Cricket News sort by Mumbai XI

Unlike some of the other sides in IPL 2020, Sunrisers Hyderabad will have their destiny in their own hands when they face Mumbai Indians in the final league game at Sharjah on Tuesday. Courtesy a superior run-rate, a victory of any kind will see them through while a loss would knock them out. It will be easier said than done though as table-toppers and defending champions MI too would be keen to go into the play-offs on a high.

Yet another heavy defeat to Delhi, their fourth in a row. Their batsmen struggled for momentum and could only put 110 on the board, which was no challenge for table toppers Mumbai as they steamrolled Delhi bowlers with Kishan leading the way with a fine knock of 72*(47).

Defending champions Mumbai Indians, who have confirmed their play-offs berth will be keen to continue their impressive run when they face Delhi Capitals in match number 51 of IPL 2020 at Dubai on Saturday, the first game of the double-header. While Mumbai will go into the match high on confidence, Delhi have a few headaches to deal with as they are on a three-match losing streak. They purple patch during the first half of IPL 2020 now seems like distant memory.

Suryakumar Yadav played a responsible knock of 79 from 43 as Mumbai Indians have almost booked their spot in the playoffs. Bangalore were looking set for a 180 plus score at the 15 over stage, but Bumrah pulled back things considerably as RCB had to settle for 165.

Rajasthan Royals kept their playoff hopes alive by a comprehensive win over the table toppers Mumbai Indians as they chased down 195 with ridiculous ease courtesy Stokes 107*(60) and Samson 54*(31).

The Chennai Super Kings were handed their first 10 wicket loss at the hand of their arch rivals Mumbai Indians. Boult (4-18) and Bumrah (2-25) restricted CSK for 114 before Kishan’s blistering 68*(37) took them home with more than seven overs to spare.

The two teams who kicked off IPL 2020, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, will clash again in match number 41 of the tournament at Sharjah on Friday. CSK beat MI rather comprehensively in the first meeting between the teams this year. However, the fortunes of the two sides have changed drastically since. Chennai are languishing at the bottom of the points table with only three wins from 10 matches. Mumbai, on the other hand, are in the top three with six wins from nine games.

A thriller, a nail biter, a humdinger - call it whatever you want. We experienced some unprecedented situations as not only the match was tied, but the super over was also tied and we had another super over to decide the winner. Eventually, it was Punjab who managed to get over the line as they edged past RR and CSK to reach the 6th spot on the points table.

It will be the battle of contrasting fortunes when Mumbai Indians take on Kings XI Punjab in match number 36 of IPL 2020 at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. With six wins in eight matches, including the last five in a row, Mumbai are well on their way to progress to the play-offs. KXIP, in contrast, have been below ordinary despite their openers skipper KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal being the top two run-getters in IPL 2020 so far. They would be glad to have broken the losing jinx against RCB though, the only team they have beaten in this year’s edition so far