IPL 2019 - MI vs KXIP - Mumbai Indians' Predicted Playing XI, Analysis

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IPL 2019: Match 24 – MI vs KXIP – Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI, Analysis 

IPL 2019: Match 24 – MI vs KXIP – Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI, Analysis
Photo by: Faheem Hussain /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

Mumbai Indians will take on Kings XI Punjab in the 24th match of the season. Rohit Sharma led side has won three matches and have lost two. Consequently, they would like to come up with a complete performance against Kings XI Punjab. Rohit Sharma has led with aplomb and he would like to continue the good show going. Sprotzwiki takes a look at Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI.

Meanwhile, Mumbai Indians had won the previous match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. The three times champions were able to tick the right boxes as they had restricted Hyderabad to 96 runs despite getting 136 runs on the board.

Here is the look at Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI.

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, ICC World Cup 2019
Rohit Sharma (Credits: BCCI)

Mumbai Indians captain hasn’t batted at the top of his game. Consequently, he would like to deliver the goods for his team.

Quinton de Kock

Mumbai Indians, Kings Xi Punjab
 Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

Quinton de Kock has got off to starts in the season, however, he hasn’t been able to convert his starts into substantial scores except for one score of 60 runs.

Suryakumar Yadav

IPL 2019 | Suryakumar Yadav |
 Credit: IPL

The right-hander had provided the impetus against Chennai Super Kings. However, Yadav could only score seven runs in the previous match.

Yuvraj Singh

 (Credits: Twitter)

Yuvraj Singh was dropped in the previous match. However, the talisman batsman might return back to the playing XI in place of Ishan Kishan.

Krunal Pandya 

 (Credits – Twitter)

Krunal Pandya has delivered the goods with both bat as well as the ball. Pandya has done a fine job in providing the finishing touches.

Hardik Pandya

IPL 2019 | Hardik Pandya |
Photo by: Faheem Hussain /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

Hardik Pandya was adjudged the Man of the match for his brilliant batting and bowling against Chennai Super Kings. Thus, Pandya will like to continue his good form going.

Kieron Pollard 

Kieron Pollard.
 (Photo by Daniel Berehulak-IPL 2010/IPL via Getty Images)

Kieron Pollard had played a crucial knock in the previous match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Pollard is a key player for the Mumbai Indians.

Rahul Chahar

Rahul Chahar. Photo by: Vipin Pawar /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

Rahul Chahar had done a great job in his first match of the season for Mumbai Indians. The leg-spinner had scalped two wickets against Hyderabad.

Mumbai will like to continue their good form.

Alzarri Joseph

The Windies star had a dream debut in the IPL. Joseph had scalped the best bowling figures in IPL history as he had taken 6-12.

Jason Behrendorff

Photo by: Vipin Pawar /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

The Australian southpaw pacer has done a terrific job since he has been drafted into the playing XI. Jason had scalped one wicket in the previous match.

Jasprit Bumrah

IPL 2019: 7th Match, Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians - Match Report
 (Credits – BCCI)

Jasprit Bumrah has been sensational for the Mumbai Indians. Bumrah has been instrumental in the success of the team.

Ratings:

Batting: 7/10

The Mumbai Indians top order hasn’t fired at full cylinders in the ongoing IPL. Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock have got off to starts but have failed to make a big score. Consequently, it has put more pressure on the lower order of the team.

Bowling: 8/10

The Mumbai Indians bowling line-up has done a fine job for the team. Jasprit Bumrah has been right on the money and Alzarri Joseph had done a fine job on his debut. Furthermore, Jason Behredorff has had two good matches. Rahul Chahar and Pandya brothers have also done a fine job.

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