Riding on confidence after 2 consecutive wins, Chennai Super Kings will face off against the Kolkata Knight Riders at the Wankhede stadium in Wednesday's 2nd encounter.
While MS Dhoni's men are a rejuvenated unit after a disastrous 2020 season, not much has changed for KKR apart from their captain. The Knights have lost 2 games in a row after winning their opening encounter vs SRH. Though KKR boast a formidable bowling line-up, their big guns have failed to fire in the batting department.
Chennai also hold an upper hand in the head-to-head battle. CSK have come up trumps in 15 out of the 25 games against KKR, with one clash ending in no result.