IPL 2019: Tactical Changes That Mumbai Indians Could Bring For The Final
IPL 2019: Tactical Changes That Mumbai Indians Could Bring For The Final;’ Yet again, Mumbai Indians found themselves to be part of the final of the tournament. It means that Rohit Sharma has got one more chance to increase the tally of his captaincy records in his career. However, it isn’t that easy though, as he got the quality opposition for the crucial clash.
It has been quite a journey for Mumbai Indians in the tournament so far. Though they started on a losing note against Delhi Capitals, they started winning the games with ease in the remaining matches. Some of their matches also went down to the wire, which was bailed out by Hardik Pandya and Co.
Well, now, it is the time for one final showdown after landing into the finals of the tournament. They will once again face their favourite opposition Chennai Super Kings, which would put fans on edge of their seats.
Here is a possible tactical change that Mumbai Indians could make:
Mitchell McClenaghan in place of Jayant Yadav:
Well, you might not be pleased with this move but this could happen for the final of the tournament. On the other day, Jayant Yadav was brilliant but it was the pitch, which pushed Mumbai to give him a place.
With Hyderabad pitch a different one compared to Chennai, they would like to use their four foreigners quota by embedding Mitchell McClenaghan into the scheme of things. The flamboyant bowler has got enough goods to deliver for the team.
.His variety would help Rohit Sharma to use the bowlers when it requires the most for the team. In a pressure-filled final, the presence of an International player helps the team.
It is something, which would bring in McClenaghan to the side. The other crucial aspect to consider is that CSK batting lineup is mostly filled with right-handers. Apart from this, one can’t find any hard change in the team, unless any forced injury.
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