Bangalore: After 28 matches in IPL 2011, only Mumbai Indians have been dominant, winning five of their six games. All the other teams have been more or less evenly balanced and the top four spots could eventually be decided based on the net run-rate. As IPL 2011 moves into its third week, here is a look at a few interesting numbers and stats from this edition and previous seasons.
1.25 - The win-loss ratio of teams winning the toss. This is second only to the win-loss ratio of 1.43 in IPL 2009. IPL 2008 was not so lucky for teams winning the toss. They won 28 and lost 30 games (W/L ratio 0.93). The overall W/L ratio for teams winning the toss across all seasons is 1.15.
2 - Paul Valthaty and Yuvraj Singh are the only players to achieve the feat of making a fifty-plus score and picking up four or more wickets in the same match. Both instances came in this edition of the IPL. Valthaty scored 75 and picked up 4 for 29 against Deccan while Yuvraj scored an unbeaten 66 and picked up 4 for 29 against Delhi.