The last leg of the league phase has started and each game has genuine ramifications on the IPL group table. MI have 14 points on the board and have all but qualified for the playoffs, and could seal that playoff spot with a home win on Thursday.
SRH on the other hand need another success to get to 14 points and need to do as such without their talisman, David Warner. Martin Guptill is holding up in the positions however he would require a miracle to play the way David Warner has been playing this season.
MI then again have a settled unit, a higher position on the table and play the game at home. The chips are in their favour, but all of that could change on gameday.
MI vs SRH Dream 11 team Prediction
Wicketkeeper for MI vs SRH Dream 11 squad
For the wicketkeeping opening, Quinton de Kock and Washington Sundar will go at it, however we have an unmistakable victor, as Saha hasn’t included all season and has been drafted in only after Bairstow left.
Quinton de Kock then again has been MI’s lynchpin at the highest point of the order,, conveying that top order when Rohit Sharma has been woefully out of form. On form and pure skill, QDK gets the nod ahead of Saha.
Bowlers for MI vs SRH Dream 11 Squad
The Wankhede is known to be a burial ground for bowlers and that should proceed on Thursday evening also. Therefore, I wouldn’t put too intensely into the bowlers, however with the batsmen not so costly for this game, I am going to get in at least one bowler worth 9cr.
Lasith Malinga and Jasprit Bumrah stroll into my group for this game, as they don’t generally utilize the pitch in any case, nailing in those yorkers at the death. With no less than 4 overs of death bowling among the couple, I expect bucketloads of Dream 11 dream points. In addition, SRH are not by any stretch of the imagination known for lower order batsman who can tear apart the opposition, thus these two stalwarts will anyway have less competition.
For the last bowling pick, I would run in with Khaleel Ahmed, who right now is SRH’s most educate bowler, on the off chance that you just dispassionately take a gander at the number of wickets he has been taking. On current form, he is a better bet than Bhuvi and Sandeep.
All-Rounders for MI vs SRH Dream 11 Squad
Hardik Pandya strolls into my team for this game, taking into account how he has been batting in the lower center request this season. On that level Wankhede track, don’t attempt and forget him.
Mohammad Nabi will be utilized for enormous hitting drop down the request by SRH, all the more so since Warner has come back to Australia. Additionally, he gets the chance to bowl his full amount of 4 overs and with the SRH batting unit not by any stretch of the imagination arranged, I feel Nabi’s all-round abilities will serve me better than getting in a middle order batsman from SRH.
Krunal Pandya will be my final all-rounder pick for this game, considering that he has often been sent in at 5 and gets to bowl his full quota of overs.
Batsmen for MI vs SRH Dream 11 team
Manish Pandey would be the first batsman that I get into my team for this game. As far back as being elevated to number 3, Pandey has been playing some free flowing cricket, getting SRH off to good starts. Now, with Warner gone, the onus will be on Pandey to take SRH off to a flyer and ensure that he anchors the innings all through.
Martin Guptill ought to be David Warner’s swap for this game. The New Zealand batsman possesses sat tight a long energy for his shot and he ought to be at last getting it at the Wankhede. Guptill is an able replacement for Warner and while he has sometimes struggled in Indian conditions, you need to remember that the Wankhede is probably the best batting wicket in the country. On pure skill, get him in.
Rohit Sharma has had a hot and cold IPL, not so much getting into his notch. In any case, regardless of that MI wind up in the driver’s seat for a playoff spot. The MI captain should venture up with the playoffs coming around and the World Cup simply round the corner. Law of averages should catch up with Rohit too, and he is due a big one. On a flat deck, get him in for sure.
Evin Lewis or Kane Williamson?
For the last batting pick, I will run in with Evin Lewis, who is slated to bat in the main 3 for MI. He hasn’t generally gotten the chance to demonstrate his explosive self this year, but with MI having drafted him in since the last few games, it’s only a matter of time before he absolutely explodes with the bat.
Kane Williamson’s batting position isn’t known yet, as he came in at 4 in the last game, a position where he isn’t of much use to us as Dream 11 Fantasy managers.