CSK vs RCB Head to Head | RCB vs CSK H2H Stats & Records in IPL

CSK vs RCB Head to Head record in IPL history

In the UAE leg of IPK 2021, CSK and RCB will battle it out in Sharjah.

Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni backup IPL captains
Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Chennai Super Kings are one of the most successful teams in Indian Premier League (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. In the UAE leg of IPL 2021, the two powerhouses will lock horns at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah on September 24. As fans await for the high-voltage encounter, 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 27 IPL games so far in which the former has been a more dominating team. CSK have won 17 of those while RCB have been successful in winning 9 games with 1 match ending in a no-result. MS Dhoni’s walked away with a comfortable 69-run triumph when these two sides met earlier this season.

For the unversed, CSK and RCB have locked horns twice in UAE so far and walked away with one victory apiece. Both games took place in IPL 2020. While the Virat Kohli-led side emerged victorious by 37 runs in their first meeting in Dubai, the Men in Yellow defeated them by eight wickets in the reverse fixture to settle the scores.

Matches Played CSK Won RCB Won Tie No Result
27 17 9 0 1

Top Performers:

Among the batsmen, Virat Kohli (909 runs) and MS Dhoni (737 runs) are the top performers in the T20 matches held between CSK and RCB. As far as the stand-out bowlers are concerned, former South African all-rounder leads the table with 16 wickets. He is followed by Vinay Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja who have 15 wickets apiece.

Last Match Result:

As mentioned above, CSK got the better of RCB when these two sides crossed swords in the first half of IPL 2021. The clash took place at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai and CSK opted to bat first after winning the toss. The decision proved to be spot on as Chennai’s top order delivered. While Faf du Plessis scored a fifty, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Suresh Raina chipped in with crucial contributions. However, the cherry on the cake was added by Ravindra Jadeja.

The dasher wreaked havoc in the death overs and scored 62 off mere 28 deliveries. Jadeja tormented RCB will the ball as well, taking a three-wicket haul. RCB succumbed to the one-man show and were restricted to 122/9, losing the contest by 69 runs. While CSK would like to beat RCB again in the upcoming contest, Virat Kohli’s men will fight to settle the scores.

Date Winner Won by Venue
25 April 2021 Chennai Super Kings 69 runs Mumbai
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