MI vs DC live Updates: MI becomes table toppers; beats DC by 5 wickets

Mumbai Indian secured the top spot in the IPL 2020 points table getting the better of Shreyas Iyer’s Delhi Capitals (DC) with a convincing 5 wickets win. Suryakumar Yadav and QDK hit fifties as MI reached the required target with 2 balls to spare.

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Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals


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MI wins by 5 wicket

Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets. Suryakumar Yadav who scored 53 runs is the star in chase but the real hero was Jasprit Bumrah who bowled beautifully in the day. MI reach top of the table.


Brilliant 19th over from Anrich Nortje as he gives only three runs to take the match into the final over. MI-156/5 after 19 overs; need more 7 from 6 balls


Rabada bowls the 18th over. Pollard nudges the ball into the gap for a single to start off the over. Eight runs off the over in the end. MI-153/5 after 18 overs; need more 10 from 12 balls

MI lose half their side!

Ishan Kishan glides it towards the mid-on and it is caught by Axar Patel. FOW-152/5

Ishan Kishan dropped!

Kishan gets good connection on that one. Goes over square leg for a maximum. The fielder had a chance at a point of time but he dropped that.


Nortje steams in for his third and starts off with a beautiful yorker against Pollard. Pollard pulls the penultimate ball for a four towards square leg. Eight runs off the over. MI- 145/4 after 17 overs; need more 18 from 18 balls


Stoinis into his second over and the 16th over of the innings. Kishan smacks a four off the last ball. Seven runs off the over. MI-137/4 after 16 overs; need more 26 from 24 overs

Pandya gone for duck!

Perfect length by Stoinis. Hardik Pandya edges it straight into the gloves of Pant. Nervousness in the MI dugout. FOW-130/4; 2nd Strategic Timeout taken

Expensive from Rabada but gets a wicket

14 runs off it. Rabada returns. Gets smacked for a six off the third one by Suryakumar, who brings up his fifty with that. Rabada gets revenge on the next ball, removes Surya, who went for the wild slog but it was a simple catch for Iyer at mid-on. MI-130/3 after 15 overs; need more 33 from 30 balls

Big wicket for DC

The set batsman Suryakumar was looking to slog it on the leg side but it was a mistimed shot. Iyer completed a simple catch at mid-on

Fifty for Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar brings up his fifty with a six. What a beautiful flick off the wrist.


MI-116/2 after 14 overs; need more 47 from 36 balls

Ishan Kishan looking good!

Stoinis bowls it outside off stump and Ishan Kishan reaches wide to hit it and somehow he gets it away for a boundary. This has been a fantastic day for him.

100 up for MI

Suryakumar Yadav continues his rich form in the ongoing edition of IPL. The batsman is scoring runs at his own will, playing the ball across the park. MI-102/2 after 13 overs; need more 61 from 42 balls


Ashwin returns. Tosses the first one up to Suryakumar, who goes over the covers for a boundary. Good cricket from Surya as he rotates the strike off the next ball. Three singles to end it. Nine runs off the over. MI-90/2 after 12 overs; need more 73 from 48 balls

Ishan Kishan saved!

Good over from Kagiso Rabada, just 3 runs from it. There was a run out chance as well. MI-81/2 after 11 overs; need more 82 from 54 balls

We reach the halfway mark!

MI-79/2 after 10 overs; need more 84 from 60 balls

2nd wicket down for MI; De Kock falls for 53

De Kock departs! This was desperately needed. Tossed up from Ashwin and the South African holes out to Shaw at square leg.

Strategic Timeout taken

Harshal returns and beats de Kock on the first ball. De Kock smacks two consecutive fours off the third and the fourth ball.12 runs off the over and we go into the strategic time out!

MI-72/1 after 9 overs; need more 91 from 66 balls

Fifty for QDK!


Quinton de Kock and Suryakumar Yadav make things look very easy at the moment. The pair is hitting the ball well and have added 29 in 18 balls. MI-60/1 after 8 overs; need more 103 from 72 balls

50 up for MI

Harshal Patel comes into the attack. De Kock tucks the second ball for a single towards mid-on. Then Suryakumar flicks the third one towards deep mid-wicket for a boundary. Eight runs off the over. MI-52/1 after 7 overs; need more 111 from 78 balls

End of Powerplay!

Quinton de Kock smashes two sixes in Anrich Nortje’s previous over as the wicketkeeper-batsman changes gears after a slow start. MI-44/1 after 6 overs; need more 119 from 84 balls


Axar Patel returns. De Kock smacks him for a four straight down the ground off the third. Removes Rohit on the last ball of the over. The Hitman was looking shaky. Seven off the over. MI-31/1 after 5 overs; need more 132 from 90 balls

Rohit Sharma gone for 5

Lack of pace, Rohit goes for the slog towards the on-side but hits it straight to Rabada. FOW-31/1

Costly from Ashwin 

Ashwin comes into the attack and gets smacked for a four and a six, both from the blade of de Kock, who’s looking in good touch. 12 off the over

MI-24/0 after 4 overs; need more 139 from 96 balls


Spin has been introduced in the form of Axar Patel. MI openers would love to get boundaries here as pacers Rabada and Nortje have been great upfront. De Kock tucks the fifth ball towards mid-wicket for a double. Five runs off the over. MI-12/0 after 3 overs; need more 151 from 17 deliveries


MI-7/0 after 2 overs; need more 156 from 18 balls

Strong start from DC

Good start from Kagiso Rabada. He just gives away 2 runs off the bat. MI- 3/0 after 1 over


Rohit Sharma and QDK to open for MI; Rabada to bowl the first over

End of DC’s innings

Shikhar Dhawan remains unbeaten on 69 from 52 balls as Delhi Capitals post a challenging 162/4 after 20 overs. Mumbai Indians need 163 to win.

Delhi Capitals might be some twenty runs short from the total they would have actually anticipated.

150 comes up for DC

Boult to Dhawan. He finishes off with a perfect yorker for no run. Eight off it. One over remaining. DC-150/4 after 19 overs


Alex Carey and Shikhar Dhawan are up against Jasprit Bumrah in the final over. Smart captaincy from Rohit Sharma. A single to end the over, seven off it. DC-142/4 after 18 overs


Rahul Chahar with the ball. The run out is Stoinis’ fault. There’s never a second run despite the misfield. Dhawan then tries the reverse sweep, gets a massive edge but it’s safe. Eight off the over. DC-135/4 after 17 overs

4th wicket down for DC

A big confusion in the middle between Dhawan and Stoinis. The latter thought he is coming back for a double, gets too much out of his crease and Suryakumar yadav’s throw was accurate. Rahul Chahar nips off the stumps. FOW-130/4


Two from Stoinis and one boundary from Dhawan as Boult goes for 16 runs. DC-127/3 after 16 overs


Krunal Pandya has a good day with the ball. Marcus Stoinis, the in-form power-hitter comes to the middle. He starts off with a double in the fine-leg region. Four overs over for Krunal. DC-111/3 after 15 overs

50 for Dhawan

MI finally gets the breakthrough; 2nd Timeout taken

Pandya removes Iyer for 42. Shreyas Iyer pulls it towards midwicket, but he has mistimed this one. He is caught by Trent Boult. Big wicket for Mumbai Indians. FOW-109/3

100 comes up for DC

Chahar does well after conceding a boundary off the first ball. Changes the pace to confuse the batsmen but no wickets for him.  Eight off it. DC-103/2 after 14 overs


Rohit Sharma must be desperate for a breakthrough here as this pair is now begining to take the game away from Mumbai’s hand. Seven more overs to go. DC-95/2 after 13 overs


Bumrah is back. Slower ball first up, Dhawan makes room and cuts it. The ball was in the air but to the right of point fielder for one run. Both batsmen are dealing in singles and double at the moment. Six runs from this over. DC-91/2 after 12 overs


Rahul Chahar continues and does well again. Just five runs from this over. DC-85/2 after 11 overs

50 partnership for Dhawan-Iyer

Shreyas Iyer and Shikhar Dhawan have stitched a 50-run partnership now. DC-80/2 after 10 overs


Shreyas Iyer & Shikhar Dhawan are stitiching an important partnership here. The pair have added 43 runs in 28 deliveries and would look to go on together till the end DC-67/2 after 9 overs

Strategic Timeout taken

Kieron Pollard with the ball. One four in the over, 10 off it. And we have a timeout. DC-61/2 after 8 overs

50 comes up for DC

Krunal Pandya into the attack. The good thing about Shreyas Iyer is he doesn’t consume many dot balls. He comes to bat with the right intent. This is a good over from the left-arm spinner. Just five off it.  DC-51/2 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay!

James Pattinson goes for runs in his two overs. He’s not hitting the right line, and that’s a surprising factor. After three fours, the pacer does well to end over with a single and a dot. End of the powerplay. DC-46/2 after 6 overs

Rahane falls for 15

Krunal Pandya introduced into the attack. Dhawan shows intent with a sweep hit but it is straight to the fielder for one run. Rahane is a good player off the backfoot but the flatter length from Krunal made it difficult for him. Skipper Shreyas Iyer is the new man in.

Milestone for Dhawan


Rahane was looking so good but now walks back to the dugout. Goes on the backfoot and tries to play on the leg-side but gets trapped in front of the stumps. He knows that’s out so doesn’t take the review. Krunal does the trick. FOW-24/2


DC-23/1 after 4 overs


Boult continues. There’s a faint LBW appeal after the second ball. Full delivery to Rahane but clearly sliding down the leg. A four and a dot in the final two balls. DC-22/1 after 3 overs


Ajinkya Rahane is playing his first match of the season and it feels like he was waiting for the opportunity. The right-handed batsman is still new at the crease, but he is timing the ball perfectly and have already scored two four. DC-17/1 after 2 overs

Excellent start from MI

MI strike early as Boult removes Shaw in the first over. Rahane is the new batsman. He’s off with a double. A single to end the over. DC-7/1 after 1 over


Boult draws first blood; Shaw departs for 4. Full length ball from Boult. Shaw opens the face of the bat but hits it straight to the fielder at cover. Breakthrough in the first over. FOW-4/1

Aaand we are underway!

Dhawan and Shaw walks out to bat for DC; Boult to start proceedings for MI.


Rohit Sharma to don the MI outfit for 150th time. Will we see something special from the Hitman on his special night?

MI vs DC Playing XIs

DC wins toss and elects to bat first


IPL 2020 MI vs DC Live Updates: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals latest updates: 

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of match 27 of the Indian Premier League between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. DC are the table-toppers with 10 points from six games while MI are just below DC with eight points from six games. The two have been the most dominant teams so far this season, and this is what makes this encounter one to watch out for. Stay tuned as we will bring you all the live updates from the clash.

MI would be looking to retain their position at the top of the table when they take on DC in Abu Dhabi. Mumbai are at the second position in the table with eight points from six matches while DC are top with 10 points.

Both teams will go into the match high on confidence having won their last three matches respectively. MI beat RR convincingly in their last match while DC beat the same opponents easily in their last game. Just like last year, MI have played as a unit with different individuals stepping up at different times. DC too haven’t depended on individuals and played as a unit.

The biggest threat to DC will be MI’s power-hitters. Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard have been in good form and hitting them big. Their top order has also looked good, it will be a challenge for the DC bowlers to stop this rampaging MI batting line-up.

It will be a battle of power vs smarts. MI have power in their batting line-up while the DC bowlers have bowled intelligently through the tournament. Rabada and Nortje have shown the flair and aggression while Ashwin, Axar and Harshal have displayed their wits with change in lengths, pace and variations.

There is a lot of flamboyance in the DC batting line-up as well and with Shimron Hetmyer hitting form in the last match against RR, their batting line-up looks formidable.

MI’s pacers have impressed and Rahul Chahar has played the Batman and Robin roles time and again. It will be fascinating to watch the battle of DC batsmen vs the likes of Bumrah, Pattinson and Boult. MI need more from their fifth and sixth bowling options and this is where Krunal Pandya, who has been inconsistent, and Kieron Pollard will need to step up.

There is very little to separate the two sides. And we can expect a cracker in Abu Dhabi.



Dream11 IPL 2020 MI vs DC Predicted Playing XI 

Mumbai Indians Predicted XI

1. Rohit Sharma (C)

2. Quinton de Kock (Overseas/Wk)

3. Suryakumar Yadav

4. Ishan Kishan

5. Hardik Pandya

6. Krunal Pandya

7. Kieron Pollard (Overseas)

8. Nathan Coulter-Nile (Overseas)

9. Rahul Chahar

10. Trent Boult (Overseas)

11. Jasprit Bumrah

Delhi Capitals Predicted XI

1. Shikhar Dhawan

2. Prithvi Shaw

3. Shreyas Iyer (C)

4. Rishabh Pant (Wk)

5. Shimron Hetmyer (Overseas)

6. Marcus Stoinis (Overseas)

7. Axar Patel

8. Ravichandran Ashwin

9. Anrich Nortje (Overseas)

10. Kagiso Rabada (Overseas)

11. Ishant Sharma

Match No. 27

Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, October 11

Time: 7.30 pm


Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Digvijay Deshmukh, Aditya Tare (wk), Saurabh Tiwary, Jasprit Bumrah, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Rahul Chahar, Chris Lynn, Hardik Pandya, Sherfane Rutherford, Anmolpreet Singh, Mohsin Khan, Mitchell McClenaghan, Prince Balwant Rai, Anukul Roy, Ishan Kishan, Dhawal Kulkarni, Trent Boult, Jayant Yadav, Suryakumar Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, James Pattinson

Delhi Capitals: Shreyas Iyer (c), Kagiso Rabada, Marcus Stoinis, Sandeep Lamichhane, Ishant Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan, Shimron Hetmyer, Alex Carey, Mohit Sharma, Prithvi Shaw, Lalit Yadav, Avesh Khan, Axar Patel, Tushar Deshpande, Rishabh Pant, Harshal Patel, Keemo Paul, Amit Mishra, Anrich Nortje, Daniel Sams