Mumbai Indians is a heavily decorated franchise with many accolades to its name. Mumbai Indians are also the defending champions of the IPL trophy. Apart from 2019, the MI squad has lifted the IPL championship trophy three more times. Furthermore, Mumbai Indians also has 2 Champions League trophies on display in the team’s trophy chamber. Rohit Sharma’s captaincy has contributed significantly to the team’s current reputation. The franchise has also produced one purple cap winner and one orange cap winner. In the 2010 run of the tournament, Sachin Tendulkar of Mumbai Indians was declared the most valuable player. All in all, MI has the resume that every team in the IPL dreams of. The team’s victory against CSK in the 2019 IPL final was yet another marvelous clash produced by the tournament.
On the other hand, CSK’s involvement in the IPL History ranges from disingenuous to spectacular. The team’s supreme court-mandated suspension in 2015 severely tampered CSK’s reputation. However, the team didn’t fail to bounce back after returning to the IPL’s list of competing franchises. The most stellar track-record in IPL History after the Mumbai Indians in held by CSK. Chennai Superkings has not only won 3 IPL trophies, but two Championship League trophies as well. In other words, if CSK wins another IPL trophy, it will equal the accomplishments held by MI. Thus, the clashes between both these teams carry a unique sense of excitement that cannot be replicated.
MI really should have won the 1st Match in 2020. They simply didnt convert their winning position – twice!
The Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians are two of the biggest franchises currently playing in the IPL. CSK vs MI match is always an eagerly anticipated cricket game, with fans on both sides looking forward to the clash. The Chennai Super Kings have a rich history in the IPL, with three titles to their name. They dominated T20 cricket in India in 2010 and 2011 when they won back to back IPL titles. More recently, they also lifted the crown in 2018, much to the delight of their supporters. They play their home games at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, where their fans flock to see superstars of the cricketing world play for the team.
The Mumbai Indians have a similarly impressive record in the IPL, with four titles to their name and that includes the most recent IPL season, which they won in 2019. Other wins came in 2013, 2015 and 2017 and for many years, this is a team that has competed at the top of the IPL standings for many years. They play their home games in front of their passionate fans at the Wankhede Stadium, where many memorable moments have happened for this franchise.
At least one of these teams has been in 9 of the 12 IPL finals. Its always a huge game!
Every season of IPL is screened live on multiple platforms. Different regions have different official broadcasters. You’ll need to check the responsible entity in your country. Once you have that information, you can start getting pumped for the approaching 2020 IPL tournament. Furthermore, several streaming networks also provide live coverage of IPL matches online. You can tune in to one such official partner of the tournament when the new season begins.
Many people will be looking forward to catching the next instalment of CSK vs MI live. The IPL is a worldwide brand, and as such, games are watched all over the world. The TV rights are negotiated with many different countries, so it is worth checking out who has the TV rights to show games in your country.
This includes live streaming of games online too, with both paid and free options out there depending on who controls the rights in your country. The key fact here is that the IPL is streamed all over the world, giving fans the chance to watch some of their cricketing stars take to the field when they play in big games like this one.
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|Quinton de Kock||not out||46||37||5||2||124.32|
|Ishan Kishan||not out||68||37||6||5||183.78|
|Total||(12.2 Ov, RR: 9.41)||116/0|
|Ruturaj Gaikwad||lbw: Boult||0||5||0||0||0.00|
|Faf du Plessis||c: de Kock b: Boult||1||7||0||0||14.29|
|Ambati Rayudu||c: de Kock b: Bumrah||2||3||0||0||66.67|
|Narayan Jagadeesan||c: Yadav b: Bumrah||0||1||0||0||0.00|
|MS Dhoni||c: de Kock b: Chahar||16||16||2||1||100.00|
|Ravindra Jadeja||c: Pandya b: Boult||7||6||1||0||116.67|
|Sam Curran||b: Boult||52||47||4||2||110.64|
|Deepak Chahar||st: de Kock b: Chahar||0||5||0||0||0.00|
|Shardul Thakur||c: Yadav b: Coulter-Nile||11||20||0||0||55.00|
|Imran Tahir||not out||13||10||2||0||130.00|
|Total||(20.0 Ov, RR: 5.70)||114/9|
|Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Ruturaj Gaikwad, 0.5), 4-3 (Faf du Plessis, 2.5), 2-3 (Ambati Rayudu, 1.4), 3-3 (Narayan Jagadeesan, 1.5), 6-30 (MS Dhoni, 6.4), 5-21 (Ravindra Jadeja, 5.2), 9-114 (Sam Curran, 19.6), 7-43 (Deepak Chahar, 8.5), 8-71 (Shardul Thakur, 14.5)|
To predict the future face-offs of MI and CSK, let’s take cues from their last encounter. In the final match of IPL 2019, both teams battled against each other for the ultimate prize. The target score set by Mumbai Indians was 150 runs. However, Chennai Superkings ended their innings with a total of 148 runs. The suspenseful contest could have honestly ended in either side’s victory. In other words, Mumbai Indians had their lucky day on 12 May 2019.
The MI vs CSK fixture for 2020 is a repeat of the 2019 IPL final. As Mumbai are the current champions, the opening match is held in Mumbai. These sides are blessed with some champion players. For Mumbai, Quinton de Kock is in scintillating form for South Africa, and he should be in the runs for this match.
Key players for MI in this game include Trent Boult, Quinto de Kock, Lasith Malinga, Rohit Sharma and Jayant Yadav. On the CSK side fans will get to see Dwayne Bravo, MS Dhoni, Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis and Lungi Ngidi.
|Batsmen Recent Form||Team||MAT||Runs||Average||SR|
|Quinton de Kock||MI||10||372||41.33||135|
|Faf du Plessis||CSK||9||292||32.44||128|
|Bowlers Recent Form||Team||MAT||Wickets||Eco||SR|
Possible starting XI Mumbai Indians
1) Rohit Sharma, 2) Quinton De Kock, 3) Chris Lynn, 4) Suryakumar Yadav, 5) Krunal Pandya, 6) Hardik Pandya, 7) Kieron Pollard, 8) Rahul Chahar, 9) Dhawal Kulkarni, 10) Jasprit Bumrah, 11) Trent Boult.
Possible starting XI Chennai Super Kings
1) Shane Watson, 2) Faf du Plessis, 3) Ambati Rayudu, 4) MS Dhoni (C&WK), 5) Kedar Jadhav, 6) Ravindra Jadeja, 7) Dwayne Bravo, 8) Piyush Chawla, 9) Deepak Chahar, 10) Shardul Thakur and 11) Imran Tahir
There are some key points to consider in this match:
MI has gone head-to-head with CSK 30 times. Mumbai Indians tasted victory 18 times whereas CSK bested MI 12 times. These numbers indicate that MI has a higher victory-percentage in the MI vs CSK clashes. Suresh Rains from CSK heads the leaderboard for scoring the most runs. Rohit Sharma of MI follows his lead. The highest score in an isolated match is held by Sanath Jayasuriya of Mumbai Indians. The bowling-leaderboard is also dominated by players of Mumbai Indians. Prominent names like Lasith Malinga, Dwayne Bravo, and Harbhajan Singh acquire the top positions. (Note that these leaderboards are within the context of head-to-head matches between MI and CSK).
In recent meetings Mumbai Indians are on top here. Of the last 10 meetings between the two teams, Mumbai have won eight while Chennai have been successful on just two occasions, with the most recent success being their 2019 IPL final win over Chennai.
These two are two of the biggest names in the IPL though, and Chennai will be looking to try and equal this record up over the coming games. The Mumbai Indians will be looking to simply keep doing what they are doing, and with their recent record being so good, it will take a huge effort from the Chennai Super Kings to turn things around.
Games played: 31
Chennai Super Kings wins: 13
Mumbai Indians wins: 18
No Result: 0
|2020||Abu Dhabi||CSK||5 wickets||Ambati Rayudu -71 (48)|
Chennai Super Kings
|2019||Mumbai||MI||37 runs||Hardik Pandya – MI – 3/23 – 25 (8)|
|2019||Chennai||MI||46 runs||Rohit Sharma – MI – 67 (48)|
|2019||Chennai||MI||6 wickets||Suryakumar Yadav – MI – 71* (54)|
|2019||Hyderabad||MI||1 run||Jasprit Bumrah – MI – 2/14|
|2018||Mumbai||CSK||1 wicket||Dwayne Bravo – CSK – 68 (30)|
|2018||Pune||MI||8 wickets||Rohit Sharma – MI – 56* (33)|
|2015||Mumbai||CSK||6 wickets||Ashish Nehra – CSK – 3/23|
|2015||Chennai||MI||6 wickets||Hardik Pandya – MI – 21* (8)|
|2015||Mumbai||MI||25 runs||Kieron Pollard – MI – 41 (17)|
|2015||Kolkata||MI||41 runs||Rohit Sharma – MI – 50 (26)|
|2014||Dubai||CSK||7 wickets||Mohit Sharma – CSK – 4/14|
|2014||Mumbai||CSK||4 wickets||Dwayne Smith – CSK – 57 (51)|
|2014||Mumbai (Brabourne)||CSK||7 wickets||Suresh Raina – CSK – 54* (33)|
|2013||Chennai||MI||9 runs||Kieron Pollard – MI – 57* (38) and 1/40|
|2013||Mumbai||MI||60 runs||Mitchell Johnson – MI – 3/27|
|2013||Delhi||CSK||48 runs||Michael Hussey – CSK – 86* (58)|
|2013||Kolkata||MI||23 runs||Kieron Pollard – MI – 60* (32) and 1/34|
|2012||Chennai||MI||8 wickets||Richard Levi – MI – 50 (35)|
|2012||Mumbai||MI||2 wickets||Dwayne Smith – MI – 24* (9)|
|2012||Bangalore||CSK||38 runs||Mahendra Singh Dhoni – CSK – 51* (20)|
|2012||Johannesburg||CSK||6 runs||Ben Hilfenhaus – CSK – 2/14|
|2011||Mumbai||MI||8 runs||Harbhajan Singh – MI – 5/18|
|2011||Chennai||MI||3 wickets||Lasith Malinga – MI – 1/29 and 37* (18)|
|2010||Mumbai||MI||5 wickets||Sachin Tendulkar – MI – 72 (52)|
|2010||Chennai||CSK||24 runs||Suresh Raina – CSK – 73 (28) and 1/12|
|2010||Navi Mumbai||CSK||22 runs||Suresh Raina – CSK – 57* (35) and 1/21|
|2009||Cape Town||MI||19 runs||Sachin Tendulkar – MI – 59* (49)|
|2009||Port Elizabeth||CSK||7 wickets||Matthew Hayden – CSK – 60* (57)|
|2008||Chennai||CSK||6 runs||Matthew Hayden – CSK – 81 (46)|
|2008||Mumbai||MI||9 wickets||Sanath Jayasuriya – MI – 114* (48)|
Well, what a match to start the 2020 edition of the IPL! How did the Mumbai Indians lose that? Sharma and de Kock put on 46 runs at better than 10 an over. Tiwary, who looks in fine form collected 42 runs off 31 deliveries to be the home side’s top run-scorer as the Mumbai Indians finished light on 162 off their 20 overs, for CSK Chawla kept things tight finishing with 1/21 off his 4 overs. He doesn’t look fit enough to be a bowler, but his spell shows he will be an important part of CSK’s quest for the final. Ngidi, for MI, also looks in fine for – he managed 3 wickets off his 4 overs. With CSK needing 163 to win, things couldn’t have started any worse.
CSK, at 2-6 off 2 overs were all of a sudden at odds of 4s to win (MI shortened to 1.12). But from the 3rd over it was all one-way traffic as du Plessis and Rayudu battered the Mumbai Indians bowlers. Bowling one of his worst IPL spells, Bumrah was plundered for 43 runs and looked entirely ineffective. Boult and Pattinson were the picks of MI’s bowlers. All in all, though MI was in a strong position twice and failed to convert – yet another opening match loss to the Mumbai Indians.
Mumbai Indians Innings
Chennai Super Kings innings
41st Match (N), Sharjah, Oct 23 2020, Indian Premier League
Chennai Super Kings 114/9 vs Mumbai Indians (12.2/20 ov, target 115) 116/0
Mum Indians won by 10 wickets
Player of the Match: Trent Boult (Mumbai Indians)
1st Match (N), Abu Dhabi, Sep 19 2020, Indian Premier League
Mumbai Indians 162/9 vs Chennai Super Kings (19.2/20 ov, target 163) 166/5
Super Kings won by 5 wickets
Player of the Match: Ambati Rayudu (Chennai Super Kings)
The 2019 IPL gave us a thrilling CSK vs MI final that will go down as one of the best IPL finals we have ever witnessed. In a low scoring affair, it was the Mumbai Indians that came out on top, winning the game by one run.
Mumbai batted first in the final and put 149 on the board from their 20 overs, a score that many thought was beatable on the day. However, what they didn’t bank on was the kind of tight, run-saving bowling performance that Mumbai put in, which carried them to victory.
The game went down to the last ball, CSK needed one to tie and two to win the game. Experienced Sri Lankan pace-bowler Lasith Malinga had the ball in his hands and kept his nerve to deliver a fantastic ball that thumped against the pads of batsmen Shardul Thakur to get him out via LBW.
That started the celebrations for Mumbai, with their bench along with the players on the field celebrating together as fireworks were let off around the stadium and their fans made themselves heard in the stands. The 2019 tournament in general was thrilling, and this game was the perfect way to end it.
The CSK vs MI scorecard for the final read MI 149/8 (20) vs CSK 148/7 (20)
Final (N), Indian Premier League at Hyderabad (Deccan), May 12 2019
Mumbai Indians 149/8 vs Chennai Super Kings 148/7 (20 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 1 run
PLAYER OF THE MATCH Jasprit Bumrah – Mumbai Indians
Qualifier 1 (N), Indian Premier League at Chennai, May 7 2019
Chennai Super Kings 131/4 vs Mumbai Indians 132/4 (18.3/20 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 6 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
PLAYER OF THE MATCH Suryakumar Yadav – Mumbai Indians
Apr 26, 2019 – 44th Match at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Mumbai Indians 155/4 (20 ov) vs Chennai Super Kings 109 (17.4/20 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 46 runs
Best Batsmen: Rohit Sharma 67 (48) & Best Bowler: Lasith Malinga 4/37 (3.4)
Apr 3, 2019 – 15th Match at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (night)
Mumbai Indians 170/5 (20 ov) vs Chennai Super Kings 133/8 (20 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 37 runs
Best Batsman: Suryakumar Yadav 59 (43) & Best Bowler: Hardik Pandya 3/20 (4)
In 2019’s IPL, MI and CSK were the finalists of the tournament. Before going against each other in the finals, MI and CSK played 1 other match on MI’s home ground. Mumbai Indians dominated that match. They established a target score of 171 runs at the end of the 1st innings. CSK didn’t even come close to beating the target. At the end of 20 overs, CSK managed a feeble score of 133 runs at the loss of 8 wickets. Steady batting performances by Suryakumar Yadav and Krunal Pandya contributed significantly to MI’s overwhelming victory. However, the real magic was witnessed in the performance of MI’s bowling squad. Hardik Pandya and Lasith Malinga picked 3 wickets each. Hardik Pandya was the player of the match.
The final match of the IPL was played on the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. It was an extremely close-contest that ended with MI’s miraculous victory. Jasprit Bumrah won the player of the match award for his awe-inspiring bowling performance.
Game 44 of 60 in the IPL of 2019 was between these two teams. The CSV vs MI 2019 matchup at the M. A. Chidambaram was a glimpse at what the final would look like, although we didn’t know that at the time. The Mumbai Indians came out on top here, winning this game on their way to claiming the IPL title during this campaign, and just like in the final and many other games they played in 2019, Lasith Malinga was at the forefront of their success.
The Sri Lankan took four wickets for 37 runs in this game, reducing the Super Kings to just 109 all out as they chased down the 155 that Mumbai set in the first innings. During that innings it was captain Rohit Sharma that came to the fore with the bat, scoring 67 runs of 48 deliveries to hold his team’s batting order together.
The 2018 clash between MI and CSK was no timid affair. It was a contest that kept the audience on edge until the very end. At the end of the 1st innings, MI amassed a target score of 166 runs. The bowlers of CSK didn’t slack off at all. When Mumbai Indians threw their initial overs, things didn’t look so bright for CSK. Wickets kept falling throughout the match. But, CSK pulled off a last-minute victory with a final tally of 169-9. If Mumbai Indians had prevented CSK’s attack for just one more ball, the outcome would have entirely different. Dwayne Bravo won the mantle of player of the match for his magical batsmanship.
The home game for the Chennai Super Kings against the Mumbai Indians in 2018 took place at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium instead of their usual home, but the change of scenery didn’t work in their favour. This CSK vs MI 2018 clash was the 27th game out of 60 IPL games to take place during that season.
The Mumbai Indians won this one as they bowled well to restrict the Super Kings to 169 from their 20 overs of play before going out and dominating with the bat. The csk vs mi 2018 highlights reel showed they chased down the total with ease, reaching 170/2 off 19.4 overs, and with those wickets in hand they could have gone much harder should it have been needed.
Captain Rohit Sharma was unbeaten in the game on 56 when it came to an end, coming off just 33 balls. Had we played on, he looked in fine touch and was surely set for a big score.
27th match, (N) at Pune, Apr 28 2018
Chennai Super Kings 169/5 vs Mumbai Indians 170/2 (19.4/20 ov, target 170)
Mum Indians won by 8 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
1st match, (N) at Mumbai, Apr 7 2018
Mumbai Indians 165/4 vs Chennai Super Kings 169/9 (19.5/20 ov, target 166)
Super Kings won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)