Twitter Reactions: Jos Buttler outclasses Quinton de Kock to shoulder the Royals

IPL 2019,Mumbai Indians,Rajasthan Royals

IPL 2019,Mumbai Indians,Rajasthan Royals

Seam bowlers: Jasprit Bumrah, Jason Behrendorff and Jofra Archer - the three seamers who could be quite good on the Wankhede surface should be included in the playing XI as all the three bowlers have the ability to run through sides both with the new and old ball.

Rajasthan Royal suffered a defeat against Chennai Super Kings in their last match.

Rohit Sharma had sustained a muscle injury on his leg during practice on Tuesday which forced him to sit at the dugout for the first time in 11 seasons for Mumbai Indians.

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Earlier in the day, Rajasthan Royals captain Ajinkya Rahane won the toss and made a decision to bowl first. Rahane, in fact, outscored Jos Buttler before his dismissal, after he survived an LBW call with the use of DRS. The final flourish to the innings was provided by Pandya, who smashed a four and 3 sixes en-route to an unbeaten 11 ball 28 as Mumbai finished with 187/5 in their 20 overs.

Chasing 188, RR enjoyed a brisk start as skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Buttler put up a 60-run stand, with Rahane playing the aggressor's role, scoring 37 off 21 balls before being dismissed by Krunal Pandya. The wicketkeeper-batsman went on to play until the 19th over and notched 81 runs from 52 balls with six boundaries and four sixes.

Mumbai Indians will take on Rajasthan Royals in the IPL T20 game on April 13 in Mumbai. The run fest did not stop even after the fielding restrictions were relaxed with both batsmen finding boundaries in nearly every over. With 6 fours and 4 sixes, de Kock was destructive at the start of the MI innings, being the dominant partner with Rohit Sharma at the other end as the duo took heavy toll on the RR bowlers. He was eventually dismissed for 89, holing out to Suryakumar Yadav at long-off. Kieron Pollard found it real hard to get his bearings and struggled all through his innings. Dhawal Kulkarni, Jaydev Unadkat and Ben Stokes struck early as Rajasthan strangled CSK at 24-4 at one point. His misery was finally put to an end by Archer on 6 (12 balls) when he top-edged Archer straight up with Gopal completing a good catch running back from mid-wicket.

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