Mumbai Indians need 115 runs to win after Boult’s restricted figures restricts CSK to 114 runs. CSK have posted a total of 114 runs after losing nine wickets in 20 overs against Mumbai Indians after being sent to bat first.
Mumbai Indians captain Kieron Pollard won the toss & elected to field first in the 41st match of the IPL 2020 at the iconic Sharjah Cricket Stadium. All-rounder Sam Curran was the highest run scorer who scored 52 runs off 47 balls. Sam helped CSK franchise to keep their hopes alive in the match after being restricted to 43/7 at one point. Trent Boult was the star bowler for MI accounting for four wickets while conceding 18 runs. Jasprit Bumrah and Rahul Chahar further chipped in with two wickets apiece, to help MI dominate CSK.