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IPL 2019: A Season-wise breakdown of the IPL Franchises

The countdown to the 12th season of IPL is now over. The Indian audience has been craving for IPL since the past year and it is still one week to go when defending champions Chennai Super kings will take over on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on March 23, 2019. We will be breaking down the performance of the existing 8 teams season by season to get an idea where the teams going to stand in upcoming season.

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The 12th season of the IPL will start with the defending champions Chennai Super Kings facing the Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on March 23, 2019.

We will be breaking down the performance of the existing eight teams season by season to get an idea where the teams stand ahead of this season.


Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

Undoubtedly the most beloved team by millions of fans around the world, CSK is a franchise that has always set a benchmark for the other teams. Despite missing 2016 & 2017 edition, the franchise has an impressive winning percentage of 60.4.

  • Total Matches: 149, Won: 90, Lost: 57, No Result: 2, Win %: 60.4%
  • 2008: Runners up (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2009: Semi-finals (won: 8 , Lost: 6)
  • 2010: Champions (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2011: Champions (won: 11 , Lost: 5)
  • 2012: Runners up (won: 10, Lost: 8)
  • 2013: Runners up (won: 12, Lost: 6)
  • 2014: Third (won: 10, Lost: 6)
  • 2015: Runners up (won: 10, Lost: 7)
  • 2018: Champions (won: 11, Lost: 5)

Mumbai Indians (MI)

After having Underperformed in the first two seasons, MI slowly gained momentum and are currently one of the top franchises in the League. Having won three editions of the IPL, MI has a winning rate of 56.9%.

  • Total Matches: 172, Won: 98, Lost: 73, No Result: 1, Win %: 56.9%
  • 2008: failed to reach knockouts (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2009: failed to reach knockouts (won: 5, Lost: 8)
  • 2010: Runners up (won: 11, Lost: 5)
  • 2011: Third (won: 10, Lost: 6)
  • 2012: Fourth (won: 7, Lost: 8)
  • 2013: Champions (won: 10 , Lost: 6)
  • 2014: Fourth (won: 7, Lost: 8)
  • 2015: Champions (won: 10 , Lost: 6)
  • 2016: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2017: Champions (won: 12, Lost: 5)
  • 2018: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 11, Lost: 5)

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

SRH joined the league in 2013. Despite being the youngest franchise, SRH has won the title in 2016 and continuously impressed season after season. With a win % of 55.3, SRH is surely a team to look out for in the 2019 edition.

  • Total Matches: 94, Won: 52, Lost: 41, No Result: 1, Win %: 55.3%
  • 2013: Fourth (won: 10, Lost: 7)
  • 2014: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 8)
  • 2015: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2016: Champions (won: 11 , Lost: 6)
  • 2017: Fourth (won: 8, Lost: 6)
  • 2018: Runners up (won: 10, Lost: 7)

Rajasthan Royals (RR)

The champions of the inaugural season, RR has been a perfect blend of talent and experience. RR missed 2016 & 2017 editions due to corruption charges. However, they still have managed to maintain a 51.5 % win rate.

  • Total Matches: 136, Won: 70, Lost: 62, No Result: 4, Win %: 51.5%
  • 2008: Champions (won: 13, Lost: 3)
  • 2009: failed to reach knockouts (won: 6, Lost: 7)
  • 2010: failed to reach knockouts (won: 6, Lost: 8)
  • 2011: failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 7)
  • 2012: failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 9)
  • 2013: Third (won: 11, Lost: 7)
  • 2014: failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2015: Fourth (won: 7, Lost: 6)
  • 2018: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 8)

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

The most happening Franchise of IPL, KKR is known for its glam-sham. Having lifted the trophy two times, KKR has been a consistent performer throughout all IPL editions. KKR has a winning % of 51.2.

  • Total Matches: 168, Won: 86, Lost: 78, No Result: 4, Win %: 51.2%
  • 2008: failed to reach knockouts (won: 6, Lost: 7)
  • 2009: failed to reach knockouts (won: 3, Lost: 10)
  • 2010: failed to reach knockouts (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2011: Fourth (won: 8, Lost: 7)
  • 2012: Champions (won: 12 , Lost: 5)
  • 2013: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 10)
  • 2014: Champions (won: 11 , Lost: 5)
  • 2015: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 6)
  • 2016: Fourth (won: 8, Lost: 7)
  • 2017: Third (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2018: Third (won: 9, Lost: 7)

Kings XI Punjab

Kings XI Punjab has associated itself with big names like Virender Sehwag, Glenn Maxwell etc., but failed to make a mark. Leaving out two occasions of little success, KXI Punjab has failed to impress the crowd with a win %age of 46.9.

  • Total Matches: 162, Won: 76, Lost: 86, No Result: 1, Win %: 46.9%
  • 2008: Semi-finalist (won: 10 , Lost: 5)
  • 2009: failed to reach knockouts (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2010: failed to reach knockouts (won: 4, Lost: 10)
  • 2011: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2012: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 8, Lost: 8)
  • 2013: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 8, Lost: 8)
  • 2014: Runners up (won: 12, Lost: 5)
  • 2015: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 3, Lost: 11)
  • 2016: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 4, Lost: 10)
  • 2017: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2018: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 8)

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

Some of the biggest names in the world of Cricket, including Chris Gayle, AB de Villiers, Virat Kohli etc. has played for the RCB. Other than being runners-up for three occasions, RCB has done nothing to be noted of. Expectations are high this year as RCB will try hard to improve its win rate of 46.4%.

  • Total Matches: 168, Won: 78, Lost: 95, No Result: 3, Win %: 46.4%
  • 2008: failed to reach knockouts (won: 4, Lost: 10)
  • 2009: Runners up (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2010: Semi-finals (won: 7 , Lost: 8)
  • 2011: Runners up (won: 10, Lost: 6)
  • 2012: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 8, Lost: 7)
  • 2013: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2014: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 5, Lost: 9)
  • 2015: Third (won: 8, Lost: 6)
  • 2016: Runners up (won: 9, Lost: 7)
  • 2017: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 3, Lost: 10)
  • 2018: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 8)

Delhi Capitals (DC)

Previously known as Delhi Daredevils(DD), this franchise has been at the bottom of the table four times. It is also the only IPL team never to reach the tournament final. With a new name, Delhi Capitals will try to give a tough fight in the 12th edition and improve its win % of 41.4.

  • Total Matches: 162, Won: 67, Lost: 92, No Result: 3, Win %: 41.4%
  • 2008: Semi-Finals (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2009: Semi-Finals (won: 10 , Lost: 5)
  • 2010: Failed to reach knockouts (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2011: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 4, Lost: 9)
  • 2012: Third (won: 11, Lost: 7)
  • 2013: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 3, Lost: 13)
  • 2014: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 2, Lost: 12)
  • 2015: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 5, Lost: 8)
  • 2016: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 7, Lost: 7)
  • 2017: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 6, Lost: 8)
  • 2018: Failed to reach playoffs (won: 5, Lost: 9)

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