Twice in two matches, Sunrisers' bowlers have been tasked with defending below-par totals, and both times they pulled it off
The 24-year old's 5 for 14 were the second-best figures in the IPL to end up on the losing side
Two nights after defending 118, Sunrisers Hyderabad defended 132 to snap Kings XI Punjab's four-match winning streak
Kane Williamson leads a sensational bowling attack, but his opposite number R Ashwin has a line-up that can both pile up and contain runs
The round-up of smart stats from the first 22 matches of this IPL season also features D'Arcy Short and Gautam Gambhir's scoring troubles
Mujeeb Ur Rahman showed again he can bowl whenever needed: in the Powerplay or to defend 16 off the final over
The 17-year-old mystery spinner defended 16 in the last over to put Kings XI Punjab on top of the points table
Also: Is it time for Gambhir to drop down Daredevils' order? And Yuvraj to drop out of Kings XI's line-up all together?
How dose the DLS system work? And would the VJD method have made a difference to KKR's chances?
Andre Russell was kept quiet by Kings XI but when he came on to bowl, he was taken apart by fellow Jamaican Chris Gayle
The opener shellacked 60 off 27 balls to propel Kings XI Punjab to the top of the table
The two openers smashed fifties in a revised chase of 125 off 13 overs to crush Kolkata Knight Riders
Delhi Daredevils finally get two consecutive home games, but they face a formidable Kings XI Punjab first
Gayle, with all the big T20 batting records to his name, has nothing more to prove, but wants people to "just put some respect on the name"
Chris Gayle has a formidable record against his former team, having scored 532 runs in 13 innings at an average of nearly 50 and a strike-rate of 152.43
The man from Jamaica, who first turned chaotic T20 hitting into a science, continues to mould his batting to suit the circumstances - to brutal effect, as always
Eight teams, plenty of jersey numbers. Can you ace this quiz?
After becoming the first Indian to win gold in the javelin throw at the Commonwealth Games, Neeraj Chopra's next target is to touch the javelin gold standard of 90m.