Indian Premier League: Biggest Wins by Runs and Wickets

9 teams have won by 10 wickets, four teams have won by more than 100 runs, and on five occasions three teams have won by more than 50 balls remaining. Check the complete record of biggest wins in Indian Premier League. Mumbai Indians holds all the three records of type of wins.

Indian Premier League 2017: Schedule and Results

Team Records

    Biggest Team Scores
    Lowest Score
    Narrowest Wins

Batting Records

    1000 run Club
    Maximum Sixes, 100+ Partnerships

Bowling Records

    Highest Wickets
    Top Ten Bowling Performances

CSK= Chennai Super Kings, DD=Delhi Daredevils, KKR= Kolkata Knight Riders, KXIP=Kings XI Punjab, KTK=Kochi Tuskers Kerala, MI=Mumbai Indians, PWI=Pune Warriors, RCB=Royal Challengers Bangalore, RPS= Rising Pune Supergiants, RR=Rajasthan Royals, SH= Sunrisers Hyderabad, GL=Gujarat Lions

Biggest Wins by Runs

    146 runs MI def DD, Delhi 2017
    144 runs RCB def Gujarat Lions, Bengaluru, 2016
    140 runs KKR def RCB, Bangalore 2008
    138 runs RCB def KXIP, , Bangalore 2015
    130 runs RCB def PWI, Bangalore 2013
    111 runs KXIP def RCB, Dharamsala, 2011
    105 runs RR def DD, Mumbai, 2008
    98 runs MI def DD, Delhi, 2010
    97 runs CSK def KXIP, Chennai, 2015
    97 runs DD def RPS, Pune, 2017
    93 runs CSK def DD, Abu Dhabi, 2014
    92 runs CSK def RCB, & MI def KKR, Port Elizabeth, 2009

Biggest Wins by Wickets

    10 DC def MI, Mumbai 2008
    10 DD def KXIP, Cape Town, 2009
    10 RCB def RR, Bangalore, 2010
    10 RR def MI, Mumbai, 2011
    10 MI def RR, Jaipur, 2012
    10 CSK def KXIP, Mohali, 2013
    10 RCB def DD, Delhi, 2015
    10 Surisers def Gujarat Lions, 2015
    10 KKR def GL, 2017
    10 KXIP def DD, 2017

Biggest Wins by Number of Balls Remaining

    87 MI def KKR, Mumbai, 2008
    76 KTK def RR, Indore, 2011
    73 KXIP def DD, Mohali, 2017
    62 KKR def RCB, Kolkata, 2017
    57 RCB def DD, Delhi, 2015
    56 RCB def RR, Bangalore, 2010
    48 DC def MI, Mumbai, 2008
    46 KXIP def PWI, Pune, 2013

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