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Stats - Sunrisers Hyderabad break their own record for highest-ever IPL total

Their 287 for 3 was also the second highest in all men's T20 cricket, and included the most sixes in an IPL innings

Sunrisers Hyderabad piled up a record-breaking 287 for 3, Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, IPL 2024, Bengaluru, April 15, 2024

Sunrisers Hyderabad piled up a record-breaking 287 for 3  •  BCCI

287 for 3 - Sunrisers Hyderabad's total against Royal Challengers Bengaluru is the highest in the history of the IPL, bettering the 277 for 3 they posted against Mumbai Indians three weeks ago.
1 - Number of men's T20 totals higher than Sunrisers' 287 for 3. The only one higher is 314 for 3 by Nepal against Mongolia in the Asian Games.
549 - Runs scored by Sunrisers and Royal Challengers on Monday at the Chinnaswamy Stadium - the most for any T20 match. The previous highest match aggregate for a T20 game was 523 runs between Sunrisers and Mumbai Indians earlier this season in Hyderabad.
22 - Sixes hit by the Sunrisers' batters against RCB are the most by any team in an innings in the IPL. They broke the record held by Royal Challengers for their 21 sixes against Pune Warriors in 2013, also in Bengaluru.
38 - Sixes hit in Bengaluru - the joint-most in any T20 match, equalling the record set by Sunrisers and Mumbai during their face-off in Hyderabad earlier this season.
81 - Boundaries hit by both teams on Monday, also the joint-most for a T20 match, equalling the record held by South Africa and West Indies in Centurion in 2023.
262 for 7 - Royal Challengers' total against Sunrisers is now the highest in a losing cause by any team in T20 cricket. The previous highest was 258 for 5 by West Indies against South Africa in Centurion in 2023.
39 - Balls Travis Head needed for his hundred is the fourth-fastest in the history of the IPL. Chris Gayle's 30-ball century at the same venue in 2013 against Pune Warriors is the fastest-ever.
The 39-ball ton by Head is also the fastest for Sunrisers, bettering David Warner's 43-ball effort against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2017.
1 - Sunrisers became the first team with multiple 250-plus totals in the IPL, before RCB became the second during the course of their innings. Surrey (3), Yorkshire (2), Czech Republic (2) and Somerset (2) are the other teams with multiple 250-plus totals in all T20s.
4 - All four pace bowlers of RCB conceded 50-plus runs in Sunrisers' innings - Reece Topley (68), Yash Dayal (51), Lockie Ferguson (52) and Vijaykumar Vyshak (64). It is the first-ever instance of four players conceding 50-plus runs in the same innings in men's T20 cricket. In the IPL, before this game, no more than two bowlers had conceded 50-plus runs in the same innings.
4 - Four fifty-plus partnerships in Sunrisers' innings, including a century opening stand. It is only the second instance of four fifty-plus partnerships in a T20 innings. Kolkata Knight Riders had 50-plus stands for each of their first four wickets on the opening night of the IPL in 2008, also against RCB in Bengaluru.
7 - Number of fifty-plus partnerships in total on Monday in Bengaluru. No T20 match had had more than five 50-plus stands previously.
13 - Hundreds conceded by RCB in the IPL - the most by any team, going one ahead of Mumbai Indians (12). The Bengaluru franchise now has conceded 15 T20 hundreds, the joint-most in the format, alongside Kent and Northamptonshire.
76 - Runs by Sunrisers in the powerplay on Monday is their third-highest of this IPL alone, behind the 81 against Mumbai Indians and 77 against Chennai Super Kings. They are now the first team with three powerplay totals of 75-plus runs in the same IPL season.
14.6 - Overs needed for Sunrisers to reach the 200-run mark. It is the third-quickest team 200 in the IPL. Sunrisers needed 14.4 overs to reach 200 in their match against Mumbai Indians earlier this season. However, the fastest is off 14.1 overs by RCB in a 15-over game in 2016 against Kings XI Punjab, also in Bengaluru.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo