One can say that within these years IPL teams have established a similar trait to teams playing in international cricket. So going by the traits we bring to you the IPL teams and their similar counterparts in international cricket.

Chennai Super Kings/ Australia: Both teams dominate whenever they play in cricketing events. One can always be assure that CSK and Australia will make it to semi-finals and are the toughest to beat.

Mumbai Indians/ India: The two has the tendency to fight back and perform in important matches. Whether winning a match in 13 overs chasing 190 (Last league match against RR in IPL 7) or 320 in 40 overs (Ind vs SL, CB series 2012), both has given a goosebumps to spectators.

Royal Challengers Bangalore/ South Africa: The two look stronger on paper but more often fail to execute well in tournaments, failing as Chokers. They loss important matches by virtue of poor performance or rain.

Rajasthan Royals/ New Zealand: They know to perform in the absence of any big names, playing certain unbelievable cricket. But as the tournament advances the team loses its touch.

Kolkata Knight Riders/ Sri Lanka: Like Sri Lanka, KKR always rely on their spin department. KKR's performance in previous three IPL season was mostly dependent on Sunil Narine.

Sunrisers Hyderabad/ Pakistan: Sunrisers has always a formidable bowling attack like Pakistan and quite ordinary batting line-up. They are the most unpredictable sides.  

Delhi Daredevils/ England: The two teams which don't catch much attention before the start of any tournament. They are perform but lacks consistent.

Kings XI Punjab/ West Indies: The star-studded hard hitters are the strength of both teams. These are the teams who play some fearless cricket, without thinking much of match's result.

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