IPL 2022 – Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians Match 51 – Preview
Gujarat Titans (GT) will face Mumbai Indians (MI) in Match 51 of the Indian Premier League 2022. With eight victories in ten league games, the Titans lead the points standings. MI, on the other side, is at the bottom of the table, with only one win in nine games.
The GT’s decision to bat first in their most recent league match against the Delhi Capitals (DC) backfired. The squad only managed 143 points, with Sai Sudharsan leading the way with 65 off 50 balls. The bowlers were then mediocre, as the opposition chased the total down in 16 overs.
MI earned their first victory of the season in their most recent match against the Rajasthan Royals (RR). The bowling effort of the team was impressive, as they limited the Royals to 155 runs, with Hrithik Shokeen and Riley Meredith each collecting two wickets. Suryakumar Yadav led the batting with 51 runs, while Tilak Varma had 35.
Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians Match 51 – Pitch Report
The Brabourne Stadium has been a belter of a surface, and a run-fest is anticipated. The batsmen are anticipated to benefit from the flat pitch and short boundary dimensions. The clubs will try to bat first and score a lot of runs.
Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians Match 51 – Tactics and Lineups
With balanced team performances, the Titans have done most things well in their debut IPL season. With the exception of the most recent league games, the top-order has been unreliable, while the middle-order has shined on the majority of occasions. The bowlers have been mediocre, and they must improve in order for the squad to maintain its momentum.
In this game, the team is not expected to make any changes. Sai Sudharsan, a youngster, has returned with strong performances in each of his appearances. Because of his expertise in the T20 format, Pradeep Sangwan is anticipated to keep his spot.
Predicted Lineup – Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Shubman Gill, Sai Sudharsan, Hardik Pandya (c), David Miller, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Alzarri Joseph, Pradeep Sangwan, Lockie Ferguson, Mohammed Shami
MI has had a dismal season so far, and they are already out of the playoff picture. The victory in their first league encounter, on the other hand, will keep them motivated to win the rest of the campaign.
Kumar Kartikeya finished his debut encounter with statistics of 1/19 off four overs, earning plaudits from the cricketing community. Meredith and Shokeen, on the other hand, have done well at bowling as well. Furthermore, the squad will want to stick with the same lineup of batters, and the presence of power hitters like Kieron Pollard and Tim David will be beneficial.