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Stats Analysis

Stats - Royals' biggest IPL defeat, and Knight Riders' biggest win since 2008

It was the sixth time Knight Riders bowled out their opposition for a sub-100 total

86 - Margin of Rajasthan Royals' defeat in terms of runs, their worst loss in the IPL. Their previous biggest loss was by 75 runs against Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2009 while chasing 134.
2 - The 86-run margin is also the second-biggest win in terms of runs for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. Their biggest win came against Royal Challengers on the opening night of the IPL in 2008.
175 - Total runs scored by Royals across their last two matches, the lowest by any team across two completed innings in the IPL. The previous lowest was 183 runs by Kochi Tuskers Kerala, who made 109 and 74 in successive games in 2011, while Royal Challengers also aggregated 183 runs in 2017 when they recorded totals of 49 all out and 134 all out.
35 - Royals' total at the fall of the seventh wicket in this game, the lowest a team scored before losing their seventh wicket in an IPL innings. Royal Challengers' 42 runs was the previous lowest for a team at the fall of the seventh wicket in IPL, when they folded for 49 in 2017, also against Knight Riders.
6 - Instances of Knight Riders bowling out an opponent for a sub-100 total in the IPL, the joint-most for any team. Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers have also had their opponents bowled out under 100 in the IPL on six occasions each.
1 - Royals' 85 is their third-lowest total in the IPL and the lowest by any team in Sharjah. Royals' 90 for 9 against Mumbai on Tuesday was the previous lowest IPL total at the venue.
51.76 - Percentage of Royals' total scored by Rahul Tewatia, the highest proportion of a team's total scored by a player at No. 7 or lower in the IPL in a completed innings. The previous highest was 50.40% by MS Dhoni, scoring 63 runs out of the total 125 for Chennai Super Kings in the 2013 final against Mumbai.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo