IPL 2022: Match 59, CSK vs MI Stats Preview, Player Stats & Approaching Milestones

IPL 2022, Match 59 CSK vs MI, Stats Preview: Players records and approaching milestones

MS Dhoni (196) requires four sixes to complete 200 maximums for CSK in the IPL.

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Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians will be facing each other in the 59th match of IPL 2022, to be played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. So far in this IPL, both MI and CSK have struggled at the bottom two spots of the points table, with CSK winning four and losing seven, and MI winning two and losing nine.

Both teams are yet to win at Wankhede Stadium in IPL 2022, with CSK losing both matches they played, and MI losing to LSG in the only match they played at the venue. This is a do-or-die match for CSK to qualify for the playoffs, while MI have already been eliminated. When both the teams faced earlier in the season, CSK won by three wickets in a last-ball chase.

For the CSK, their opening Ruturaj Gaikwad and Devon Conway has been in great form. Shivam Dube and Ambati Rayudu have also been in good touch while captain MS Dhoni has played some valuable cameos this season.  Maheesh Theekshana, Mukesh Choudhary, and Dwayne Bravo have been brilliant with the ball.

The batting form of MI’s captain Rohit Sharma has been a concern. However, hs opening partner Ishan Kishan had a good last three matches. Tilak Varma and Tim David have also played useful knocks for the team while Jasprit Bumrah, who had been completely out of form in the first ten matches of the season, took a brilliant five-wicket haul last match against KKR.

Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers ahead of Match 59 between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League 2022:

Head to head: Both the teams faced each other in 33 IPL matches, with MI winning 19 and CSK winning 14.

1 – Dwayne Bravo, with 33 wickets against MI, needs just one wicket to overtake Umesh Yadav and have the most wickets against a single opposition in the IPL.

5MS Dhoni needs to hit five more fours to reach 500 fours in T20 cricket.

 2 – Moeen Ali needs to hit two sixes to reach 50 sixes in the IPL. He will become the third England cricketer to the milestone, after Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan.

3 – Ambati Rayudu needs three more fours to reach 350 fours in the IPL.

5 – The last five IPL matches have all seen the team batting first win the match by a margin of more than 50 runs.

13 – Moeen Ali needs13 runs to reach 500 runs for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL.

200 – MS Dhoni will be batting his 200th innings for Chennai Super Kings in T20 cricket. He will become the second player to bat in 200 innings for a single team in the format, after Virat Kohli for RCB.

583 – Runs scored by Kieron Pollard against Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, at a strike-rate of 171.98. The only player with 500+ runs against an opposition at a higher strike-rate is Chris Gayle against PBKS.

5 – Shivam Dube (45) requires five fours to reach 50 fours in the cash-rich league.

7 – Rohit Sharma (893) is seven fours away from reaching 900 fours in T20 cricket.

49 – Robin Uthappa (4951) is 49 runs away from completing 5000 runs in the tournament.

2 – Jasprit Bumrah (248) needs two scalps to complete 250 wickets in the T20 matches.

4 – Dhoni (196) requires four sixes to complete 200 maximums for CSK in the IPL.

8 – Ambati Rayudu (142) is eight fours away from reaching 150 fours for CSK in the IPL.

8 – Ruturaj Gaikwad (42) needs eight sixes to get to 50 sixes in the IPL.

4 – Devon Conway (3996) needs just four runs to complete the landmark of 4000 runs in T20 cricket.

8 – Dwayne Bravo (992) is eight runs short of completing 1000 runs for CSK in the league.

3 – Bravo (47) also needs three sixes to get to 50 sixes for CSK in the IPL.

86 – Rohit (4914) is 86 runs short of completing 5000 runs for MI in T20 cricket.

46 – Ishan Kishan (1454) requires 46 runs to complete 1500 runs for MI in the IPL.