IPL 2019 Qualifier 1 Live streaming: when, where, how to watch and follow MI and follow CSK live
NEW DELHI: Sent A Reality Check In Their Last Competition Match, Title Defender Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Would Get Home Benefit To Seal Their Place In The Topclash If They Are Confident Mumbai Indians (MI) In Qualifier 1 From 2019 Indian Premier League ( IPL ) In Chennai On Tuesday.
After The Grueling League Phase Of The Ongoing IPL, The Stage Is Set For The Playoffs With CSK And MI Taking Each Other For A Place In The May 12 Final.
There Is Hardly Anything To Differentiate Between The Two Sides As Both CSK And MI Have Won The Title Three Times Earlier.
The MS Dhoni-led CSK, Though, Have Been Patchy After A Strong Start And Finished Their League Engagements With A Six-wicket Defeat To Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) At Mohali On Sunday.
But Chennai Will Be Happy To Return To Their Den To Take On Table Toppers MI, Probably Their Biggest IPL Rival, To Decide Which Team Seals A Spot In The Final.
Here Are The Details Of When, Where And How You Can Follow All The Action Of Qualifier 1 Or IPL 12 Played At The MA Chidambaram Stadium In Chennai.
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What: IPL 12 - Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings ( Qualifier 1)
When: 7 May 2019
Where: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
Time: 7:30 Pm (IST)
CSK Boost Of A Tremendous Record At Home This Season, Winning Six Of Their Seven Games At The MA Chidambaram Stadium Here. Come Tuesday, It Will Act As A Big Advantage For The Hosts.
A Defeat, However, Will Provide Both The Teams A Second Chance In Qualifier 2 On May 10.
Bowling Has Been CSK's Strong Point So Far This Season And Becomes More Potent On The Sluggish Track At MA Chidambaram Stadium.
Imran Tahir (21 Wickets), The Second Highest Wicket Taker This Season After Kagiso Rabada (25), Has Been At The Forefront Of An Effective CSK Spin Trio, Including Veteran Harbhajan Singh And Ravindra Jadeja (both With 13 Wickets Each).
MI Captain Rohit Sharma (386 Runs), Quinton De Kock (492, Third Leading Run-scorer), Hardik Pandya (380) And Kieron Pollard Will Be Hard To Stop Once They Get And The CSK Bowlers May Have A Tough Task At Hand.
Deepak Chahar, Who Has Tasks 16 Wickets So Far, To Pick Up Early Wickets For CSK And Stifle The Rival Batting Line Up
Going By The Head-to-head Record This Year, MI Holding The Upper Hand Having Both Won Their Encounters Against CSK In The Preliminary Phase.