IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates MI v KXIP 24th Match Wankhede Stadium Mumbai – Mumbai won by 3 wkts.
Today IPL Match Live Updates MI v KXIP 24th Match:
- Mumbai won by 3 wkts
Punjab – 197/4 (20.0 Ovs)
Mumbai – 198/7 (20.0 Ovs)
- Seventh Wicket : Shorter length to Pollard and after being hit for 11 in his first 2 balls, Ankit sends Pollard back to the pavilion. He pulled at that, failed to get the required power and it’s in Miller’s hands. Goes for 83 in 31 balls and he’s all but won the match for his sjde
- MI: 166-6 after 18 overs
- Mumbai need 58 runs in 27 balls
- 50 for Pollard and it’s the same team he got his last 50 against. The first of this season and it’s come in 22 balls. Is keeping his side in the chase ahead of the final 3 overs and if Punjab keep bowling at such a treacherous line and length, it’s going to be a jittery time for them.
- Fourth Wicket : He’s gone. The match turns another turn with Shami coming back and delivering just what he was asked to do. Took pace of the ball, made Pandya take the onus of trying to hit it for a six and he’s only heaved it to Miller to go back for 19 runs
- 135-4 and the last 5 overs have turned the match on it’s head. From a situation where things were looking extremely tentative from Mumbai’s perspective, 70 runs in the last 30 balls have tantalizingly placed this encounter at 63 runs needed off the last 5.
- MI: 109-4 after 13 overs
- The most scored in overs 11-20 in a successful run chase in IPL is 126 – KXIP vs RCB, Mohali, 2013.
- 1 Wd 6 4 . 6 W: Entertaining 12th over by Curran finally sees him have the last hurray with a quick follow through seeing him send up Kishan for 7 at the non-striker’s end. He needed that wicket especially with the way he had bowled in all the wrong places to Pollard to be hit for 3 boundaries. 94/4
Score after 10 overs. MI 65-3
- Rampart bowling by Punjab has caught Mumbai’s innings up in tatters. The travails of losing quick wickets is costing the side with the run rate shooting right upto 13. At just 65-3 at the end of 10 overs, Punjab are showing amazing will and resolve to make it 2 wins out of 2 against their counterparts this season
- Third Wicket : de Kock c Miller b Ashwin 24(23) [4s-2], One leads to two and Ashwin picks up Quinton de Kock. He never looked to have found his feet in the middle and an innings that was going nowhere has departed for 24 off 23 balls. Mumbai are struggling hugely as we break for the timeout
Score after 8 overs, MI 58-2
- Over 8: Change of bowling from either ends as Ashwin and Curran are brought on proceeding the upliftment of the field restrictions. Bowling extremely well unison, these past 2 overs have completely stemmed the flow of runs. Pollard comes out, promoted a spot up in this massive run chase
- Second Wicket : Suryakumar Yadav c (sub)Henriques b Sam Curran 21(15) [4s-4] , Curran delivers in his opening over itself. He’s been Mumbai’s go to bowler this tournament and he gets them the breakthrough yet again. Yadav departs for 21, finding the substitute fielder Henriques.
- He’s edged but he’s lucky to survive. Well outside his leg-stump, Quinton goes fetching after that delivery and he would have rued it massively had it ended in the wicket-keeper’s gloves. Ends the powerplay with the 50 coming up.
- MUMBAI 41/1 (5.0) CRR: 8.2 REQ: 10.47, Mumbai need 157 runs in 90 balls
- First Wicket : Lad b Shami 15(13) [4s-1 6s-1] , Full and straight and as Suresh tried to play around his pads, he’s ended up cleaning himself up. Jaffer of a delivery, bowled right on the money and it’s castled the batsmen for 15. Mumbai lose their first at 28 in 3.4 overs
Score after 2 overs, MI 14-0
- Tidy little starting over from Shami. Perfect way to begin his spell for the day and being his side’s frontline specialist bowler, he needs to take accountability and guide his side to success. 14-0 after 2 overs
- We’re underway with the chase and it’s Quinton de Kock and Suresh who’ve come out to open for the home side. It’s a massive total that is starting at them and with no Rohit in the side today they need Quinton to deliver an innings of note today.
- Second Inning Start :- de Kock and Lad are at the crease. de Kock is on strike. Rajpoot will open the attack
- Highest targets successfully chased at Wankhede (IPL):
198 DD vs MI, 2018
190 MI vs RR, 2014
184 CSK vs MI, 2015
183 KTK vs MI, 2011
- Highest targets successfully chased by MI (IPL):
199 vs KXIP Indore 2017
190 vs RR Mumbai WS 2014
188 vs KKR Kolkata 2016
181 vs CSK Mumbai BS 2010
- Most runs conceded in an IPL match (MI):
58 L Malinga v KXIP Indore 2017
57 H PANDYA v KXIP Mumbai WS 2019 *
56 AN Ahmed v RCB Chennai 2011
- KL Rahul: I…. am…lost…for breath (gasps). The way Chris and me started, we had to get to 200 but we lost our way a bit in the middle. Wasn’t easy to start with, had to take our time and then cash in. For the first six overs, thje plan was to just play cricketing shots without trying too hard. After that, whoever has looked good will take charge. More often than not, it’s Chris because if he bats 12-13 overs, he basically puts us in a really good position. I delayed going after the bowling for a couple of overs as we lost some momentum after Chris got out. I am focusing only on the ball and not the bowler. (Whether they have enough) I think so, wasn’t that easy to go after the bowling. The ball did grip a bit for the spinners, hopefully Ash can take advantage of it. Also we have some fast bowlers who can exploit the deck.
Score after 20 overs, KXIP 197-4
- Over started with a 6 and it’s ended with a 4 to see 14 runs come off Bumrah’s end. Punjab reach 197-4 at the end of their innings and a topsy turvy innings finally swings their way. Lost way mid way through their innings 42 runs off the last 2 overs have seen them show immense grit and fighting spirit to come back into the match
- 100 for KL Rahul. It was an innings that was going nowhere but Pandya’s 19th over allowed him to get a move on. From a situation where he was playing an ODI innings, he’s gone on to make his 100 in 63 balls
- 6 4 6 6 1 2: Pandya has been blasted apart. Undone all the good work done by Mumbai earlier on as his over goes for 25 runs, becoming the most expensive of this innings. Irresponsible bowling and it might just have ended up doing irreplaceable damage to his side
- Fourth Wicket : Sam Curran c de Kock b Bumrah 8(3) [4s-2], Everything has turned out calamitously for Punjab proceeding Gayle’s dismissal. Wickets at regular intervals have pegged back their quest for a 200 plus target and Curran becomes the latest to go back, caught by Quinton de Kock and bowled by Bumrah for 8 runs
Score after 17 overs, KXIP 143-3
- Third Wicket : Nair c Rahul Chahar b Hardik Pandya 5(6), Low into his pads, failed to connect it properly and his first start this tournament fails to pay. Loses his wicket for just 5 runs, caught out to Rahul in the close region and Pandya get his second. Punjab’s innings is falling apart here
Score after 15 overs – KXIP 131-2
- Second Wicket : Miller c de Kock b Hardik Pandya 7(8) [4s-1] Out! Bad shot by Miller, was right in his area and he failed to make advantage of it. Enticing delivery, should have dispatched for a boundary but it only lands in Quinton de Kock’s hands as we complete 15 overs.
- KL Rahul last five innings vs MI:
- KXIP: 117-1 after 13 overs.
- First Wicket : He’s gone! After a break in play due to an injury, play resumes and Gayle loses his wicket. Bowled near the bat, holed out to Behrendorff’s ball and Pandya picks up the catch at the ropes. He’s gone for 63 and Rahul has to be blamed for this wicket.
- Punjab – 116/0 (12.4 Ovs)
- 50 for KL Rahul as well. It’s one again been a decadent innings from him, coming at 41 balls and taking an eternity, slowing down the side’s momentum. Put a halt to the runs in the last 2 overs and Gayle can’t do everything on his own.
- Second half-century for Gayle this season and it’s come against the same opposition. They hate bowling to him and he’s absolutely cleaning them out today. Sixth six from his bat brings up his sides 100 as well.
- KXIP: 93-0 after 10 overs93-1 after 10 overs at the halfway mark and nothing is absolutely working out for Punjab. The opening stand is decimating the hosts comprehensively and Mumbai have no answer to them.
- KXIP: 69-0 after 8 overs
- KXIP opening stands in IPL 2019:
vs MI: 53, 69*
vs rest: 4, 11, 15, 7, 18
- 6 overs completed and Punjab have put on 50 as well. Sharp, stinging and smashing over by Bumrah sees Mumbai come back into the game after 2 overs in which they were taken apart. Need a wicket here and Pollard whose captain today will have to work his bowlers around.
- 1 6 6 . 4 6: 23 runs in the over and Punjab have final shown intent. Gayle showing outright incisiveness to make the most of the field restrictions in place and with Behrendorff bowling in all the right areas, there was only one verdict for the ball. He’s finally coming good for the tourists. 43/0
- KXIP: 11-0 after 3 overs
- 2: 4 runs off the opening two overs and this has turned out to be an incredible start for Mumbai. Wicket to wicket bowling, sent at the right line and length and they’ve not given away a single boundary.
- First inning starts
- Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Siddhesh Lad, Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard(c), Hardik Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Alzarri Joseph, Jason Behrendorff, Jasprit Bumrah.
- Kings XI Punjab (Playing XI): Lokesh Rahul(w), Chris Gayle, Karun Nair, Sarfaraz Khan, David Miller, Mandeep Singh, Ravichandran Ashwin(c), Sam Curran, Hardus Viljoen, Mohammed Shami, Ankit Rajpoot.
- Mumbai Indians have won the toss and have opted to field.
Today IPL match live updates KXIP v MI – Preview Highlights:
- MI and KXIP will face off against each other in the 24th encounter of the IPL on April 10, Wednesday at the Wankhede Stadium
- Both sides go into the clash having trounced SRH in their previous encounter. While MI defeated them by 40 runs, KXIP put down the opposition by 6 wickets
- The match will be played at 8:00 pm with the toss slated for 7:30 pm. The Star Sports network will broadcast the matches on Star Sports 1, 2, Select 1 HD, Hindi/HD
Must Read: IPL 2019 Points Table
Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma, Quinton de Kock, Suryakumar Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Yuvraj Singh, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishan Kishan, Rahul Chahar
Kings XI Punjab: Mandeep Singh, Sam Curran, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Ankit Rajpoot, David Miller, Chris Gayle, KL Rahul, Moises Henriques, Murugan Ashwin, Hardus Viljoen