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Rohit primed for success in IPL once again

DNMUM436248 | 5/12/2019 | Author : Greenstone Lobo | WC :185

Watch this space for some bold predictions about your favourite stars

It is going to be a repeat of the 2013 & 2015 finals and it seems the end result would also go the same way.
If there was any man in Indian Cricket who has a horoscope a shade better than even the legendary MS Dhoni to win mega events, then it has to be Rohit Sharma. Rohit has as many as seven planets exalted in his horoscope, making him the captain with the best horoscope in International cricket. He doesn’t captain India in any format and India’s loss is Mumbai Indian’s gain.
There are two more factors that go in favour of Mumbai Indians – the average age of the Mumbai team is lower and doesn’t include many players who have exhausted their karmic quota. Chennai have just won the previous tournament and they wouldn’t
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