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The 14th edition of IPL will see all the 8 teams lock horns for supremacy yet again. Two-time defending champions Mumbai Indians will be the team to beat yet again as they try to become the first team to complete a hat-trick of titles. Mumbai, led by Rohit Sharma, are the most successful team with 5 titles. MS Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings are second with three titles and missed out on a play-off spot for the first time last season. Dhoni and his team will aim for a fresh start and look to build for the future. Delhi Capitals, who reached their maiden final last season, are a strong team and will fancy their chances again. Big spending Punjab Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore continue their search for a maiden title too. Sunrisers Hyderabad are a consistent side and with Tom Moody back in the cap, they will look to add a second title. Rajasthan Royals have gone in for massive changes and will hope it pays off. Kolkata Knight Riders haven't tinkered much with their side and will bank on their match winners to give them a chance to add to their twin titles. This is one last chance for the core group of players at each franchise to go for glory ahead of the big auction next season which might see massive shifts.

Rank Teams
1
csk
Chennai Super Kings
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2
DC
Delhi Capitals
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3
pbks
Punjab Kings
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4
kkr
Kolkata Knight Riders
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5
mi
Mumbai Indians
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6
rr
Rajasthan Royals
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7
rcb
Royal Challengers Bangalore
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8
srh
Sunrisers Hyderabad
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PTI |
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PTI |
PUBLISHED ON SEP 18, 2021 09:22 AM IST
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