Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | IPL 2022
When is Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians on and what time does it start? Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians will take place on Thursday 12th May, 2022 – 15:00 (UK)
Where is Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians taking place? Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians will take place at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India
Where can I get tickets for Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians? Visit each team’s official website for the latest ticket information
What channel is Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians on in the UK? Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians live on Sky Go
CHENNAI SUPER KINGS
- Chennai Super Kings’ resounding 91-run victory over Delhi Capitals saw them move to eight points, although they sit in ninth-place as one of only two teams who are yet to reach the ten-point mark this season, the other being their opponents Mumbai Indians.
- A big positive moving forward Chennai has been the establishment of a top-level opening partnership between Ruturaj Gaikwad and Devon Conway, but whilst it looks to have come too late for them to save this year’s campaign, it does bode well for the future.
- Mumbai Indians’ revival came to a shuddering halt against Kolkata Knight Riders, as a batting collapse chasing 166 to win saw them bowled out for just 113, their ninth loss of the tournament, something that was not expected earlier in the year!
- Following the news that batter Suryakumar Yadav has been ruled out of the remainder of the tournament, Dewald Brevis is likely to come back into the side and bat at number three for Mumbai with either Riley Meredith or Daniel Sams dropping out.
These two great rivals would not have been expecting to do battle here in the race to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon. However, that looks like being the case in what has been a terrible campaign for both teams. Mumbai Indians’ recent upturn looks as if it were only temporary, but at least Chennai Super Kings showed clear signs of progress most recently against Delhi Capitals and should be backed to triumph against their bitter foes here despite the absence of Ravindra Jadeja from the side.