SRH vs MI | 31st IPL Match Team and Analysis | 04-05-2021 19:30 |1|1

 Indian Premier League Match-31 Prediction 

 Match:  MI vs SRH Fantasy Team Prediction  
 Time:   04 May, 07:30 PM (IST)  

 Series::  Indian Premier League 2021  
 Venue:  Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi. 


 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played    17
SRH Won               08
MI Won                  09

No Result/Tie         00


 Recent Form: 

SRH: 
 L,    L,    L,    W,   L
❌  ❌  ❌   ✅  

MI: 
W,    W,   L,    L,   W
✅     ❌ ❌  


 Info: 

  • The 2021 IPL has been a tournament to forget so far for Sunrisers Hyderabad. However, Jonny Bairstow has led from the front with his batting and has 248 runs to his name. Manish Pandey has also hit two half centuries and is averaging 48.25. With the ball, Rashid Khan has 10 wickets at 17.20, an identical average to 2020.
  • Mumbai Indians’ captain Rohit Sharma has only one half century so far but has scored the most runs for his side. He has 250 at a strike rate of 128.20, a very similar rate to his last two seasons. With the ball, the Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah trio continue to deliver and have taken 25 wickets between them.
  • New Sunrisers’ captain Kane Williamson was dismissed for the first time in the tournament in their last game against Rajasthan Royals and comes into this match with an average at 128. Kieron Pollard smashed 87 from 34 balls against Chennai Super Kings, an innings which included 8 sixes. This was a record for this year’s IPL equalled by Jos Buttler 24 hours later.
 Live Streaming
Live Streaming: Fans in India can stream the match on Disney+ Hotstar.
 TV Channels
The match can be watched live on Star Sports in India, Sky Cricket in the UK and Willow TV in the USA.
 Toss Predictions
The only team to win the toss and bat first in Delhi was Sunrisers Hyderabad, however, that was with David Warner as captain. Both Kane Williamson and Rohit Sharma have chosen to field first at this ground since, and we expect them to do the same.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
Partly cloudy with the temperature falling from the mid to low thirties during the game.
🏟️ Pitch:
The Delhi pitch is certainly one the batsmen prefer rather than the bowlers. In the last four innings only one team have failed to post a score above 200.

 Team NEWS: 

 SRH Team News: 
The new look Sunrisers Hyderabad were well beaten by a Jos Buttler inspired Rajasthan Royals last time out. They made three changes with David Warner, Jagadeesha Suchith and Siddarth Kaul replaced by Mohammad Nabi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Abdul Samad.

 MI Team News: 
Successive wins have given the table a much more pleasant look for fans of Mumbai Indians and they now look well placed to mount a competitive defence of their title. They brought in Dhawal Kulkarni and Jimmy Neesham in the win against CSK and it would be a surprise to see them change their XI for this fixture.
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 Hyderabad 

Jonny Bairstow (wk)
Manish Pandey
Kane Williamson(C)
Vijay Shankar
Kedar Jadhav / W Saha
Abdul Samad
M Nabi / J Holder
Rashid Khan
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
S Sharma / S Kaul
Khaleel Ahmed
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 Mumbai 

Rohit Sharma (c)
Quinton de Kock
Suryakumar Yadav
Krunal Pandya
Kieron Pollard
Hardik Pandya
Jimmy Neesham
Rahul Chahar
D Kulkarni / A Tendulkar
Jasprit Bumrah
Trent Boult.
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M31 SL
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Other C / VC Options: J Bairstow & Rohit

 📺 Our Final team be added after the toss, 
 ℹ️ Grand League Team Added in Final team Section 


 Players H2H Battle: 

Chris Lynn Against M Nabi
24 balls 44 runs 03 out

Chris Lynn Against Rashid Khan
43 balls 41 runs 03 out


Q D K Against B Kumar
32 balls 33 runs 00 out

Q D K Against Rashid Khan
43 balls 49 runs 01 out

Rohit Sharma Against Rashid Khan
14 balls 18 runs 01 out

Hardik Pandya Against Rashid Khan
33 balls 18 runs 02 out


Rohit Sharma Against B Kumar
30 balls 41 runs 00 out

Rohit Sharma Against Sandeep Sharma
31 balls 26 runs 02 out


K Pollard against Rashid Khan
63 balls 53 runs 01 out

K Pollard against B Kumar
22 balls 41 runs 02 out

Ishan Kishan against Sandeep Sharma
17 balls 23 runs 02 out


D Warner against T Boult
21 balls 23 runs 00 out

D Warner against Jasprit Bumrah
26 balls 29 runs 00 out


W Saha against J Bumrah
31 balls 33 runs 01 out


Suryakumar against Sandeep Sharma
24 balls 20 runs 02 out

Manish Pandey against Hardik Pandaya
17 balls 22 runs 02 out

Manish Pandey against R Chahar
22 balls 24 runs 01 out


Manish Pandey against J Bumrah
16 balls 36 runs 00 out

Kane Williamson against N Coulter Nile
21 balls 29 runs 01 out

Kane Williamson against T Boult
14 balls 22 runs 01 out


J Bairstow against T Boult
11 balls 25 runs 01 out

J Roy against P Chawla
8 balls 6 runs 02 out


 SRH Key Players: 

 Jonny Bairstow: 
The England batsman had an incredible debut season in the IPL, hitting 445 runs at an average of 55.62. Comparatively last year’s efforts were poor but he looks back to his best in IPL 2021. 


 Kane Williamson: 

Taking over a struggling team midway through a competition is tough, but the New Zealand captain will lead from the front and is one of the most consistent batsmen around.

 Rashid Khan: 
He has outbowled his team-mates in most games so far in the tournament but in the last game the difference between the two was marked. His economy rate was 6.00 with the others ranging from 9.25 – 21.00.


 MI Key Players: 

 Rohit Sharma: 
 The calm and relaxed captain exudes authority in the field and has made very useful contributions with the bat in nearly every game. A big, IPL-defining innings may well be around the corner. 


 Kieron Pollard: 
Even if he were to retire now, people would talk for decades to come about that innings against CSK. Any opposition will always be wary when he comes to the crease.

 Jasprit Bumrah: 
India’s star bowler conceded 58 runs against CSK, the most he has ever conceded in a T20. However, he still took the crucial wicket of Moeen Ali which may well have been the difference between victory and defeat.


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 Team Forms: 

 SRH Team Form: 
The change in captaincy didn’t bring about an immediate change in fortunes. Sunrisers have now lost their last three games and six of seven in the 2021 IPL.

 MI Team Form: 
After completing the second highest IPL run chase in history, you can make a strong argument that Mumbai Indians are coming into form at the right time. They now have two successive wins and crucially, their batting is firing.

 SQUAD: 
 Sunriser Hyderabad: 

David Warner (Captain), Kane Williamson, Jonny Bairstow (WK), Manish Pandey, Sreevats Goswami (WK), Wriddhiman Saha (WK), Kedar Jadhav, Priyam Garg, Vijay Shankar, Abhishek Sharma, Abdul Samad, Virat Singh, Mitchell Marsh, Jason Holder, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, T. Natarajan, Sandeep Sharma, Khaleel Ahmed, Siddarth Kaul, Basil Thampi, Jagadeesha Suchith, Mujeeb-ur-Rahman.

 Mumbai Indians: 

Rohit Sharma (Captain), Aditya Tare, Anmolpreet Singh, Anukul Roy, Dhawal Kulkarni, Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Jasprit Bumrah, Jayant Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Quinton de Kock, Rahul Chahar, Suryakumar Yadav, Chris Lynn, Mohsin Khan, Saurabh Tiwary, Trent Boult, Adam Milne, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Piyush Chawla, James Neesham, Yudhvir Charak, Marco Jansen, Arjun Tendulkar.

 *Must Watch Team Guide Section for Stats & Player Forms etc. 




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 Head to Head  -Last 3 years: 

Matches Played:     07
SRH WON:             03
MI WON:                03
No Result:               01

 Top Run Scorer in Last 5 Matches: 

 SRH:  Jonny Bairstow 
181 Runs with 45.25 Average

 MI:  Rohit Sharma 
188 Run with 37.60 Average


 Top Wicket Taker in Last 5 Matches: 

 SRH:  Rashid Khan 
06 Wkts, Average 22.5

 MI:  Rahul Chahar 
07 Wkts, Average 18.86

+ Ground and Pitch info about
Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi

 Last T20 Matches on this Ground: 

1. Rajasthan Royals v Sunrisers Hyderabad
RR 220-3 SRH 165-8
Pacer – 9
Spinner – 2
Scores
BAT :
Manish Pandey – 31(20)
Jonny Bairstow – 30(21)
Kane Williamson – 20(21)

2. Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super kings
CSK 218-4 MI 219-6
Pacer – 8
Spinner – 2
Scores
BAT:
Keiron Pollard – 87(34)*
Quinton de Kock – 38(28)
Rohit sharma – 35(24)
Krunal Pandya – 32(33)
BOWL :
Keiron Pollard – 2/12(2)

3. Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals
RR 171-4 MI 172-3
Pacer – 5
Spinner – 2
Scores
BAT :
Quinton de Kock – 70(50)*
Krunal Pandya – 39(26)
BOWL :
Rahul Chahar – 2/33(4)

4. Chennai Super kings v Sunrisers Hyderabad
SRH 171-3 CSK173-3
Pacer – 3
Spinner – 3
Scores
BAT :
Manish Pandey – 61(46)
David Warner – 57(55)
BOWL :
Rashid Khan – 3/36(4)

5. Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Capitals
RR 115-9 DC 121-5
Pacer – 5
Spinner – 8

Total:
Pacer – 30
Spinner – 17

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Avg Score:
Batting 1st- 179
Batting 2nd- 170


 Players Form @ Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi & H2H Stats: 

 ‍SRH @ Arun Jaitley Stadium & H2H Against MI 

Wicket Keeper:

Jonny Bairstow –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 85, Avg – 28
H2H
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 84, Avg – 28
Wriddhiman Saha –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 5, Runs – 46, Avg – 11
H2H
BAT – Match – 15, Innings – 12, Runs – 348, Avg – 44
Shreevats Goswami –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 22, Avg – 22
H2H
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 21, Avg – 5
BATSMAN :
Kane Williamson –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 213, Avg – 53
H2H
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 5, Runs – 43, Avg – 8
David Warner –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 31, Innings – 31, Runs – 825, Avg – 31
H2H
BAT – Match – 19, Innings – 19, Runs – 661, Avg – 44
Manish Pandey – 
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 7, Runs – 230, Avg – 46
H2H
BAT – Match – 20, Innings – 19, Runs – 580, Avg – 34
Virat Singh – Legbreak
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Record found
Jason Roy –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 5, Runs – 148, Avg – 30
Kedar Jadhav –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 22, Innings – 19, Runs – 294, Avg – 25
H2H
BAT – Match – 13, Innings – 10, Runs – 164, Avg – 27
Priyam Garg-
On this Ground
LA – BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 5, Runs – 124, Avg – 31
H2H
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 1, Runs – 8, Avg – 8
Abdul Samad – Legbreak
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 10, Avg – 10
H2H
BAT – Match – 3, Innings -2, Runs – 27, Avg – 14
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 0
ALL-ROUNDER :
Jason Holder – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 2, Runs – 6, Avg – 6
BOWL – Over – 10, Wkt – 2, Sr – 30
H2H
BOWL – Over – 4, Wkt – 2, Sr – 12
Vijay Shankar – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 8, Runs – 141, Avg – 47
BOWL – Over – 5, Wkt – 1, Sr – 30
H2H
BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 6, Runs – 104, Avg – 26
BOWL – Over – 3, Wkt -2, Sr – 9
Mohammad Nabi – Right Arm Off-break
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 46, Avg – 23
BOWL – Over – 9, Wkt – 4, Sr – 12
H2H
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Runs – 56, Avg – 18
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 4, Sr – 22
Abhishek Sharma – Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 63, Avg – 63
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 2, Sr – 45
H2H
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 29, Avg – 10
BOWL – Over – 1, Wkt – 0
BOWLER : 
Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 31, Wkt – 11, Sr – 16
H2H
BOWL – Over – 51, Wkt – 18, Sr – 17
Khaleel Ahmed – Left Arm Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 12, Wkt – 1, Sr – 72
H2H
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 4, Sr – 12
Sandeep Sharma – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 57, Wkt – 17, Sr – 19
H2H
BOWL – Over – 50, Wkt – 18, Sr – 16
Siddharth Kaul – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 58, Wkt – 10, Sr – 34
H2H
BOWL – Over – 22, Wkt – 12, Sr – 11
T Natarajan- Left Arm Fast Medium
H2H
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 4, Sr – 12
Shahbaz Nadeem – Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 75, Wkt – 15, Sr – 30
H2H
BOWL – Over – 40, Wkt – 9, Sr – 26
Rashid Khan – Legbreak Googly
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 24, Wkt – 7, Sr – 20
H2H
BOWL – Over – 36, Wkt – 8, Sr – 27
Basil Thampi – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 4, Wkt – 1, Sr – 24
H2H
BOWL – Over – 14, Wkt – 5, Sr – 16
Jagadeesha Suchith – Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 3, Wkt – 0
Mujeeb ur Rahman – Right Arm Off-break
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 4, Wkt – 2, Sr – 12
H2H
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 7, Sr – 13


 ‍MI @ Arun Jaitley Stadium & H2H Against SRH: 

Wicket Keeper :

Quinton de Kock –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 12, Innings – 12, Runs – 309, Avg – 31
H2H
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 10, Runs – 371, Avg – 41
Ishan Kishan –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 11, Avg – 3
H2H
BAT – Match – 7, Innings – 7, Runs – 163, Avg – 24
Aditya Tare –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 24, Avg – 12
H2H
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 7, Avg – 7
BATSMAN :
Rohit Sharma –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 18, Innings – 18, Runs – 561, Avg – 35
H2H
BAT – Match – 17, Innings – 17, Runs – 259, Avg – 18
Suryakumar Yadav –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 9, Innings – 8, Runs – 132, Avg – 16
H2H
BAT – Match – 16, Innings – 13, Runs – 218, Avg – 22
Anmolpreet Singh –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 40, Avg – 10
Chris Lynn –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 25, Avg – 13
H2H
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 216, Avg – 36
Saurabh Tiwary –
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 4, Runs – 105, Avg – 35
H2H
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 3, Runs – 36, Avg – 18
ALL-ROUNDER :
Hardik Pandya – Right Arm Medium Fast
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 8, Innings – 7, Runs – 106, Avg – 21
BOWL – Over – 11, Wkt – 3, Sr – 22
H2H
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 9, Runs – 96, Avg – 12
BOWL – Over – 15, Wkt – 5, Sr – 18
Kieron Pollard – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 15, Innings – 14, Runs – 312, Avg – 39
BOWL – Over – 26, Wkt – 8, Sr – 21
H2H
BAT – Match – 16, Innings – 15, Runs – 418, Avg – 46
BOWL – Over – 16, Wkt – 1, Sr – 96
Krunal Pandya -Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 6, Innings – 6, Runs – 163, Avg – 41
BOWL – Over – 13, Wkt – 2, Sr – 39
H2H
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 10, Runs – 180, Avg – 30
BOWL – Over – 22, Wkt – 4, Sr – 33
Anukul Roy- Left Arm Orthodox
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Info Found
James Neesham – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 0
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 0
Marco Jansen – Left Arm Fast
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Info Found
Arjun Tendulkar – Left Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Info Found
BOWLER :
Dhawal Kulkarni – Right Arm Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 22, Wkt – 4, Sr – 33
H2H
BOWL – Over – 38, Wkt – 7, Sr – 33
Jasprit Bumrah – Right Arm Fast Medium
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 32, Wkt – 8, Sr – 24
H2H
BOWL – Over – 41, Wkt – 13, Sr – 19
Rahul Chahar – Legbreak
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 12, Wkt – 5, Sr – 14
H2H
BOWL – Over – 18, Wkt – 5, Sr – 20

Trent Boult – Left Arm Medium fast
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 45, Wkt – 17, Sr – 16
H2H
BOWL – Over – 27, Wkt – 8, Sr – 20
Mohsin Khan – Left Arm Medium fast
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Info Found
Jayant Yadav – Right Arm Off-break
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 43, Wkt – 8, Sr – 33
H2H
BOWL – Over – 18, Wkt – 2, Sr – 54
Adam Milne- Right Arm Fast
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 7, Wkt – 1, Sr – 42
Nathan Coulter Nile – Right Arm Fast
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 39, Wkt – 14, Sr – 16
H2H
BOWL – Over – 28, Wkt – 9, Sr – 18
Piyush Chawla- Legbreak Googly
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 35, Wkt – 11, Sr – 19
H2H
BOWL – Over – 40, Wkt – 9, Sr – 26
Yudhvir Charak – Right Arm Medium Fast
On this Ground and H2H Matches
No Info Found


 Players Form: 

 Sunriser Hyderabad 

WK :
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Jonny Bairstow –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 2dwn,
30(21), 7(5), 38(18), 63(56)*, 43(22), 12(13),
Wriddhiman Saha –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 2dwn
1(9), 7(6), 58(45)*, 39(32), 87(45), 30(31)
Shreevats Goswami –
Open, Open, Open, Open
21(17), 16(10), 69(48)*, 27(28)
BATSMAN:
Kane Williamson –
1dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
20(21), 26(10)*, 66(51)*, 16(19)*, 0(1), 8(12),
David Warner –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
57(22), 6(8), 37(37), 36(34), 54(37), 3(4), 2(3),
Manish Pandey – 
Open, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 3dwn, 
31(20), 61(46), 2(7), 38(39), 61(44)*, 2(8),
Virat Singh – Legbreak
2dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
4(14), 11(12), 10(17), 67(37), 103(53)*, 47(35)
BAT – Match – 61, Innings – 61, Runs – 1802, Avg – 38
BOWL – Over – 10, Wkt – 1, Sr – 60
Jason Roy –
Open, Open, Open, Open
0(2), 40(27), 9(13), 46(35)
Kedar Yadav –
3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn
19(19), 12(4)*, 9(9)
SMAT
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
16(22), 25(25), 61(47), 84(45)*
Priyam Garg-
2dwn, 2dwn, Open, 2dwn
6(8), 35(36), 12(16), 4(8)
Abdul Samad – Legbreak
SMAT
5dwn, 5dwn, 3dwn, 5dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
10(8), 7(8), 0(2), 19(8)*, 39(22), 17(10), 54(35),
DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/14(1), 0/12(1)
BAT – Match – 28, Innings – 22, Runs – 491, Avg – 35
BOWL – Over – 18, Wkt – 3, Sr – 36
ALL ROUNDER:
Jason Holder – Right Arm Fast Medium
5dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn
4(5), 14(23)*, 9(5), 29(24)*
3/30(4), 1/27(4), 1/36(4), 1/19(4)
Vijay Shankar – Right Arm Fast Medium
2dwn, 6dwn, DNB, 3dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 
8(8), 8(7), DNB, 28(25), 3(5), 11(7), 4(6), 
1/42(3), 0/19(3), 0/6(1), 2/19(3), 0/14(1), 0/9(2),
Mohammad Nabi – Right Arm Off-break
4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn
17(5), 14(11), 2(5), 40(15), 7(11)
0/21(1), 2/32(4), 1/29(4), 2/30(4), 0/24(2)
Abhishek Sharma – Left Arm Orthodox
4dwn, DNB, 4dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open
5(6), DNB, 2(4), 5(7), 4(6), 0(4), 59(42)*
0/14(1), 2/24(4), 0/5(1), DNB…
BOWLER:
Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Right Arm Fast Medium
0/37(4), 1/16(3), 0/45(4), 1/30(4), 1/45(4), 2/15(4),
Khaleel Ahmed – Left Arm Medium
0/41(4), 0/36(4), 0/42(4), 3/21(4), 1/24(4), 0/33(4),
Sandeep Sharma – Right Arm Fast Medium
1/50(4), 0/24(4), 0/35(3), 1/35(4), 2/17(2), 1/21(4),
Siddharth Kaul – Right Arm Fast Medium
0/32(4), 2/31(4), 1/27(4), 1/31(4), 3/15(3+1M),
T Natarajan- Left Arm Fast Medium
1/32(4), 1/37(4), 1/39(4), 1/33(4), 2/20(4),
Shahbaz Nadeem – Left Arm Orthodox
1/36(4), 0/19(2), 2/23(4), 0/22(4), 0/15(2)
Rashid Khan – Legbreak Googly
1/24(4), 3/36(4), 1/31(4), 1/17(4), 0/22(4), 2/18(4),
Basil Thampi – Right Arm Fast Medium
0/11(1), 0/33(3), 0/39(4), 0/32(4)
Jagadeesha Suchith – Left Arm Orthodox
0/45(4), 0/21(4), 0/12(2), 3/21(4), 0/31(4),
Mujeeb ur Rahman – Right Arm Off-break
2/29(4), 1/28(4), 0/44(4), 0/40(4), 1/25(4)
Mustafizur Rahman – Left Arm Fast Medium
0/48(4), 1/24(4), 3/32(4), 2/31(4)

 ‍Mumbai Indians 

WK :
Quinton de Kock –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
38(28), 70(50)*, 3(5), 2(4), 40(39), 2(6), 17(12),
Ishan Kishan –
1dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn,
6(17), 26(28), 12(21), 1(3), 28(19), 4(9),
Aditya Tare –
Open, Open, Open
3(8), 8(8), 43(31)
BAT – Match – 106, Innings – 97, Runs – 2141, Avg – 27
BATSMAN:
Rohit Sharma – Right Arm Off-break
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 
35(24), 14(15), 63(52), 44(30), 32(25),
Suryakumar Yadav –
1dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
3(3), 16(10), 33(27), 24(15), 10(6), 56(36),
Anmolpreet Singh –
1dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn
15(19), 6(4)*, 10(6), 35(27), 20(8)*
BAT – Match – 33, Innings – 27, Runs – 485, Avg – 20
Chris Lynn –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
49(35), 32(14), 0(2), 1(4), 1(5)
Saurabh Tiwary –
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn
9(13), 17(15), 57(33), 9(18)
ALL ROUNDER:
Hardik Pandya – Right Arm Medium Fast
4dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 
16(7), 1(4), 0(1), 7(5), 15(17), 13(10), 39(17)*, 
DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/34(4), 2/16(4),
Kieron Pollard – Right Arm Medium
3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 5dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 
87(24)*, 16(8)*, 16(12)*, 2(5), 35(22)*, 5(8),
2/12(2), 1/9(1), 0/10(2) ,0/12(1), DNB, 0/11(2), 
Krunal Pandya -Left Arm Orthodox
2dwn, 2dwn, 5dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn,    
32(23), 39(26), 3(3), 1(5), 3(3)*, 15(9), 7(7),
DNB, 0/12(1), 0/11(1), 0/31(3), 0/17(2),
Anukul Roy- Left Arm Orthodox
5dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, 4dwn
28(13)*, 7(2), 18(16), 4(7)
0/12(2), 0/28(4), 0/12(1), 1/31(4)
BAT – Match – 26, Innings – 19, Runs – 216, Avg – 21
BOWL – Over – 80, Wkt – 13, Sr – 37
James Neesham – Right Arm Fast Medium
5dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn, 4dwn
0(1), 3(5), 0(1), 45(16)*, 26(15)
0/26(2), DNB, 0/60(4), 2/10(1), 0/9(1)
Marco Jansen – Left Arm Fast
6dwn, 6dwn, 5dwn, 6dwn, 6dwn
0(1), 0(2), 0(0)*, 9(9), 4(4)
0/17(2), 2/28(4), 0/20(3), 2/30(4), 2/21(4)
BAT – Match – 10, Innings – 6, Runs – 71, Avg – 14
BOWL – Over – 35, Wkt – 6, Sr – 35
Arjun Tendulkar – Left Arm Fast Medium
9dwn, 9dwn, 7dwn, DNB
3(7), 0(0)*, 17(13), DNB
1/33(4), 1/34(3), 2/32(4), 2/32(4)
BOWLER:
Dhawal Kulkarni – Right Arm Medium
0/48(4), 0/17(4), 0/31(4), 0/35(4), 0/32(4)
Jasprit Bumrah – Right Arm Fast Medium
1/56(4), 1/15(4), 0/21(3), 1/32(4), 1/14(4),
Rahul Chahar – Legbreak
2/32(4), 2/33(4), 1/19(4), 1/29(4), 3/19(4), 4/
Trent Boult – Left Arm Medium fast
1/42(4), 1/37(4), 0/30(3), 0/23(4), 3/28(4), 
Mohsin Khan – Left Arm Medium fast
1/41(4), 2/20(3), 2/17(4), 2/15(4),
BOWL – Over – 79, Wkt – 31, Sr – 15
Jayant Yadav – Right Arm Off-break
0/37(3), 0/20(4), 1/25(4), 0/21(3), 0/29(4),
Adam Milne- Right Arm Fast
0/33(3), 1/24(2), 2/34(3), 0/37(4)
Nathan Coulter Nile – Right Arm Fast
0/35(4), 1/35(4), 1/49(4), 3/41(4)
Piyush Chawla- Legbreak Googly
0/36(4), 2/10(1), 0/23(4), 3/12(4)
Yudhvir Charak – Right Arm Medium Fast
0/20(2), 0/35(4), 1/27(4)
BOWL – Over – 22, Wkt – 3, Sr – 44

Watch Final Team Section for Our GL & SL Final Team

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 04 May 2021 

VIVO IPL 2021 POSTPONED: 

VIVO IPL 2021 Postponed

  • The Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an emergency meeting has unanimously decided to postpone IPL 2021 season, with immediate effect.
  • The BCCI does not want to compromise on the safety of the players, support staff and the other participants involved in organising the IPL. This decision was taken keeping the safety, health and wellbeing of all the stakeholders in mind.
  • These are difficult times, especially in India and while we have tried to bring in some positivity and cheer, however, it is imperative that the tournament is now suspended and everyone goes back to their families and loved ones in these trying times.
  • The BCCI will do everything in its powers to arrange for the secure and safe passage of all the participants in IPL 2021.
  • The BCCI would like to thank all the healthcare workers, state associations, players, support staff, franchises, sponsors, partners and all the service providers who have tried their best to organise IPL 2021 even in these extremely difficult times.

 Team Blueprint – 

Wicket Keeper –

Jonny Bairstow (Open, RHB, 345 runs in 11 innings last year with a SR of 127, 219 runs in 3 innings in ODI series, red hot form, 63*, 38, 7, 31 in last 4 games, Must have)
QdK ( Open + wk, LHB, good h2h Average of 41 scoring 371 runs, 70*, 38 last 2 games)
Ishan Kishan ( 2 down + wk, LHB, 56(32b) against Eng last series, highest scorer for MI with 516 runs last season, was dropped last game, Must if plays)
W Saha ( Open, RHB + wk, 214 runs in just 4 innings last season, good option at 8.5, good chances of playing)

Batsman –

David Warner ( Open, LHB, no intro needed, 5300+ IPL runs most by a foreign player in IPL, 57 last game but in 55 balls, was dropped last game)
Rohit Sharma ( Open, RHB, no intro needed, poor record scoring 259 runs against SRH at an average of 18, Must have)
Surya Kumar Yadav ( 1 down, RHB, Red hot form, 480 runs in IPL2020 at a SR of 140, 218 runs in 16 games against SRH, out on duck last game, Must have)
Manish Pandey ( Open, RHB, 425 runs last season with a SR of 127, 580 runs in 19 innings against MI, 31(20b) last game)
Kane Williamson ( 1 down, RHB, on intro needed, loads of experience, 66*, 26(10b) last 2 of 3 games, Must have )
Chris Lynn ( Open, RHB, didn’t played a game last season, 458 runs this BBL at a SR of 145+, was brilliant with 49 runs in 1st game, will most likely not play)
Kieran Pollard ( Middle order, RHB + part time medium pace, 10000+ t20 runs, SR of 190 last season, must GL pick , 87(34b)* + 2 Wickets last game, Must have)

All-Rounder-

Jason Holder ( Right Arm Fast, always been very economical, 14 Wickets in 7 games last season, 3 Wickets last game played, Must have if plays )
Hardik Pandya ( Middle order, RHB + Medium pacer, SR of 159 with 1300+ runs for MI in last 5 years, didn’t bowled still now , Must try)
M Nabi ( Middle order, RHB + Off spin, 275 t20 Wickets + a Bat SR of 143, one of the best t20 Allrounders, 2 Wickets in 1st game, bowled just 1 over in last game )
Jimmy Neesham ( Right Arm medium + LHB, very attacking hitter, 2001 runs + 132 Wickets in t20s, 45(33b) + 2w, 26(22b) in last T20 series, 2O 26R with bowl and duck with bat last game )
Krunal Pandya ( 2 down, Slow left arm + LHB, 58* against Eng in 1st ODI recently, 32(21b) last game, didn’t bowled)
Vijay Shankar ( 3 down, RHB + Right Arm medium, 1378 t20 runs, will bowl 1-2 overs, not very effective in sL )
Abhishek Sharma ( Slow left arm, brilliant bowling last 2nd game with 2 Wickets with an economy just under 6, very good at 8cr )

Bowler –

Rashid Khan (Leggie, no intro needed, #1 t20 bowler in world cricket, 20 Wickets last season, 85 Wickets in IPL overall, 1 Wicket last game)
J Bumrah ( Right Arm fast, 27 Wickets at a SR of 13 last IPL, can’t miss him, best death bowler around, 1w last game)
Trent Boult ( Left arm fast, known for his deadly swing early on the innings, 3rd highest wicket taker last season with 25 Wickets, 1 wicket in last game, Must have)
Rahul Chahar ( Leggie, brilliant last 2 seasons for MI with 15+ Wickets, 11w in last 7 games)
B Kumar ( Right Arm medium fast, death overs specialist, 6 Wickets in ODI + 4 Wickets in T20 Series against England, wicketless + quite expensive last game, Must have if plays)
T Natarajan ( Left arm fast medium, recognized as a death bowler, bowls some deadly Yorkers, 16 Wickets last season, ruled out of IPL)
Nathan Coulter Nile ( Right Arm medium fast, can bowl upto 140ks, quite experienced with 156 t20 Wickets, 11 Wickets in 6 BBL2020 games, very good option to have)
Adam Milne ( Right Arm fast, experienced, bowls an average pace of 145, 124 t20 Wickets, poor BBL recently with just 4 Wickets in 12 games, can get a game )
Piyush Chawla ( Leggie, 3rd highest wicket taker in IPL history with 156 scalps, poor season with CSK last year)
M Jansen ( Left arm medium fast + good Striker of ball, excellent debut picking 2 Wickets for just 28 in 1st game, was dropped after 1st 2 games)
Sandeep Sharma ( Right Arm medium, known for his swing early on the Innings, 14 Wickets last season with an economy under 8, 4 over 50 for 1w last game)
Khaleel Ahmed ( Left arm medium fast, will bowl in powerplay along with Bhuvi, 3 Wickets last 2nd game, very expensive last game)
C/VC Options –
SRH –
Jonny Bairstow
Kane Williamson
Rashid Khan
MI –
Rohit Sharma
Surya Kumar Yadav
Quinton de Kock
Jasprit Bumrah 

Toss: 
Pitch Report: 
IN: 
OUT: 

SRH (Playing XI) : 
Will be added after the toss.

MI (Playing XI): 
Will be added after the toss.
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GL Team 2:

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– Holder (If Plays) might be the best captain pick in GL as he will bowl full overs & bat at middle order.
– Pollard is expected to contribute with both bat and ball again which makes him a good VC.
– Hardik might be a decent GL pick especially if any of the opener from MI departs early.
– Expecting Bumrah to stay amongst the wickets at this pace favoured pitch. 


GL Team 3:

Grand League Team 3 will be add after the Toss


 Make necessary changes if any player absent 

*Above GL Team Guide Images for Guide only. 
*You can make necessary changes as per your choice. 
*Above Team maybe Highly risky so play at your own risk. 
*for final team check here in the last 15mins of the match deadline. 

*You can also make some other combination by changing 1-2 players with help of Team Guide.

Best of Luck.

 Disclaimer: > Fantasy Cricket is a game of skill and luck is also very much important to win the grand league in dream11 or any other fantasy cricket leagues. We have covered the skill part.


> We have mentioned the expected playing 11 as per our cricket knowledge. You can change the fantasy team once the playing 11 is out.

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