After a long wait, the full schedule of Indian Premier League (2020), excluding the play-offs, has been finally announced. With Chennai Super Kings (CSK) players testing negative for Covid-19, last year’s runners-up will take on defending champions Mumbai Indians in the high-profile tournament opener on September 19. The match will be held at Abu Dhabi
That Jasprit Bumrah is one of the best bowlers in world cricket today is a known fact. But, for the legendary Sachin Tendulkar to come out and admit that the fast bowler is currently the best in world cricket is perhaps the greatest compliment he could have got.
Chennai Super Kings once again faltered against Mumbai Indians, this time on the bigger occasion of the Qualifier 1. Despite having the home advantage, Chennai could not stop Mumbai from charging into the final. Their batting was sluggish on a difficult wicket, leaving the bowlers very little to defend.
Mumbai Indians will look to achieve a hat-trick of victories against Chennai Super Kings when the teams clash in the first qualifier of IPL 2019 on Tuesday at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. Chennai have traditionally struggled against Mumbai and this season has been no different as they have lost both their home and away games.