Almost five months after the 2020 final, the Indian Premier League is back in the spotlight. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore will begin hearings on Friday at MA Chidambaram Stadium.Bet Now!
Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya are contenders for the Top 6 of the Indian team and are stable players in the core of the Mumbai Indians. What already initially increases the advantage of the Blue Army
Now add players like Quinton de Kock and Kieron Pollard to the game and you have an unbeatable roster of players.
Ishan Kishan may play as wicket keeper, while Australian cricketer Chris Lynn will likely be teamed up with skipper Rohit Sharma. Former Kolkata Knight Riders Lynn was a member of the Mumbai Indians at IPL 2020, but did not receive any playing time during the entire season.
Kohli hopes to be successful this season, which is why he desperately needs reliable players and their support.
Devdutt Padikkal was one of the IPL 2020 openings and is entering the 2021 IPL amid the record-breaking Vijay Hazare Trophy. It is he who can become a reliable partner of Virat Kohli and help him be closer to victory.
Virat said he will open the IPL match and therefore Finch's absence will not be too noticeable. However, apart from Padikkal and Kohli, there is no quality Indian test. AB de Villiers and Glenn Maxwell will find themselves on the pitch, but it will take at least one high-level Indian batsman to balance the squad.
This is a potential problem that could affect the choice of the two remaining foreign players. We think RCB's choice will fall on Daniel Christian and Daniel Sam to try to cover two bases. This would add depth to their shots and strengthen the bowling game.
Mumbai Indians have won three of four previous matches against RCB
Our forecast - Mumbai Indians the match winner for 1.60
Mumbai Indians win the toss 1.90
Top team batesman Virat Kohli 1.66