MI vs LSG Dream 11 Team: In the first eliminator match of the 2023 Indian Premier League, the Mumbai Indians will take on the Lucknow Super Giants. The encounter will begin at 7:30 PM IST at the MA Chidambaram Cricket Stadium, Chepauk, in Chennai.
The Lucknow Super Giants and The Mumbai Indians share the trait of being consistently inconsistent in tournaments. As far as bowling goes, the Lucknow Super Giants have performed admirably. Their batting performance has been problematic. They have performed well in a few games, but have been unable to maintain consistency throughout the tournament.
Likewise, the same problem has persisted with the Mumbai Indians. Their batters have underperformed during the first phase of the competition. Only in the final phases of the tournament has their batting order shown signs of life. They have not been able to restrict the opposition’s runs because their bowling performance during the midst of the competition has been subpar.
Both teams must now forget what transpired earlier in the competition and begin with renewed vigour. For a team to win this match, they must perform at their highest level. If they fail here, the effect will be permanent. Prepare for a snoozer of a match, sit back, and appreciate the final moments of the Indian Premier League 2023.
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Ishan Kishan is capable of executing a rock-solid square cut through the off side and a very elegant square drive through midwicket. His smashing sweep shot in front of square leg and his direct drive through mid-off and mid-on are both impressive. Ishan Kishan is an exciting player to watch when he gets moving. In his Indian Premier League career, he has played 89 matches, scored 2,309.runs with a batting average of 31.36 and a strike rate of 143.46.
Rohit Sharma Is an excellent cricket ball lifter through mid-wicket and square leg. He can also cut the ball abundantly and ferociously through deep mid-wicket and strike magnificent flicks through the onside and leg side. In his Indian Premier League career, he has played 241 matches, scored 6,192 runs with a batting average of 22.36 and a strike rate of 134.33.
Suryakumar Yadav executes the uppercut proficiently over third man and is capable of playing a magnificent conventional sweep in front of square leg and mid-wicket. He also flicks the ball over mid-wicket and scoops the ball over fine leg in the leg side region. His cover drive over cover is magnificent, and Suyakumar Yadav is a delight to observe. In his Indian Premier League career, he has played 137 matches, scored 3,155 runs with a batting average of 42.58 and a strike rate of 185.14.
Quinton De Kock, also known as quantity, is capable of playing a superb front-foot punch through the off side and a great cover drive between mid-off and cover. Between wide mid-wicket and wide mid-on, he strokes the ball proficiently. If he settles in, he is extremely difficult to dislodge. In his Indian Premier League career, he has played 96 matches, scored 2,907 runs with a batting average of 35.75 and a strike rate of 140.20.
With the cut stroke, Kyle Mayers can smash the ball through the off side of the back foot, and he can also punch the ball through midwicket. He can execute a powerful drag sweep against square leg. He delivers powerful strokes that send the bowlers spinning. So far in his Indian Premier League tenure, this muscular man has played 12 matches, scored 361 runs with a batting average of 30.08 and a strike rate of 144.40.
Marcus Stoinis is capable of hitting the ball hard directly over mid-on and smashing it through the covers with a cover drive. He is able to play the reverse sweep through deep square leg and is an accomplished bowler. In his Indian Premier League career, he has played 81 matches, scored 1,438 runs with a batting average of 30.67 and a strike rate of 150.20.
Possible 11: MI
Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Nehal Wadhera, Dewald Brevis, Cameron Green, Tim David, Arshad Khan, Hrithik Shokeen, Riley Meredith, Chris Jordan.
Possible 11: LSG
Quinton de Kock, Kyle Mayers, Marcus Stoinis, Ayush Badoni, Nicholas Pooran, Deepak Hooda, Krunal Pandya, Daniel Sams, Amit Mishra, Ravi Bishnoi. Mark Wood.