Markets

T20: Mumbai's Hardik Pandya returns from injury to face Delhi

T20: Mumbai's Hardik Pandya returns from injury to face Delhi

For MI Suryakumar Yadav scored the maximum runs - 53 on 32 balls whereas, DD's Jason Roy bagged 91 runs on 53 balls for his team. We wanted momentum by taking early wickets but we couldn't. Rohit Sharma out! 18 (15 balls) c Roy. Hardik Pandya comes to the crease. Roy responded to the challenge of 11 needed off six balls by hitting Mustafizur for a four and a six, but swung and missed at the next three balls.

Also, it is time for Gambhir should understand that Shami, who has been facing some tough days in his personal life, has been always an expensive bowler in IPL. Mumbai Indians fans are looking forward to a big total cheering up at the iconic Wankhede stadium.Nine runs off the over. However, along with that, the unit also needs to handle their nerves well given that they've lost all the three matches after dragging it to a nail-biting finish. Rohit Sharma, the Pandya brothers and the lower order could only chip in with low scores as Mumbai Indians were restricted to 194 for 7.

Three games and three losses for Mumbai who will hope to break their duck when they host Royal Challengers Bangalore on the 17th.

Ishan Kishan came in at No.3 and impressed with his batting with a quick 44 in 23 deliveries. "Leg spinners are all about once they get their line and length right, that's what he did, you can bowl against any batsman in any condition", Khan said. Barring legspinner Mayank Markande, who has been a revelation so far, no bowler, including pacer Jasprit Bumrah, has impressed. With Lewis in good touch too, there were 11 fours and four sixes, and only 14 dot balls, before the field restrictions were lifted. Bhuvneshwar did not played against MI due to back pain and it remains to be seen whether India's premier fast bowler starts against KKR or not. Ishan Kishan comes to the crease. Trent Boult opens the attack. Expectations will be high from local boy Shreyas Iyer, apart from captain Gambhir, Rishabh Pant, Aussie Glenn Maxwell, Englishman Jason Roy and Kiwi Colin Munro. The misfortune continued for Mumbai as they lost to Delhi Daredevils in an encounter that stretched to the last ball yet again.

Rishabh Pant (47) then arrived in the middle to build a partnership of 69 with Roy until the 20-year-old was caught by Pollard as he chased a half-century, bellowing his frustration as he departed.

Roy made up for a struggling Gautam Gambhir, ensuring Daredevils had a brisk run rate even as the captain scored at a run a ball.