The Final match between Mumbai Indians VS Rajhastan Royal of the Champions League T20 (CLT20) is to be played today 06 October 2013 at Delhi. Watch live streaming of the whole match online at ISCPak.
Match Starts At:
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07:30 PM (PKT)
08:00 PM (IST)
There are no known injury concerns for Mumbai Indians.
RG Sharma*, AN Ahmed, NM Coulter-Nile, R Dhawan, Harbhajan Singh, MG Johnson, KD Karthik†, GJ Maxwell, PP Ojha, AR Patel, KA Pollard, AT Rayudu, DR Smith, AP Tare, SR Tendulkar
Royals have drafted Sri Lankan wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Perera and Kerala batsman Sachin Baby into their squad as replacements for Hodge and Shaun Tait, who is also injured.
R Dravid*, STR Binny, K Cooper, JP Faulkner, BJ Hodge, VS Malik, AL Menaria, AM Rahane, SV Samson, R Shukla, SW Tait, PV Tambe, SR Watson, DH Yagnik†
Look Out For:
Pravin Tambe has already played more matches in the Champions League than he played in IPL 2013, and hasn’t he been a revelation? Apart from being the second-highest wicket-taker with 10 wickets – one behind Sunil Narine – he has also bowled his 15 overs at a miserly economy of 3.93. Although his best spell – 4 for 15 – was against Lions, Tambe had tremendous impact in the semi-final against Chennai Super Kings. He picked up 3 for 10 against a batting line-up not too dissimilar to Mumbai Indians’. Tambe’s form has made spin, which was considered a slight weakness for Royals at the start of the tournament, their trump card. He wasn’t a part of the XI that beat Mumbai Indians in the first match of the tournament, so he will pose a fresh challenge.
Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid have collectively scored 102 runs off 121 deliveries in nine innings – statistics that could be damning for any T20 opening batsmen – but given the intangible value they bring to their teams, there is no point analysing those numbers. The result of the match won’t matter for most of their fans, nor would their individual contributions, but as the crowds have shown throughout this tournament, they will come and watch their favourites sign off on a cricket field and not off it.