The 14th season of the Indian Premier League starts today in Chennai

The debut match will be between reigning champs Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. The match will begin at 7.30 pm at Chepauk Stadium. The competition comes in the midst of developing worries over Kovid cases in the country. Fans won’t approach the arena

For Mumbai, who have won the most titles in IPL history, their objective this season is a capping stunt of three successive titles. This is a chance for Bangalore to change the shame of not winning a title subsequent to playing for a very long time. The lethargic contribution to Chennai will help the normal spinners.

The Mumbai group will hold every one of the central members of the group that won the title a year ago. The Bangalore group has rolled out certain improvements in batting and bowling, including the Malayalee players like Azharuddin and Sachin Baby. In the center overs, Bangalore will have unfamiliar players like Maxwell, Kyle Jamison, and Dan Christian.

Mumbai will be without opener De Kock tomorrow. The South African wicketkeeper-batsman, who shows up after the match against Pakistan, will miss the initial three or four matches. Devadath Padikkal, who has been dropped from the Coronavirus line-up by Coronavirus, has joined the group, which will carry alleviation to the group. In the preparation matches, youths Rajat Patidar and Shahbaz Ahmed beat the competition and gave trust.

Chris Lynn and Rohit Sharma will begin batting for Mumbai without De kock. Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Krinal Pandya and Rahul Chahar will be in the last XI. For Bangalore, Virat Kohli and Devadatta Padikkal will be in the initial job, while De Villiers and Maxwell are probably going to be third and fifth individually. At the point when Rajat Pathidar comes in fourth, Malayalee stars Tendulkar and Azharuddin should hang tight for a possibility.

In bowling, Washington Sunder, Yusvendra Chahal, Navdeep Seini and Mohammad Siraj will be in the last eleven. Notwithstanding De Villiers and Maxwell, Dan Christian and Kyle Jamminson are probably going to be unfamiliar players.