MI vs LSG: One mistake game over, Hitman has missed 3 times, will he be able to change history like Dhoni?

New Delhi. Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans became part of IPL in the year 2022. The brightness that both the teams spread with their performance had reduced the stature of all the big names. From last year till the current season of IPL, Gujarat continued to hunt Chennai Super Kings, while Lucknow’s target was Mumbai Indians.

On Tuesday, Chennai jammed the wheels of Gujarat’s Vijayarath going against it. Now it has to be seen whether Rohit Sharma’s team will also be able to do the same? Somehow, with the help of juggling and luck, Mumbai made it to the IPL playoffs, but will its journey continue further or will it leave the tournament on Wednesday. If Mumbai Indians have to become champions for the sixth time, then they will have to do what they have not been able to do so far.

Lucknow Super Giants defeated Mumbai Indians twice in the last IPL season. In this season both the teams clashed once and Lucknow managed to hit the ground by 5 runs. Heavy in numbers Lucknow has never faced Mumbai before at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Therefore, Krunal Pandya’s team will have to be cautious in this regard. However, considering the way Lucknow’s average score against Mumbai has been 181, Wednesday’s match is expected to be high-scoring as well. Mumbai’s average score against Lucknow has been 162 runs.

This model will be trapped if Lucknow Super Giants wins, has a special relationship with Pandya brothers, one is ‘baby’ and the other…

The batter of Lucknow for whom Mumbai will have to prepare the most special strategy will be Marcus Stoinis. Stoinis has been the top scorer against Mumbai from Lucknow. Same, Mumbai will expect a big innings from Rohit Sharma. He has been the top scorer for Mumbai by scoring 82 runs. Let us tell you that in the first qualifier played on Tuesday, Chennai Super Kings have confirmed their place in the final by defeating Gujarat Titans.

Tags: IPL 2023, Krunal Pandya, Lucknow Super Giants, mumbai indians, Rohit sharma

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