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Mumbai Indians v Punjab Kings – Match Preview
Interestingly, the Kings have the edge over the defending champions in their last five head-to-head meetings. Punjab won three of those matches, including one earlier in the IPL 2021.
Where: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
When: Tuesday, 28 September 2021
Start time: 19:30 IST (14:00 GMT)
Pitch conditions: Three of the four matches in Abu Dhabi this IPL have been won by the team batting second. This is a good ground for chasing targets. A first-innings total of 180 or more could be enough, though.
Weather conditions: There is no rain predicted in Abu Dhabi on matchday. Hot and dry conditions are expected.
Mumbai Indians v Punjab Kings – Latest Odds
We are big fans of 1xBet, who are among the best cricket betting sites for the IPL. Their early outright match markets are always competitive.
The Mumbai Indians are priced as 1.616 favourites and the Punjab Kings 2.244 underdogs. This could be a good time to bet on an upset in the odds.
Mumbai Indians v Punjab Kings – Team News
Rohit Sharma – The Mumbai captain was his team’s top run-scorer against RCB recently, but still could not prevent defeat.
Hardik Pandya – Mumbai are happy to have the hard-hitting all-rounder back. Let’s see if he gets a bowl this time.
Rahul Chahar – The Mumbai star is among the best leg-spinners on display during the 2021 Indian Premier League.
Mayank Agarwal – The Kings effectively have four opening batsmen at the top of their order, with Agarwal arguably the best among Chris Gayle, Aiden Markram and KL Rahul.
Nathan Ellis – Punjab have the Australian fast bowler in their ranks now. See him in the Big Bash League later this year, too.
Mumbai Indians v Punjab Kings – Betting Tips and Predictions
Read these extra IPL betting tips to feel even better equipped for this match. We include solid advice about the best odds on offer.
Back Boult as Top Mumbai Bowler
The Mumbai Indians continue to centre their pace attack around Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah. Boult is a left-armer and adds variation to the bowling resources.
The New Zealand recruit is one of the international superstarsin the 2021 IPL and has taken three wickets in as many matches during the second leg of the tournament.
Boult is priced at 3.2 with bet365 to be Mumbai’s top bowler in this match. If he gets this right, the defending champions could win and keep their title defence on track.
Bet on de Kock in an Accumulator
Here’s a particularly interesting accumulator outcome. It involves the Mumbai Indians’ star wicketkeeper-batsman.
South African big-hitter Quinton de Kock is priced at 6.0 with 22Bet to hit a six, take a catch and make a stumping. He only needs to have on of each to make this a winning bet.
With two spinners likely to be in the Mumbai attack and de Kock renowned for quick stumping and hitting sixes, this looks a really good option.
Go for Gayle and Yadav in an Accumulator
Betway have Chris Gayle and Yadav priced at 2.6 to hit at least a four and a six each. This isn’t asking a lot of two of the best hitters in the tournament.
This could be made all the more probable if Punjab and Mumbai’s openers do well, leaving Gayle and Yadav to arrive at the crease at three and continue the momentum.
The stadium at Abu Dhabi is not as big as the one in Dubai, so the boundaries should be shorter for the batsmen to target.
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