5,632 games were played in the 2017-18 season, a number which saw a slight drop from the previous year.
The number of players in the side stood at 1,931, with a slight dip in the number of senior men in the team from 842 to 812.
The number of matches played by the MCC team stands at 5,527, with more senior men on the team, up from 5,514 last season.
The highest number of games played by a team was 4,072 by the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) last year.
This season, the team stands to win a whopping 5,913 matches, of which 5,812 will be played by boys and 5,715 by girls.
The numbers of matches between the MCCC and Karnataka have been growing.
In the last six years, the two teams have gone toe-to-toe on an average of seven games a season.
However, in the last few years, KSCA and the MSCA have fought each other for supremacy.
In the 2017 season, KSSC won the KCCI, the only division in the KMCI which is dominated by Karnataka.
The last time they met was at the MSSC’s end, in 2018.
In 2019, the Karnasaras were in first place, but they were forced to face off against the MUC in the second division.
KSSCA won the game, and in the subsequent year, the MMCI had to deal with a loss.
Last season, Karnataka came into the fray against KSS, but KSS lost to MUC, a result that was the highest loss of the season.