IPL 2024: RR vs DC Head-to-Head Records In IPL

RR vs DC Head-to-Head Records

The clash between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Delhi Capitals (DC) in the IPL 2024 promises to be an exciting encounter filled with high-quality cricket and intense competition. 

The RR vs DC clash is scheduled to be played in Jaipur on March 28, this match marks the second home game for RR and the second consecutive away game for DC.

In their previous outings, RR secured a convincing 20-run win against Lucknow Super Giants, while DC faced a narrow defeat at the hands of Punjab Kings despite posting a competitive total of 175 runs.

As they prepare to face off in the upcoming match, let’s take a closer look at their head-to-head records in the IPL.

Rajasthan Royals:

RR kicked off their IPL 2024 campaign with a bang, posting an imposing total of 193 runs against LSG, thanks to a stellar knock from skipper Sanju Samson, who remained unbeaten on 82 runs. 

Well supported by Riyan Parag’s timely 49 off 29 balls, RR’s batting lineup fired on all cylinders. Their bowling attack, led by Trent Boult and supported by Ravichandran Ashwin and Yuzvendra Chahal, displayed effectiveness in taking crucial wickets at key moments. 

With a well-retained core, RR looks poised to maintain their winning momentum.

Delhi Capitals:

DC will receive a boost with the return of Anrich Nortje, who is set to make his comeback after a long injury lay-off. 

With Nortje’s pace and experience, DC’s bowling unit gains strength, especially considering his impressive performance of 10 wickets in 10 matches last year. 

Additionally, Rishabh Pant’s milestone 100th game for DC adds a special dimension to this match. 

While DC’s Indian pace bowling unit may lack experience, the presence of Kuldeep Yadav and Axar Patel forms a reliable spin core, crucial for containing RR’s formidable batting lineup.

RR vs DC Head-to-Head Records:

In the 27 matches played between RR and DC so far, Rajasthan Royals have emerged victorious on 14 occasions, while Delhi Capitals have secured 13 wins. 

Total – 27

RR – 14

DC – 13

List of matches played between RR and DC since IPL 2008

DateWinnerWon ByVenue
08-Apr-2023Rajasthan Royals57 RunsGuwahati
11-May-2022Delhi Capitals8 WicketsNavi Mumbai
22-Apr-2022Rajasthan Royals15 RunsMumbai
25-Sept-2021Delhi Capitals33 RunsAbu Dhabi
15-Apr-2021Rajasthan Royals3 WicketsMumbai
14-Oct-2020Delhi Capitals13 RunsDubai
9-Oct-2020Delhi Capitals46 RunsSharjah
4-May-2019Delhi Capitals5 WicketsDelhi
22-Apr-2019Delhi Capitals6 WicketsJaipur
2-May-2018Delhi Capitals50 RunsDelhi
11-Apr-2018Rajasthan Royals10 Runs (D/L)Jaipur
3-May-2015Rajasthan Royals14 RunsMumbai (BS)
12-Apr-2015Rajasthan Royals3 WicketsDelhi
15-May-2014Rajasthan Royals62 RunsAhmedabad
3-May-2014Rajasthan Royals7 WicketsDelhi
7-May-2013Rajasthan Royals9 WicketsJaipur
6-Apr-2013Rajasthan Royals5 RunsDelhi
1-May-2012Delhi Capitals6 WicketsJaipur
29-Apr-2012Delhi Capitals1 RunDelhi
12-Apr-2011Rajasthan Royals6 WicketsJaipur
31-Mar-2010Delhi Capitals67 RunsDelhi
15-Mar-2010Delhi Capitals6 WicketsAhmedabad
17-May-2009Delhi Capitals14 RunsBloemfontein
28-Apr-2009Rajasthan Royals5 WicketsCenturion
30-May-2008Rajasthan Royals109 RunsMumbai
11-May-2008Rajasthan Royals3 WicketsJaipur
19-Apr-2008Delhi Capitals9 WicketsDelhi

IPL 2024: Most runs in RR vs DC fixtures

Ajinkya Rahane (Now in CSK) – 611 runs 

IPL 2024: Most wickets in RR vs DC fixtures

Amit Mishra (DC) – 22 wickets

RR vs DC: Complete Squad

Rajasthan Royals: Sanju Samson (c), Jos Buttler, Shimron Hetmyer, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Dhruv Jurel, Riyan Parag, Donovan Ferreira, Kunal Rathore, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kuldeep Sen, Navdeep Saini, Sandeep Sharma, Trent Boult, Yuzvendra Chahal, Adam Zampa, Avesh Khan, Rovman Powell, Shubham Dubey, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Abid Mushtaq, Nandre Burger.  

Delhi Capitals: Rishabh Pant (c), Pravin Dubey, David Warner, Vicky Ostwal, Prithvi Shaw, Anrich Nortje, Abishek Porel, Kuldeep Yadav, Axar Patel, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Lalit Yadav, Khaleel Ahmed, Mitchell Marsh, Ishant Sharma, Yash Dhull, Mukesh Kumar, Tristan Stubbs, Ricky Bhui, Kumar Kushagra, Rasikh Dar, Jhye Richardson, Sumit Kumar, Shai Hope, Swastik Chhikara.  Players injured/withdrawn: Harry Brook, Lungi Ngidi.