IPL 2018: Krunal Pandya and Rohit Sharma rescue Mumbai Indians

IPL 2018 Desperate Mumbai Indians Look For Solutions Against Rampaging Kings XI Punjab

Mumbai Indians will take on Kings XI Punjab in Indore

Though, till now their statistics are inspiring. Some of KXIP's decision-making contributed to that too: the out-of-form Yuvraj Singh was sent out to bat at number three (ahead of Mayank Agarwal, whose season strike-rate was 136) and the returning Axar Patel was sent out to bat at number five. The three-time champions needed 75 runs off the last seven overs but eventually got over the line rather comfortably.

Kings XI Punjab captain R. Ashwin praised his counterpart.

In KKR, they will find a rival who have more often than not got the better of them.

What used to be an experiment for KKR a couple of seasons ago has now become a regular practice with Sunil Narine opening the batting order.

The ease with which they chased down a target of 178 against the formidable Chennai Super Kings in their last outing is a testament to their chasing prowess.

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At Holkar Cricket Stadium which is located in Indore and it is the home venue of Kings XI Punjab.

Ben Stokes and Jaydev Unadkat, RR's costliest buys at this year's auction, have failed to win a single match for their team.

The second half of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is effectively Mumbai Indians territory as they are known for suddenly upping their game in this phase of the tournament and shockingly turning the tables. It seems that the local team did bat well and also presented a handsome score in front of the guest team.

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After deciding to bat, Chris Gayle's 50 and a late flurry from Marcus Stoinis propelled Kings XI to a total of 174 for six. Gayle scored 50 runs in 40 balls. That the big-hitting Jamaican has been in red-hot form in the ongoing edition of the tournament, only adds to their confidence. But a 22-run last over from Hardik Pandya powered Punjab to 174/6 in 20 overs.

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Apart from Yadav's 57 at the top of the order, Mumbai's innings was going haywire and heading for another defeat before fine hitting by Krunal Pandya saw him race to 31 off 12 and save face for his side.

But his opening partner, West Indian Evin Lewis has disappointed and will need to step up against KKR whose spin trio of Kuldeep Yadav, Piyush Chawla and Sunil Narine can be very risky.

Rohit has had to use Mitchell McClenaghan and Hardik Pandya in the death in the absence of Mustafizur and both have gone for plenty of runs.

Stoinis earlier dismissed opener Suryakumar after Kings XI skipper Ravichandran Ashwin had stalled Mumbai by shipping just 23 runs from his fours over of spin, Rohit's men 80-2 in the 12th over at that stage.

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