Head to head stats and records between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians

The second phase of IPL 2021 will start from today and the very first match is going to be tremendous. There is going to be a tough competition between the two legendary teams in IPL. From 7:30 pm, the match between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians will be played, for which every fan is eagerly waiting.

There has always been a very strong rivalry between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. There are eight IPL trophies in total between the two teams. Chennai Super Kings have won the IPL title 3 times and Mumbai Indians 5 times. Both the teams want to win against each other at any cost.

If we talk about Chennai Super Kings, then their performance this season has been very good and they are present at the second position in the points table. On the other hand, if we talk about Mumbai Indians, then their performance this season has been very mixed. They have won 3 out of 7 matches and lost in 4. Currently, Mumbai’s team is at the fourth position in the points table.

Head to Head Records and Stats Between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings

Before the match between these two teams, let us tell you about the head to head record.

1.Mumbai Indians team is ahead of Chennai Super Kings in head to head record. They have won 20 and CSK have won 13 matches.

2In the first match of this season, Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by four wickets in a thrilling match.

3If we talk about their record in the UAE, then here CSK has a heavy hand with 2-1.

4Suresh Raina holds the record for scoring the most runs (732) in matches between the two teams.

5.For Mumbai Indians, his captain Rohit Sharma has scored the most (693) runs against Chennai Super Kings.

6.In bowling, Ravindra Jadeja has taken 18 wickets against Mumbai.

7Kieron Pollard has taken 15 wickets against CSK for Mumbai Indians and he has also scored 607 runs.

8. In the first match between the two teams this season, Pollard had won the team by playing an inning of 87 runs.


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