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IPL 2015: Chennai Super Kings records in Indian Premier League

IPL 2015: Chennai Super Kings records in Indian Premier League
IPL 8 is just started, captained under MS Dhoni Chennai Super Kings has a great record in Indian premier league. They won the title in 2010 and 2011 and 3times finished as runners. One incredible record for them is that they always finished in top four in points table. Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming is the coach. Chennai Super Kings will play their first match of IPL 8 against Daredevils on April 9. 


CSK performance summary

Played: 119

Won: 69

Lost: 44

NR: 1

Overall Chennai Super Kings(CSK) performance: Year wise


IPL Matches win lost NR Win% standing
 2008  16 9  7  0 56%     2
 2009  15 8  6  1 60%     4
 2010  16 9  7  0 65%     1
 2011  16 11   5  0 76%     1 
 2012  19 11  8  1 69%     2
 2013  18 12  6  0 68%     2
 2014  15  9  6  0 58%     3

Overall Chennai Super Kings(CSK) performance: Team wise

Team Tot Mts Won Loss NR Win%
 Kings XI Punjab  14   8 5  1 61
 Kolkata Knight riders  14 9 5  0 69
 Delhi Daredevils  14 10 4  0 72
 Rajasthan Royals  15 10 5  0 65
 Royal Challengers Bangalore  17  9 7  1 52
 Mumbai Indians  18  9 9  0 50
 Sunrisers Hyderabad  4  3 1  0 75
 Deccan Chargers  10  6  4  0  60
 Pune Warriors India  6  4 2  0  66
 Kochi Tuskers  2  1 1  0  50

Chennai will play their first match against Delhi Daredevils on April 9 in IPL 2015.

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