On the brink of elimination after six defeats on the trot, the woefully out-of-form Mumbai Indians need to notch up their first win of this IPL to remain in the running for qualification when they face Chennai Super Kings on Thursday. Five-time champions Mumbai have not won a single match this season and a loss on Thursday would bring down the curtains on their campaign. For Mumbai, the primary cause of concern is the form of skipper Rohit Sharma, who has gathered only 114 runs from six innings.
"You're not too far away from that 🇮🇳 cap." 😎— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 20, 2022
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