MI vs GT: Playing XI can be like this in cross match

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IM vs GT Playing XI: IPL 2023 is now towards the end. There are only two more bouts left, after that it will be known who is this year’s IPL champion. Now only three out of ten teams are in the race to win the title. All of these teams have definitely captured the title at least once. That is, it is confirmed that this time a new champion will not be found. While the Chennai Super Kings, captained by MS Dhoni, have won the IPL four times, the Mumbai Indians are five-time champions. On the other hand, if we talk about Gujarat Titans, this team has played only two seasons so far and has captured the title once. Meanwhile, the question is, which playing XI will the Mumbai Indians, captained by four-time champions Rohit Sharma, take to the field in today’s game?

There will be a battle between the Mumbai Indians and the Gujarat Titans to reach the final

Mumbai Indians is the team that has won the IPL title the most number of times so far. Now MI is claiming the title for the sixth time. The team started slow as usual and after that they won back to back games to reach the playoffs. Although at one point the team was trailing behind, the Mumbai Indians are known for what they have done. Out of the 16 IPL seasons played so far, the team made it to the playoffs ten times, while they managed to win the title five times. This time there is also a chance for the team to reach the final but before that the team will have to face a tough GT challenge i.e. Gujarat Titans. GT took the number one position in this year’s points table and won their matches consistently, so winning today’s match will not be easy for the Mumbai Indians. But you also have to take into account that Mumbai Indians is the team that has won the most consecutive games in the playoffs.

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It won’t be easy for Mumbai Indians to win against Gujarat titans

The Gujarat titans cannot be underestimated. The team captured the title in his first season and this time entered the playoffs at number one. However, in the first tie, he was severely beaten by CSK and prevented from advancing to the final. But being number one, he has another chance to go to the final. Well, it’s all about the Mumbai Indians, who had some technical problems at the beginning, but after that the team was back on track. Now the team is in incredible shape and the new players are now playing and helping the team win. If we talk about the playing XI of today’s match, then the team will remain almost the same as it had entered the Eliminator. Rohit Sharma is also a captain who doesn’t make too many changes to the winning XI. In such a situation, there is little chance that Kumar Kartikeya will stand a chance. Kumar Kartikeya and Nihal Badhera were kept as substitutes in the last match, but when the team’s wickets fell early, Nehal Badhera was signed as an impact player and Suryakumar Yadav was dropped. Nehal Badhera hit in such a way that it won’t be easy to shut him out now.

Possible to play XI of Mumbai Indians against GT: Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Cameron Green, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Verma, Nehal Wadhera, Tim David, Chris Jordan, Piyush Chawla, Akash Madhwal, Jason Behrendorff.

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