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IPL 2015: RCB records in Indian Premier League

RCB records in Indian Premier League
IPL 8 is coming close, Royal Challengers Bangalore is a Bangalore based franchise who is very good team but still in the hunt of their 1st title. New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori is the head coach and South African veteran fast bowler Alan Donald is bowling coach. Team India star batsman Virat Kohli is captain of the team. They are runner ups of 2009 and 2011.

Royal Challengers Bangalore performance and summary

Played: 107

Won: 53

Lost: 54

Overall Royal Challengers Bangalore record: Year wise

IPL Matches win lost NR Win% standing
 2008  14  4  10 0  40    7
 2009  16  9   7 0  56    2
 2010  16  8   8 0  50    3
 2011  16 10   5 1  70    2
 2012  16  8   7 1  55    5
 2013  16  9   7 0  60    5
 2014  14  5   9 0  35    7

Overall Royal Challengers Bangalore record: Team wise

Team Tot Mts Won Loss NR Win%
 Kings XI Punjab 13 5 8 0 39.1
 Kolkata Knight riders 14 6 8 0 43.3
 Delhi Daredevils 13 8 5 0 64
 Rajasthan Royals 13 6 6 1 50
 Mumbai Indians 16 7 9 0 44
 Chennai Super Kings 17 7 9 1 42
 Sunrisers Hyderabad  3 2 1 0 65.6
 Deccan Chargers 11 5 6 0 42
 Pune Warriors India 5 5 0 0 100
 Kochi Tuskers 2 2 0 0 100

Bangalore will play their first match against KKR in IPL 2015.


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