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Top 3 Worst Teams in IPL 

Pune Warriors India has only 26.66% winning percentage

In 14 seasons of IPL, we have seen Mumbai Indians winning 5 titles, Chennai Super Kings 4, Kolkata Knight Riders 2, Sunrisers Hyderabad 1, Deccan Chargers 1, and Rajasthan Royals 1. But there are some teams who have performed poorly in this league. In this article, We will look at the top 3 worst teams in the IPL. We have ranked these teams as per their winning percentage. 

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3. Kochi Tuskers Kerala

Kochi tuskers kerala among Top 3 worst teams in IPL 

Kochi Tuskers Kerala has the 3rd worst winning percentage in IPL. They played only one season of IPL and in those 14 games, they were on the right side of the result on 6 occasions, resulting in the win percentage of 42.85. Kochi was captained by Mahela Jayawardene.

2. Deccan Chargers

Top 3 worst teams in IPL 

Deccan Chargers is the surprising name in this list and they rank at number 2 in the list of worst IPL teams. The surprising factor is there because they had won the IPL in 2010. They played IPL from 2008-to 2012, played 79 matches, and won 29 of them. This means they have won 38.66 % of their matches. Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai Indians captain was the part of Deccan Chargers.

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1. Pune Warriors India

Top 3 worst teams in IPL 

Pune Warriors India has the least winning percentage. In their 2 seasons in IPL, this Pune-based franchise played 46 games and managed to win only 12 of them. The winning percentage is 26.66. They had some big names in their squad, but their team members perhaps never gelled with each other. This was the team that was at the receiving end of Gayle’s 175 run storm.

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Top 3 Worst Teams in IPL in table format

PositionTeamPlayedWonWin %
1.Pune Warriors India461226.66
2.Deccan Chargers792938.66
3.Kochi Tuskers Kerala14642.85
Top 3 worst teams in IPL
Saurabh Karmarkar
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