Between which teams will the IPL 2021 final be played, former Indian cricketer predicted

Between which teams will the IPL 2021 final be played, former Indian cricketer predicted

 Every cricket fan is eagerly waiting to see the remaining matches of IPL 2021. The IPL 2021 in India had to be postponed midway due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. However, when this league was postponed midway, 29 matches had been played and now the remaining 31 matches will be played in the UAE from 19 September. Now once again every team is going to be seen putting full emphasis to win the title. The second part of IPL will begin with the match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.

Aakash Chopra, former cricketer and commentator of Team India, told about which two teams will now reach the finals in the 14th season of IPL. Aakash Chopra held a question-and-answer session with the fans on social media, in which he was asked which team is going to become the champion this time, while answering this, he wrote that the final match will be played between CSK and Mumbai. However, he did not say anything about which team would win the title. 

Let us tell you that the last season of IPL was organized in UAE where Mumbai team won the title for the record fifth time by defeating Delhi in the final. At the same time, CSK could not even reach the playoffs for the first time. At the same time, CSK made a good comeback in this season and by the end of the first part, this team was at number two with 10 points. In this season, CSK have won 5 out of 7 matches so far. At the same time, Mumbai's team has won four out of 7 matches, it has lost three matches. With 8 points, this team is at number four in the points table. At the same time, the team of Delhi is present in the first place with 12 points. 

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IPL 2021: Kolkata's young warriors beat Mumbai, Bumrah-Bolt thrashed

IPL 2021: Kolkata's young warriors beat Mumbai, Bumrah-Bolt thrashed

Kolkata Knight Riders have once again won the IPL 2021 by showing a great game on Thursday. In the match played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Kolkata defeated the current winners Mumbai Indians by seven wickets. Kolkata's bowlers, especially Lockie Ferguson, did not allow Mumbai Indians to score big even after a good start. Batting first, Mumbai Indians scored 155 runs for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Kolkata achieved this target on the strength of young batsmen - losing wickets in overs. For Kolkata, its two young batsmen showed amazing and did not let one of the experienced bowlers of Mumbai's Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah, Adam Milne, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar run. Kolkata's Rahul Tripathi and Venkatesh Iyer wrote half-centuries for the victory of the sports team. Iyer scored 53 runs. Tripathi scored 74 runs. After this victory, Kolkata has moved to the fourth place in the points table.

Shubman Gill and Venkatesh gave a solid start to Kolkata, chasing the target of 156 runs. Both of them added 40 runs in three overs. Jasprit Bumrah gave Mumbai the first success by bowling Gill on the last ball of the third over. Gill scored 13 runs in nine balls with the help of a four and a six. Even after this, Venkatesh continued his aggressive style. At the end of the six-over powerplay, Kolkata's score was 63 runs for the loss of one wicket.

Half century in the second match itself

This is Venkatesh's second IPL match and in this match he also scored his first IPL half-century. He completed his fifty off 25 balls. Venkatesh got good support from Rahul Tripathi. Tripathi also played a half-century innings. Tripathi completed his half-century for six consecutive sixes on Bumrah. But after Tripathi's half-century, Venkatesh returned to the pavilion. Bumrah hit him bowled on a total score of 128. Venkatesh played a brilliant innings in 30 balls with the help of four fours and three sixes. Both of them shared 88 runs for the second wicket. Captain Eoin Morgan could contribute only seven runs. He also became a victim of Bumrah. Tripathi played an innings of 74 runs. Tripathi faced 42 balls in his innings and hit eight fours and three sixes.

Such was the innings of Mumbai

Earlier, despite Quinton de Kock's half-century, the Kolkata Knight Riders bowlers did not allow Mumbai Indians to score big while making a spectacular comeback. Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma made a great start by scoring 33 runs in 30 balls. Rohit, who performed brilliantly in the Test series in England, did not play the first match against Chennai Super Kings. Star all-rounder Hardik Pandya was ruled out for the second consecutive match, raising questions about his fitness. Rohit hit spinner Varun Chakraborty for two consecutive fours in the fourth over. At the other end, De Kock scored 55 runs in 42 balls. He hit Lockie Ferguson for the first six of the match. De Kock, who came in the sixth over, took 16 runs in his very first over by hitting two sixes. At that time the score was 55 runs without any loss . De Kock hit Andre Russell for two consecutive fours.

Naren breaks partnership

In the end, Sunil Narine broke this partnership by catching Rohit near the boundary line at the hands of Shubman Gill. He took Rohit's wicket for the ninth time in T20 cricket. Suryakumar Yadav became the victim of Krishna after scoring five runs, who caught Dinesh Karthik behind the wicket. Meanwhile, de Kock completed his half-century in the 14th over. KKR bowlers gave only 26 runs in the 10th to 15th over and took two wickets. Pollard took the team past 150 by playing big shots in the last five overs. In the last over, Ferguson took the wickets of Pollard and Krunal Pandya (12).

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