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Consistent Mumbai eye another win

DNMUM387080 | 4/20/2017 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :216



Mumbai: Before the 10th edition of the Indian Premier League began, two-time champions Mumbai Indians captain stressed on the need to be consistent this season. The last few seasons, the team had faulty starts before bouncing back to make the play-offs.
The Mumbai Indians finally are achieving what they wished for. The consistency can be seen through their performances in the last few games.
After losing their opener against Rising Pune Supergiant in Pune, the Rohit Sharma-led outfit has emerged favourites, with four back-to-back wins, three at home and one in Bengaluru.
Going into their sixth game, Mumbai Indians won’t expect anything different. They will obviously have another win on their mind and carry on their momentum when t
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