- 1 MI vs KKR, Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders, Qualifier 2 Who Will Win Today Match Prediction
Mumbai Indians conceded 41 runs in last two overs as Rising Pune Supergiant’s MS Dhoni hit 4 sixes in space of 9 balls to wrest control within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 playoff match. MI’s Parthiv Patel scored a half-century in the match.
Mumbai Indians were in control until the 18th over however then all hell broke lose. Their most dependable bowlers Mitchell McClenaghan and Jasprit Bumrah conceded 41 runs in
final two overs as MS Dhoni hit 4 sixes in space of 9 balls to wrest management from Mumbai Indians.
MI vs KKR, Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders, Qualifier 2 Who Will Win Today Match Prediction
Mumbai Indians will win
On a wicket that was on the slower side, Mumbai had been anticipated to chase down Pune’s 162 with ease however first they misplaced Lendl Simmons, who was run out, and then Rohit Sharma was wrongly adjudged LBW as replayed steered their was an inside edge.
It turned into a nightmare because the batsman that followed performed reckless shots to seal Mumbai destiny.
Parthiv Patel, who waged a lone battle with a 40-ball 52, admitted they misplaced too many wickets in quick succession because of which they misplaced the momentum.
Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets on the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday. After Hyderabad posted 128 for seven in 20 overs,
rain poured down and delayed the proceedings of the sport. However, after rain stopped, Kolkata needed 48 runs in six overs to win the match,
Gautam Gambhir played a captain’s knock of 32 not out to see his crew over the line. They now meet Mumbai Indians for qualifier 2 at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.
Two rain interruptions resulting in a three-hour delay couldn’t cease the red-hot Kolkata Knight Riders as they knocked out
defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad within the Indian Premier League Eliminator. Within the course of, they avenged final season’s defeat on the similar stage.
The match which started on Wednesday night, ended on Thursday morning at 1.27 am. Needing 48 runs in six overs (D/L methodology) to arrange a Qualifier 2 date with Mumbai Indians on the similar venue on Friday,
the two-time champions stuttered within the chase early on however coasted residence to a seven-wicket win with 4 balls to spare. Kolkata had been decreased to 123
within the second over after Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1/11) and Chris Jordan (1/9) struck early and Yusuf Pathan was run out.
However, skipper Gautam Gambhir took the crew residence with an unbeaten 19-ball 32 that included two hits to the fence and an equal quantity over it.