The latest addition to the Indian Premier League (IPL) is around the corner. Therefore let us take a look at some of the fascinating records from the previous editions of the Indian Premier League. In this blog post, we will take a quick glance at the highest team scoring records by various franchises in the IPL from 2008 to 2021.

IPL Records: Highest Totals

Score Team Opposition Venue Date
263/5 RCB PWI M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 23 April 2013
248/3 RCB GL M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 14 May 2016
246/5 CSK RR M.A Chidambaram Stadium 3 April 2010
245/6 KKR PBKS Holkar Stadium 12 May 2018
240/5 CSK PBKS Punjab Cricket Association Stadium 19 April 2008

Royal Challengers Bangalore

The highest and lowest cumulative totals in IPL history are both topped by the Royal Challengers Bangalore. In 2013, RCB’s 263-run total versus Pune Warriors India was their highest ever. After he scored 175 runs off of 66 balls that day, Chris Gayle was in a great mood.

Royal Challengers Bangalore

The Royal Challengers Bangalore have both the highest and lowest cumulative totals in IPL history. The 263 runs RCB scored against Pune Warriors India in 2013 were their best total ever. Chris Gayle was in a fantastic mood that day after scoring 175 runs off of 66 balls.

Chennai Super Kings

Because of their 246 run performance against Rajasthan Royals, the Chennai Super Kings are only two runs behind Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The game was played at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium, the home field of the Chennai Super Kings.

Kolkata Knight Riders

With a total of 245 runs, Kolkata Knight Riders now hold the fourth-highest total in IPL history. In Holkar Stadium in Indore, they defeated Punjab Kings, scoring a total of 245 runs, their greatest total to date.

Chennai Super Kings

With a total of 240 runs versus Punjab Kings at Punjab’s home, Chennai Super Kings once again breaks the IPL records for greatest totals. The game happened in the year 2008.

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