Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad
CSK vs SRH
The Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad are two franchises that have won recent editions of the IPL. It is for that reason that CSK vs SRH games are always hotly contested and ones that people look forward to. Both will head into the new season with hopes of winning another title, but can their play back that up?
The Chennai Super Kings are one of the leading lights in the competition, winning it on three separate occasions. They play their home games at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, a ground which has become a fortress for them in recent years.
Last 5 matches:
The Sunrisers Hyderabad won one IPL title in 2016, but they did only join the league in 2012, so haven’t had the time that others have had to add to that, something they would love to do this season. They play at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, a place that has seen good play in the past, and fans will be hoping plenty more is on show there in the future.
CSK vs SRH Live
If the previous games between these two are anything to go by, then the CSK vs SRH live-action will attract interest from all over the globe. These two are two of the big-name teams, with big star players and a recent final appearance where they took each other on back in 2018.
Those looking to catch this game live can check out the TV rights for each country to see which broadcaster is covering the game and watch through their service. This also goes for the live internet streaming of the games, something else that the IPL has given contracts out to for various providers around the world.
This is a game that many will want to watch live, make sure you don’t miss out.
CSK VS SRH Prediction
The game above when these two met in 2019 was the latest meeting between these two teams and something to think about when making a CSK vs SRH prediction. That game was tight, but ultimately the star players from Chennai, namely Shane Watson on this occasion, came to the fore to deliver a performance good enough to topple the Sunrisers.
With a few disappointments in recent seasons, including their final defeat in 2018, the Sunrisers will be looking to get revenge on the Chennai Super Kings this season.
|Batsmen Recent Form||Team||MAT||Runs||Average||SR|
|Faf du Plessis||CSK||5||217||43.4||136.47|
|Bowlers Recent Form|
CSK vs SRH Final
The CSK vs SRH final of 2018 was one that resulted in a comfortable success for the Chennai Super Kings, thanks mainly to a wonderful unbeaten century from Shane Watson, and innings that will go down as one of the best in any IPL final. Man of the Match Watson hit 117 not out from 57 balls to help the Super Kings to overcome the 178 target that was set by the Sunrisers.
When the Sunrisers took to the field and batted first, their score of 178 was seen as a decent one, and after their innings, they were certainly in the game. However, when batting, the Super Kings came to life and knocked off the runs with ease. They won with nine balls left and only lost two wickets, had they needed to they could have hit more than 200 that day.
CSK vs SRH 2018
The CSK vs SRH 2018 meeting where Chennai were the home team was the second of four meetings between these two teams that season. Chennai won all of them, including the final we have just mentioned above, and this game.
Again they put Hyderabad in to bat first, and again they knocked off the chase with ease, only losing two wickets and relying on a player to score an unbeaten 100 to get them there. The hero on this occasion was Ambati Rayudu, who picked up the man of the match award for his 100 not out, while Watson was involved again with a solid 57 from 35 balls. Shikhar Dhawan with 79 and Kane Williamson with 51 put up a fight for the Sunrisers, but ultimately they were not good enough on the day.
CSK vs SRH 2019
The CSK vs SRH 2019 meeting was much closer, with just one run separating them, and Chennai winning with one ball to spare. The Sunrisers put 175 on the board from their 20 overs, mainly thanks to a great 83 not out from Manish Pandey. Harbhajan Singh took two wickets for the home team to stop Hyderabad from running riot in this one. In reply, Shane Watson was once again the man to save Chennai. He scored 96 runs from 53 balls in this one, a stand that earnt him the man of the match award. The Super Kings chased things down with one ball to spare to take the win in this one.
CSK vs SRH Head to Head
Both the overall CSK vs SRH head to head stats and the recent games between these teams show great dominance for the Chennai Super Kings. They have the upper hand going into the new season and will want to show that once again.
Games played: 13
Chennai Super Kings wins: 10
Sunrisers Hyderabad wins: 3
As you can see from the above, the Super Kings have owned the meetings against the Sunrisers so far. The same can be said for the recent meetings too, something else they dominate. These two teams have played each other six times in the past two seasons, including once in a final and the Super Kings have won five out of those six meetings, including the final. This is going to give them a huge psychological benefit when the teams go out onto the field; their players will know they have the advantage over their opponents, both overall and recently.
This coming season is simple for Chennai; if they want success, then they need to show their dominance against teams like the Sunrisers again, while the team from Hyderabad will be hoping they can turn a corner and start making those stats look a little better.
Apr 23, 2019 – 41st Match at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Sunrisers Hyderabad 175/3 (20 ov) vs Chennai Super Kings 176/4 (19.5/20 ov)
Chennai Super Kings won by 6 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
Best Batsmen: Shane Watson 96 (53) & Best Bowler: RBhuvneshwar Kumar 1/18 (4)
Apr 17, 2019 – 33rd Match at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
Chennai Super Kings 132/5 (20 ov) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 137/4 (16.5/20 ov)
Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 6 wickets (with 19 balls remaining)
Best Batsmen: Jonny Bairstow *61 (44) & Best Bowler: Rashid Khan 2/17 (4)
Final, (N) at Mumbai, May 27 2018
Sunrisers Hyderabad 178/6 vs Chennai Super Kings 181/2 (18.3/20 ov, target 179)
Super Kings won by 8 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
Qualifier 1, (N) at Mumbai, May 22 2018
Sunrisers Hyderabad 139/7 vs Chennai Super Kings 140/8 (19.1/20 ov, target 140)
Super Kings won by 2 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)
46th match, (D/N) at Pune, May 13 2018
Sunrisers Hyderabad 179/4 vs Chennai Super Kings 180/2 (19/20 ov, target 180)
Super Kings won by 8 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
20th match, (D/N) at Hyderabad (Deccan), Apr 22 2018
Chennai Super Kings 182/3 vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 178/6 (20 ov, target 183)
Super Kings won by 4 runs
|2019||Chennai Super Kings||6 Wickets||Chennai|
|2019||Sunrisers Hyderabad||6 Wickets||Hyderabad|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||8 wickets||Mumbai|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||2 wickets||Mumbai|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||8 wickets||Pune|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||4 runs||Hyderabad|
|2015||Sunrisers Hyderabad||22 runs||Hyderabad|
|2015||Chennai Super Kings||45 runs||Chennai|
|2014||Sunrisers Hyderabad||6 wickets||Ranchi|
|2014||Chennai Super Kings||5 wickets||Sharjah|
|2013||Chennai Super Kings||77 runs||Hyderabad|
|2013||Chennai Super Kings||5 wickets||Chennai|