Records Virat Kohli can break in IPL 2020Last updated on Aug 01, 2020, 04:45 pm
Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli will want to make things count in the upcoming 13th edition of the Indian Premier League.
The IPL 2020 season is likely to start in September in the UAE after getting delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 31-year-old, who is the leading run-scorer in the competition, will be aiming for several records.
We present the same.
Kohli 10 maximums away from registering the mark of 200
Kohli has 190 career IPL sixes and is sixth on the list.
The right-handed batsman needs 10 more maximums to reach the mark of 200.
Chris Gayle (326), AB de Villiers (212) and MS Dhoni (209) are the three batsmen to have hit 200-plus sixes.
Alongside Kohli, the likes of Suresh Raina and Rohit Sharma (194 each) are also aiming to script this milestone.
Kohli could be the first batsman to surpass 6,000 runs
The RCB batsman has amassed 5,412 runs in 177 matches so far at an average of 37.84. Kohli needs another 588 runs to reach the 6,000-run mark. He has scored 500-plus runs on five occasions in the IPL so far.
50s, 100s: Kohli aiming to hit these milestones
Kohli has the joint-fourth highest number of fifties in the cash-rich T20 competition (36).
Kohli alongside Raina (38) and Shikhar Dhawan (37) are aiming to get past the mark of 40 fifties.
David Warner is the lone batsman with 40-plus fifties (44).
Kohli has the second-highest number of centuries (5).
He needs two more to get past Chris Gayle's tally (6).
Kohli aiming to get past 500 fours in IPL
Kohli has hit 480 career fours in the IPL (4th-highest).
He needs 12 more to get past former KKR skipper Gautam Gambhir (491).
The RCB stalwart needs 20 in total to register 500 fours in the IPL.
Shikhar Dhawan is the only batsman with 500-plus fours (524).
Alongside Kohli, Suresh Raina is also in the line to reach this landmark (493).
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Kohli could become the fourth skipper to achieve this record
Kohli has won 49 matches as skipper in the IPL for RCB. He is one win away from becoming the fourth captain to seal 50 or more wins in the competition. MS Dhoni (104), Gambhir (71) and Rohit (60) are above Kohli on this list.