Jayant Yadav, whose inclusion was termed a “tactical move” by MI coach Zaheer Khan, given the abundance of left-handers in DC.
Jasprit Bumrah is the key bowler for Mumbai Indians over the years. He has scalped the most wickets for his side, with 17 scalps in 12 matches at an economy of 7.59.
Trent Boult has played a key role in the Mumbai Indians' success.He took 12 wickets in 12 games at an economy of 8.12.
Each one in Jasprit Bumrah, Trent Boult and Nathan Coulter-Nile returned with a wicket each against their names in the previous fixture but Coulter-Nile’s 1/19 stood out in terms of economy.
Krunal, on the other hand, remained unbeaten on 13 off 15, while he once again bagged a powerplay wicket in his 2.1 overs that went for 18.
After a Player of the Match performance against Punjab Kings in Abu Dhabi, Kieron Pollard had a walkout against DC: he scored 6 off 9 and bowled just a solitary over of his skiddy medium-pace for no wicket.
Hardik Pandya’s bowling workload, which is zero, continues to be managed, and he would once again feature as a pure batter in the XI. Against DC, he was undone by an Avesh Khan corker for 17 off 18.
Tiwary has been given a severely out-of-touch Ishan Kishan’s spot and is expected to retain his place.
Breaking a rut of single-digit scores, Suryakumar Yadav showed a glimpse of return to form during his 26-ball 33, including two sixes and as many fours, in the previous fixture.
Neither Rohit Sharma nor Quinton de Kock got going against the Delhi Capitals in the previous encounter, which Mumbai lost by four wickets to complicate their qualification scenarios.de Kock fell to Axar Patel for 19 off 18.
Ever since the tournament resumption, both Rohit and de Kock have struggled to score fluentlyIn the previous game, Rohit was bounced out by Avesh Khan for 7 off 10.