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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)

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.

The Thrill Of Last Over Showing Again In IPL 2019, Know The Complete 6 Balls

Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant played pivotal innings to take DC home in this thrilling chase. This after SRH finished

Last over, Amit Mishra, DC vs SRH: IPL 2019 saw the thriller once again in the last over. During this, a disputed wicket also dropped. Let’s know how to win Delhi Capitals.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is another name for the thriller and In this season, these views shown many times. The Eliminator match played in Visakhapatnam between Delhi Capitals and Sunrise Hyderabad on Wednesday night was also the same type.

If both teams had to make the final in the second qualifier and keep the finalists alive, then they had to win this match. In such a situation, the pressure was too much. In the match, the Sunrisers Hyderabad team first scored a respectable score of 162 runs and Delhi had to make 163 runs in any situation. He never won the IPL eliminator before. Then what happened, let’s know.

It was such a situation: Delhi’s team responded good but at 111 runs, they had lost their five wickets. Rishabh Pant was the only hope for the pitch Rishabh also did not leave any stone unturned to win everyone’s heart and once again proved to be the star of his team.

Rishabh played a brilliant inning of 49 runs in 20 balls including 5 sixes and two fours. He was one run away from his half-century but Rishabh Pant was caught out on the fifth ball of the 19th over while trying to play big shots.

The match was now stuck as Delhi had lost 7 wickets and still needed 5 runs in the last over. Amit Mishra and 21-year-old West Indies batsman Keemo Paul was batting on the pitch.

This Is The Last Over (Bowler-K Khaleel Ahmed, Delhi Need 5 Runs)

The first ball-Khalil bowled a slow ball but out of the off-side too. This proved to be wide. Delhi got 1 run. Again, this ball has to be done. Now they need 4 runs in 6 balls.

First ball – Another slow ball, playing a shot in the third man direction on it, Amit Mishra took 1 run. Now Delhi needs 3 runs in 5 balls.

The second ball-short ball thrown, Keemo Paul failed to play it. No runs scored. Now Delhi needs 3 runs in 4 balls.

Third ball – This time the slow ball on the off stump, where Paul played a shot on midwicket and took 1. Now they need 2 runs in 3 balls.

The fourth ball – what is this! Amit Mishra runs for a run after playing the shot. The ball went straight into the hands of bowler K Khaleel Ahmed. Khaleel bowled Amit Mishra for a runout but Amit suddenly changed his direction and he got in the middle of the pitch. Khalil bowled the ball towards the wicket but he got off Amit Mishra’s feet. The Hyderabad team appealed to the umpire and Amit Mishra was out to “obstruct the field” according to the rules. The eighth wicket dropped and no run scored. Now Delhi needs 2 runs in 2 balls.

Fifth ball – this time Khaleel bowled a short ball but Keemo Paul plays a brilliant shot and took four. Along with that, Delhi made history by winning the match from 2 wickets as they were successful in winning the Eliminator for the first time.

Now Delhi Capitals will be up against Chennai Super Kings in the second qualifier. Whoever wins in the match scheduled on Friday and will face Mumbai Indians in the IPL final to be held on Sunday (May 12).

RR CRUSHED SRH BY 7 WICKETS, KNOW WHERE IS NOW ORANGE AND PURPLE CAP

 

Sanju Samson remained not out on 48 as RR beat SRH by 7 wickets. (IPL)

The Rajasthan Royals won a match by 7 wickets in the IPL against the Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Saturday. With this victory, Rajasthan has retained the possibility of reaching its playoffs. This victory of Rajasthan has benefitted Chennai Super Kings. This victory of Rajasthan has made Chennai the first team to reach the playoffs.

In the match played at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium, Rajasthan’s bowlers did not allow Hyderabad to score big. The hosts needed just 161 runs to win, which they achieved by losing three wickets in 19.1 overs. This was Rajasthan’s last match in his home where they won.

Rajasthan played seven matches in his home, from which he won three and got defeat in four matches. It was Rajasthan’s 12th match, out of which they won five and lost seven. After two points from this victory, it has got 10 points and it has come in sixth place in the table.

Orange Cap’s Player

David Warner of Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 37 runs on Saturday. He has scored 611 runs and he is still at the forefront of the Orange Cap race. Jonny Bairstow (445) on the second and Chris Gayle (444) on the third. Warner is ahead of 150 runs with both of these players.

Despite the match played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur, Kagiso Rabada is also capturing Purple-cap with 23 wickets. After them, Imran Tahir (17) on the second and Shreyas Gopal (15) on the third position. Gopal took 2 wickets for 30 runs against Hyderabad.

MUMBAI’S SPECTACULAR WIN, CHENNAI’S EMBARRASSING DEFEAT AT HOME GROUND

Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 46 runs on Friday in IPL-12. Mumbai has defeated Chennai this season for the second time. Earlier, in the match at the Wankhede stadium, Mumbai beat Chennai by 37 runs. Mumbai presented a challenge of 156 runs in the match played at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium.

In reply, Chennai’s team got stuck on 109 runs in 17.4 overs. This is the first defeat in their home in Chennai this season. With this victory, Mumbai has reached number two in the points table with 14 points. At the same, Chennai is at the top with points of 16 points in the points table.

The beginning of Chennai was very poor, so the team could not recover till the end. Chennai lost wickets at regular intervals. The poor condition of Chennai can be gauged from it that its seven batsmen could not even touch the double figures. Chennai’s Command Suresh Raina took over due to not being fit for regular captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Earlier, losing the toss

Mumbai was batting first, losing four wickets in 20 overs, set a score of 155 runs. Rohit Sharma (67), the highest run-getter for Mumbai, has scored. He hit six fours and three sixes in his 48-ball knock. This is Rohit’s first half-century in this season. Mumbai started poorly. Quinton de Kock returned to the pavilion in first wickets. Their wicket dropped on the team’s score of 24 runs.

Chennai won the toss and decided to bowl first. Chennai has made three changes in its team. Chennai replaced Murali Vijay, Mitchell Santner and Dhruv Shorey in the last eleven in place of Dhoni, Faf du Plessis, and Ravindra Jadeja. Another side, Mumbai made two changes in its team. Mumbai gave the chance to replace Ben Cutting and Mayank Markande with Evin Lewis and Anukul Roy. Roy had a debut match in the IPL.