Mumbai Indians are the most successful team in the history of the Indian Premier League in terms of winning the most titles in the competition. Although they haven’t been a force to be reckoned with in the first five seasons of the competition, they started to operate as a top-tier team ever since Rohit Sharma took charge as the full-time captain.
Mumbai Indians went on to win their first-ever IPL title in Rohit Sharma’s first season as captain in IPL 2013. Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in the final to win their maiden IPL title. In IPL 2015 season, MI beat CSK again to claim their second IPL title. MI beat RPS to claim their third IPL title in IPL 2017. In IPL 2019 season, MI beat CSK to win their fourth title.
In the subsequent season, they got the better of Delhi Capitals in the final to win their fifth title. Moreover, they defended the title for the first time in history. On the other side of the coin, Rajasthan Royals announced themselves as the most phenomenal force in the inaugural edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League
They made it all the way to the finals of the competition and defeated Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 2008 final to win their maiden IPL title. However, since then, it’s been a series of ups and downs for the franchise before they finally reached the second IPL final in IPL 2022 edition but surrendered at the hands of Gujarat Titans in the final.
MI vs RR Head-to-Head
|Played||Won by RR||Won by MI||Tie||No Result|
Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals locked horns with each other on 29 occasions so far in the history of the Indian Premier League. Both teams were going at it hammer and tongs in the competition. However, Mumbai Indians slightly have the upper hand in terms of the overall head-to-head.
Mumbai Indians have won as many as 15 games whereas Rajasthan Royals won 13 games in the cash-rich IPL. On the other hand, the other game yielded no result between these two teams. Mumbai Indians won the last encounter against Rajasthan Royals.
MI vs RR Head-to-Head Stats and Results
|30-Apr-2022||Mumbai Indians||5 Wickets||Mumbai|
|2-Apr-2022||Rajasthan Royals||23 Runs||Mumbai|
|5-Oct-2021||Mumbai Indians||8 Wickets||Sharjah|
|29-Apr-2021||Mumbai Indians||7 Wickets||Delhi|
|25-Oct-2020||Rajasthan Royals||8 Wickets||Abu Dhabi|
|6-Oct-2020||Mumbai Indians||57 Runs||Abu Dhabi|
|20-Apr-2019||Rajasthan Royals||5 Wickets||Jaipur|
|13-Apr-2019||Rajasthan Royals||4 Wickets||Mumbai|
|13-May-2018||Rajasthan Royals||7 Wickets||Mumbai|
|22-Apr-2018||Rajasthan Royals||3 Wickets||Jaipur|
|30-Apr-2015||Mumbai Indians||8 Runs||Mumbai|
|13-Apr-2015||Rajasthan Royals||7 Wickets||Ahmedabad|
|24-May-2014||Mumbai Indians||5 Wickets||Mumbai|
|18-May-2014||Mumbai Indians||25 Runs||Ahmedabad|
|5-Oct-2013||Mumbai Indians*||33 Runs||Delhi|
|20-Sep-2013||Rajasthan Royals*||7 Wickets||Jaipur|
|24-May-2013||Mumbai Indians||4 Wickets||Kolkata|
|14-May-2013||Mumbai Indians||14 Runs||Mumbai|
|16-Apr-2013||Rajasthan Royals||87 Runs||Jaipur|
|19-May-2012||Mumbai Indians||10 Wickets||Jaipur|
|10-Apr-2012||Mumbai Indians||27 Runs||Mumbai|
|19-May-2011||Rajasthan Royals||10 Wickets||Mumbai|
|28-Apr-2011||Rajasthan Royals||7 Wickets||Jaipur|
|10-Apr-2010||Mumbai Indians||37 Runs||Jaipur|
|12-Mar-2010||Mumbai Indians||4 Runs||Mumbai (BS)|
|13-May-2009||Rajasthan Royals||3 Wickets||Durban|
|25-May-2008||Rajasthan Royals||5 Wickets||Jaipur|
|6-May-2008||Mumbai Indians||7 Wickets||Mumbai (DY)|