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Stats Analysis

Stats - A rare defeat for Titans in a chase

Numbers from Capitals' record comeback for a narrow five-run win over Titans in Ahmedabad

2 - Instances of a team winning an IPL match despite losing five or more wickets inside the powerplay, including Delhi Capitals' 23 for 5 on Tuesday. They were five down by the end of the fifth over. Royal Challengers Bangalore chased down 159 against Gujarat Lions in 2016, despite losing five wickets in 5.3 overs.
23 - Capitals' total when they lost their fifth wicket, the lowest from which a team has won an IPL match. The previous lowest was 29 runs by RCB against Lions in the Qualifier in 2016.
2 out of 14 chases by Gujarat Titans in the IPL have ended up on the losing side. Their previous unsuccessful chase was against Mumbai Indians last year, when they lost by five runs in pursuit of 178.
21 - Runs scored by Capitals' top five batters. It is the second-lowest aggregate by the top five for a winning team in the IPL, behind the 16 runs by by Mumbai against RCB in 2017.
130 for 8 - Capitals' total in Ahmedabad is the lowest they have defended in the IPL. Their previous lowest was 144 for 9 against Sunrisers Hyderabad last week. Capitals had never won while defending a total of less than 150 prior to this season.
4 for 7 - Mohammed Shami's bowling figures in the powerplay, the second-best for any bowler in the IPL. Ishant Sharma had five wickets for 12 runs in his first three overs against Kochi Tuskers Kerala in 2011. Shami is now one of the seven bowlers with a haul of four or more wickets in the powerplay in the IPL, while Ishant is still the only bowler with a five-for.
200 - David Miller's batting average for Titans while chasing prior to his duck against Capitals. Before this match, Miller had scored 400 runs across 12 chases for Titans at a 152.67 strike rate while being dismissed only twice. In fact, Miller scored 253 runs in his previous eight chases without being dismissed.
3.71 - Win probability for Titans as per ESPNcricinfo's forecaster when they needed 30 from nine balls. Rahul Tewatia's hat-trick of sixes shot up the probability to 7.96, 21.40 and 82.26 respectively.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo