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IPL Records – Most Fours in an Innings

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IPL Records and Statistics: Which players have scored the most fours in an innings?

Whenever a ball touches the boundary, the whole stadium comes to life with a big cheer. We all want the fours and the sixes as many as possible. They literally make the game more exciting. With a high number of fours and sixes, the viewers tend to feel they got the value for their money. All 16 seasons of the IPL have given some exceptionally great innings to the people. All batters love to flaunt their skills and make records to get their names written in history. But it takes a lot of effort to actually get it done by the end of the day. The bowlers would not want the batters to throw fours in their faces so they definitely make every attempt to stop the effort.

At Khelraja, we love to share some exciting records with our players. If you do not know the capability of the cricketers then how will you be able to make the best bets in town? So, check out the latest information on the batters to make the most out of the bets you are making on the matches and the players both. 

Rank Fours Player Team Opposition Venue
1 19 Paul Valthaty PBKS CSK Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India
AB de Villiers RCB MI Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India
3 16 Michael Lumb RR PBKS Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India
Ajinkya Rahane
Devon Conway CSK M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, India
Yashasvi Jaiswal RR MI Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India
  1. Yashasvi Jaiswal (16 Fours against MI)

Jaiswal is a very credible Indian professional cricketer who has played majorly for the Mumbai Ranjhi team. He has been playing as a part of the Rajasthan Royals (RR) team for quite a long time. His performance has made him a very reliable player for the entire team. He is a left handed batter who is also an all-rounder. He has performed exceedingly well in the past. In the Wankhede Stadium, he scored 16 fours against the MI and made a mark in history for himself. 

  1. Devon Conway (16 Fours against PBKS)

Conway is one name that almost everyone is familiar with. He has also scored 16 fours against the PBKS team as part of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK). It was the Chennai stadium that saw the excellence that Conway has. He has been a strong part of the team for the CSK and has helped the team win several matches in the past. 

  1. Michael Lumb and Ajinkya Rahane (16 Fours against PBKS)

It was the 4th match of the IPL 2012 season when Rahane chose to show his skill to the world. He was the top scorer for RR with 98 runs made on 66 balls. He was the one player who moved the RR towards victory even after they were batting first. Rahane made a ranking on the fourth position with his record. 

Michael Lumb stands on the third position by scoring 16 Fours. He also scored his record against the PBKS. His total score by the end of the match was 83 runs on 43 balls. It was the 38th match of the IPL 2010 season when Lumb made an exceptional score and record for the world to see. Along with 16 fours, there were also 2 sixes that helped him get these runs on the board. He helped his team win the match at the end. 

  1. AB de Villiers (19 Fours against MI)

In the 46th match of the IPL 2015 season, AB de Villiers scored 19 fours. The total made by de Villiers was 133 runs not out on just 59 balls. He was definitely in a mood to make himself unbeatable on the day. RCB is one lucky team to have him. He helped in making a mammoth score of 235 runs in 20 overs with just one wicket down. RCB won this match against MI by 39 runs. 

  1. Paul Valthaty (19 Fours against CSK)

In 2011, Valthaty was opening the match for the PBKS. It was the 9th match of the season, when he chose to pose a big fight against the CSK and secure a victory for his team. CSK had given a target of 189 runs. Paul took it as a challenge and made 120 runs on just 63 balls. Along with 19 fours, he also made 2 sixes. He ranks on the number one position of the record for Most Fours in a single innings in the IPL matches. 

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