IPL 2019 offer – Mumbai vs Chennai Super Kings – Predict & Double your wins

After 44 days of grueling cricket action that saw 56 matches, the league stage of IPL has come to a close. Out of the 8 teams that have been vying for the title, 4 teams have got one step closer to it by qualifying for the playoff and they are Mumbai, Chennai Super Kings Delhi Capitals, and SRH. For the first time in the history of IPL, the top 3 teams of the IPL have secured the same number of points – Mumbai, CSK, and DC occupy the first 3 places with 18 points each. SRH had a rough ride and they somehow scampered to the fourth spot and earned their place in the playoffs because of the fact KKR lost its last league match against a spirited Mumbai team.

Mumbai vs Chennai Super Kings

As we move into the playoffs, we have a blockbuster encounter to look forward to. A spirited Mumbai team takes on the mighty CSK at their own fortress at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Both Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai are three-time IPL champions and would be trying to cement their legacy with a fourth win. Mumbai vs CSK is considered as one of the fiercest rivalries of IPL. There has been a no bigger rivalry in the history of IPL than these two teams. Mumbai Skipper Rohit Sharma refers to this rivalry as El Clasico of cricket.

Mumbai have won both the encounters against Chennai Super Kings this season so they would have a psychological edge over them. In the 26 encounters between both the teams, Mumbai has a better win record at 15-11. Also, CSK has lost their last four of the five matches against Mumbai and they have won 3 of their last 4 matches at Chepauk. In fact, Mumbai is the only team to have a better record against Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings – lion at their fortress

In the last 23 matches at home, Chennai Super Kings has won 19 and their losses have come against Mumbai and KKR. Chepauk has certainly been a happy hunting ground for the men in yellow. For CSK, their biggest strength is the form of their skipper who has been in subliminal touch of late. Dhoni has been on a Midas touch with the bat and has single-handedly won several games for CSK this season. The spin trio of Harbhajan/Imran Tahir/Jadeja has delivered big time. The spin trio has 47 wickets between them. Imran Tahir with 21 scalps is not far off from displacing Kagiso Rabada who is the current purple cap holder with 25 wickets. The biggest problem Chennai Super Kings has been facing is its shoddy and erratic batting, especially in the top order. CSK suffered a fresh blow yesterday with the loss of Kedhar Jadhav as he is out of the tourney due to an injury.

Barring MS Dhoni, none of the batsmen delivered consistently. Shane Watson, Suresh Raina, and Faf Du Plessis have not been at their clinical best so far. But let’s not forget they are big match players. Remember how Shane Watson came out of a lean patch last year with a swashbuckling century against SRH last year?

Mumbai –  beaming with confidence

Mumbai Team’s biggest strength is their gun player “Hardik Pandya”. Hardik did to Mumbai what MSD did to CSK. Not only he set the stadium ablaze with some astonishing hitting but also pulled a lot of tricks with the ball to help the flailing Mumbai Side. Hardik Pandya along with Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga are the key players for the Mumbai Side. Rohit Sharma finally found the momentum with a well-made half-century against KXIP and Quinton De Kock has played some outstanding knocks.

Both the teams might suffer from fatigue as they had games on Sunday and had to spend the next day traveling to Chennai. The winner gets one step closer to the title with a direct final berth, whereas the loser has the luxury of getting there with a lifeline by getting to play in Qualifier 2. Of course, there will be a sea of yellow in Chepauk with chants of CSK and Dhoni blowing the roof. However, the record Mumbai has against Chennai Super Kings would make any fan a bit iffy. Regardless of the outcome, we are sure to witness an exciting encounter tonight.

IPL Rummy Promotions

As exciting as the IPL has been our twin rummy promotions – Rummy Fantasy League and IPL Bonanza. Both the promotions continue to draw a large number of casual and serious rummy players. With a tempting prize pool of 10 Lakhs and an opportunity to double up on our loyalty points each match up for grabs, players have been enthusiastically participating in the contest.

The contest is back today after a day’s break. So, who is going to deliver this time? Is it the Chennai’s own Thala Dhoni or Mumbai Dada Rohit Sharma? Pick your winner between Mumbai team and CSK and participate in both these contests. Play the RFL 2019 tournament with a low buy-in of Rs. 10and double up on your wins. Deposit and play rummy online for cash. Double up on your loyalty points if your prediction comes true. Card games are as exciting as 20/20 match!

With exciting cricket and rummy action to follow, head home early and participate in these contests and rake up some big wins! See you at our tables!

IPL 2019 – Pick your winner between Team Mumbai vs RCB & Win double

Team Mumbai vs RCB

After losing six games on the trot in this IPL 2019, RCB finally managed to come out of the losing streak by beating KXIP by eight wickets in their home turf. For Kohli led side this victory couldn’t have come at a better time as the world cup is around the corner and a string of defeat under his captainship is unsettling to legions of followers of Indian cricket. As they say, cricket is a funny game where anything can happen. We cannot rule out the chance of RCB winning the remaining games consecutively.

Kohli was also able to find his right foot after an iffy start with a well made 67 and giving him a suitable company was AB De Villiers who rediscovered his form with a solid 59. Yuzvendra Chahal is the lone star shining for RCB picking 11 wickets at an impressive economy rate of 7.11.

Kohli led RCB will face Sharma led Mumbai today at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Kohli has the record of being the highest run-getter in matches involving RCB and Mumbai with 675 runs.

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