CSK vs KKR

The Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders have both won the IPL more than once, showing they know what it takes to win in this incredibly difficult competition. CSK vs KKR is a game that many people always look forward to, and this year will be no different.

The Chennai Super Kings had won the IPL a total of three times, including when they won back to back titles back in 2010 and 2011, a period that their fans will never forget. They have also won a recent title, lifting the trophy in 2018, but now the focus is on their next and when that will appear. The team plays their home games at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, and this is a place that holds many great memories for both the players and fans of this franchise.

The Kolkata Knight Riders have two IPL wins to their name, which came during the 2012 and 2014 seasons. The fans are beginning to feel the title drought though, and that is piling expectations onto this franchise. Their home is the fantastic Eden Gardens, a stadium that has offered many great cricketing memories over the years.

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CSK has won 3 of the last 4 matches

CSK vs KKR Live

Just like many games in the IPL, fans will be looking forward to seeing CSK vs KKR live. These are two franchises that will have their eye on winning the IPL, and because of that, we should be in for a very good game. Fans will be able to catch it live, or watch it through one of the many TV broadcasters that cover the IPL around the world. The rights to show games are negotiated individually with each country, so check out your local listings to see which TV channel has you covered.

This includes live streaming of games online; these are also negotiated. The good news is that these are available all over the world, giving fans the chance to see their favourite players regularly in one of the best T20 competitions.

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CSK vs KKR Prediction​

To help with our CSK vs KKR prediction, let’s take a look back to last year. The most recent game between these two took place at the Eden Gardens and was won by the Chennai Super Kings. They put the Knight Riders in on their home ground, and the hosts put 161 on the board. The Super Kings had little trouble chasing it down, scoring 162 with two balls to spare, in part thanks to an unbeaten 58 from Suresh Raina.

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CSK vs KKR 2019

The Chennai Super Kings came out on top again in the CSK VS KKR 2019 meeting at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, although this game was a far cry from the run-fest we saw in 2018. The Knight Riders went out to bat first and failed to put on any kind of total, ending their innings with a score of 108/9. Andre Russell starred for them here with an unbeaten 50 from 44 balls while Deepak Chahar was the leading wicket-taker for the Super Kings with three wickets for 20 runs from his four overs in the game.

The home side then went out and calmly knocked off the score required, reaching 111/3 from just 17.2 overs. They were led by South African Faf du Plessis, who scored an unbeaten 43 from 45 deliveries to hold his team together and ease them over the line. Sunil Narine bowled well for the Knight Riders taking two wickets for 24 runs, but he was unable to stop the Super Kings from winning this one.

Deepak Chahar took home the man of the match award for his bowling performance for the Super Kings, being the leading wicket taker in the game.

CSK vs KKR 2018

The 2018 meeting between these two at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium was a high scoring classic. Both teams put over 200 on the board in the CSK vs KKR 2018 clash that wowed those who were lucky enough to be in attendance. It was the Chennai Super Kings that eventually came out on top, chasing down the 202 total that Kolkata had put on the board and winning the game with one ball to spare.
A quickfire 56 from just 23 deliveries from Englishman Sam Billings helped the Super Kings on their way, with Aussie Shane Watson contributing with both the bat and ball in this one, scoring 42 from 19 deliveries with the bad and being the top wicket-taker for his team with 2/39 with the ball.

Billings took home the man of the match award for this game, but it was Andre Russell of the Knight Riders who top-scored, with an unbeaten 88 from 36 balls. A fantastic innings, but not enough to get his team the victory, with the Super Kings taking home the points from this one.

CSK vs KKR Head to Head

The overall CSK vs KKR head to head record shows that these two IPL teams have played each other a total of 23 times.

Games Played: 23

Chennai Super Kings wins: 14

Kolkata Knight Riders wins: 8

Abandoned: 1

As you can see above, although things are close between these two, it is the Chennai Super Kings that currently hold the advantage in the head to head standings. They have won 14 games, six more than the Knight Riders.

Looking back at those fixtures and over the past two seasons it is the Super Kings that have held the upper hand, showing dominance and winning three out of the last four games to take place. The Super Kings are also very strong on their home, the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium. The teams have met nine times there, and the Super Kings have come out on top in seven of those games, so when these two do meet at that stadium, it will be full of happy memories for the home side based on what has happened in the past.


29th Match (D/N), Indian Premier League at Kolkata, Apr 14 2019

Kolkata Knight Riders 161/8 vs Chennai Super Kings 162/5 (19.4/20 ov)

Super Kings won by 5 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)


 

Apr 9, 2019 – 23rd Match at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai

Kolkata Knight Riders 108/9 (20 ov) vs Chennai Super Kings 111/3 (17.2/20 ov)

Chennai Super Kings won by 7 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)

Best Batsmen: Andre Russell *50 (44) & Best Bowler: Deepak Chahar 3/20 (4)

33rd match, (N) at Kolkata, May 3 2018

Chennai Super Kings 177/5 vs Kolkata Knight Riders 180/4 (17.4/20 ov, target 178)

KKR won by 6 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)


5th match, (N) at Chennai, Apr 10 2018

Kolkata Knight Riders 202/6 vs Chennai Super Kings 205/5 (19.5/20 ov, target 203)

Super Kings won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)

YearVenueWinnerMarginMoM
2019ChennaiCSK7 WicketsDeepak Chahar – 3/20
2019KolkataCSK5 WicketsImran Tahir 4/27
2018ChennaiCSK5 wicketsSam Billings – CSK – 56 (23)
2018KolkataKKR6 wicketsSunil Narine – KKR – 2/20 and 32 (20)
2015ChennaiCSK2 runsDwayne Bravo – CSK – 3/22
2015KolkataKKR7 wicketsAndre Russell – KKR – 2/20 and 55* (32)
2014RanchiCSK34 runsRavindra Jadeja – KKR – 17* (10) and 4/12
2014KolkataKKR8 wicketsRobin Uthappa – KKR – 67 (39)
2014HyderabadKKR3 wicketsAndre Russell – KKR – 58 (25)
2014BangaloreCSK8 wicketsPawan Negi – CSK – 5/22
2013KolkataCSK4 wicketsRavindra Jadeja – CSK – 3/20 and 36* (14)
2013ChennaiCSK14 runsMichael Hussey – CSK – 95 (59)
2012ChennaiKKR5 wicketsGautam Gambhir – KKR – 63 (52)
2012KolkataCSK5 wicketsMichael Hussey – CSK – 56 (39)
2012ChennaiKKR5 wicketsManvinder Bisla – KKR – 89 (48)
2011ChennaiCSK2 runsSrikkanth Anirudha – CSK – 64 (55)
2011KolkataKKR10 runsIqbal Abdulla – KKR – 1/15
2010KolkataCSK55 runsMS Dhoni – CSK – 66* (33)
2010ChennaiCSK9 wicketsRavichandran Ashwin – CSK – 3/16
2009Cape TownMatch Abandoned
2009CenturionKKR7 wicketsBrad Hodge – KKR – 71* (44)
2008ChennaiCSK9 wicketsJacob Oram – CSK – 3/32
2008KolkataCSK3 runsMakhaya Ntini – CSK – 4/21