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IPL 2021 Points table

This is the updated Indian Premier League points table 2021, with DC at the top of the table with 20 points.

The ever-exciting Indian Premier League (IPL) will feature eight IPL teams yet again playing a double round-robin stage to qualify for the Playoffs and then have a hit at winning the coveted trophy. To do that, a team must first find itself in the top four of the IPL points table 2021.

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IPL Points Table 2021 Rules

As mentioned earlier, the primary target of each and every team is to end up in one of the top four spots of the IPL points table. It is a secondary goal to be among the top two as those teams get an extra opportunity to be in the IPL Finals.

The IPL standings are decided on the number of points each team has. If more than one team is tied with the same number of points, the ‘Net Run Rate’ (NRR) is taken into consideration. The rules for gaining points are as follows:

  1. A team gets 2 points for a win.

  2. A team gets 1 point in case the game is abandoned or ends abruptly as No Result.

  3. A team gets 0 points in case of a loss.

The NRR of a team is extremely crucial as the IPL Standings get too close as the tournament progresses and often a few number of teams are tied on points. The NRR of a team is calculated as ‘the number of runs scored by the team to the number of overs faced’ to ‘the number of runs conceded by the team to the number of overs bowled’ in the same tournament.

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IPL Standings Trivias

  1. No team has ever progressed to Playoffs with less than 12 points in the history of IPL.

  2. Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) and Deccan Chargers (now defunct) are the only 2 teams to have accumulated 4 points in an IPL Season which is the lowest points accumulated by any team.

  3. Kolkata Knight Riders and Deccan Chargers (now defunct) are the only teams which have never finished 1st in the Indian Premier League Points table but have gone on to win the tournament.

  4. Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) is the only team in IPL history to finish 1st in the points table but never win the title. They have done it twice.

Note: The Points Table of IPL 2021 has not been considered for these trivia facts.

IPL Points Table (2020)

TeamsMatchesWonLostTiedNRPointsNRR

Mumbai Indians

14

9

5

18

1.107

Delhi Capitals

14

8

6

16

-0.109

Sunrisers Hyderabad

14

7

7

14

0.608

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14

7

7

14

-0.172

Kolkata Knight Riders

14

7

7

14

-0.214

Punjab Kings

14

6

8

12

-0.162

Chennai Super Kings

14

6

8

12

-0.455

Rajasthan Royals

14

6

8

12

-0.569

IPL Points Table (2019)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Mumbai Indians149500180.4212Chennai Super Kings149500180.1313Delhi Capitals149500180.0444Sunrisers Hyderabad146800120.5775Kolkata Knight Riders146800120.0286Punjab Kings14680012-0.2517Rajasthan Royals14580111-0.4498Royal Challengers Bangalore14580111-0.607

IPL Points Table (2018)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Sunrisers Hyderabad149500180.2842Chennai Super Kings149500180.2533Kolkata Knight Riders14860016-0.074Rajasthan Royals14770014-0.255Mumbai Indians146800120.3176Royal Challengers Bangalore146800120.1297Punjab Kings14680012-0.5028Delhi Capitals14590010-0.222

IPL Points Table (2017)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Mumbai Indians1410400200.7842Rising Pune Supergiant149500180.1763Sunrisers Hyderabad148501170.5994Kolkata Knight Riders148600160.6415Punjab Kings14770014-0.0096Delhi Capitals14680012-0.5127Gujarat Lions14410008-0.4128Royal Challengers Bangalore14310017-1.299

IPL Points Table (2016)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Gujarat Lions14950018-0.3742Royal Challengers Bangalore148600160.9323Sunrisers Hyderabad148600160.2454Kolkata Knight Riders148600160.1065Mumbai Indians14770014-0.1466Delhi Capitals14770014-0.1557Rising Pune Supergiant145900100.0158Punjab Kings14410008-0.646

IPL Points Table (2015)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Chennai Super Kings149500180.7092Mumbai Indians14860016-0.0433Royal Challengers Bangalore147502161.0374Rajasthan Royals147502160.0625Kolkata Knight Riders147601150.2536Sunrisers Hyderabad14770014-0.2397Delhi Capitals14580111-0.0498Punjab Kings14311006-1.436

IPL Points Table (2014)

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PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Punjab Kings1411300220.9682Kolkata Knight Riders149500180.4183Chennai Super Kings149500180.3854Mumbai Indians147700140.0955Rajasthan Royals147700140.066Sunrisers Hyderabad14680012-0.3997Royal Challengers Bangalore14590010-0.4288Delhi Capitals14212004-1.182

IPL Points Table (2013)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Chennai Super Kings1611500220.532Mumbai Indians1611500220.4413Rajasthan Royals1610600200.3224Sunrisers Hyderabad1610600200.0035Royal Challengers Bangalore169700180.4576Punjab Kings168800160.2267Kolkata Knight Riders166100012-0.0958Pune Warriors India16412008-1.0069Delhi Capitals16313006-0.848

IPL Points Table (2012)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPtsNet RR1Delhi Capitals1611500220.6172Kolkata Knight Riders1610501210.5613Mumbai Indians161060020-0.14Chennai Super Kings168701170.15Royal Challengers Bangalore16870117-0.0226Punjab Kings16880016-0.2167Rajasthan Royals167900140.2018Deccan Chargers16411019-0.5099Pune Warriors India16412008-0.551

IPL Points Table (2011)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPtsNet RR1Royal Challengers Bangalore149401190.3262Chennai Super Kings149500180.4433Mumbai Indians149500180.044Kolkata Knight Riders148600160.4335Punjab Kings14770014-0.0516Rajasthan Royals14670113-0.6917Deccan Chargers146800120.2228Kochi Tuskers Kerala14680012-0.2149Pune Warriors India1449019-0.13410Delhi Capitals1449019-0.448

IPL Points Table (2010)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Mumbai Indians1410400201.0842Deccan Chargers14860016-0.2973Chennai Super Kings147700140.2744Royal Challengers Bangalore147700140.2195Delhi Capitals147700140.0216Kolkata Knight Riders14770014-0.3417Rajasthan Royals14680012-0.5148Punjab Kings14410008-0.478

IPL Points Table (2009)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Rajasthan Royals1411300220.6322Punjab Kings1410400200.5093Chennai Super Kings14860016-0.1924Delhi Capitals147601150.3425Mumbai Indians147700140.576Kolkata Knight Riders14670113-0.1477Royal Challengers Bangalore14410008-1.168Deccan Chargers14212004-0.467

IPL Points Table (2008)

PosTeamPlayedWonLostTiedN/RPointsNet RR1Rajasthan Royals1411300220.6322Punjab Kings1410400200.5093Chennai Super Kings14860016-0.1924Delhi Capitals147601150.3425Mumbai Indians147700140.576Kolkata Knight Riders14670113-0.1477Royal Challengers Bangalore14410008-1.168Deccan Chargers14212004-0.467

[Update] What is the LPL and LCK? | lpl standing – Vietnamnhanvan

Representing the two largest competitive regions in Asia, the LoL Pro League (LPL) and LoL Champions Korea (LCK) have an extensive history in shaping the game at the top level. Read on to find out more.

Since its release in 2009, League of Legends (LoL) has trail blazed a path forward for the esports industry and set an incredibly high bar for other competitive titles to aspire to. Very few games can match the global following the game has garnered with 10 of millions watching the title’s biggest yearly tournament: the LoL World Championships.

Out of the nine iterations of the tournament, eight of the winners have been teams from Asia. One of those was Taiwan’s Taipei Assassins (TPA) while the rest have come from China’s LoL Pro League (LPL) and South Korea’s LoL Champions Korea (LCK). The only other World champion was Fnatic who won in Season 1 before Korea even had their own server.

The LCK and LPL are two of the most successful leagues of all time and are still going strong to this day. Both have relatively similar formats to North America’s LoL Championship Series (LCS) and Europe’s LoL European Championship (LEC) but one major difference is that teams play best-of-three (Bo3) series during the regular season rather than best-of-ones (Bo1s).

What is the LCK?

There was never any doubt of the extremely high potential within the Korean player base but not many could have expected quite the level of dominance that would emerge from the region.

Korea’s server launched at the end of 2011 and by March the following year, broadcasters OnGameNet (OGN) created the country’s first major LoL tournament: The Champions which later (2015) would become the LCK. Summer Split champions Azubu Frost would reach the Worlds final later that year only to fall to TPA.

SKT, now known as T1 are the first and only team to achieve three World Championship titles in League of Legends led by prodigy mid-laner “Faker”.

But from there, Worlds became Korean territory with a spectacular five-year streak of Korean teams being crowned world champion. The first to do so was SK Telecom T1 (SKT) which is now considered the most iconic organisation in LoL history while its star mid-laner and long-term servant Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok is considered the greatest player of all time.

In 2014, it was the era of the Samsung teams as Samsung White defeated their sister team Samsung Blue in the semi-finals before dominating the final in-front of a home Korean crowd to lift the Summoner’s Cup.

But from there, SKT returned to their best and went on to win the next two World Championships. No team since has managed to win consecutive Worlds title nor match SKT’s total tally of three Summoner’s Cups. In fact, no other team has won it twice.

Both of those triumphs came in all-Korean finals with Koo Tigers and Samsung Galaxy the opponents. It became abundantly clear that South Korea was on a different level to the rest of the world and SKT was, perhaps, on a different planet.

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The next Worlds final (2017) would be yet another all-Korean affair with SKT once again present as were Samsung Galaxy. However, this time the result was different. Samsung ended the reign of SKT and did so in style with a convincing 3-0 victory after pushing SKT to five-games a year prior. It was the end of an era. As Faker was bent over in tears, for the first time fans had confirmation he was human after all.

That was a giant turning point in LoL esports as next year, the unthinkable happened. The LCK’s teams collapsed. Gen.G, the rebrand of Samsung, failed to make it out of the groups while KT Rolster and Afreeca Freecs lost in the quarter-finals with the latter being shockingly knocked out by North America’s Cloud9.

The idea of a Korean team not even making the Worlds final, let alone winning the whole thing was unthinkable just a few years ago but that is the current reality.

As LoL became a more fast-paced game with the meta encouraging fighting rather than disciplined, controlled gameplay, Korean teams have struggled. At Worlds last year, SKT returned and put in a strong performance but wasn’t able to reach the final after losing to Europe’s G2 Esports in the semi-finals.

The LCK is in a state of change. Last year, teams like Griffin and DAMWON Gaming showed that a new generation of Korean talent is coming through an all new style. But more importantly, from 2021 onwards the LCK will be franchised like the rest of Riot’s other major leagues (LCS, LEC and LPL) with no relegation which will likely have a major financial impact on Korea’s esports ecosystem.

What is the LPL?

The LPL has been running since 2013 and has produced many legendary teams. The league started with the same format as the LEC and LCS with Bo1s during the regular season but the league was smaller at that time with just eight teams. Since then, the LPL has doubled in size.

The league format finally saw change four-years later in 2017. Taking a page out of the EU LCS’ book at the time, the LPL split its teams into two separate groups following an expansion to 12 competing organisations. By this point the league had switched to playing Bo3s during the regular season but there were bigger changes ahead.

For the 2017 Summer Split, the LPL became the first of Riot Games’ leagues to adopt a franchising model and remove relegation. All 12 teams already in the league had their LPL spots guaranteed but plans were put in place to expand to 14 the following year and potentially 20 in the future. So far, the league has reached a total of 17 squads who all competed in the 2020 Spring Split.

Since franchising the league, six teams have built home venues to host their own games while the rest use an arena in Shanghai to compete.

As for in-game, LPL teams have historically been extremely strong with the likes of OMG, Edward Gaming (EDG) and Star Horn Royal Club (now known as Royal Never Give Up aka RNG) all doing well early on. In fact, the latter reached the Worlds final in both 2013 and 2014 but fell at the final hurdle on both occasions.

After struggling to overcome South Korea internationally, at the end of 2014 many Chinese organisations began to tempt away some of the LCK’s best players with the extravagant contracts, huge fanbases and competitive rosters too tempting to turn down – with so many players jumping ship, that the community began to speak of the Korean Exodus.

Part of that exodus was the entirety of the Samsung White roster who had just lifted the Summoner’s Cup after thrashing RNG 3-0 in the 2014 Worlds final. Yet, the LPL teams still failed to take down their LCK counterparts for a number of years.

The league’s wait for an international trophy finally came to an end in 2018. RNG and one of the greatest ADC’s of all time in Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao defeated Korea’s Kingzone DragonX to win the Mid Season Invitational but it the Worlds trophy that LPL teams had their eyes on. RNG, despite being favourites at the tournament, fell short at Worlds again after a surprising loss to G2 in the quarter-finals.

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However, China’s second-seed Invictus Gaming (IG) remained in the tournament and managed to go all the way, becoming the first team outside of Korea to lift the Summoner’s Cup in five years. The team was spearheaded by Korean duo Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok and Song “Rookie” Eui-jin, the latter of whom had joined IG four years prior during the exodus.

China was finally the strongest LoL region in the world and still is at the time of writing. While IG failed to defend their Worlds title at the 2019 edition of the tournament, FunPlus Phoenix stepped up in the organisation’s first-ever international tournament to lift the trophy and declare to the world that South Korea had officially been dethroned.


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