Mumbai Che Raje Vs Chennai Challengers Best Dream 11 Team: MCR look to get back to winning ways while CHC look to build on their first win.
Two matches, two contrasting results for today’s opponents. While the Mumbai Che Raje became the latest side to face the brunt of Delhi’s stupendous raiding capabilities, the Chennai Challengers on the other hand became the latest reapers of facing off against a lacklustre Telegu Bulls side.
Mumbai Che Raje Vs Chennai Challengers Best Dream 11 Team
Both the sides saw their matches involve 50 plus raiding points, just on the opposite end of the green for both the sides. While CHC got past TLB 51-29, dominating both the halves, MCR on their hand put on a calamitous display with their defence leaking point at will. They were unable to cope with an onslaught by the Delhi side, falling down 56-35, a scoreline that rendered their opening win against the Bulls obsolete.
What is a sparking bone of contention for Mumbai is the way their defence has been cleaned out with ease on two occasions now. It needs to step up big time and show why the massive payday was shelled out to it if Mumbai are to salvage their season.
As we head into dwelling our heads into the Dream 11 side for this faceoff, it’s become a tricky proposition to craft our sides now. The game has increased the prices of players with the pivotal figures emerging as the tournament runs its course. We’ve still put in both the aspect of credits and key players into consideration to give you a streamlined side between the two.
The one stable player from a shaky backline of Mumbai is Diljeet and we have to pick up despite his humongous credit price of 16. With 89 points, he’s emerged a player who has shown resilience in an inconsistent showing by his fellow defenders and we pick him keeping in mind that this will be a match where Mumbai’s defence will have to act as the patrons of their win.
Showing determination, grit, will and resolve for Chennai have been Dhanraj and Mofimandal and we are going to have both in our sides. Chennai have also relied on their defensive gameplan first and foremost and they’ll be looking to do that yet again.
Just the one all-rounder for us today as we shift from type given how absolutely absent Mumbai’s all-rounders have been. It’s the one pick from Chennai in Sunil Kumar coming into our side to offer the elusive points we always anticipate from a player who is capable of coming up with the vital tackles and blocks as well as the steals in attack.
This is the arena where we see Mumbai players indulging in our side. The raiders have not been the perfect but they have shown more than enough glimpses of brilliance, seeing us reaffirm decisiveness in them to come up with the goods on the night. Susha Appose Vagare and Mohit Narwal. While Mohit was not initially selected for Mumba’s side, he has shown ever since being reposed faith in and we expect him to put on a noteworthy performance.
From CHC, RR Bobade will continue to hold fort in our side as the last time around. He’s been their best attacking player and finds a place to complete our side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We us envisioning CHC to eventually hang on and win this one, Sunil Kumar will be our captain while from Mumbai we’ve gone with a different pick with our vice-captain being Mohit Narwal.
Mumbai Che Raje
Defenders: Diljeet Singh Chavan, Manish & Ravi Deshwal
All-Rounders: Rashid Shaikh and Shashank Wankhede
Raiders: Susha Apposo Vagare and Mohit Narwal
Defenders: B Dhanraj, Mofimandal, Sandeep Hooda
All Rounders: Sunil Kumar-II, N Iswalkar
Raiders: RR Bobade, TS Chandra/S Kumar
Probable Substitutes: Elayaraja, Mandeep-I, R Singh, G Prasad
IPKL Match 12, Mumbai Che Raje Vs Chennai Challengers
Date And Time: 18th May, Saturday- 9:00pm
Television: DD Sports