IPL head to head: CSK v MI (and others)

Chennai Super Kings (CSK):

CSK Played Won Lost NR
vs DC 23 15 8 0
vs KXIP 24 15 9 0
vs KKR 24 15 9 0
vs MI 32 13 19 0
vs RR 24 14 10 0
vs RCB 27 17 9 1
vs SRH 15 11 4 0

Last update: 1 November 2020

CSK have the better IPL head to head record against every team except MI, who lead 19 to 13 in 32 meetings (including the Champions League T20, in which competition these teams have met twice and won a match apiece). Mumbai hold a 3-1 edge over Chennai in IPL finals. MI vs CSK has by far been the greatest rivalry in this tournament, with it getting the tag as the El Clasico of IPL. Mumbai hold an 18-12 head to head record in IPL history against CSK.

Chennai lead Kolkata 14-9 in the head to head record, with the latter having won on only two of their eight visits to the MA Chidambaram Stadium.

Delhi Capitals (DC):

DC Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 23 8 15 0
vs KXIP 26 11 15 0
vs KKR 26 12 14 0
vs MI 28 12 16 0
vs RR 22 11 11 0
vs RCB 26 10 15 1
vs SRH 18 7 11 0

Last update: 10 November 2020

Delhi Capitals have an inferior head to head record against seven of the eight teams currently in the league. Their worst is against CSK, who have won 15 of the 23 matches between the two teams. The DC vs RCB record is inclusive of the Champions League T20 meetings between the two sides.

Kings XI Punjab (KXIP):

KXIP Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 24 9 15 0
vs DC 26 15 11 0
vs KKR 27 9 18 0
vs MI 26 12 14 0
vs RR 21 9 12 0
vs RCB 26 14 12 0
vs SRH 16 5 11 0

Last update: 1 November 2020

KXIP hold a superior IPL head to head record against Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR):

KKR Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 24 9 15 0
vs DC 26 14 12 0
vs KXIP 27 18 9 0
vs MI 27 6 21 0
vs RR 22 12 10 0
vs RCB 27 15 12 0
vs SRH 19 12 7 0

Last update: 1 November 2020

MI vs KKR has been one of the lopsided duels in IPL history, with Mumbai winning 21 of the 27 matches between the teams. Knight Riders, though, have a better head to head record against Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and one-time IPL winner Sunrisers Hyderabad. The KKR vs DC record is inclusive of their only meeting in the Champions League T20.

Mumbai Indians (MI):

MI Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 32 19 13 0
vs DC 28 16 12 0
vs KXIP 26 14 12 0
vs KKR 27 21 6 0
vs RR 24 12 12 0
vs RCB 29 19 10 0
vs SRH 16 8 8 0

Last update: 10 November 2020

Mumbai have a better head to head record against six of the eight franchises currently in the IPL; they are level on the head to head with Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad. The MI vs CSK, RCB, RR records include the CLT20 meetings.

Rajasthan Royals (RR):

RR Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 24 10 14 0
vs DC 22 11 11 0
vs KXIP 21 12 9 0
vs KKR 22 10 12 0
vs MI 24 12 12 0
vs RCB 22 10 10 2
vs SRH 13 6 7 0

Last update: 1 November 2020

Royals have a better head-to-head record against Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB):

RCB Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 27 9 17 1
vs DC 26 15 10 1
vs KXIP 26 12 14 0
vs KKR 27 12 15 0
vs MI 29 10 19 0
vs RR 22 10 10 2
vs SRH 17 7 10 0

Last update: 6 November 2020

Royal Challengers Bangalore, despite being a star-studded team over the course of IPL, have an inferior record in the head to head battle against all but two franchises, Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals. Their head to head record against MI and DC is inclusive of the CLT20 meetings.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH):

SRH Played Won Lost NR
vs CSK 15 4 11 0
vs DC 18 11 7 0
vs KXIP 16 11 5 0
vs KKR 19 7 12 0
vs MI 16 8 8 0
vs RR 13 7 6 0
vs RCB 17 10 7 0

Last update: 8 November 2020

Sunrisers Hyderabad, who debuted in IPL in 2013 replacing Deccan Chargers, have inferior head to head records against Super Kings and Knight Riders. They do, however, hold a better record against Capitals and Kings XI while being tied with Royal Challengers and Mumbai Indians.

*NR – No result
*Victories also include the super over wins
*The head to head record is inclusive of Champions League T20

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