KKR will expect good performance from bowlers against Mumbai, there will be no change in playing 11

IPL 2021: Kolkata Knight Riders will clash with Mumbai Indians on Thursday in the Indian Premier League Season 14. In the second half of IPL 14, KKR made a good start by defeating RCB. In view of its poor record against Mumbai Indians, KKR’s team will not make any changes in the playing 11.

KKR’s record against Mumbai Indians is very bad. KKR have faced Mumbai Indians 28 times so far in the history of IPL. In these 28 matches, KKR have won 6 matches, while in 22 matches they have to face defeat.

The return of Shubman Gill has proved to be a great relief for KKR. After the excellent performance of the bowlers against RCB, Shubman Gill played an innings of 48 runs. Along with this, Shubman Gill seems to be getting a good partner in Venkatesh Iyer, who scored an unbeaten 41 against RCB.

KKR bowlers are in excellent form

The match against Mumbai Indians is very important for KKR. KKR has played eight matches in IPL 14 so far, out of which they have won only three. If KKR loses today’s match, then it will be very difficult for them to travel to the playoffs.

However, the KKR bowlers are seen in excellent form. RCB’s KKR was all out for 92 runs on the strength of his superb bowling. KKR will expect the same type of bowling from Varun Charkvarti and Andra Russell in this match as well.

Playing 11

KKR: Shubman Gill, Venkatesh Iyer, Rahul Tripathi, Nitish Rana, Eoin Morgan (captain), Dinesh Karthik, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Loki Ferguson, Pranali Krishna and Varun Chakraborty.

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