IPL Records and Statistics: Result Records – Greatest Win Margin (by 10 Wickets)

Only 13 times in the history of the Indian Premier League did a side succeed in winning by a margin of 10 wickets. Read to know more.

Only 13 times in the history of the Indian Premier League did a side succeed in winning by a margin of 10 wickets. In the tournament’s history, only the Royal Challengers Bangalore have won as much as three IPL games by ten wickets. Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians have won two games by this margin.

Over the years, the Indian Premier League has provided its supporters with delight and excitement. There have been a lot of nail-biting games where the excitement peaked. But there are sometimes games where one team thoroughly dominates the other, eliminating any prospect of a contest. These outcomes are occasionally stimulated by a specific player who puts up a standout effort. This article will analyze the five IPL games with the largest margin of victory in terms of runs.

It takes a lot of work to win the game by ten wickets. It requires an all-around effort from each team member in the batting and bowling departments. Teams have been successful in winning by 10 wickets in the IPL only 15 times. In IPL history, Royal Challengers Bangalore has won a maximum of three games by a margin of ten wickets, followed by two victories each by Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.

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The highest total while defeating the opposition by 10 wickets is 184 runs. Without handing the Gujarat Lions any wickets in the 2017 IPL, KKR successfully chased down the required 183 runs. The lowest Score with a 10-wicket victory is 58 runs. This was brought about by a weather delay in the IPL 2009 match between the Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab. Last year, CSK was on the verge of breaking the record for the biggest ten-wicket win, but they are still ranked #2. We may witness improved performances from each IPL club this year in the IPL 2021, and we hope that one of these eight teams may surpass the record set by KKR in 2017.

Find the IPL’s Wickets Record for the Most Margin Wins. The top 10 teams are those whose top-order batters performed admirably and lost few or no wickets while helping their team reach the opposition’s objective and record the most notable victories by the widest margins during their IPLT20 careers.

Most Significant Win Margins (by 10 wickets):

Team Opposition Venue Date
DC MI Wankhede StadiumMumbai, India 27 April 2008
DD PBKS NewlandsCape Town, South Africa 19 April 2009
RCB RR M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangalore, India 18 March 2010
RR MI Wankhede StadiumMumbai, India 20 May 2011
MI RR Sawai Mansingh StadiumJaipur, India 20 May 2012
CSK KXIP Punjab Cricket Association StadiumMohali, India 10 April 2013
RCB DD Arun Jaitley StadiumDelhi, India 26 April 2015
SRH GL Saurashtra Cricket Association StadiumRajkot, India 21 April 2016
KKR GL Saurashtra Cricket Association StadiumRajkot, India 7 April 2017
PBKS DD Punjab Cricket Association StadiumMohali, India 30 April 2017
RCB PBKS Holkar StadiumIndore, India 14 May 2018
CSK PBKS Dubai International StadiumDubai, UAE 4 October 2020
MI CSK Sharjah Cricket StadiumSharjah, UAE 23 October 2020
SRH MI Sharjah Cricket StadiumSharjah, UAE 3 November 2020
RCB RR Wankhede StadiumMumbai, India 22 April 2021

Deccan Chargers v Mumbai Indians

This list of the biggest victories by wickets is anchored by In IPL games, Deccan Chargers’ humbling loss to Mumbai Indians in the tournament’s maiden year is the only representation. Even after Mumbai scored a respectable 154/7, Chargers wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist smashed a 109 off just 47 balls to lead his team to victory.

Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab

The next entry on this list of the biggest margins of victory by wickets in IPL matches is from 2009 when Delhi Daredevils defeated Kings XI Punjab in Cape Town despite a weather delay. With a target of 54 runs in six overs, Delhi crushed it in 4.5 overs to win.

Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals

Only one 10-wicket victory was also recorded in 2010 when Royal Challengers Bangalore bowled out Rajasthan Royals for just 92 before defeating them in 10.4 overs.

Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians 

Shane Watsons 89 off 47 balls successfully chased down Mumbai Indians’ modest score of 133/5 in 2011. The winners from the previous entry reversed the tables and handed Mumbai Indians a 10-wicket setback.

Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals

The Mumbai Indians paid it forward the following year, easily chasing down the even more challenging total of 163 to secure a 10-wicket victory against Rajasthan Royals. Dwayne Smith was named man of the match after scoring 87 points off 58 balls.

Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab 

Chennai Super Kings, which defeated Kings XI Punjab in Mohali, is the only team from 2013 to appear on this list of the biggest wicket victories in IPL games. Before Michael Hussey, who won the Orange Cap that year, led his team to victory with 86 off 54 balls, Kings XI scored 138 in their 20 overs.

Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils

The 2015 IPL season saw Royal Challengers Bangalore skittle Delhi out for 95, which they then chased down in 10.3 overs, continuing the trend of largest wicket victories in IPL games.

Sunrisers Hyderabad v Gujarat Lions

During their brief IPL run, Suresh Raina’s Gujarat Lions were defeated by a 10-wicket margin. Despite their captain’s valiant 75, the Lions could only muster 135/8 in their 20 overs, which SRH was able to chase down with the help of Shikhar Dhawan and David Warner’s fifty-plus scores.

Kolkata Knight Riders v Gujarat Lions 

Even though Gujarat Lions posted a total of 183/4 in their 20 overs, they suffered a heavy loss after Gautam Gambhir (76 off 48) and Chris Lynn (93 off 41) played them off the park. This is Gujarat Lions’ second appearance on the wrong end of this list of largest margins wins by wickets in IPL matches.

Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils 

In the second 2017 game to appear on our list of the largest wicket victories in IPL games, Kings XI Punjab bowled Delhi Daredevils out for just 67 before Martin Guptill’s 50 off 27 balls gave them a straightforward victory.

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