Indian Premier League 2012 Orange and Purple Cap



In this big event which is known worldwide as Indian Premier League for its huge success, massive profits and high biddings for the players, the chief executive of IPL has introduced a distinction line between highest scorer and wicket taker in tournament by providing them an honor in form of orange cap for highest run scorer and purple cap for highest wicket taker.


Player with high score and wicket taking is wearing their respective cap throughout the game so that everyone can easily recognize them as a super bowler or super batter. This not only gives them honor but also pride that they put their bestess efforts to their team and known worldwide.

The main theme of this innovative idea is to keep on to be in competition, break the previous records by creating your own fantastic piece of history which rules the IPL tournament over other big events in the world, and to concede exceptional presentation by the batters and bowlers to make apart from others.

Sometimes it is the very nail biting matter when it comes to awarding these caps to their respective marker. It is the most competitive obsession in Indian Premier League, it is the battle among players to achieve the orange and purple cap.

Chris Gayle (RCB)
Chris Gayle (RCB)

Runs (733) Avg (61.08) SR (160.74)

Gautam Gambhir (KKR)
Gautam Gambhir (KKR)

Runs (588) Avg (39.20) SR (144.47)

Shikhar Dhawan (DC)
Shikhar Dhawan (DC)

Runs (569) Avg (40.64) SR (129.61)

Morne Morkel (DD)
Morne Morkel (DD)

Wickets(25) Avg(16.64) Econ(7.05)

Sunil Narine (KKR)
Sunil Narine (KKR)

Wickets(24) Avg(11.95) Econ(5.14)

Lasith Malinga (MI)

Wickets(22) Avg(14.04) Econ(6.00)

Chris Gayle (RCB)

Runs (557) Avg(46.41) SR(121.08)

Virat Kohli (RCB)

Runs (608) Avg(67.55) SR(183.13)

Sachin Tendulkar (MI)

Runs (553) Avg(42.53) SR(113.31)

Lasith Malinga (MI)

Wickets(28) Avg(13.39) Econ(5.95)

Munaf Patel (MI)

Wickets(22) Avg(16.27) Econ(6.58)

Sreenath Aravind (RCB)

Wickets(21) Avg(17.52) Econ(8.00)