IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK: Here’s How Chennai Super Kings Made It to the Summit of Indian Premier League 12
Chennai Super Kings finished second on IPL 2019 points table. (Photo Credits: IANS)

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are in yet another Indian Premier League (IPL) final. The three-time champions have made it to the finals of IPL for a record eight times. Meanwhile, in the final of IPL 2019, the MS Dhoni-led side will be up against Mumbai Indians (MI), who have won IPL thrice as well, at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. CSK's previous three title wins have come under MS Dhoni’s captaincy in 2010, 2011 and 2018. Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Live Cricket Score IPL 2019 Final T20 Match.

In the league stage of IPL 2019, Chennai Super Kings won nine out of their 14 matches and finished second on the points table after having an inferior run-rate than Mumbai Indians. MI’s biggest win in terms of runs in the league stage of IPL 2019 came against Delhi Capitals (DC) by 80 runs.

Super Kings was the first team to qualify for IPL 2019 playoffs. However, they had to take a longer route to make it to the finals after losing the Qualifier 1 against Mumbai Indians. IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK: Here’s How Mumbai Indians Made It to the Summit of Indian Premier League 12.

Chennai Super Kings Road to IPL 2019 Final

Match # Results
1 CSK (71/3) beat RCB (70-all out) by 7 wickets in Chennai
2 CSK (150/4) beat DC (147/6) by 6 wickets in Delhi
3 CSK (175/5) bear RR (167/8) by 8 runs in Chennai
4 CSK (133/8) lost to MI (170/5) by 37 runs in Mumbai
5 CSK (160/3) beat KXIP (138/5) by 22 runs in Chennai
6 CSK (111/3) beat KKR (108/9) by 7 wickets in Chennai
7 CSK (155/6) beat RR (151/7) by 4 wickets in Jaipur
8 CSK (162/5) beat KKR (161/8) by 5 wickets in Kolkata
9 CSK (132/5) lost to SRH (137/4) by 6 wickets in Hyderabad
10 CSK (160/8) lost to RCB (161/7) by 1 run in Bengaluru
11 CSK (176/4) beat SRH (175/3) by 6 wickets in Chennai
12 CSK (109/-all-out) lost to MI (155/4) by 46 runs in Chennai
13 CSK (179/4) beat to DC (99/all-out) by 80 runs in Chennai
14 CSK (170/5) lost to KXIP (173/4) by 6 wickets in Mohali
15 Qualifier 1: CSK (131/4) lost to MI (132/4) by 6 Wickets in Chennai
16 Qualifier 2: CSK (151/4) beat DC (147/9) by 6 wickets in Visakhapatnam

Skipper MS Dhoni is the highest run-scorer for Chennai Super Kings this season so far. The right-hander has scored 414 runs from 14 matches and has scored three half-centuries. Imran Tahir is CSK’s leading wicket-taker this season and the spinner has taken 24 wickets from 16 matches, he is second on overall list followed by Purple Cap holder Kagiso Rabada.