Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) are 2 of the most formidable sides in IPL history. And when these 2 teams face each other in the extravagant league, it’s nothing short of a thriller contest.

Over the years, CSK and RCB encounters have thrown up exhilarating performances in the IPL, earning the tag of the Southern Derby or Cauvery Derby. To go with that, both teams have had high-ticket players in their lineups who can turn the matches on their heads.

Here in this article, we’ll look at the head-to-head record between CSK and RCB in IPL history.

CSK vs RCB Head-to-Head Record in IPL

Matches Played32
CSK Won21
RCB Won10
No Result1

The 2 southern teams have met in 32 IPL matches, with CSK having a clear upper hand over RCB. The Whistle Podu army has thrashed the Bengaluru boys in more than 20 contests.

CSK vs RCB (at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai)

Matches Played9
CSK Won8
RCB Won1
No Result0

CSK is undisputed king against the Bengaluru side at their home, MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Their dominance is such they have lost only one game against RCB.

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CSK vs RCB (M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru)

Matches Played10
CSK Won5
RCB Won4
No Result1

When it comes to playing at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, the Super Kings are slightly ahead of the hosts. However, the home side is also not far, posing a challenge to CSK in their backyard.

CSK vs RCB (in Neutral Venues)

Matches Played13
CSK Won8
RCB Won5
No Result0

Both teams have played a significant number of matches at neutral venues, with some coming in South Africa and the UAE. In neutral venues as well, Chennai has established its authority over Bengaluru with 8 wins.

CSK vs RCB Head-to-Head Record in IPL Playoffs

Matches Played4
CSK Won3
RCB Won1
No Result0

The Super Kings are the Singham against the Royal Challengers in the IPL Playoff stages. Both sides have faced off in the knockout games 4 times, with CSK conquering in 3.

2 of those encounters unfolded in the 2011 season, once in the 1st Qualifying Final and another in the summit clash. CSK won both matches and claimed their second IPL title.

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