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Highest score in IPL: Top 6 highest team totals in the IPL ft. SRH vs MI

Highest score in IPL: Top 6 highest team totals in the IPL ft. SRH vs MI: The 2024 edition is the 17th of the Indian Premier League (IPL). This league has grown tremendously and the fans base of all the franchises has reached another level. The T20 superstars across the globe look forward to competing in this league and in front of the passionate fans.

Highest score in IPL: Top 6 highest team totals in the IPL ft. SRH vs MI
Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head hit quickfire fifties against MI (Image Courtesy:

We all can agree that the game has been slipping in favor of the batters in the past few years. The shorter boundaries and the fielding restrictions have helped their cause. There is no place to hide if you are a bowler. If you miss your mark, you are destined to go on a journey.

We have seen plenty of batting records being broken in the last few seasons. The batters generally enjoy playing on placid surfaces in India and the records suggest the same. Here is a look at the top six highest team totals in the IPL.

List of Top 6 highest team totals in the IPL ft. SRH vs MI | Highest score in IPL

#6 – 246/5 MI vs SRH, Hyderabad in 2024

The eighth match of the Indian Premier League 2024 was played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. The Sunrisers Hyderabad were asked to bat first and their batters went berserk and posted a mammoth 277 on the board for the loss of three wickets.

In reply, the Mumbai Indians’ batters tried hard but fell short by 31 runs. Tilak Varma top-scored with a 34-ball 64 as they finished their innings on 246/5 which took them to the sixth highest team total in the history of IPL.

#5 – 246/5 by CSK vs RR, Chennai in 2010

In the 32nd match of the IPL 2010 held at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, Murali Vijay displayed a T20 batting masterclass. Opening the batting for the Chennai Super Kings, he absolutely smashed the Rajasthan Royals’ bowlers and hit a century.

Vijay’s 56-ball 127 followed by Albie Morkel’s sensational cameo of 62 off 34 balls powered CSK to 246/5 at the end of their 20 overs. Their bowlers then stepped up and restricted the RR to 223/5 to win the game by 23 runs.

#4 – 248/3 by RCB vs GL, Bengaluru in 2016

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru is one of the high-scoring venues in India. The fans in Bengaluru were treated to a masterclass from two modern-day greats in the 44th match of the IPL 2026. RCB lost Chris Gayle early in the innings and Virat Kohli was joined by AB de Villiers.

Kohli and de Villiers went berserk as they notched up hundreds and batted the Gujarat Lions out of the game. Kohli (109) and de Villiers (129*) helped RCB to get to 248/3 which they defended comfortably and won by a big margin of 144 runs.

#3 – 257/5 by LSG vs PBKS, Mohali in 2023

The Punjab Kings were hosting the Lucknow Super Giants in the 38th match of IPL 2023. The Kings opted to bowl first and it backfired as the LSG’s batters came out all guns blazing. Kyle Mayers (54) and Ayush Badoni (43) laid a solid platform.

Marcus Stoinis (72) and Nicholas Pooran (45) hit boundaries for fun as their knocks took the Super Giants to 257/5. Then they knocked over the Kings on 201 in 19.5 overs to win the game by 56 runs.

#2 – 263/5 by RCB vs PWI, Bengaluru in 2013

Chris Gayle, the Universe Boss, showed his prowess in the white-ball cricket when he lit up M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru with his strokeplay. Opening the batting against the Pune Warriors in the 31st match of IPL 2023, he went berserk.

Gayle hit 13 boundaries and 17 maximums to scored an unbeaten 175 off just 66 balls which helped the Royal Challengers Bangalore get 263 on the board for the loss of five wickets. This still remains one of the greatest knocks in the history of the competition.

#1 – 277/3 by SRH vs MI, Hyderabad in 2024

The eighth match of the IPL 2024 was the first home game of the Sunrisers Hyderabad. It was a high-scoring affair and they beat the Mumbai Indians by 31 runs. Over 500 runs were scored in the game, the most in a T20s.

On the back of outstanding fifties from Travis Head (62), Abhishek Sharma (63) and Heinrich Klaasen (80*), the Sunrisers Hyderabad posted a mammoth 277 on the board for the loss of three wickets. It was a run-fest and they restricted MI to 246/5 to win the game by 31 runs.

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