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Stats and Records of Chinnaswamy Stadium Ahead of RCB vs CSK 

RCB vs CSK Stats and records at Chinnaswamy?

RCB vs CSK Stats and Records at Chinnaswamy: Excitement is building for the big clash between RCB and CSK on May 18, but rain might play spoilsport. There’s a 70% chance of rain during the match hours, starting from 11 AM to 11 PM. This could lead to the match being called off or reduced overs.

For RCB, this match is crucial. If they win over CSK, they secure a spot in the playoffs. However, they need to win by 18 or more runs if batting first or with 11 or more balls to spare if chasing. On the other hand, CSK just needs a win to straightaway book their playoff spot.

So with both teams under pressure, the fans are on the edge of their seats. Let’s hope the rain doesn’t dampen the excitement of this thrilling encounter and we get to witness a thrilling action.

IPL Playoff Drama: Chinnaswamy Stadium IPL Stats & Records 

Over the years in IPL history, there have been 94 matches played at the iconic Chinnaswamy stadium, where teams batting first have won 42.5% and teams batting second have won 53.1% of the matches. But here given today’s situation it seems like batting first would be better given the fact that heavy rains are predicted

RCB and CSK have faced reached other 10 times at Chinnaswamy stadium where RCB has four wins under them and CSK has five wins under their name. So looking at these stats it suggests that CSK has the upper hand but no heavy difference is seen

The home side RCB has played 90 matches so far and has won 42 of them while losing 43 and four matches ended up in no result. So this also shows that RCB doesn’t have too much advantage at home ground as there are instances. With an almost 50% loss and win record, RCB can be vulnerable at times. 

On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings have won 6 and lost four in the 11 games they played in Chinnaswamy. This gives the away team (CSK) the slightest advantage over the home side.


Virat Kohli’s Chinnaswamy Record on May 18th in IPL History; 

  • 56* vs CSK in 2013 = RCB Won
  • 27 vs CSK in 2014 = RCB Won
  • 113 vs KXIP in 2016 = RCB Won
  • 100 vs SRH in 2023 = RCB Won

Bengaluru has never lost a match on 18th May 

Conclusion: Will Rain Ruin RCB’s Playoffs Chances or will CSK dominate RCB 

The 68th Indian Premier League encounter between Bengaluru’s Royal Challengers and Chennai Super Kings will take place there. Both teams stand to lose everything, and the stakes are quite high. Bengaluru, who is playing well right now, is keen to unseat the defending champions, but can Chennai, with their formidable lineup, keep their ground? It is most plausible to expect that CSK will win this match based on predictions and research.

Abhinandan Krishnan
Abhinandan Krishnan
I am a passionate Digital Sports Journalist with a fervent focus on Cricket, football, and UFC. Currently employed at Stumps and Bails Company, I thrive on delivering captivating stories and insightful analysis in the ever-evolving world of sports. With a keen eye for detail and a love for the game, I strive to bring forth engaging content that resonates with sports enthusiasts worldwide. Join me on my journey as we explore the exhilarating realm of athletics, one story at a time.

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