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IPL 2017: List of Top 10 longest sixes in this season of the Indian Premier League

In total, 285 sixes (as on Match 22) have already been hit in the campaign.

IPL 2017: List of Top 10 longest sixes in this season of the Indian Premier League

New Dehi: The Indian Premier League is widely considered as the best cricket league around the globe, not just because of the quality of players it featured but also for the number of eyeballs it pulls on a consistent basis.

The 2017 season has been no different, as batters have been dominating the tournament thus far, amassing 200-plus totals on a consistent basis.

In total, 285 sixes (as on Match 22) have already been hit in the campaign, with MS Dhoni leading the charts as far as the longest six of the tournament is concerned.

WATCH: MS Dhoni's longest six in IPL 2017 lands on roof of Chinnaswamy Stadium

The RPS wicket-keeper batsman had hit a 105 meter six against Royal Challengers Bangalore spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

Chris Gayle, Chris Morris and AB de Villiers aren't too behind with distance of 103, 102 and 102 respectively. While, Kings XI Punjab's Hashim Amla was the latest to be included in the list with a hit of 97 meters against Mumbai Indians' Lasith Malinga.

WATCH: Centurion Hashim Amla smashes Lasith Malinga for an 'out of the stadium' six

Here's the full list:-

S.No. Batsman Team Distance(in m) Against
1 M S Dhoni RPS 105 RCB
2 Chris Gayle RCB 103 SRH
3 Chris Moris DD 102 RPS
4 AB de Villiers RCB 102 KXIP
5 Dwayne Smith GL 98 RPS
6 AB de Villiers RCB 97 KXIP
7 Hasim Amla KXIP 97 MI
8 Chris Lynn KKR 95 GL
9 Chris Lynn KKR 86 GL
10 Brendon McCullum GL 85 KKR

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IPL 2017 Points Table

Teams MP Won Lost Pts
MI 14 10 4 20
RPS 14 9 5 18
SRH 14 8 5 17
KKR 14 8 5 16
KXIP 14 7 7 14
DD 14 6 8 12
GL 14 4 10 8
RCB 14 3 10 7

ORANGE CAP

1 David Warner
SRH
641
Runs
2 Gautam Gambhir
KKR | 498 Runs
3 Shikhar Dhawan
SRH | 479 Runs

PURPLE CAP

1 Bhuvneshwar Kumar
SRH
26 Wickets
2 Jaydev Unadkat
RPS | 24 Wickets
3 Jasprit Bumrah
MI | 20 Wickets