Sony Six Set Max Live Streaming MI vs RPS IPL T20 Match

Sony Six Set Max Live Streaming MI vs RPS IPL T20 Match

The inaugural match of this year’s Indian Premier League will be played between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants on April 09, 2016, at the Mumbai Wankhede Stadium.

The match will mark the clash between Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Rohit Sharma, who are the skippers of Pune and Mumbai respectively.

The match starts at 08.00 PM IST, and it will be shown live on Sony Six and Sony Max (India), ESPN (United States of America) and Geo Super (Pakistan).

Mumbai Indians bat first after winning the toss.

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Follow live scores here.

Millions of cricket lovers are expected to watch this match, considering IPL’s mammoth popularity all around the world.

Watch live streaming online on Star Sports website here.

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Mumbai Indians will miss the service of Lasith Malinga in this match, as he is recovering from a serious injury. It should be noted that the pacer has not played even a single game for his country in the T20 World Cup due to this injury.

Mitchell McClenaghan will be leading Mumbai’s pace attack in the absence of Malinga. He will be supported by Jasprit Bumrah and Harbhajan Singh.

Lendl Simmons is considered to be the key player for Mumbai this season. The West Indies batsman is in full form, and he has already proved his mettle in the recently concluded World Cup.

On the other hand, Rising Pune Supergiants are debuting in this tournament through this match, and they will be trying hard to trigger a winning start.

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Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni is their strength, and they even have a strong overseas batting lineup comprised of big names which include, Kevin Pieterson and Faf du Plessis.

Like always, the curator of Wankhede stadium assures that the pitch is flat, and the ball will directly come onto the bat. Most of the tickets for the match has already been sold out, but some issues are surrounding this match, as farmers allege that IPL matches are wasting huge amount of water during this time of drought.