IPL 2019: Match 36th, RR vs MI – Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI
Mumbai Indians has come up with a fine performance in the ongoing Indian Premier League. The three-times champions have won six matches out of the nine and they sit pretty at the second position in the points table. Mumbai Indians will now lock horns with Rajasthan Royals who are in the bottom half of the points table. We bring you the Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI.
Meanwhile, the last match between these two was won by Rajasthan Royals. Consequently, the Rohit Sharma-led will like to take their revenge against the Royals. Furthermore, Mumbai Indians have won their last two matches and they would like to carry forward the impetus.
Here is the look at Mumbai Indians’ Predicted Playing XI:
The right-hander is getting off to starts. However, he hasn’t been to convert them into a substantial score.
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The wicketkeeper-batsman is the highest run-getter for the Mumbai Indians with 323 runs. The southpaw batsman will like to carry on his good form.
The right-hander hasn’t been consistent as he has thus far scored 209 runs for his team. Consequently, he would like to get back into form.
The talisman batsman should get back into the playing XI. Ishan Kishan and Ben Cutting haven’t performed up to the mark and Yuvraj will like to get his chance.
The southpaw all-rounder had scored a blistering knock of 37 runs off just 26 balls. The senior Pandya will like to continue his good form going.
The linchpin all-rounder has been in sublime form and he is hitting the ball with sheer power. Pandya once again provided the finishing touches as he scored a fine 32 off just 15 balls.
Indians will look at continue the impetus.
The hard-hitting all-rounder didn’t get his chance to bat in the last match against DC. Meanwhile, Pollard has been in decent touch with the bat.
The off-spinner had played his first match of the season for the Mumbai Indians. He went wicketless but was on the economical side.
The leg-spinner had done a fine job against Delhi Capitals. He had scalped three wickets and breathed down the neck of the opposition batsmen.
Bumrah has been the leader of the pack for the Mumbai Indians. He has done a fine job for Rohit Sharma and Co. The gun fast bowler had scalped two wickets in the previous match.
Malinga brings experience to the table as he has done good work for his team. Malinga will like to deliver the goods for the team.
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