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IPL 2018: Delhi Daredevils hold the record of most defeats in IPL history, read about other such records

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 2 April 2018, 13:09 IST
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The opening ceremony of the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League is coming closer and the excitement around the cricket carnival is at the epitome. After a decade of IPL's cricket journey, the T20 format of the game is, here again, to take away the hearts of its fans.

There is no denying to the fact that the IPL brings to the table, fun that's incomparable to any other league. IPL's first match will be played between CSK and MI.

The degree of excitement can be gauged by the number of records that are made in an IPL season, while there are many records that are made, even more, records are broken. There is one record that has brought Gautam Gambhir into the limelight.

After playing the last 10 IPLs, Daredevils have secured the shameful record of losing most number of matches. Yes, you heard it right. Delhi Daredevils has lost a record 83 number of times.

Whereas, MI has won the most number of IPL matches in the IPL history. Mumbai Indians have registered a total of 92 wins over their opposition teams.

Interestingly, the record to win with the biggest margin is also held by Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indians has won against the Delhi Daredevils by a margin of 146 runs. Daredevils lost this match in Delhi in 2017 playing before its home audience.

However, the record to win by most wickets is held by Royal Challengers Banglore, they have won twice with a margin of 10 wickets. There have been 22 such occasions when the match was decided on the last ball.

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First published: 2 April 2018, 13:09 IST
 
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