On the basis of how DD played against RCB, it’s tough to not imagine them occupying bottom-place.
Capable of touching 150kmph, Mitchell Johnson can roll over any batting line-up on any surface but with just seven wickets and an economy rate of 7.71, Johnson is not at his best.
Mumbai Indians keep cool to defend 187 in an ill-tempered match against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The Sri Lankan pacer is suffering from a sore back which he sustained during the ODI series against Bangladesh.
Tendulkar had a two-hour long batting stint at the National Cricket Academy.
Pollock hopes Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers do not fire against them in Monday’s encounter.
Except for the loss against Delhi at Kotla,Mumbai have won all their away matches this year with ease.
Mumbai Indians have garnered 14 points from 11 matches,RCB are trailing them by three points.
At spin-friendly Chepauk,slow bowlers may be the key in eliminator between the teams.