CSK vs RCB Head to Head record in IPL history
This year CSK and RCB will play against each other in Mumbai and Kolkata.
Updated - Apr 6, 2021 11:39 am
Chennai Super Kings are one of the most successful teams in IPL history. They have won the title three times in 2010, 2011 and 2018. On the other hand, Royal Challengers Bangalore are yet to win a trophy in the cash-rich league. They reached the finals three times in 2009, 2011 and 2016 but failed to cross the last hurdle. This year CSK and RCB will play against each other at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai and Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Let’s look at the head-to-head record of CSK and RCB in IPL along with top performers and other important stats.
Head to Head record:
CSK and RCB have clashed in 26 IPL games so far in which the former has been a more dominating team. CSK have won 16 of those while RCB have been successful in winning 9 games with 1 match ending in a no-result. In the last 2 IPL seasons, both the teams won one game each when they clashed two times in a particular season.
Both the sides have played only one game against each other at the Wankhede Stadium, the venue for their first clash this season. It was in the qualifier of IPL 2011 where CSK got the better of RCB, winning the match by 6 wickets. Virat Kohli (70 runs) and Suresh Raina (73* runs) were the highest run-getters in that match. Both teams are yet to play at Eden Gardens against each other.
|Matches Played||CSK Won||RCB Won||Tie||No Result|
Among the batsmen, Virat Kohli (901 runs) and MS Dhoni (735 runs) are the top performers in the T20 matches held between CSK and RCB. Dwayne Bravo, Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja have done well with the ball when these sides played.
Last season results:
Last year RCB defeated CSK on the back of a brilliant knock played by Virat Kohli. The prolific batsman hit 90 runs off 52 balls to power the team total to 169/4 in the first innings. CSK could manage only 132/8 in the chase losing the clash by 37 runs. Washington Sundar picked up 2 wickets for 16 runs in his 3 overs.
In the second game, CSK registered a victory by 8 wickets chasing a total of 147 runs in 18.2 overs. Ruturaj Gaikwad impressed everyone with his maiden fifty scoring 65 runs off 51 balls. For RCB, skipper Virat Kohli hit 50 runs off 43 balls. Sam Curran (3/19) and Deepak Chahar (2/19) also played a vital role in the team’s victory.
|25 October 2020||Chennai Super Kings||8 Wickets||Dubai|
|10 October 2020||Royal Challengers Bangalore||37 Runs||Dubai|
|21 April 2019||Royal Challengers Bangalore||1 Run||Bengaluru|
|23 March 2019||Chennai Super Kings||7 Wickets||Chennai|
|5 May 2018||Chennai Super Kings||6 Wickets||Pune|
|25 April 2018||Chennai Super Kings||5 Wickets||Bengaluru|
|22 May 2015||Chennai Super Kings||3 Wickets||Ranchi|
|4 May 2015||Chennai Super Kings||24 Runs||Chennai|
|22 April 2015||Chennai Super Kings||27 Runs||Bengaluru|
|24 May 2014||Chennai Super Kings||8 Wickets||Bengaluru|
|18 May 2014||Royal Challengers Bangalore||5 Wickets||Ranchi|
|18 May 2013||Royal Challengers Bangalore||24 Runs||Bengaluru|
|13 April 2013||Chennai Super Kings||4 Wickets||Chennai|
|25 April 2012||No Result||No Result||Bengaluru|
|12 April 2012||Chennai Super Kings||5 Wickets||Chennai|
|28 May 2011||Chennai Super Kings||58 Runs||Chennai|
|24 May 2011||Chennai Super Kings||6 Wickets||Mumbai|
|22 May 2011||Royal Challengers Bangalore||8 Wickets||Bengaluru|
|16 April 2011||Chennai Super Kings||21 Runs||Chennai|
|24 September 2010||Chennai Super Kings||52 Runs||Durban|
|31 March 2010||Chennai Super Kings||5 Wickets||Chennai|
|23 March 2010||Royal Challengers Bangalore||36 Runs||Bengaluru|
|23 May 2009||Royal Challengers Bangalore||6 Wickets||Johannesburg|
|14 May 2009||Royal Challengers Bangalore||2 Wickets||Durban|
|20 April 2009||Chennai Super Kings||92 Runs||Port Elizabeth|
|21 May 2008||Royal Challengers Bangalore||14 Runs||Chennai|
|28 April 2008||Chennai Super Kings||13 Runs||Bengaluru|