IPL records: The Best Indian Jodi in the IPL History

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Highest partnership in IPL by Indian players – The ‘Partnerships’ have been the key to success for any team in the world. In whichever format the players might play, the batsmen must have a healthy partnership to ensure that the team is in a good position. In the Indian Premier League too, the partnerships have been the key to success for all the IPL teams.

highest partnership in ipl by indian players

Although IPL T20 franchises are owned by Indians, a lot of foreign players also form part of the game. However, during the IPL matches, a maximum of 4 foreign players can be selected in the playing eleven of a team.

Highest partnership in IPL by Indian players – IPL best partnership

Today, in this article we will let our IPL fans know about the top 5 partnerships held between the Indian players. There are 5 Indian Jodi’s who made the highest number of runs in an IPL match.

Robin Uthappa and Gautam Gambhir – 158 runsRobin Uthappa and Gautham Gambhir

This segment will start with the Robin Uthappa and Gautam Gambhir jodi. This duo shared the biggest partnership in IPL history. Robin and Gautam together scored 158 runs against Rising Pune Supergiant when they played for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2017 season.

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Manish Pandey and Robin Uthappa – 145 not outManish Pandey and Robin Uthappa

Manish Pandey paired with Robin Uthappa – This Jodi is second in this list. Robin and Manish shared an unbeaten record of 145 runs. This partnership was for the third wicket in IPL 2012 season and that match was played against Delhi Daredevils while Robin and Manish played for Pune Warriors India.

Highest partnership in IPL by Indian players

Sanju Samson and Rishabh Pant – 143 runsSanju Samson and Rishabh Pant

The young guns of India have shared the third-highest stand of Delhi Capitals. Sanju Samson and Rishabh Pant are featured on the third position in this list. Sanju and Pant shared a partnership of 143 runs for the second wicket when they played the match against Gujarat Lions. They achieved this feat when they played in the IPL 2017 season.

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Suresh Raina and S Badrinath – 142 not outSuresh Raina and S Badrinath

Suresh Raina and S Badrinath have been the main middle-order batsmen of the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. In this list, this pair comes at the fourth position. Raina and Badrinath added an unbeaten 142 for the third wicket. This feat was achieved when the two middle-order pillars played their match against Mumbai Indians. This record was set in the year of 2010 when CSK won the IPL title for the very first time.

Highest partnership in IPL by Indian players

Murali Vijay and Suresh Raina – 137 not outMurali Vijay and Suresh Raina

The duo, Murali Vijay and Suresh Raina have been very successful batsmen for the Chennai Super Kings, a combination of the opening batsman and the middle-order batsman. In this list, they are placed in the fifth position. Raina and Vijay have shared an unbeaten 137 run partnership for the second wicket. This huge stand had come against Kolkata Knight Riders in the season IPL 2010, where CSK won their first title in the IPL.

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