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Captain vs deputy as MI seek to get back to winning ways

DNMUM434937 | 4/15/2019 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :496

INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE Match No 31

Mumbai: The second half of 2019 IPL beginning today pits India’s limited-overs captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma against each other at the Wankhede here on Monday.
Match No. 31 out of the total of 60 IPL matches will give Kohli and his team a chance to avenge their previous loss to in Bengaluru in the first leg that ended in controversial fashion.
It was that match that Mumbai Indians won by six runs when umpire S Ravi failed to notice a certain no ball by Lasith Malinga off the last ball of the match.
Since then, though, MI have gone on an upward ride, winning three more matches to be currently sitting in the top half of the points table.
On the other hand, RCB have only been losing one game after
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