It is termed as the biggest rivalry in the Indian Premier League. Fans label it as the ‘El-Clasico’ of IPL. It is the Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings clash! Two of the successful franchises history gear up for their first clash this season. It is Rohit Sharma vs MS Dhoni tonight at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Despite CSK’s unbeaten run in the IPL 2019, their contest against Mumbai is still a tough one. Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Live Cricket Score.
Mumbai are known as slow starters and they have over the past few years peaked after the initial matches. With one win from three matches, Mumbai Indians will be looking to put up a winning show against their mosts strong rival and announce their arrival. Meanwhile, as the MI vs CSK rivalry resumes this season, we take a look at some stats involving the former champions.
Three IPL Titles Each: Both MI and CSK boast of three IPL titles respectively, making them the joint-most winners of the Indian Premier League. While CSK won their titles in 2010, 2011 and 2018 editions, MI emerged victorious in 2013, 2015 and 2017.
Two CL T20 Titles Each: Interestingly, both MI and CSK have won the now-discarded Champions League (CL T20) twice as well. Super Kings won in 2010 and 2014 while Mumbai Indians in 2011 and 2013. MI vs CSK, IPL 2019 Live Cricket Streaming: Watch Free Telecast of Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings on Star Sports and Hotstar Online.
Head-to-Head: Including CL T20, MI and CSK have faced each other 26 times. Mumbai has won 14 whole Chennai 12. In IPL, it is 11 in favour of Mumbai and 11 for Chennai.
At Wankhede: When it comes to Mumbai Indians’ home ground, the teams have met each other eight times. MI have won five encounters while three have gone Chennai’s way.
Last Ten Meetings: MI and CSK have shared honours in their last ten meetings. It is evenly poised at five wins each. MI vs CSK Head-to-Head Record: Ahead of IPL 2019 Clash, Here Are Match Results of Last 5 Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings Encounters!
Last Season Meetings: The two sides met only twice last year as Mumbai failed to qualify for the playoffs. In the first match last season, CSK emerged victorious in MI’s home game. In the second game, which was played at CSK’s makeshift home venue-Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune- Mumbai walked out as the winner.