IPL 2019: Match 23, Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders – Statistical Preview
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game big clash between CSK and KKR in Chennai.
Updated - Apr 9, 2019 10:56 am
The Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders have been consistent this tournament having won four matches each out of the five they played. CSK have been invincible at home this season like they have been in the past. They have won all the three matches they played at the Chepauk and would be looking to make it four in four. The KKR team got their first three wins with the help of Andre Russell’s brutal knocks before they schooled Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur with both bat and ball.
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game big clash between CSK and KKR in Chennai:
1 – The Chennai Super Kings have lost only of their last 16 matches in the IPL at the Chepauk. Mumbai Indians, during the 2015 season, are the only team to defeat CSK in the 16 IPL matches hosted by Chennai.
6-2 – Chennai Super Kings’ win-loss record against Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL at the Chepauk. The Knight Riders defeated Super Kings twice in 2012 edition but lost in six meetings at this venue in remaining editions.
50.88 – MS Dhoni’s batting strike-rate in the IPL against Sunil Narine. Dhoni scored 29 runs from 57 deliveries against Narine including 29 dot balls. Narine conceded only one boundary to Dhoni in the IPL but never dismissed him.
90 – Suresh Raina has scored 90 runs in the IPL against Sunil Narine from 66 deliveries. Raina struck 5 fours and four sixes against Narine and got out once during the last season’s game in Chepauk.
150 – The game between CSK and KKR will be the 150th appearance in the IPL for Piyush Chawla. The leg-spinner has claimed 143 wickets in the IPL thus far.
194.78 – Andre Russell has a batting strike-rate of 194.78 in the Twenty20 format against the Chennai Super Kings. In the seven T20 innings against CSK, Russell scored 224 runs at an average of 56 with help of three fifties. In the IPL, the Caribbean all-rounder scored 164 runs from five innings at 54.66 against CSK with two fifties.
527 – Robin Uthappa is one of the four players to aggregate 500+ IPL runs against the Chennai Super Kings. He scored 527 runs from 18 innings at an average of 35.13 with three fifties.
746 – Suresh Raina’s 746 runs in the IPL against the Kolkata Knight Riders are bettered by only David Warner (762) and Rohit Sharma (757). Raina scored those runs across 20 innings at an average of 43.88 with help of seven fifties.