IPL 2019: Tactical Changes That Chennai Super Kings Could Bring For The Final
IPL 2019: Tactical Changes That Chennai Super Kings Could Bring For The Final; How many of you expected that there will be fourth El Classico in the Indian Premier League 2019? The two top-class teams Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings all set to lock horns for the final time in this season to mark their name on the glorious cup for one more time.
This time, it is a bit different, as there is no home advantage for either team. They will be locking horns on the Hyderabad soil, which would be a real test for both the sides. Before last year, it was MS Dhoni-involved Rising Pune Supergiant, who took on Mumbai Indians at the same venue in the final. Mumbai ended up taking a 1-run victory.
Now, it is MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings, which will be locking horns with the same team. The match will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.
Tactical changes for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2019 Final:
Mohit Sharma in place of Shardul Thakur:
This could be the option for Chennai Super Kings, especially, with Shardul Thakur failing to deliver the goods with the ball. Of late, Hyderabad pitch is becoming a slower surface, which would certainly help a bowler like Mohit Sharma.
Mohit always likes to do experiments with his slower delivery, which could be the perfect suit for the clash. The presence of Mohit Sharma can also help MS Dhoni to use Deepak Chahar’s four overs upfront rather than saving him for the final slog overs.
Just like Shardul Thakur, Mohit Sharma can also help the team with his batting down the order. One more point to mention is that Mohit has been exposed pretty less in this season, which would give some hard time for Mumbai players to decode him.
And if you ask, why we need to remove Shardul Thakur from the playing XI? I guess, he has already given enough reasons to stay out from the team. He has lost his mojo with the ball in the recent past. And also, MS Dhoni isn’t using him to finish his quota as well.
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