MI vs CSK IPL Head to Head (H2H) Stats & Records – We all are familiar with the rivalry between Barcelona and Real Madrid in the football world. Similarly, Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings is a fan favorite match in Indian Premier League. The two teams are led by the finest in Indian players: Mumbai Indians is led by Rohit Sharma while iconic Mahendra Singh Dhoni is this keeper Chennai Super Kings. The reason for this rivalry is the number of talented players on both sides which makes the contest worth watching. Both of the teams have played 24 times against each other. The Mumbai Indians lead the rivalry with 13 wins. Out of last 10 editions, Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super King have played the final three times, where Mumbai Indians have emerged victorious twice. It will be interesting to see MI vs CSK head to head stats in IPL 2018 considering the history these two teams have.
As we said earlier, Mumbai vs Chennai has played each other 24 times in past. Mumbai have emerged victorious 13 times while Chennai Super Kings have won 11 times. Out of 6 matches played in Chennai, Mumbai Indians have won 4 times while CSK has emerged victorious twice on their home ground. Whereas, Mumbai Indians have been strong at Wankhede stadium. Out of 10 matches, MI have won 6 matches. Total 8 matches have been played on the neutral venue where CSK holder upper hand with 5 wins.
|Total||In Chennai||In Mumbai||Neutral Venue|
|Won by CSK||11||2||4||5|
|Won by MI||13||4||6||3|
As we said earlier, the reason for the epic rivalry is the number of star players in both sides. Both teams have a great talent to chase or defend any total put up by the opposition. Here we are discussing the leading run scorer in the rivalry of Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings. Suresh Raina has scored most number of runs: 557 in 21 innings with an average of 34.81. Mahendra Singh Dhoni secures the 2nd spot with 488 runs at a massive average of 44.36. The third spot is occupied by the cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar who has managed to score 370 runs in 13 innings.
|Suresh Raina||Chennai Super Kings||21||557||34.81|
|MS Dhoni||Chennai Super Kings||21||488||44.36|
|Sachin Tendulkar||Mumbai Indians||13||370||33.64|
When it comes to bowling no one is better than me all-time great Lasith Malinga who still leads the list of most wicket takers. With 154 wickets, Lasith Malinga sits at the top while Dwayne Bravo trails him by as many as 30 wickets.
|Lasith Malinga||Mumbai Indians||17||154||19|
|Dwayne Bravo||Chennai Super Kings||15||124||17|
|Harbhajan Singh||Mumbai Indians||20||119||24|