PBKS vs MI Head to Head Records: The SportsRush presents for you the Head to Head statistics for the 17th match of IPL 2021.
The 17th match of the ongoing 14th season of the Indian Premier League will be played between Punjab Kings and Mumbai Indians in Chennai tomorrow.
Punjab, who have won a lone out of their four matches so far, are reeling at the bottom of the points table. Mumbai, on the other hand, are better-placed at the fourth position despite losing two out of their four matches till now.
Kings, who have struggled across departments amidst wholesome changes to their Playing XI this season, will have to put on display substantial improvement to defeat the defending champions. Indians, who are more accustomed to playing at the MA Chidambaram Stadium, doubtlessly have an upper hand ahead of this match.
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 2021
PBKS vs MI Head to Head Records
Total number of matches played: 26
Matches won by PBKS: 12
Matches won by MI: 14
Matched played in India: 22 (PBKS 10, MI 12)
Matches played outside India: 4 (PBKS 2, MI 2)
PBKS average score against MI: 167
MI average score against PBKS: 163
Most runs for PBKS: 383 (Lokesh Rahul)
Most runs for MI: 498 (Kieron Pollard)
Most wickets for PBKS: 8 (Mohammed Shami)
Most wickets for MI: 17 (Jasprit Bumrah)
Most catches for PBKS: 3 (Murugan Ashwin and Mandeep Singh)
Most catches for MI: 14 (Kieron Pollard)
The last time when Punjab and Mumbai had locked horns against each other was during an IPL 2020 league match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. In what was a freak contest, the match had gone on to a never-seen-before second super over before Punjab registered a victory.
Earlier, after MI captain Rohit Sharma had won the toss and chose to bat, his team had scored 176/6 in 20 overs on the back of a quickfire unbeaten 57-run partnership between vice-captain Kieron Pollard (34 not out) and fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile (24 not out). For Punjab, captain Lokesh Rahul had led from the front to score 77 (51) before getting out in the 18th over.