IPL 2020, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, SRH vs RCB: Head to head match stats
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) offers fans the opportunity to watch some of the most explosive batsmen in world cricket go up against each other. RCB is led by Indian star Virat Kohli, while SRH has Australian opener David Warner. Apart from Warner and Kohli for example, who lead their respective sides, there are many other players like AB de Villiers, Kane Williamson, Rashid Khan and Yuzvendra Chahal, who own their own qualities. Both teams are neck to neck in terms of fire power and star quality, making it difficult to tell from one to the other. In fact, head to head statistics between the two sides also give a clear indication of how intense the rivalry has been over the years.
SRH and RCB have faced each other on 14 occasions in the IPL between 2013 and 2019, with SRH taking a slight lead over RCB with an eight lead, while RCB have just six wins in the Super Over.
In addition to the head to head stats, SRH has an upper hand over RCB in terms of head honors, named after an IPL trophy. On the other hand, RCB have reached the finals three times, but have failed to make their hands in the IPL Trophy.
Head to head match stats:
Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royals Challengers Bangalore
SRH Won: 8 (one win in super over)
RCB won: 6
The last time RCB reached the final of the IPL in 2016, their attempt to win their first trophy was stopped by none other than SRH, who registered an eight-run narrow win under David Warner.
While on paper, SRH will host RCB for their opening league clash of IPL 2020 on 21 September, they will certainly not miss a rest at their home venue in Hyderabad, where they have been particularly coerced with in the past. Some seasons.
With the IPL taking place in the UAE, RCB will be happy for both sides as it makes things for both teams as well and they would like to spend the majority of the occasion starting their campaign on a winning note and bridging the narrow gap. Head to head statistics.