IPL 7 48th match KXIP vs MI:Kings XI Punjab ...

IPL 7 48th match KXIP vs MI:Kings XI Punjab Vs Mumbai Indians, Live scores, 21 May, 2014

Tags: Indian Premier League 2014, Mumbai Indians, Kings XI Punjab, Virender Sehwag, Glenn James Maxwell, David Andrew Miller, Michael Edward Killeen Hussey, Kieron Adrian Pollard, Rohit Gurunath Sharma, t20

Published on: May 21, 2014

IPL 7 2014 48th match :Kings XI Punjab Vs Mumbai Indians, Live scores at Mohali, 21 May, 2014.Match scheduled to begin at 20:00 local time (14:30 GMT)

IPL 7 48th match KXIP vs MI:Kings XI Punjab Vs Mumbai Indians, Live scores, 21 May, 2014

Match Teams:Kings XI Punjab Vs Mumbai Indians
Match Venue: Played at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Event : IPL T20 2014

Match Time:20:00 local time (14:30 GMT) (8:00 PM IST)

Toss: Mumbai Indians, who chose to bowl first

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Kings XI Punjab: W W L W W
Mumbai Indians: W L W L W
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Kings XI retaining Manan Vohra, a 20-year-old batsman, ahead of the auctions seemed to be against conventional wisdom. They then kept him hidden for nine matches, raising more questions about that decision. But if you saw him hit that back-foot punch for six over cover off a quick Mohammed Shami delivery against Daredevils, you wondered why on earth was he out for so long. Vohra's stats for his two matches this season read 89 runs off 39 balls, which is a strike rate of 228.20, a few notches above that of Maxwell.
Michael Hussey's return to the top of the order has lent solidity to a fragile Mumbai Indians batting. His half-century in his comeback match in Ahmedabad gave Mumbai Indians their best start this year. Maybe the team could have been patient with his form earlier. With three must-win games ahead of them, they now need Hussey to come good three more times.
Harbhajan Singh reined in the Glenn Maxwell storm just when it was threatening to explode in the teams' previous meeting. George Bailey and David Miller failed to fire and Kings XI could only set a target of 169, which, considering the conditions in Mumbai, was slightly below par. Kieron Pollard, with a 12-ball 28, helped Mumbai Indians complete the chase in the last over.
Facing them will be Mumbai Indians, a team on the brink. The defending champions have had a disastrous campaign and need to win all their remaining matches to have any chance of making it to the playoffs. The Mohali test promises to be their toughest as they will be playing their last two matches against Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Daredevils with the vociferous support of the Wankhede crowd behind them. That they are one of only two teams to beat Kings XI this season should boost their confidence.

Match Stats
Kieron Pollard's strike-rate - 130.89 - is the best for Mumbai Indians this season. Kings XI have five batsmen with a better strike-rate than that
In four matches against Mumbai Indians in Mohali, Kings XI have lost just once. They scored 168 batting first in that match, the same as in their loss against Mumbai Indians earlier this season
Kings XI are nine short of becoming the fourth side to hit 500 sixes in the IPL
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