Rajasthan Royals have played four matches against the Lucknow Super Giants in the Indian Premier League, after LSG was introduced as a new franchise in IPL 2022.

In the RR vs LSG head-to-head record, the Royals have won three matches while the Super Giants have won once. 

The two teams first met in IPL 2022, with the Royals pulling off a narrow three-run victory against Lucknow at the Wankhede Stadium on April 10. Shimron Hetmyer scored an unbeaten half-century and Yuzvendra Chahal picked up four wickets en route to getting the Player of the Match award.

Rajasthan Royals’ score of 193/4 in their fourth meeting with Lucknow Super Giants in IPL 2024 at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur is their highest total. The Royals’ pocketed the match by 20 runs.

During the match, Sanju Samson top-scored in the game with an unbeaten 82, which is the highest individual score made by a Rajasthan Royals batter against the Lucknow Super Giants. That match is also notable for LSG's highest team score (173/6) and individual score (64* by Nicholas Pooran) in the fixture.

The Royals' biggest victory margin against LSG is 24 runs, which came during the IPL 2022 season at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Back then, Rajasthan Royals scored 178/6.

In two matches played between the Royals and the Super Giants at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, the home team and the visitors have one win apiece.  

Yuzvendra Chahal with 4/41 has the best bowling figures for RR vs LSG.

RR vs LSG head-to-head



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RR vs LSG records


  • RR highest team score: 193/4 (IPL 2024)
  • LSG highest team score: 173/6 (IPL 2024)
  • RR highest individual score: 82* Sanju Samson (IPL 2024)
  • LSG highest individual score: 64* Nicholas Pooran (IPL 2024)
  • RR best bowling figures: 4/41 Yuzvendra Chahal (IPL 2022)
  • LSG best bowling figures: 3/25 Avesh Khan (IPL 2023)


RR vs LSG matches list and results






Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

RR won by 3 runs


Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

RR won by 24 runs


Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

LSG won by 10 runs


Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

RR won by 20 runs