GT vs LSG head to head IPL record: Stats, total matches and history

Gujarat Titans (GT) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) will lock horns in Match No.51 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 on Sunday, May 7 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

The Super Giants are currently placed second in the table with 11 points and a net run rate of +0.639 thanks to victories in five out of 10 matches. Their previous game against MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings (CSK) could not produce a result due to rain.

LSG, in the meantime, have been dealt with a body blow as their skipper KL Rahul has been ruled out of the tournament due to injury. Krunal Pandya will lead them for the remainder of the tournament.

The Titans, on the other hand, strengthened their grip on the top of the table after demolishing Sanju Samson's Rajasthan Royals. They have 14 points and a net run rate of +0.752 thanks to wins in seven out of 10 matches.

LSG vs GT head to head

The Titans and the Super Giants do not quite have a long history as they came into existence only last year. But in this sort time, GT have dominated their opponents.

Here is a look at how the current GT vs LSG head-to-head record stands:

Matches played 3
GT won 3
LSG won 0
tie 0


LSG vs GT match results

The Super Giants are yet to win a match against the Titans in the history of the IPL. It remains to be seen if they can halt their losing streak.

Here is a more detailed look at how this rivalry has unfolded:

Apr 22, 2023 Gujarat Titans 7 runs Lucknow
May 10 2022 Gujarat Titans 62 Runs Pune
Apr 28 2022 Gujarat Titans 5 Wickets Mumbai


LSG vs GT IPL stats

Most runs

Hardik Pandya, the skipper of the Titans, is the leading run-scorer, in matches between the two teams. The captain has scored 110 runs in three games. Next in the list is Deepak Hooda, who has not been in great form of late. Hooda has scored 84 runs. KL Rahul, Ayush Badoni and Rahul Tewatia are also in the list. Badoni has been a key player for LSG over the last two seasons.

Player name Runs
Hardik Pandya 110
Deepak Hooda 84
KL Rahul 76
Ayush Badoni 70
Rahul Tewatia 64


Most wickets

Rashid Kha, who recently became the first bowler to pick up a hat-trick in IPL 2023 against the Kolkata Knight Riders, is the leading wicket-taker in matches between the two teams. Rashid has picked up six wickets from three matches. Mohammed Shami has four wickets to his name. Krunal Pandya and Avesh Khan have three wickets apiece.

Player name Wickets
Rashid Khan 6
Mohammed Shami 4
Krunal Pandya 3
Avesh Khan 3
Sai Kishore 2


Best match in the Lucknow Super Giants vs Gujarat head to head

The recent match at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow was the most exciting match between the two teams. But in the end, the Titans won by seven runs and snatched victory from the jaws of victory.

Here is a look at how the match unfolded:

After opting to bat first, the Titans could only post a score of 135 for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Shubman Gill departed early, but Wriddhiman Saha and Hardik put on 68 runs for the second wicket. Saha scored 47 runs off 37 balls with six fours before Krunal accounted for his wicket.

Hardik batted until the last over and racked up 66 runs off 50 balls with the help of two fours and four sixes. Krunal and Marcus Stoinis picked up two wickets apiece for the Super Giants. Amit Mishra got the wicket of Abhinav Manohar, who is capable of doing big damage with the bat in hand.

The Super Giants got off to a brisk start in their run-chase and looked favourites to chase down the target in a canter. KL Rahul and Kyle Mayers put on 55 runs for the opening wicket off 6.3 overs. With the required run rate down to a run-a-ball, GT were well and truly on the backfoot.

But Hardik’s men showed nerves of steel to make a stupendous comeback. From the 44th to 49th over, LSG scored only 19 runs and lost two wickets. With 12 runs to win off the last over, LSG faltered big time and scored only five runs.

Rahul stayed until the very last over and scored 68 runs off 61 balls with eight fours. But his efforts went in vain as Mohit Sharma dismissed him in the last over. 136 was also among the lowest scores ever defended in the history of the IPL. Four wickets fell in the over with Mohit Sharma also having a chance to get a hat-trick.