IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Head-To-Head Records
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IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Head-To-Head Records

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In the 26th match of the IPL 2021, Punjab Kings (PBKS) will face Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad) on this Friday (30th April) night.

During this forthcoming match, both teams will play their seventh match of this IPL 2021. Currently, RCB are in the third position in the points table of this tournament with 10 points as they have won five matches and lost only once.

In the meantime, PBKS are in the sixth spot in the same IPL 2021 points table with 4 points as they have won twice and lost four times this season.

The upcoming match will be their 27th meeting in T20 cricket.

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IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Head-To-Head Records

Teams’ Head-to-Head Records

Stats Matches PBKS Won RCB Won Tied No Result
Overall 26 14 12 0 0
In IPL 26 14 12 0 0
At Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad)
In the last 5 matches 5 3 2 0 0
IPL 2020 2 2 0 0 0

Successful Head-to-Head Records in 1st Batting vs 2nd Batting

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Innings PBKS Won RCB Won
1st batting 5 6
2nd batting 9 6

Teams’ and Players’ Records in Head-to-Head Battles

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(Teams’ Stats)

Stats PBKS (vs RCB) RCB (vs PBKS)
Highest total 232/2 (20 overs) at Dharamsala on 17th May 2011 226/3 (20 overs) at Bengaluru on 6th May 2015
Lowest completed total 88 (13.4 overs) at Bengaluru on 6th May 2015 & 88 (15.1 overs) at Indore on 14th May 2018 109 (17 overs) at Dubai (DSC) on 24th September 2020
Largest victory (by runs) 111 runs at Dharamsala on 17th May 2011 138 runs at Bengaluru on 6th May 2015
Largest victory (by wickets) 9 wickets at Mohali on 12th May 2008 10 wickets at Indore on 14th May 2018

(Top players’ stats)

Stats PBKS (vs RCB) RCB (vs PBKS)
Highest individual score 132* by KL Rahul at Dubai (DSC) on 24th September 2020 117 by Chris Gayle at Bengaluru on 6th May 2015
Best bowling figures 4/17 by Piyush Chawla at Dharamsala on 17th May 2011 4/14 by Sreenath Aravind at Bengaluru on 6th May 2011
Most runs scored 321 runs by KL Rahul 692 runs by AB de Villiers
Most wickets 16 wickets by Sandeep Sharma 21 wickets by Yuzvendra Chahal