MI vs CSK Dream 11 Team Prediction, IPL 2022: In the 33rd match of IPL today, Mumbai Indians will face Chennai Super Kings. This match will be played at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. Know which player is the real match
Mumbai Indians are on the verge of being dropped after six losses
On the verge of being eliminated after six consecutive defeats. Mumbai Indians will try to keep their hopes alive in the IPL by registering a win against Chennai Super Kings today. Five-time champion Mumbai team has not won a single match in the 15th season of IPL.
Rohit Sharma’s team is on the verge of being out of the tournament
If there is a defeat from Chennai, then Rohit Sharma’s team will be out of the tournament. Defending champions Chennai (CSK) is also not in a good position and is only one place above the bottom-placed Mumbai in the points table. His team has also lost five out of six matches. Chennai will also be on the verge of being out if they lose.
The biggest concern for Mumbai is the form of captain Rohit Sharma. He has scored only 114 runs in six matches. If Mumbai has to chase the target or make a big score while playing first, then Rohit will have to play big innings.
Big players of Mumbai have been a flop
The biggest concern for Mumbai is the form of skipper Rohit Sharma, who has scored only 114 runs in six matches. If Mumbai wants to chase the target or score big while playing first, then Rohit will have to play big innings. Young batsman Ishan Kishan has also not been able to justify his hefty price tag of Rs 15.25 crore. He has scored more than 191 runs in six matches with the help of two half-centuries.
Batsmen are looting runs for Mumbai
For Mumbai, bowling is more of a concern than batting. Barring Jasprit Bumrah, his other bowlers have performed poorly so far. Tymal Mills, Jaydev Unadkat, Basil Thampi, or main spinner Murugan Ashwin will have to put in their best now. Mills conceded 54 runs in three overs against Lucknow Super Giants in his last match, while Unadkat and Murugan Ashwin conceded 32 and 33 respectively. Mumbai tried Fabian Allen but that too was conceded 46 runs in four overs.
Ruturaj of Chennai caught the rhythm
Ruturaj Gaikwad’s return to form is a positive sign for Chennai. He scored 73 runs in 48 balls in the last match against Gujarat Titans. Robin Uthappa and Shivam Dubey presented a fine example of their aggressive batting against the Royal Challengers Bangalore. But against Gujarat, they could not run. Dubey needs to shoulder more responsibility in the middle order along with Ambati Rayudu and Moeen Ali. Captain Ravindra Jadeja and Mahendra Singh Dhoni can play the role of finishers.