MI vs CSK LIVE Score, IPL Updates: Sams Removes Gaikwad, Santner; Rayudu joins Uthappa

Welcome to sports star‘s LIVE coverage of the IPL 2022 match between MI and CSK at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. This is Santadeep Dey, brings you all the action as it unfolds to the location.



MI in 4 overs: Uthappa cuts one of his pillows to say goodbye.

MI 22/2 in 3 overs: Santner top edge and Sams has his second! Unadkat settles under it. Rayudu takes off with a six to fine leg.

MI 15/1 in 2 overs: Bumrah shares the new ball in his 200th T20 game. The second delivery is a wide lower leg. Six of those left.

MI 9/1 in 1 about: Game on! Ruturaj scythe one straight to Tilak on point. Sams hits the first ball. Santner is number 3. A surprising choice. Santner picks the hole on the offside to get a boundary. Continued halfway through the next for four more.

Ruturaj and Uthappa stroll inside. Sams has the new ball in hand.



MI 155/7 in 20 overs: Bravo starts with a wide. Unadkat gets a ledge that rolls down to the third man’s fence. The Saurashtra skipper then records a cracking maximum. Not quite the mid draw, but it has enough to sail into the stands. Two of the last ball while CSK puts 99 in the back of 10.

MI 139/7 in 19 overs: Tilak goes to the center of the very first ball that moves within three of his fifty! Hits the target of 42 balls. Fifth drop of the day as Dube now drops a dolly. Unadkat heaves a sigh of relief.

MI 126/7 in 18 overs: Sams is stuck up front. MI decides to go for the DRS, but in vain. The original decision still stands. This is Bravo’s 150th wicket in yellow. Unadkat walks in. Tilak swings out to send the ball fine boned down. Four.

MI 119/6 in 17 overs: Teakshana for bowling. Pollard goes out to Dube with a straight long-on. It’s not the first time he’s fallen in this kind of field setup. Sams opens his account with a four.

MI 110/5 in 16 overs: Bravo, wanting to fire into a Yorker, wanders downstairs. wide. Bravo fires a yorker into Tilak’s pillows. Leg-bye has been spotted. Tilak works a slot ball over extra cover for four. One more leg-bye to end the over.

MI 100/5 in 15 overs: Theekshana replaces Jadeja. Starts with the carrom ball from which Pollard picks up a single. Pollard connects and this is launched into space! 94m. Mumbai enters the three digits.

MI 89/5 in 14 overs: Bravo and Uthappa combine to finally give CSK the wicket it’s been looking for. Shokeen just can’t keep riding his luck forever. Miscue half way through. The umpire indicates that it is time for the strategic break before Pollard, who announced his international retirement yesterday, arrives. Pollard opens the clubface of his bat to guide the ball through the third man and get four of the very first ball.

MI 84/4 in 13 overs: Shokeen finds the hole at deep extra cover. This is stylish hitting from the all-rounder from Delhi.

MI 74/4 in 12 overs: Santner starts with a short ball. Shokh pulls a swivel to hammer this into the fence. JADEJA HAS LEFT ANOTHER SITTER. Yes, you read that right. It reflects the kind of season CSK is going through.

MI 69/4 in 11 overs: Tilak gets on one knee to push Mumbai the much-needed boundary of Jadeja’s bowling alley. Shokeen meanwhile slyly leads a wide delivery down the first slip and down third man for four.

MI 56/4 in 10 overs: Pretorius changes his pace with each delivery. Tilak and Shokeen continue to tap the scoreboard with risk-free strokes.

MI 52/4 in 9 overs: Jadeja continues. Shokeen ran ahead of Pollard here. Interesting choice. Meanwhile, Jaddu has slipped into another silent one – three of them. Time for the strategic timeout.

MI 49/4 in 8 overs: Santner is on the attack again. AWAY! Suryakumar Yadav goes out. Big wicket. MI slips further away. Debutant Hrithik Shokeen comes to the fold. Clean from Santner, three runs and a wicket.

MI 46/3 in 7 overs: Ravindra Jadeja comes on the attack. Only four of the left.

MI 42/3 in 6 overs: theekshana. Suryakumar Yadav cleverly sweeps for six. Good comeback from the Lankan. Five of the next four.

MI 31/3 in 5 overs: Mukesh could have had a fourth here. But Tilak was dropped on 2 by Bravo on the first slip. Worse, CSK admits a limit. Brilliant from Mukesh. Only four of the fifth left.

MI 27/3 in 4 overs: Time for some off spin. Theekshana on the attack. A decent over, this one, with only four singles coming out.

MI 23/3 in 3 overs: Through the covers… Suryakumar goes for the elegant ride again. Four more. Surya and Brevis manage to run three while the first hits one over midwicket. Mukesh’s third! The pacer spits fire… The easiest nicks carry to Dhoni behind the sticks. Brevis runs.

MI 14/2 in 2 overs: Beaten! Santner manages to sneak one under Suryakumar’s knife. Dhoni, blinded by Suryakumar, misses a stupid opportunity. Four! SKY skimmed one off with extra coverage. Jadeja drops Brevis at 2. A nanny.

MI 6/2 in 1 about: Mukesh starts off with a toe breaker that Rohit just manages to dig out. Away! Rohit dies for nothing. A ball of hitting length and Rohit stabs it half way to Santner. Brevis replaces his skipper at the crease. After a loud call, CSK decides not to go for an assessment of caught arrears. The giant screen shows no peak. Another scorching yorker sees Kishan’s backside… Encased in front of a golden duck. This is bad news for Mumbai. SKY comes way too early. He immediately runs off with a limit.

Rohit and Ishan open the battle. Mukesh to keep things going for Chennai. Let’s go play!


Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan (wk), Dewald Brevis, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Kieron Pollard, Daniel Sams, Hrithik Shokeen, Riley Meredith, Jaydev Unadkat, Jasprit Bumrah

Chennai Super Kings: Ruturaj Gaikwad, Robin Uthappa, Ambati Rayudu, Shivam Dube, Ravindra Jadeja (c), MS Dhoni (wk), Dwaine Pretorius, Dwayne Bravo, Mitchell Santner, Maheesh Theekshana, Mukesh Choudhary


Rohit Sharma: The surfaces have changed a bit. The teams have won here in the last 3-4 matches. We have made three changes. Riley Meredith makes his debut for Mumbai, Hrithik Shokeen is an off-spinner and on his debut Daniel Sams returns. We’re going to see if we can find the right balance. There is a little bounce. We try to keep things as simple as possible and not overcomplicated.

Ravindra Jadeja: Let’s go bowling first. The wicket looks a bit damp and we would like to take advantage of that. It may twist a little initially and the dew may come in the second half. Pretorius and Santner replace Moeen and Jordan.


Chennai Super Kings for bowling.

MI and CSK captains Rohit Sharma (left) and Ravindra Jadeja. – IPL


“The dimensions are 73m on one side and 77m on the other, we are pretty much the center of this venue. This pitch was used early in the tournament where Punjab defeated Kings RCB in a massive chase. Expect lots of runs It’s a bit dry, nice and hard and there’s a lot of grass on it, but the big question will be whether the captain who wins the toss bats first,” said Matthew Hayden.

MI vs CSK MATCH Preview

Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians – the two heavyweights of IPL with nine titles between them – find themselves languishing at the bottom of the points list as they take on Thursday at DY Patil Stadium.

As Mumbai succumbed to its sixth straight defeat to Lucknow Super Giants and recorded its longest losing streak, Chennai smelled the win but lost the scent to Gujarat Titans.

A failed top order and debauchery with the ball in the death-overs plagued both sides. Ishan Kishan has scored 56 runs in his last four innings, while MI skipper Rohit Sharma failed to convert a quick start into big scores, scoring 114 runs in six innings.

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Ruturaj Gaikwad was back among the runs against Gujarat after scoring 35 runs in the first five games, but will have to provide consistent support to the in-form Robin Uthappa. The number three was a concern for CSK, with Moeen Ali scoring 87 runs in five innings.

Chris Jordan’s 25-run 18th over sank CSK against Titans, while MI’s Tymal Mills leaked 21 runs in the 19th, which proved decisive against LSG. Mumbai’s economy rate of 13.30 in the death overs is the worst this season, while CSK has fallen to 11.89 during this period.

Shivam Dube, whose 46-ball unbeaten 95 against Royal Challengers Bangalore gave Bangalore CSK the lone win, will be the key player to watch out for. Mumbai is counting on Suryakumar Yadav, the leading run scorer in IPL 2022.

– Dhruva Prasad


All time Head to head – Matches: 32, MI won: 19, CSK won: 13

HS (MI) vs. CSK: 219/6

LS (MI) vs. CSK: 136/8

HS (CSK) vs MI: 218/4

LS (CSK) vs MI: 79/10


rank Best hitters Team runs scored
1. Suresh Raina CSK 710
2. Rohit Sharma MI 661
3. MS Dhonic CSK 589
rank Dear Bowlers Team Wickets taken
1. Dwayne Bravo MI, CSK 33
2. Lasith Malinga MI 31
3. Harbhajan Singh MI, CSK 26


Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan (wk), Dewald Brevis, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Kieron Pollard, Fabian Allen, Jaydev Unadkat, Murugan Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah, Tymal Mills, Basil Thampi, Anmolpreet Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Riley Meredith Tim David, Daniel Sams, Ramandeep Singh, Mayank Markande, Aryan Juyal, Arjun Tendulkar, Hrithik Shokeen, Rahul Buddhi, Arshad Khan

Chennai Super Kings: Ravindra Jadeja (c), MS Dhoni, Moeen Ali, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Dwayne Bravo, Ambati Rayudu, Robin Uthappa, KM Asif, Tushar Deshpande, Shivam Dube, Maheesh Theekshana, Rajvardhan Hangargekar, Samarjeet Singh, Devon Conway, Mitchell Sanhrine Prestor Senapati, Matheesha Pathirana, Mukesh Choudhary, Prashant Solanki, C Hari Nishaanth, N Jagadeesan, Chris Jordan, K Bhagath Varma


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