Bengaluru vs Mumbai Highlights – IPL 25th Match 2024

Watch Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Mumbai Indians IPL 2024 Highlights today. Thursday 11-4-2024. Indian Premier League 2024 Highlights. Match will be played at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

Will Jacks might be selected for the XI by RCB due to Glenn Maxwell’s meager returns. Maxwell did manage to connect on a couple shots during nets, but his season totals are at 1, 0, 28, 3, and 0. Suyash Prabhudessai might perhaps be brought in by RCB to support the bottom order. The disparity between Jasprit Bumrah and the other bowlers from Mumbai has been enormous. While the others averaged 35.60 and leaked runs at over 11 and above, Bumrah had an economy rate of 6.12 and an average of 19.60. Teams have made an effort to stop Bumrah and target the others, but as he demonstrated against the Capitals, how Mumbai distributes his overs over the innings determines how much damage they are able to contain.

Cameron Green makes his way back to the location where he achieved great success in the 2023 IPL with 229 runs at a strike rate of 172.18 and an average of 76.33. He was traded by Mumbai to the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) before of the season. Since then, he has been moved about the batting order without making a significant impact. On Wednesday, he bowled for a little while before starting a 20-minute hitting session during which he middled nearly everything. Will he improve at the Wankhede Stadium in the IPL 2024?

On Wednesday

the media end of Wankhede Stadium’s bottom deck of stands security guards were active. For the evening, ‘ball retrievers’ had been added to each of their job descriptions. Faf du Plessis was the nets keeper for two periods. One each for Mahipal Lomror, Rajat Patidar, Tom Curran, Glenn Maxwell, Cameron Green, and Suyash Prabhudessai. And dealing with spinning was the main priority. The goal for the hitters was to hit the spinners as far as they could because RCB had an abundance of them bowling spin.

At the Wankhede Stadium, spinners have had an economy rate of 7.82 in the IPL since 2021. They have returned 109 wickets at an economy rate of 7.76 in the middle overs (7 to 16). RCB has struggled against spinners in the middle overs in the 2024 IPL. Although they have only lost four wickets at an average of 50.75, they are the second-lowest scoring side against spin in that period. Their middle overs strike rate of 125 is only marginally better than KKR’s 122.68. The only two RCB hitters with strike rates above 110 are Patidar (171.42) and Virat Kohli (142.42), both of whom have faced at least ten balls of spin during the middle overs.

All of these

indicate a vulnerability that is just waiting to be taken advantage of. Mumbai hasn’t, however, bowled a lot of spin at the Wankhede Stadium this season. In their last match, Piyush Chawla and Mohammad Nabi shared four overs of bowling while Chawla was the only spinner employed for three overs against the Rajasthan Royals. According to their training regimen, RCB appears to be prepared for a little spin test on game day.

Mumbai has bowled the least amount of spin so far in this IPL – 18 overs, of which Chawla has bowled 10. They have only taken two wickets with spin all year, and their economy rate of 11.22 is the lowest of all the sides. Mumbai has left-arm spinner Shams Mulani and left-arm spinner Kumar Karthikeya, who can spin it both ways, if they do opt to use more spin. Will Mumbai alter its strategies to take advantage of RCB’s possible issues?

Toss: MI elected to field first

Royal Challengers Bengaluru team: Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis (c), Will Jacks, Rajat Patidar, Glenn Maxwell, Dinesh Karthik †, Mahipal Lomror, Saurav Chauhan, Vijaykumar Vyshak, Akash Deep, Reece Topley, Mohammed Siraj.
Mumbai Indians team: Ishan Kishan †, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya (c), Tilak Varma, Tim David, Mohammad Nabi, Romario Shepherd, Shreyas Gopal, Jasprit Bumrah, Gerald Coetzee.

Head to Head In T20’s: 32
Royal Challengers Bengaluru Won: 14
Mumbai Indians Won: 18

Form guide
(last five completed T20’s, most recent first)
Royal Challengers Bengaluru LWLLL
Mumbai Indians LLLW

Match Timings: 02:00 PM GMT | 07:30 PM Local
Umpires – Nitin Menon, Vineet Kulkarni
TV Umpire – Virender Sharma
Match Referee – Javagal Srinath
Reserve Umpire – Madanagopal Kuppuraj
Match number – IPL 2024 Match 25

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2 thoughts on “Bengaluru vs Mumbai Highlights – IPL 25th Match 2024”

  1. The music starts in world cup T20 which is not Indian dish of playing except for IPL which has nothing to lose for anyone. World-cups teaches caution of losing wickets.

  2. Most of foreign players who play IPL don’t expose their real talent knowing very well they have to prove themselves for their own country than show to others. Since only money is important seeing huge Indian cricket crazy crowds all acting is done on the fields. Most unfortunate are Pakistan players who always become victims of politics. Their presence would’ve added more glamour than before like adding spices to delicious Biryani which all religions enjoy eating. Some pretend like vegs but eat secretly at other places of invitation. BJP have created such hatred towards Muslims now at this time totally ruled out for partipation.


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