Two end of the fortunes. Chennai Super Kings with two wins out of two matches play against Mumbai Indians who are yet to win a match. They lock horns at MI home ground Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Watch CSK vs MI IPL match live streaming on HotStar mobile app and Star Sports in India. Watch live telecast of IPL matches in India on Sony Six, Sony Pix and Set Max with live Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu and Tamil commentary.
Mumbai Indians have played three matches and they lost all of them. Rohit Sharma has accepted the hard fact that the team is yet to find the right combination. Aaron Finch looked completely out of sorts while opening the innings. He is injured and out of the contention now. Is this a blessing in disguise for the team? Let's see.
Rohit Sharma shoulders a lot of responsibility at the top. Good part is Corey Anderson and Kieron Pollard showcased their true batting colours in the last match. They hammered the opposition all over the park. This would boost the morale of the team.
For CSK, almost everything has fallen in the right place. They have enjoyed a long break after nailing two wins back home. Even Stephen Fleming the coach was happy to see the team getting a long deserved break right at the start.
Brendon McCullum has been the ace so far for this team with the bat. He has already scored a 100 in this IPL. If he stays there even for first eight overs, he can lay a very strong platform for the team. If he gets a good support from the other end with the likes of batsmen like Raina, Dhoni or Smith, he can feel free to go more aggressive.
Chennai Super Kings might be the strongest team in the IPL history, but they have lost most of their matches to Mumbai Indians. Above all they don't have a good record at the Wankhede Stadium.
Looking at the current form of MI, it seems CSK has an upper hand. Let us see who comes up as winners today. Stay tuned with live cricket streaming and telecast on HotStar, Star Sports and Sony Entertainment Network in India. Also enjoy India vs Bangladesh 2015 live streaming on Star Sports.