Speaking of their stick, they look secure and there is no reason to make any changes in their game eleven.
The Mumbai Indians are widely known as one of the strongest T20 teams of all time. Their bench force is capable enough to form another franchise and make it to the playoffs. Well, as we look forward to another interesting Indian Premier League (IPL) season, the franchise could try all possible combinations for the team. Even this year, it is almost certain that they will advance to the playoffs.
With Rohit Sharma leading from the front, the mid-tier drummers fully compliment their captain. Other than that they have the strongest bowling attack with Jasprit bumrah and Trent Boult leading forward. They had no trouble reaching the playoffs and lifting the trophy.
For them, it was a piece of pleasure because Bumrah and Boult troubled top drummers. However, they could expect changes in their squad. Speaking of their stick, they look secure and there’s no reason to make any changes in their game eleven.
To be honest, they are just trying to strengthen their bench. If you don’t have an idea of how strong Mumbai is, you’ll be surprised to know Chris Lynn had to warm up their benches. Right before the 2021 auction, they released a few players.
Let’s take a look at 5 players Mumbai Indians can target to take their overseas spots in the IPL 2021 auction:
1. Tom Curran
In mid-2010, Mitchell McClenaghan was part of the core of the Mumbai Indians team. With Malinga bowling on one end, Mitchell managed to pick up wickets on the other end. He was also a good pitcher. With a save rate of 8.49, he managed to shoot two overs on power play and two on death overs.
In his IPL career, he won 71 wickets with the best bowling figure of 4/21. That says a lot about his ability to play in a batsman-friendly ground in Mumbai. Left-hander Kiwi was left unused by management, however, as a fiery Boult has always been the franchise’s first choice. As a result, he had to warm up the benches.
Mitchell had this ability to swing the bat correctly, but that wasn’t enough to get him into the game. A bowler who could tick the graphics is Tom curran. Recently released by the Rajasthan Royals, the English all-rounder can beat as he scored half a century last season and is an experienced bowler. With an aging Pollard on its squad, the Mumbai-based franchise can hope to include Tom Curran in its game XI.