Category: Indian Premier League 2019

KKR vs SRH, IPL 2021, 3rd Match:- Manish Pandey’s blistering inning also didn’t catch Kolkata from victory

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In the third match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, Sunrisers Hyderabad played a match with Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday. Kolkata Knight Riders won the match by 10 runs. Chasing the target of 188 runs, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s team was able to score 177 runs after losing 5 wickets in 20 overs. For Sunrisers Hyderabad, Manish Pandey scored the highest 61 runs and remained unbeaten. Apart from him, Johnny Bairstow scored 55 runs. He hit three sixes and five fours in his innings.

For KKR, the famous Krishna took the maximum wickets which were two. Apart from him, Pat Cummins, Shakib Ali Hassan, and Andre Russell took one wicket. Sunrisers Hyderabad had a poor start. David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha returned to the pavilion within 7 runs. Warner became the victim of Siddha Krishna after scoring 3 runs. Saha was out on the first ball of Shakib Al Hasan’s over. Earlier, after Kolkata Knight Riders invited for batting, half-centuries from opener Nitish Rana (80) and Rahul Tripathi (53) set a challenging target of 187 for six against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Rashid Khan bowled the best for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He took two wickets for 24 runs. Apart from him, the other bowlers of the team did not look so effective on the wicket suited to the batsmen.

Left-handed opener Nitish Rana gave the team a brilliant start. Shubman Gill was initially quite calm. He hit three consecutive four off Sandeep Sharma’s balls. Gill then hit a six off Natarajan. The run speed of Kolkata Knight Riders was affected as Rashid handled the ball. Rashid dodges Gill and uproots his stumps. Gill scored 15 runs. Rana stood firmly at the other end and completed his half-century with a six off Vijay Shankar. Rahul Tripathi, who replaced Gill, was also full of confidence and he steadily moved his innings forward. He hit the third man after hitting a six over Bhubaneswar. Tripathi completed his half-century with another four off Bhuvneshwar, but Natarajan soon sent him to the pavilion.

Rahul Tripathi scored 53 runs off 29 balls. Rana and Rahul Tripathi shared a 93-run partnership for the second wicket. After this, Rashid again sent the dangerous Andre Russell to the pavilion for 5 runs. Mohammad Nabi consistently dismissed Rana and Eoin Morgan (02) in their 18th over. He took two wickets for 32 runs. Dinesh Karthik finally extended the Kolkata Knight Riders innings by scoring an unbeaten 22 off nine balls, but despite this, the team could manage only 42 runs in the final five overs.

MI vs RCB, IPL 2021 Highlights: De Villiers, Harshal shine as Bangalore beats Mumbai by two wickets

MI vs RCB Live Score, IPL 2021 : हर्षल पटेल के आगे बेदम हुए मुंबई इंडियंस, रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बैंगलोर को मिला 160 रन का लक्ष्य | MI vs RCB live score IPL

#MIvsRCB, #IPL2021 Highlights: King Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) defeated the defending champions Mumbai Indians by two wickets in the season-opener. AB de Villiers smashed 48 runs in 27 balls to take RCB close to the win after they lost quick wickets in the 160-run chase. But it was Harshal Patel who scored the winning run after AB de Villiers was run out in the final over. Harshal Patel starred with the ball for RCB as he picked up five wickets of Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Krunal, Ishan Kishan, and Marco Jensen as Mumbai finished at 159/9 in 20 overs after being asked to bat first.

IPL 2019 Final: Mumbai Beat Chennai By 1 Run, Win The Fourth Title

Lasith Malinga redeemed himself as he dismissed Shardul Thakur on the last ball of the match and with that Mumbai beat Chennai by 1 run to claim

Mumbai Indians defeated their rival Chennai Super Kings by 1 run in the IPL final in 2019 and won the title for the fourth time. In the match played at Hyderabad-based Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat first.

But the Chennai Super Kings bowler proved Rohit’s decision wrong, while Chennai Super Kings prevented Mumbai Indians for 149 for 8 wickets in 20 overs. For the last over for Chennai, all was going well but Shane Watson (80) was run out. Chennai needed 2 runs to win the final ball. Lasith Malinga poked Shardul Thakur on the same over and put the fourth IPL title in the Mumbai account. Chennai could score 148 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs.

Run Out Of Shane Watson Proved To Be Turning Point

Shane Watson hit eight fours and four sixes in 59 balls. Watson also got three lives in this match, but he still could not win the match against Chennai. With this, Mumbai once again prevented Chennai from winning the finals. It was the fourth time that Chennai and Mumbai were playing final, out of which three have won Mumbai.

Chasing a target of 150 runs, Chennai started a brisk start, but Mumbai was quick to make a comeback and upset him.

Du Plessis (26), who constantly shot big shot, was pumped by Kunal Pandya to Quinton de Coke. He was dismissed for a total score of 33. Watson and Suresh Raina (8) brought the team’s score to 70.

Watson retained one end. They kept Chennai in the match, raising 20-20 runs in Malinga’s 16th and Krunal 18th over. Dwayne Bravo (15) was supported by Watson in the 19th over. Chennai needed 9 runs in the last over.

Watson’s hopes of winning Chennai’s win were intact. But Watson was run out for two runs in the fourth ball. Four runs were needed on the next two balls. Thakur scored 2 runs on the fifth ball, but the last ball was bowled out. Jaspreet Bumrah, ‘Match of the Match’ was selected.

Kieron Pollard Brought Mumbai To A Respectable Score

Earlier, on getting the bat feasts, the first innings was not enough to score a big score. In the last five overs, with Kieron Pollard, Mumbai could only manage 47 runs and during this time they lost three wickets.

Pollard hit two fours in the last two balls of the last over but before this Dwayne Bravo kept him back in the prior over. Pollard played an unbeaten 41 off 25 balls, including three fours and three sixes. Deepak Chahar took 3 wickets for Chennai. Shardul Thakur and Imran Tahir got 2-2 wickets.

Dream 11 Prediction CSK V/S MI IPL Final 2019

Dream 11 Prediction CSK V/S MI IPL Final 2019

The two best teams of IPL 2019 – Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will go to battle against each other where the spirit of Rohit Sharma’s intestine battle will face the strategic skill of MS Dhoni in Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal Hyderabad for this season’s title.

While CSK had said that in the first half of the tournament, MI returned to the tournament after a bad start. Both teams are the winners of the IPL title thrice and are the most successful team in the history of the league, and both are with the fourth title, this is going to be a tough fight.

My Dream XI Team

Quinton de Kock (CAPTAIN), Kieron Pollard, Rohit Sharma, Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis, Hardik Pandya (VICE-CAPTAIN), Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Rahul Chahar, Imran Tahir, Deepak Chahar

Team News

Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians have a tried and mixed team combination that almost all names are certain in the playing eleven. For some time, the number 4 spot was up for grabs, but even that puzzle has been solved by claiming that Ishaan Kishan. Depending on the surface, MI may opt for a fast bowler in Mitchell  McClenaghan or may fall back on Jayant Yadav’s off-spin.

Chennai Super Kings

During the entire tournament, CSK batting has been struggling against the Mumbai Indians. Therefore, to take back Murali Vijay in place of Shardul Thakur will not be a bad thing. Thakur has thrown just one over in the qualifier 2 against Delhi’s capitals, who can question his fitness.

Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians possible eleven players:

MI likely XI: 1 Rohit Sharma (capt), 2 Quinton de Kock (wk), 3 Suryakumar Yadav, 4 Ishan Kishan, 5 Kieron Pollard, 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Krunal Pandya, 8 Mitchell McClenaghan/Jayant Yadav, 9 Rahul Chahar, 10 Jasprit Bumrah, 11 Lasith Malinga

CSK likely XI: 1 Shane Watson, 2 Faf du Plessis, 3 Suresh Raina, 4 Ambati Rayudu, 5 MS Dhoni (capt/wk), 6 Murali Vijay, 7 Dwayne Bravo, 8 Ravindra Jadeja, 9 Harbhajan Singh, 10 Deepak Chahar, 11 Imran Tahir

Head to Head (IPL matches)

Matches played: 27

Won by MI: 16 (58%)

Won by CSK: 11 (42%)

In IPL playoffs:

Won by MI: 2

Won by CSK: 3

Form Guide (most recent first)

MI: W W W L W

CSK: W L W L W

Player to watch out for Quinton de Kock

IPL 2019; 2nd QLFR: Chennai Break Delhi’s Dream, Reached In Final

IPL 2019; 2nd QLFR: Chennai Break Delhi’s Dream, Reached In Final

The second qualifier match of IPL 2019 was played between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals at Visakhapatnam’s YS Rajasekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium. In this match, Chennai defeated Delhi by six wickets to enter the finals of the 12th edition of the IPL. In the final, Chennai will compete with Mumbai on May 12 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.

Batting first, losing the toss in the match, Delhi Capitals scored 147 for 9 in 20 overs. Rishabh Pant top scored with 38 runs for Delhi. For Chennai, Bhajji, Chahar, Jadeja, and Bravo took 2-2 wickets. Imran Tahir’s took 1 wicket.

Delhi Did Not Recover From Bad Start

Delhi Capitals started poorly in the match but that they could not recover till the end. Delhi had lost 5 wickets for just 80 runs in 12.5 overs at a time. Rishabh Pant held one end and led Delhi to a respectable score by taking small partnerships with lower-order batsmen.

Ishant Sharma and Amit Mishra got the boundary in the last two overs, brought Delhi’s score to 147, otherwise, it was difficult to score a score of 130. Prithvi Shaw 5 and Shikhar Dhawan scored 18 runs. Colin Munro scored 27 runs. In response to this, Chennai’s start is a great one.

Du Plessis And Watson Hit 50

Openers Shane Watson and Faf du Plessis of Chennai struggled to make runs for the first four overs. But the good thing was that the wicket did not fall. After this du Plessis changed his gear and convincingly with Watson, the score of Chennai reached 81 in 10.1 overs without any loss.

Du Plessis was dismissed in 39 balls with 7 fours and 1 sixes. Shane Watson also scored 50 runs in 32 balls with 3 fours and 4 sixes. Suresh Raina scored 11 and MS Dhoni scored 9 runs. Ambati Rayudu remained unbeaten on 20 runs. Dwayne Bravo also returned unbeaten without opening the account. For Delhi, Bolt, Ishant, Akshar, and Amit Mishra took 1-1 wicket.