Mumbai are expected to bring back Rahul Chahar in place of Jayant Yadav, who was included for a match-up advantage against left-handed loaded DC and RR.
Jasprit Bumrah is the key bowler for Mumbai Indians over the years. Jasprit Bumrah, who picked 2/14 in his quota against Rajasthan
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.
Nathan Coulter-Nile has continuously impressed in 2021, having given runs at an economy of 5.43. Against the Royals, he was at his sensational best
Neesham, who was brought in at the expense of a misfiring Krunal Pandya, returned with staggering figures of 3/12 in what was only his second outing in the 2021 edition
The Kishan show against Royals meant neither Kieron Pollard nor James Neesham’s services were needed with that bat.
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.
Saurabh Tiwary continued to be the in-and-out player for the team, playing only five of their 13 fixtures this season. His strike rate and slow approach continue to be in question but in a middle-order that has hardly clicked, an average of 57.50 for 115 runs does make better reading..
He has tallied 235 at an average of 18.07 and a strike rate of 129.83, in stark contrast to the previous season where his numbers 480 at 40 and 145.01.
Mumbai Indians broke their opening combination in the previous game by bringing in Ishan Kishan for Quinton de Kock and the move turned out to be an instant hit, with Kishan bludgeoning a 25-ball 50, including five fours and three sixes, which flattened Rajasthan Royals to defeat.
Rohit Sharma looked fluent himself in his 13-ball 22 that had a couple of sixes but perished to Chetan Sakariya after the brisk start. While Sharma has not been able to emulate his Indian leg performance in the UAE