Market Report – Indian Premier League – Matchday 31, April 30, 2023

Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians IPL 2023

Punjab defeated Chennai in a final-ball thriller to get to the 5th position on the points table. The second game saw Mumbai topple Rajasthan in a run-fest. Keep reading to see the match details and market variations.


Match 41: Chennai vs. Punjab


Punjab 201 for 6 (Prabhsimran 42, Livingstone 40) beat Chennai 200 for 4 (Conway 92(↑33.15%), Deshpande 3/49) by 4 wickets.


Chennai elected to bat first after winning the toss. The openers provided a strong start of 86 runs before Ruturaj Gaikwad(↓3.24%) was removed for 37(31). Shivam Dube(↓1.53%) got a promotion to #3 and played a useful cameo of 28 off 17. Devon Conway(↑33.15%) batted the whole 20 overs and stayed unbeaten at 92 off 52. MS Dhoni(↑17.78%) faced 4 balls to hit 2 sixes, and Chennai finished with 200 for 4.

The chase began with a rapid 50-run partnership in just 4.2 overs. Shikhar Dhawan(5.34%) was the first man to fall after scoring 28 off 15. Prabhsimran Singh kept the momentum going before departing for a 24-ball 42. Atharva Taide’s miserable knock of 13(17) brought Punjab under pressure. Liam Livingstone and Sam Curran(↓20.32%) took the game deep as the last 5 overs needed to go for 72.

Livingstone picked 22 off the first 4 balls of the 16th over before getting out on the next delivery for 40(24). Sam Curran(↓20.32%) fell in the 18th over, and the target in the last 2 overs was 22. Jitesh Sharma’s(↑2.52%) cameo of 21 off 10 ended in the 19th over. With 9 to defend in the last over, Matheesha Pathirana gave just 6 runs in the first 5 balls. Sikandar Raza placed the final ball in the gap to run 3 and get Punjab over the line.


Match 42: Mumbai vs. Rajasthan


Mumbai 214 for 4 (Surya 55(↑17.68%), David 45(↑71.24%)) beat Rajhasthan 212 for 7 (Jaiswal 124(↑62.35%), Ashwin 2/27(↑9.68%)) by 6 wickets.


Rajasthan also opted to bat first after winning the toss. The openers put 72 runs on the board in the first 7 overs. Jos Buttler‘s (↓8.35%) struggling innings of 18(19) ended in the 8th over. None of the upcoming batters were able to make an impact. Yashashvi Jaiswal(↑62.35%) was battling alone as he got to a 53-ball hundred. His incredible innings of 124(62) powered the Royals to 212 for 7 in 20 overs.

Rohit Sharma(↓20.38%) fell in the second over of the chase. His opening partner, Ishan Kishan(↓11.01%), followed him for a 23-ball 28. Cameron Green(↓2.15%) and Suryakumar Yadav(↑17.68%) played vital knocks of 44(26) and 55(29), respectively. When the 4th wicket fell, Mumbai needed 61 more to win in 28 balls. Tim David(↑71.24%) and Tilak Varma(↓1.38%) took the game deep as the last 2 overs needed to go for 32.

Sandeep Sharma conceded 15 in the penultimate over. With 17 needed in the final over, Tim David(↑71.24%) smashed Jason Holder(↓43.02%) for 3 consecutive sixes to steal the win. He finished with 45* off just 14, while Tilak Varma(↓1.38%) got 29* off 21.


Sportiqo Points Analysis


Yashashvi Jaiswal’s(↑62.35%) extraordinary innings of 124 off 62 made him the most valuable player of the day. He earned 110 Sportiqo points due to his knock of 16 boundaries and 8 maximums. Tim David’s(↑71.24%) match-winning performance helped him secure 73 points. His innings of 45 off 14 included 2 fours and 5 sixes. In addition, Devon Conway(↑33.15%) is in the 3rd spot on the list. He made 92 runs and got 59 Sportiqo points. He smashed 16 fours and a six in his 53-ball innings. 


Let’s see the performances and Sportiqo points of the most prominent players on day 31:

PlayerPerformanceSportiqo Points
Yashasvi Jaiswal124(62)110
Tim David45*(14)73
Devon Conway92(52)59
Suryakumar Yadav55(29)37
MS Dhoni13(4)24.5
Ravichandran Ashwin8(5) & 2/2717.65
Arshdeep Singh1/37-0.5
Rahul Chahar1/35-1.5
Sam Curran29(20) & 1/46-5
Rohit Sharma3(5)-7
Jofra Archer1/35-10
Yuzvendra Chahal0/32-13
Jason Holder11(9) & 0/55-32.5


Market Update


Tim David’s(↑71.24%) outstanding performance has skyrocketed his stocks by ₹91.36. Yashashvi Jaiswal(↑62.35%) and Devon Conway(↑33.15%) also had their price increased by ₹146.43 and ₹71.13, respectively. On the contrary, Jofra Archer(↓51.64%) has his price stripped down by ₹31.17. Jason Holder(↓43.02%) also got his value deflated by ₹11.32. While,  Rahul Chahar‘s(↓39.89%) stocks went down by ₹9.95. 


Let’s find out in detail how the prices have changed for the top players after the thirty-first day of the league:

PlayerSportiqo Points30 Apr Price01 May Price% ChangeCummulative Points Earned
Tim David73128.25219.6171.24%120
Yashasvi Jaiswal110234.86381.2962.35%249.1
Devon Conway59214.57285.7033.15%200.9
MS Dhoni24.5131.81155.2517.78%92.1
Suryakumar Yadav37184.73217.3917.68%120.6
Ravichandran Ashwin17.65142.17155.939.68%99.35
Arshdeep Singh-0.556.6847.03-17.03%18.2
Sam Curran-5102.1981.42-20.32%35.8
Rohit Sharma-7167.20133.13-20.38%57.9
Yuzvendra Chahal-13104.6678.27-25.21%51.85
Rahul Chahar-1.524.9515.00-39.89%-21.3
Jason Holder-32.526.3215.00-43.02%-69.3
Jofra Archer-1060.3629.19-51.64%-26.5


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