|Played||MI Won||DC Won||Tie||No Result|
|1||2008||2008 IPL||Mumbai||MI||29 runs||Shaun Pollock - MI - 33 (15) and 2/16|
|2||2008||2008 IPL||Delhi||DC||5 wickets||Dinesh Karthik - DC - 56* (32)|
|3||2009||2009 IPL||East London||DC||7 wickets||Ashish Nehra - DC - 2/27|
|4||2009||2009 IPL||Centurion||DC||4 wickets||Virender Sehwag - DC - 50 (27)|
|5||2010||2010 IPL||Delhi||MI||98 runs||Sachin Tendulkar - MI - 63 (32)|
|6||2010||2010 IPL||Mumbai||MI||39 runs||Kieron Pollard - MI - 45* (13)|
|7||2011||2011 IPL||Delhi||MI||8 wickets||Lasith Malinga - MI - 5/13|
|8||2011||2011 IPL||Mumbai||MI||32 runs||Ambati Rayudu - MI - 59 (39)|
|9||2012||2012 IPL||Mumbai||DC||7 wickets||Shahbaz Nadeem - DC - 2/16|
|10||2012||2012 IPL||Delhi||DC||37 runs||Virender Sehwag - DC - 73 (39)|
|11||2013||2013 IPL||Mumbai||MI||44 runs||Dinesh Karthik - MI - 86 (48)|
|12||2013||2013 IPL||Delhi||DC||9 wickets||Virender Sehwag - DC - 95* (57)|
|13||2014||2014 IPL||Sharjah||DC||6 wickets||Murali Vijay - DC - 40 (34)|
|14||2014||2014 IPL||Mumbai||MI||15 runs||Michael Hussey - MI - 56 (33)|
|15||2015||2015 IPL||Delhi||DC||37 runs||Shreyas Iyer - DC - 83 (56)|
|16||2015||2015 IPL||Mumbai||MI||5 wickets||Harbhajan Singh - MI - 2/11|
|17||2016||2016 IPL||Delhi||DC||10 runs||Sanju Samson - DC - 60 (48)|
|18||2016||2016 IPL||Visakhapatnam||MI||80 runs||Krunal Pandya - MI - 86 (37) and 2/15|
|19||2017||2017 IPL||Mumbai||MI||14 runs||Mitchell McClenaghan - MI - 3/24|
|20||2017||2017 IPL||Delhi||MI||146 runs||Lendl Simmons - MI - 66 (43)|
|21||2018||2018 IPL||Mumbai||DC||7 wickets||Jason Roy - DC - 91* (53)|
|22||2018||2018 IPL||Delhi||DC||11 runs||Amit Mishra - DC - 3/19|
|23||2019||2019 IPL||Mumbai||DC||37 runs||Rishabh Pant- DC- 78* (27)|
|24||2019||2019 IPL||Delhi||MI||40 runs||Hardik Pandya - 32 (15)|
|25||2020||2020 IPL||Abu Dhabi||MI||5 Wickets||Quinton De Kock - 53(36)|
*Last updated on 12th Oct 2020
Mumbai Indians (MI) is inarguably one of the most successful teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL). They have won the IPL title thrice. On the other side of the spectrum, lies the Delhi-based franchise, Delhi Capitals (DC). Previously known as the Delhi Daredevils (DD), they managed to reach the knockout stages only thrice in eleven editions of the IPL. They have not played in any of the IPL finals yet. MI has won the Champions League T20 (CLT20) twice whereas DC are yet to win the CLT20 as well.
However, the head-to-head battle does not reflect this. The two teams have played each other 22 times in the IPL. Both have won 11 games each. They faced each other for the first time on 4 May 2008 at the DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai. MI set DC a target of 163. Delhi fell short by a big margin of 29 runs and were all out for just 133. Ashish Nehra, Shaun Pollock and Dhawal Kulkarni bagged three, two and two wickets each. The most recent meeting between MI and DC took place on 20 May 2018 at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi. The home team set a target of 175 runs. Delhi’s bowlers were too hot to handle for MI as they fell short by 11 runs and were all out for 163. Sandeep Lamichhane, Harshal Patel and Amit Mishra bagged three wickets each to produce a victory for the home side.
In MI v DC (earlier DD) games, MI skipper Rohit Sharma has been the highest run-getter with 516 runs at an average of 36.86 in 16 matches. Lasith Malinga is the highest wicket-taker with 21 wickets in 12 matches. Sharma will lead MI in the VIVO IPL 2019 and Malinga will be back as a player in MI after being their bowling consultant in IPL 2018. The highest total in a MI v DC fixture is 218 scored by MI and the lowest total is 66 scored by DC.
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Both these teams will be meeting on 24 March 2019 in the twelfth edition of the IPL at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.