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New Delhi | IPL Biggest Clash: Since the end of the T20 World Cup, there have been reports of disputes between Kohli and Rohit Sharma continuously. However, both of them have been denying these reports at their level. In such a situation, once again MI will have to perform as a team instead of relying on individual performance in the match against RCB. Mumbai Indians had a poor start to the season in which they had to face defeat in all the three matches before, the team has not been able to open the account so far.

Rohit Sharma’s form is also a matter of concern

IPL Biggest Clash: It is also important for Mumbai Indians that their captain Rohit Sharma should score some runs. So far he has been able to score 41, 10 and 3 runs in three matches. Ishan Kishan has scored 81, 54 and 14 while playing at the top of the order while young Tilak Verma (22, 61, 38) has impressed. Pollard and Baby AB have the potential to be a threat to any opponent’s bowling, with an unbeaten 22 off five balls in the last match. Bowling is turning out to be a big problem for MI. The reason behind this is that in MI there have not been those bowlers who used to strengthen them.

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Good start for RCB

IPL Biggest Clash: Jasprit Bumrah has been the best bowler for Mumbai Indians, but he also scored a lot of runs against KKR. Talking about Royal Challengers Bangalore, the team has won two out of three matches and the team is looking in a good rhythm. After losing the first match, they were defeated by PBKS by five wickets, after which they registered consecutive wins over KKR (three wickets) and RR (four wickets). Du Plessis looked in good form, with Dinesh Karthik and Shahbaz Ahmed also batting well. But the team will hope that Virat Kohli also gets some runs.

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Yash Vashishtha

Yash Vashishtha is a Senior journalist at working since 2017 who covers latest and trending topics.
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