KKR vs MI, IPL 2021:Morgan and Co celebrate ‘Cake cutting’ ceremony

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KKR vs MI: The cake was made up of edible models of KKR players as the team enjoyed a short celebration after a win in their IPL 2021 opener
KKR vs MI: The cake was made up of edible models of KKR players as the team enjoyed a short celebration after a win in their IPL 2021 opener

KKR vs MI in IPL 2021: Eoin Morgan’s Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will face defending champions Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2021 match at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Tuesday, April 13. With MI off to a losing start once again, KKR will be determined to better their records against the five-time champions.

Ahead of the marquee clash, Eoin Morgan and Co enjoyed a special “Cake Cutting: ceremony as shared by the franchise on their official Twitter handle. The cake was made up of edible models of KKR players as the entire team enjoyed a short celebration after a win in their IPL 2021 opener against SRH. Check out

KKR vs MI Head to head

In 28 matches so far in the IPL, MI have always dominated KKR, winning 21 of the games to KKR’s 6 with the other one producing no result.

In the last three matches, Mumbai Indians have dominated KKR, winning the matches by 8 wickets, 49 runs and 9 wickets respectively. The last time KKR won a match against MI was back in 2019 after going winless against Rohit Sharma’s team in eight matches straight.

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MI vs KKR in IPL 2021 – MI Playing XI: How will Piyush Chawla benefit Mumbai Indians?

The biggest problem MI face is in the spin department, something which again came to light during their first game against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

Left-arm spinner Krunal had a decent outing against RCB, ending his spells with figures 1/25. But it is Rahul Chahar, who was a big concern for Rohit Sharma.

Furthermore, both the spinners are more of a restrictive option, and this is where Chawla comes in. The leggie has 156 wickets in the IPL, the third-highest for any bowler in the league’s history.

KKR vs MI in IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians Likely XI vs Kolkata Knight Riders

Rohit Sharma (C), Chris Lynn, Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Piyush Chawla, Marco Jansen, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah

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