Mumbai Indians will play against Punjab Kings at Chennai
Rohit Sharma (c): Rohit Sharma has been in decent form and giving some good starts but failing to convert the starts into big knocks.
Quinton de Kock (w): Quinton de Kock is yet to show his actual self this season. He was dismissed cheaply against Delhi Capitals
Suryakumar Yadav: He has always been a key player in the MI line-up. He is yet to come up with a mighty knock like he did in last season.
Ishan Kishan: Ishan Kishan showed immense character in the last encounter when all the hard hitters were back in the hut.
Hardik Pandya: Hardik Pandya has been struggling big time. He isn’t bowling but should come up with powerful innings to anchor the middle-order in a crunch situation.
Kieron Pollard: Kieron Pollard has proved his mettle with the bat and the ball. After a disappointing outing with the bat against DC
Krunal Pandya: Krunal had a hard time against Pant & Co. He may not have contributed well but still remains a vital cog in the balanced MI side.
Rahul Chahar: Rahul Chahar is in red hot form. Whenever the skipper needs a wicket, he gets Rahul to do the job. He remains the go-to spinner in the line-up.
Jayant Yadav/ Jimmy Neesham: If MI wishes to stick with 3 foreign players formula, then Jayant Yadav is likely to get another game following his all-round show against DC.
Trent Boult: Kiwi quick Trent Boult is the lynchpin in MI’s bowling attack and his position cannot be tinkered unless he is injured.
Jasprit Bumrah: The presence of Jasprit Bumrah makes MI more lethal and his pairing with Boult is pure gold. The duo will take care of the pace responsibilities.
Proable Playing 11
Rohit Sharma, De Kock, SKY , Ishan Kishan , Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Krunal Pandya , Jayant Yadav/ Jimmy Neesham , Trent Boult and Jasprit Burmah
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