IPL 2020: SRH vs CSK- Preview, Head To Head, Prediction & Post Match Review

SRH and CSK will hope for a winning return as they square off in Match 29 of the Dream11 IPL 2020 at the Dubai International Stadium.

SRH have thus far won three matches out of seven while CSK have two wins against their name from seven games. The last time these two teams faced each other, SRH came out on top, beating CSK by 7 runs. While David Warner and Co. will look to repeat that performance, CSK will be keen to return the favour in their second outing against SRH this season.

Head To Head (13 matches- CSK 9 | SRH 4)

Prediction - CSK to win the match

Fantasy Team -


Deccan Chronicles! Clash of southern Titans! Incidentally someone on SM has cheekily termed this as “MRC Nagar Derby”! Owners of the both teams have their HQ in MRC Nagar Chennai and right across the road at that.

CSK have been struggling right through while SRH has also blown hot and cold. Despite having an awesome batting and decent bowling, SRH han’t been able to put it together consistently. Let’s see which side of the SRH we see today and whether CSK loose it’s sluggishness.

We may see basil Thampi in action today as other Indian pacers have not been much effective. Dry and spin friendly pith of Dubai may give chance to Imran Tahir too. Let’s see if CSK fields two Leggies or not!


I was expecting CSK to be a little bold and aggressive today. When their team was announced I was disappointed. But they came up with something from left flank in batting order by promoting Curran. A bold move.

But I guess Watson-Curran opening and Faf at 3 could have been a bit better .


CSK win by 20 runs to register their third win of IPL 2020.

CSK reached 167/6 after 20 overs, SRH ended with 147/8 in their 20 overs.

In a shock move, CSK kicked-off things in Dubai with a new opening pair in the form of Sam Curran and Faf du Plessis. While Curran smashed some boundaries in his 21-ball stay at the crease, Du Plessis was sent packing on a golden duck. However, after the openers were removed inside the powerplay over by Sandeep Sharma, Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu did a brilliant rescue operation for CSK. The pair added 81 runs for the third wicket, before Rayudu was dismissed by Khaleel Ahmed on 41 (34). Jadeja remained unbeaten on 25 (10).

For SRH, Williamson and Rashid fell in the last five overs, and with a lack of power hitters lower down the order SRH had to surrender the match. The CSK spinners did a fine job of restricting the SRH bastman in the middle overs.