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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)



Player to watch out for Quinton de Kock


KL Rahul Guides Kings XI Punjab To 6-Wicket Win Over SunRisers Hyderabad

L Rahul led Kings XI Punjab to won the fourth win of the season and helped in pursuing the chasing target of 150. It helped them to stay in third place on the league table.

On the slow pitch, after Chris Gayle was dismissed by Rashid Khan, Rahul shared a 114-run partnership with Mayank Agarwal. But SRH fought his fight after the exit of Agarwal and made it to a dramatic end in which Rahul hit a four and took 2 runs to take KXIP over the line with a ball to spare.

Monday wasn’t going to be a good day for SRH, as hosts Kings XI Punjab made a plan and then executed it with completely, breaking the Warner-Bairstow partnership quickly to prevent SRH score.

The hosts’ team made a century with KL Rahul (71 * off 53 balls) and Mayank Agarwal (55 runs for 43 runs) for the second wicket with 114 runs.

Kings XI Punjab’s Chris Gayle was dismissed by Rashid Khan, but scoring 86 runs in 11 overs despite the early dismissal. SRH needed early wickets but their failure to do so proved to be expensive because they could not win the match because of late fall of wickets. In the end, Kings XI won with one ball to spare.

When the Rahul and Mayank were separated in 18 over, Kings XI needed just 19 runs off 17 deliveries.

Earlier, in front of disciplined bowling, SRH could manage only two sixes and 12 boundaries through its full innings.

As after being out to Jonny Bairstow (wk) by Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Warner had no choice but to play alone and wait for opportunities. His 62 ball unbeaten 70 runs (6×4, 1×6) and a cameo of Deepak Hooda (14 *) helped SRH reach a respectable score of 150 for four wickets in 20 overs.

What Kings XI Punjab skipper Ashwin said after winning the match?

Sunrisers captain Bhuvneshwar Kumar said that he was happy with the efforts of his bowlers, especially with dew, a big factor in the second innings. “Of course, it’s very tough but I am very glad about the way I am bowling with the dew. It is a bit difficult with the yorkers and slow balls, but considering the dew, we have done our plans well, “he said.


RCB vs KKR, IPL 2019: Andre Russell was named the Man of the Match

After watching yesterday’s match, it seems that now the bowlers should be taught in the school, how to dismiss Russell. Because Russell hit 48 runs in the death over to win KKR

Due to the poor performance of bowler Siraj’s bowling, Marcus Stoinis was declared to be bowling for the remaining balls of the 18th over and perhaps Kohli did a big mistake. Because Russell made 23 runs on Marcus Stoinis’ balls.

The next over was all over for the RCB, as Russell made 3 consecutive sixes, one four and in the last ball of 19th over, he hit six again to score 28 runs.

In the early inning, everyone at the Chinnaswamy stadium was impressed with a masterful score of 84 runs in 49-ball by Virat Kohli that helped RCB score 205/3, but KKR overhauled it with five deliveries to spare.

The 108-run partnership with just 56 balls gave Bangalore an essential win after their best start in this IPL and made them score 53 in the first Powerplay. However, Yuzvendra Chahal and Pawan Negi jointly carried out Nitish Rana and Robin Uthappa to slow down the KKRR’s score. But after that Russell came and snuff out RCB hope to win the first match of the season.

Notions Of RCB Team Fail

When 53 runs were needed for 18 balls, the RCB team would have thought they were finally going to get their first points in the IPL 2019. But there were other plans of the Kolkata Knight Riders’ Andre Russell. When Mohammad Siraj threw consecutive 2 dot balls in the 18th over, he thought the situation is now under control. But for the RCB, that was the beginning of the end.

RCB captain Virat Kohli said that the performance of bowlers in the last four overs was unacceptable.

“There is no conjecture (where they lost), the last four overs which we threw were unacceptable. We needed to be more clever, nothing came and we were just loss match under pressure.

If you do not bowl with a lot of bravery in death overs, then it is always going to be difficult against the power-hitters like Russell, “Kohli.


IPL 2019: Delhi Capitals’ Win Over Kolkata Knight Riders

The match of Saturday, which was played between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders in Delhi on March 30, was very interesting. Delhi Capitals beat Knight Riders in Super Over. There was a lot of discussion of the batting of Prithvi Shaw and Andre Russell and the bowling of Kagiso Rabada and Kuldeep Yadav in the match.

Kolkata Knight Riders made a score of 61/5 in 9.1 overs against Delhi capitals on Saturday evening, reaching 185/8 in the 20th over. That’s probably not an unknown attempt in the world of T20 cricket. At one place of 43 balls and 95 runs, Russell and Captain Dinesh Karthik broke many myths about batting in T20 cricket.

Super over Match: – It Happened

Prithvi  Shaw, Shreyas Iyer, and Rishabh Pant, the next generation of Indian batting, which was prepared in the Delhi franchise, the performances of both Kartik and Russell were almost identical, which attacked the last end of the inning at the end of the match. After finishing at Delhi 185/6, to save 10 runs in Super Over, Much to the home team’s joy, Kagiso Rabada played in the right yorker.

When Kagiso Rabada was handed over to the super-overs by the Delhi capitals, his mind had a simple plan – to bowl six yorkers to prevent 10 runs.

Even though he did not succeed in his first delivery, due to which Andre Russell had sent out the first ball, he took the other five deliveries to the target, as a result, Kolkata Knight Riders stopped at 1 and 7 and Delhi won the match.

Prithvi Shaw Missed A Century In The Youngest Of The IPL With 1 Run

Prithvi Shaw missed out on making history on Saturday because he was out of the match at the score of 99 in the Ferozeshah Kotla against Kolkata Knight Riders. Chasing a challenging target of 186, Prithvi Shaw played 99 runs in 55 balls.

After Shreyas Iyer’s wicket fell, Shaw got off to bat in Super Over but did not face any ball.

If Prithvi Shaw became involved in its first IPL century, then in 19 years and 142 days, in the history of the league, the youngest player to become a hundred. Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Manish Pandey has the youngest record of putting the century in 19 years and 25 days in IPL.

In 19 over, It was a heart-breaking moment for Delhi’s capitals because Shaw missed a century from one run.


During the ninth match of the ongoing 12th season of the Indian Premier League between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians in Mohali, Kings XI Punjab defeated Mumbai Indians and won their second IPL match in 2019.

Punjab’s openers Lokesh Rahul and Chris Gayle (40) for chasing the target of 177 runs, gave their team a positive start by playing in an innings of 53 runs. While Gayle played quick but fire inning, after the wicket of Gayle it was Rahul who chased the target and played a complete inning of Punjab.

While not out until the end, Rahul scored 71 * (57) and scored with the help of six fours and a six. Due to the low strike rate, the right-handed batsman got a lot of shock in the beginning. Mayank Agarwal scored 43 runs in 21 balls before he handed a catch to Krunal Pandya in his own over. This is Punjab’s second win.

Earlier, Mumbai Indians finished at 176/7 in their 20 over quota. At one time, Mumbai was looking closer to 200. But due to falling wickets at regular intervals, the run rate had slowed down and they ended at less than their expectations. Quinton de Kock remained the star of the visitors because he made his first half-century for Mumbai and the seventh overall. Left-handed batsman out for 60 runs

After Gayle’s dismissal, KXIP were in pressure or not?

Gayle got out to give his team a good score. For which, Rohit gave a lucky chance to the Krunal. Mayank came at number three and played a gem game.

At that time, Rahul was struggling, but Mayank ensured that there was no pressure on his partner. And when Mayank was dismissed, Rahul took complete control after these proceedings. He stayed till the end and gave Punjab his second win.