CSK holds the record for reaching the IPL final most of the time.
Chennai Super Kings were one of the most consistent artists in IPL history. With the exception of last season, they have qualified for the playoffs every season. They also hold the record for reaching the most (8) IPL final in tournament history so far. In contrast, the capitals of Delhi have been doing well in recent seasons. They have yet to win an IPL title and reached the final for the first time last season. This year Delhi and Chennai will face off at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, and Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
So far in IPL history, the two teams have played 23 games against each other. In these games, CSK has the upper hand by winning 15 games while DC has won the remaining 8 games. The two teams met in the second qualifier of the IPL 2019 where the CSK recorded a victory by 6 wickets.
|Matches played||CSK won||DC won||To attach||No result|
In games played between the Chennai Super Kings and the Delhi Capitals, veteran drummer MS Dhoni recorded the most points (547), followed by Suresh Raina (498), Murali Vijay (346) and Shikhar Dhawan (302) among the current players on the team. . Among bowlers, Ravichandran Ashwin picked up 17 wickets, but those numbers include wickets he took from both sides at different stages of his career. He is followed by Dwayne Bravo (14) and Ravindra Jadeja (12).
Results from last season:
In IPL 2020, the Delhi capitals defeated the Chennai Super Kings in both matches they played against the team. In the first game, Delhi capitals posted a total of 175/3 in 20 overs thanks to a superb shot from Prithvi Shaw. The young opener smashed 64 runs on 43 balls including 9 to four and 1 to six. In pursuit of that total, CSK could handle a total of just 131/7 in 20 overs losing the shock of 44 runs.
In the second game, CSK scored 179/4 after choosing to hit the first in the toss. Their opener Faf du Plessis played a fine stroke of 58 runs on 47 balls. Shikhar Dhawan hit a glorious ton for the Delhi team in the pursuit by scoring 101 runs on 58 balls. The southpaw hit 14 fours and 1 six in his winning stroke. Delhi recorded a 5-wicket victory in the match with just 1 ball in reserve.
|IPL 2020||Dubai||DC||44 races|
|IPL 2020||Sharjah||DC||5 counters|
|IPL 2019||Delhi||CSK||6 counters|
|IPL 2019||Chennai||CSK||80 tracks|
|IPL 2019||Vizag||CSK||6 counters|
|IPL 2018||Pune||CSK||13 tracks|
|IPL 2018||Delhi||DC||34 tracks|
|2015 IPL||Chennai||CSK||1 race|
|2015 IPL||Raipur||DC||6 counters|
|2014 IPL||Abu Dhabi||CSK||93 slopes|
|2014 IPL||Delhi||CSK||8 counters|
|IPL 2013||Delhi||CSK||86 tracks|
|IPL 2013||Chennai||CSK||33 tracks|
|2012 IPL||Delhi||DC||8 counters|
|2012 IPL||Chennai||CSK||9 counters|
|2012 IPL||Chennai||CSK||86 tracks|
|2011 IPL||Chennai||CSK||18 tracks|
|2010 IPL||Delhi||CSK||5 counters|
|2010 IPL||Chennai||DD||6 counters|
|2009 IPL||Durban||DC||9 tracks|
|2009 IPL||Johannesburg||CSK||18 tracks|
|2008 IPL||Chennai||DC||8 counters|
|2008 IPL||Delhi||CSK||4 counters|
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