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IPL: MI crush KKR by 9 wickets to finish on top


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Play-offs schedule:
Tuesday: Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings in Qualifier 1

Wednesday: Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad in Eliminator

The final IPL 2019 standings after the league stage:

* It's far and wide for Kolkata Knight Riders, they overlooked the play-offs after the defeat and finished fifth with 12 issues. While Mumbai Indians jumped to top of the standings with a complete nine-wicket victory tonight. Mumbai will now face protecting champions Chennai Super Kings, who finished 2d after the league stage, in Qualifier 1 on Tuesday. Sunrisers Hyderabad through to the play-offs after KKR's loss, and can play Delhi Capitals in the Eliminator on Wednesday.

Overs 16.1: SIX! Suryakumar Yadav finishes the chase in style. MI 134/1, win through 9 wickets

Overs 16: MI 128/1, want 6 off 24 balls. Time for final time-out

Overs 15: MI 121/1, want 13 off 30 balls
13 RUNS!
Suryakumar Yadav (38*) hit Harry Gurney for 2 fours in the over.

* FIFTY for Rohit Sharma off 44 balls, his 36th in IPL. MI 116/1 in 14.Four overs

Overs 14: MI 108/1, want 26 off 36 balls
12 RUNS!
After Suryakumar Yadav (26*) started the over with a six off Sunil Narine, Rohit Sharma (49*) ended it with a cracking four. Mumbai on verge of victory now. Narine returned fi gures of 0/33 in four overs.

* Suryakumar Yadav (25*) hits a large six off Sunil Narine to deliver up 100 for MI in 13.2 overs

Overs 13: MI 96/1, want 38 off 42 balls
50-run stand for the second wicket between Rohit Sharma (44*) and Suryakumar Yadav (19*) because the duo take Mumbai closer to the objective.

Overs 12: MI 91/1, want 43 off 48 balls
Tidy over from Harry Gurney, conceded just three singles in it.

Overs 11: MI 88/1, want 46 off 54 balls
12 RUNS! Big over for the hosts. Suryakumar Yadav (17*) and Rohti Sharma (38*) hit a four each and every off Sunil Narine in it. MI cruising in their chase.

Overs 10: MI 76/1, want 58 off 60 balls
Rohit Sharma (32*) hitting a four nearly every over as Mumbai Indians cruise in their run chase. Seven got here off Andre Russell over.

Overs nine: MI 69/1
Tidy over from Prasidh Krishna, conceded just six runs in it.

Overs 8: MI 63/1
Rohit Sharma (25*) hit a four, but Sunil Narine gave away just 8 runs in it. Mumbai scoring price has reduced after the wicket.

Overs 7: MI 55/1
Successful get started from Prasidh Krishna, although he was hit for 2 fours through Rohit Sharma (19*) and Suryakumar Yadav (Four*) in the over. The pacer might be glad to look the back of De Kock in it.

* 50 comes up for Mumbai Indians in 6.2 overs

Overs 6.1: OUT! Krishna eliminates de Kock. MI 46/0
Brilliant catch through wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik, who had to run quite bit to clutch the top-edge from Mumbai opener. Prisidh Krishna gave KKR a large step forward together with his first ball, pushed aside opener Quicnton de Kock for 30. De Kock hit three sixes and a four in his 23-ball knock.

Overs 6: MI 46/0. Time for strategic time-out
Brilliant get started from Sunil Narine, only one single off it that too from the general ball. Five dot balls have checked the Mumbai scoring price. End of powerplay overs.

Overs 5: MI 45/0
Decent over from Sandeep Warrier, conceded just six runs regardless of of a four through Rohit Sharma (14*) in it.

Overs Four: MI 39/0
21 RUNS! Four, 1, 6, 6, Four, 0 - After Rohit Sharma (nine*) started the over with a four, Quinton de Kock (28* off 14 balls) hammered Andre Russell for a couple of sixes and a four in consecutive deliveries. Mumbai chase in in reality on now!

Overs 3.Four: SIXES! 6, 6 - Quinton de Kock (24*) smacks Andre Russell for back-to-back maximums. MI 35/0

Overs 3.1: FOUR! Rohit Sharma (8*) welcomes Andre Russell with an boundary towards third guy. MI 22/0

Overs 3: MI 18/0
Good over from Sandeep Warrier. The pacer started with a no-ball, for dislodging bails together with his bowling arm, but recovered effectively to gave away just four singles in a while.

Overs 2: MI 13/0
Tidy get started from Harry Gurney, gave away just four runs in it.

Over 1: MI nine/0
Good get started from Sandeep Warrier, conceded 9 runs it which included a top-edge six.

Over 0.3: SIX! Quinton de Kock's top-edge is going for a maximum over effective leg. MI 6/0

We are back! Quinton de Kock and Rohit Sharma to start the Mumbai chase. Sandeep Warrier with the ball for Kolkata.



Overs 20: OUT! Two in two for Jasprit Bumrah, Rinku Singh gone for Four. KKR 133/7
Fantastic final over from Jasprit Bumrah - two wickets and just three singles off it. Bumrah's figures: Four-0-31-2

Overs 19.5: OUT! Jasprit Bumrah moves to brush aside Robin Uthappa (40). KKR 133/6
Robin Uthappa may now not finished the KKR innings with a overdue flourish, gone for 40 off 47 balls which included three sixes and a four.

Overs 19: KKR 130/5
Brilliant penultimate over from Mitchell McClenaghan, conceded just seven runs in it which included three wides. KKR want a large remaining over to publish a decent target.

Overs 18: KKR 123/5
Lasith Malinga finished his quota of overs with every other successful one, took a wicket and conceded 9 runs in it. Malinga's figures: Four-0-35-3

Overs 17.2: OUT! Malinga scalps Rana. KKR 120/5
Third wicket for Lasith Malinga, pushed aside dangerous-looking Nitish Rana. Rana, after hitting a six off the first ball, went to every other biggie but found Kieron Pollard at long-off. Rana departed after scoring 26 off just 13 balls with the assistance of three sixes.

Overs 17: KKR 114/Four
SIX! Robin Uthappa (36*) ended the Jasprit Bumrah over with a immediately six, after the pacer gave away just three singles in first 5 balls.

Overs 16: KKR 105/Four
Tidy stuff from Lasith Malinga, gave away just six runs in the over which included a leg-bye too.

* 100 comes up for KKR in 15.1 overs

Overs 15: KKR 99/Four
16 RUNS! 6, 2, 6, 1, 0, 1 -
Biggest over for the guests up to now. Nitish Rana (15* off 5 balls) smacked Hardik Pandya for 2 sixes in it. KKR want more such overs to set a aggressive total tonight.

Overs 14.1: SIX! Nitish Rana opens his account through hitting Hardik Pandya for a maximum over mid-off. KKR 89/Four

Overs 14: KKR 83/Four
10 RUNS!
Robin Uthappa (26*) smashed Jasprit Bumrah for a four and a six off the general two deliveries. Good over for the guests, taking into consideration the pacer has started with four dot balls.

Overs 13: KKR 73/Four. Time for 2d time-out
Lasith Malinga's over started with a large six through Robin Uthappa (16*), but the Sri Lankan ended it on a prime. The pacer took two large wickets in the over, while conceding 8 runs in it.

Overs 12.5: OUT! Malinga moves once more to brush aside Russell. KKR 73/Four
A massive wicket for the hosts. Dangerous Andre Russell (0) was out caught behind with out opening his account. Two wickets for veteran pacer Lasith Malinga in the over. Mumbai on top.

Overs 12.Four: OUT! Malinga eliminates Karthik. KKR 72/3
Krunal Pandya timed his bounce to perfection at midwicket and took a just right catch to ship Dinesh Karthik (3) back to the pavilion. Lasith Malinga were given his first sufferer of the sport. KKR are struggling in the heart.

Overs 12.1: SIX! Finally, Robin Uthappa (15*) smashes Lasith Malinga for a large six over long-on. KKR 71/2

Overs 12: KKR 65/2
Krunal Pandya finished his spell with every other tidy over. The spinner conceded just four singles in his final over to go back figures of 0/14 in four overs. BRILLIANT!

Overs 11: KKR 61/2
MAIDEN OVER!
Pacer Mitchell McClenaghan got here up with a unprecedented maiden over. Robin Uthappa (7* off 17 balls) played six dot balls at this stage. Pressure increase on KKR batsmen in their do-or-die fit.

Overs 10: KKR 61/2
Krunal Pandya bowled every other tidy over - four runs off it together with a wide. KKR have scored just 12 runs in the remaining four overs.

Overs nine: KKR 57/2
Another good over from Hardik Pandya - a wicket and two singles off it.



Overs 8.2: OUT! Hardik moves once more, scalps Lynn. KKR 56/2
Quinton de Kock took a well-judged catch to end Chris Lynn's innings as Hardik Pandya grabbed his 2d of the fit. Lynn, while trying to hit a biggie, top-edged a slower delivery from the pacer and departed after scoring 41 off 29 balls, which included four maximums and two fours.

Overs 8: KKR 55/1
Krunal Pandya got here back into the attack and conceded just four singles in the over. Good work from the spinner.

Overs 7: KKR 51/1
Brilliant get started from Hardik Pandya - a large wicket and just two singles off it.

* 50 comes up for KKR in 6.3 overs

Overs 6.1: OUT! Hardik moves first ball, dismisses Gill. KKR 49/1
Big Wicket. Hardik Pandya struck together with his first delivery of the fit, trapped in-form Shubman Gill leg sooner than wicket for nine quickly after the powerplay. Gill mentioned with Chris Lynn for a assessment but decided another way, a just right resolution because the ball was hitting his heart and leg stumps.

Overs 6: KKR 49/0
12 RUNS!
End of powerplay. Chris Lynn (38* off 22 balls) smacked two large sixes off Rahul Chahar in the over. Time for first strategic time-out.

Overs 5.2: SIX! Now Chris Lynn (32*) welcomes Rahul Chahar with a large immediately six. KKR 43/0

Overs 5: KKR 37/0
Good restoration from Jasprit Bumrah. After conceding a four to Chris Lynn off a no-ball, the pacer ended the over with three consecutive dot balls.

Overs Four.2: FOUR! Chris Lynn (25*) hits Jasprit Bumrah for four off a no-ball. KKR 36/0

Overs Four: KKR 28/0
13 RUNS!
Back-to-back large overs for the guests. Chris Lynn (19*) hit a four and a six off Lasith Malinga in it.

Overs 3.5: SIX! This time Chris Lynn (19*) hoicks Lasith Malinga for a biggie. KKR 28/0

Overs 3.3: FOUR! Chris Lynn (13*) hits Lasith Malinga for a four to increase the scoring price. KKR 22/0

Overs 3: KKR 15/0
10 RUNS!
Finally a large over for the guests. Chris Lynn (nine*) smacked Mitchell McClenaghan's remaining ball of the over for a large six over deep mid-wicket, first bundary of the fit.

Overs 2: KKR 5/0
Good get started from Krunal Pandya too, gave away just two singles in the over.

* Spin from the other finish - Krunal Pandya comes into the attack

Over 1: KKR 3/0
Tidy get started from Mitchell McClenaghan, conceded just three singles in it.

Here we go...Shubman Gill and Chris Lynn to open the KKR innings. Mitchell McClenaghan with the ball for MI.

Here's how groups are stacked up sooner than tonight's final league game of IPL 2019:

Dinesh Karthik: "Everybody is as calm as we can get. It is necessary game for each groups and they are going to come firing. One change - Prasidh [Krishna] comes instead of Piyush [Chawla]. They have carried out a just right process up to now in the match. Obviously each are high quality players, so we expect them to ship."

Rohit Sharma: "We are going to bowl. The previous couple of choices we now have made on this floor had been in accordance with the opposition. Today we would have liked to look a total on the board after which see how we go from there. It is necessary but at the moment we do not wish to think about it. We are more excited about playing just right cricket. Not fear in regards to the desk. It is the remaining league game, we wish to focus on just right cricket. We have two adjustments - Mitch McClenaghan for [Evin] Lewis and Ishan Kishan for [Barinder] Sra n. It will get you into the momentum and the playing power video games are always necessary going ahead. We had an ideal game remaining time. It was now not an ideal total, but the bowlers got here out and bowled effectively."



TOSS | Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma wins the toss, makes a decision to box in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders

Playing XIs

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (w), Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Mitchell McClenaghan, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga


Kolkata Knight Riders: Shubman Gill, Chris Lynn, Robin Uthappa, Andre Russell, Dinesh Karthik (w/c), Nitish Rana, Sunil Narine, Rinku Singh, Harry Gurney, Sandeep Warrier, Prasidh Krishna


Head to Head: MI vs KKR


Hello and welcome to the live protection of final league game of IPL 2019 between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders on the Wankhede stadium.


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