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Tuesday, 7 May 2019



Match subtleties

Mumbai Indians versus Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2019 Qualifier 1

Mama Chidambaram arena, Chennai

7 May 2019; 19:30 IST


The setting for the principal qualifier is the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, which has been positive to the bowlers this IPL. Chennai have won six out of the seven diversions played here this season, with their solitary misfortune coming to Mumbai Indians.

Any aggregate in the area of 160 will probably be a triumphant aggregate on this wicket.


The association phase of the 2019 IPL is done and cleaned and the playoffs are set to get in progress in Chennai. Table-toppers Mumbai Indians take on the second-put Chennai Super Kings in the main qualifier, and it guarantees to be a wafer.

MI are coming into this diversion with a success over KKR while CSK were given an appropriate whipping by Kings XI Punjab in their last amusement. That, joined with the way that MI have a huge edge in the no holds barred between the two groups, tilts the equalization for the guests.

The champ of qualifier 1 will legitimately make it to the last while the failure will get another shot as they will confront the victor of the eliminator between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the second qualifier. In any case, while this is certifiably not a knockout amusement, both MI and CSK will need to guarantee they need to play only one match before the last with the goal that their players stay new.

CSK will be without their Indian universal Kedar Jadhav, who endured a shoulder medical procedure amid the group's last amusement against KXIP.

No holds barred (in IPL)

Played: 26

MI won: 15 (58%)

CSK won: 11 (42%)

Ongoing structure (latest first):

MI: W L W L (great structure)

CSK: L W L W L (normal structure)

Last amusement's playing XI and anticipated changes

CSK: Faf du Plessis, Shane Watson, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni (c and wk), Ambati Rayudu, Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Dwayne Bravo, Harbhajan Singh, Deepak Chahar, Imran Tahir

Anticipated changes: Karn Sharma in for Kedar Jadhav

MI: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Mitchell McClenaghan, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga

Anticipated changes: Anukul Roy instead of McClenaghan

My Dream XI


Both MS Dhoni and Quinton de Kock have been having a splendid IPL up until this point. Be that as it may, De Kock is a more secure wagered than the previous Indian captain as the South African opens the batting for MI and will probably confront a larger number of conveyances than Dhoni, who for the most part comes in at number 4 or 5.


Rohit Sharma has framed a splendid opening association with De Kock, recovering his structure at the opportune time. After a moderate begin to the competition, Rohit has scored two fifties in three matches and will look carry on in a similar vein amid the playoffs.

Kieron Pollard is a superior wagered than the in-structure Suryakumar Yadav, on account of his record against CSK. Pollard is a major match player and has safeguarded MI out from a few troublesome circumstances under strain.

Like Rohit, Suresh Raina has additionally returned to frame at the perfect time, having scored two sequential fifties coming into this amusement. In the interim, Faf du Plessis scored a valiant 96 in the past diversion and he will hope to play a comparative thump in the playoffs, this time in a triumphant reason.


The Pandya siblings pick themselves in the XI as they are demonstrated match-champs for MI and can turn the amusement on its head in a matter of a couple of balls with either bat or ball. Hardik has been a standout amongst the best entertainers in the challenge and has a decent shot of winning the MVP grant.

With the match occurring in Chepauk, Ravindra Jadeja will be valuable as the wicket helps the spinners. He took a three-wicket pull against Delhi Capitals in the last amusement here.


With 21 wickets up until this point, Imran Tahir is second in the Purple Cap list and has done well in pretty much each and every match this season. His turn accomplice Harbhajan Singh has likewise been a power to figure with for CSK at home; he has bowled splendidly all through the competition at Chepauk.

Because of spending limitations, Jasprit Bumrah has been forgotten and his kindred MI pacer Lasith Malinga finds a spot in the XI. The Sri Lankan pacer has taken 15 wickets in IPL 2019 including a four-wicket pull against Chennai in Chepauk a couple of days prior.

Commander and bad habit chief: Hardik Pandya and Quinton de Kock

Player to keep an eye out for: Hardik Pandya

With 14 wickets at a normal of 26.7 and 373 keeps running at a normal of 46.6 and a SR of near 200, Hardik Pandya is having an incredible IPL. MI will need their magic all-rounder to flame against CSK in the primary qualifier.

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