Indian Premier League (IPL)

Players with most fifties in IPL history

Players with most fifties in IPL history

Players with most fifties in IPL history

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is the T20 tournament that is sizzled across India. The masses were awaited for the cash-rich league to get started as it faced numerous cancelations amidst the Coronavirus outbreak. As the extravaganza, IPL 2020, has started, the players are fancying their performances in different ways.

Either foreign players on local, they are known for their different records may it be having most purple or orange caps, hitting more sixes, having most fifties, having most hundreds. Let’s have a look at the list of the players who have smashed most fifties in the IPL history.

David Warner:

Australia’s David Warner, the commander of the Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH), tops the table with 45 fifties. Making his debut in IPL 2009, he has been a regular part of the tournament. No other participant is much close to his record and it seems like his record can be continued for two-three more years.

Suresh Raina/Rohit Sharma:

Suresh Raina is the second on the list of top ten and the first Indian with the most fifties. He might have smashed three-four half-centuries to reach near Warner but he refrained himself before the league started as some personal matters concerned him. Having 38 fifties, he equals Mumbai Indians’ Rohit Sharma with an equal number of half-centuries.

The rest of the contestants are listed below:

Players with most fifties in IPL history

David Warner Sunrisers Hyderabad 45
Suresh Raina Chennai Super Kings 38
Rohit Sharma Mumbai Indians 38
Virat Kohli Royal Challengers Bangalore 37
Shikhar Dhawan Delhi Capitals 37
Gautam Gambhir Delhi Capitals (Former Player) 36
AB De Villiers Royal Challengers Bangalore 35
Chris Gayle Kings XI Punjab 28
Ajinkya Rahane Delhi Capitals 27
Robin Uthappa Rajasthan Royals 24


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