MI vs RCB IPL, CLT20 Head-to-head records & Stats

MI vs RCB IPL, CLT20 Head-to-head records & Stats

Tags: IPL T20 2011, Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians Qualifier 2 Match at Chennai - May 27, 2011, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, IPL 4, IPL

Published on: May 26, 2011

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Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore are gearing up to meet in the qualifier-2 of the Indian Premier League 2011 on Friday.

Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore are gearing up to meet in the qualifier-2 of the Indian Premier League 2011 on Friday.

The winner of this game will get a straight entry into the final against Chennai Super Kings and thus earn a shot at IPL glory.

Whoever wins this match and proceeds to the next level is bound to be struck by a feeling of deja vu.

Both Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers have played and lost IPL finals before, the former against Chennai last year and the latter against Deccan in 2009.

So the event this year, provides an opportunity for these teams to make amend for past mistakes.

Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore have played each other seven times in the IPL and once in last year's Champions trophy.

On paper, Mumbai has the upper-hand with five wins against Bangalore's three. Lets have a look at their encounters so far:

Indian Premier League 2008

The Mumbai Indians won 7 wins and 7 losses.

Royal Challengers finished with 4 wins and 10 losses.

April 20, Wankhede stadium

Mumbai Indians- 165/6 (20 overs, Uthappa 48, Zaheer Khan 2/17)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 166/5 (19.4 overs, Mark Boucher 39, Harbhajan Singh 2/36)

Result: Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 5 wickets.

May 28, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 122/9 (18 overs, Cameron White 26, Dilhara Fernando 4/18)

Mumbai Indians- 126/1 (16 overs, Sanath Jayasuriya 54, Steyn 1/14)

Result: Mumbai Indians won by 9 wickets.

Indian Premier League 2009

Royal Challengers Bangalore won 9 and lost 7, going down to Deccan Chargers in the final.

Mumbai Indians won 5 lost 8 matches.

May 3, New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Mumbai Indians- 149/4 (20 overs, Sanath Jayasuriya 52, Dillon du Preez 3/32)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 150/1 (18.1 overs, Jacques Kallis 69, Zaheer Khan 1/12)

Result: Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 9 wickets

May 10, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth

Mumbai Indians- 157/2 (20 overs, Ajinkya Rahane 62, van der Merwe 1/17)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 141/7 (20 overs, Mark Boucher 48, Harbhajan Singh 2/15)

Result: Mumbai Indians won by 16 runs

Indian Premier League 2010

Mumbai Indians won 11 matches and lost just 5, lost to Chennai Super Kings in the final.

Royal Challengers Bangalore won 8 and lost 8, got defeated by Mumbai in the semifinals.

March 20, Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Mumbai Indians- 151/9 (20 overs, Saurabh Tiwary 25, Vinay Kumar 3/25)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 155/3 (19.1 overs, Jacques Kallis 66, Zaheer Khan 1/16)

Result: Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 7 wickets

April 7, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Mumbai Indians- 191/4 (20 overs, Ambati Rayudu 46, Jacques Kallis 2/41)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 134/9 (20 overs, Virat Kohli 37, Kieron Pollard 3/28)

Result: Mumbai Indians won by 57 runs

April 21, Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai (1st Semifinal)

Mumbai Indians- 184/5 (20 overs, Saurabh Tiwary 52, Dale Steyn 2/43)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 149/9 (20 overs, Ross Taylor 31, Kieron Pollard 3/17)

Result: Mumbai Indians won by 35 runs

Champions League, 2010

September 19, Kingsmead, Durban

Mumbai Indians- 165/7 (20 overs, Shikhar Dhawan 41, Dale Steyn 3/26)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 163/5 (20 overs, Rahul Dravid 71, Bravo 2/23)

Result: Mumbai Indians won by 2 runs

Indian Premier League 2011

Going into the crunch game of Friday, the two teams have met only once during this season with Mumbai winning the match.

April 12, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Mumbai Indians- 140/4 (20 overs, Tillekaratne Dilshan, Kieron Pollard 2/25)

Royal Challengers Bangalore- 143/1 (20 overs, Ambati Rayudu 63, Dirk Nannes 1/0)

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