Indian Premier League kicks off today with a match between the two times Champion Chennai Super Kings with mighty Mumbai Indians on the home ground of Chennai at 14:30 GMT. Chennai Super Kings is bundled with the Super Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni as their Captain, with classic batsmen like Mike Hussey, Suresh Raina, Dwayne Bravo and the pacers Doug Bollinger, Ben Hilfenhaus makes Super Kings a full fledged team able to lift another IPL Cup.
On the other hand, Mumbai Indians lead by Harbhajan Singh is likely to upset the remaining teams with the sheer talent they have in the team, namely the Proteas Herschelle Gibbs, Slinga Malinga, Mitchell Johnson, clear Striker of the ball Keron Pollard, slow left arm yet very reliable former Chennai player Pragyan Ojha and last but not the least India’s greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
The above list of the player clearly predicts a nail biting contest between the two giant teams of India Domestic Cricket and a full jam packed crowd is expected at the ground to cheer up and support their National and Regional heroes.
Stats and Trivia tells us that Super Kings’ overall win-loss ratio across four seasons (1.54) is easily ahead of second-placed Mumbai, who have a slightly matching value of 1.26.
Mumbai and Super Kings have played eight games against each other and the head-to-head record is locked at 4-4.