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CSK vs MI Preview: Can Mumbai Indians breach fortress Chepauk? – Times of India

Times of India – CHENNAI: It’s difficult to read too much into a rivalry of a 12-year old league which is played over one-and-a-half months, but if there’s one game in the IPL that has a bit of history to it, it’s definitely Chennai Super Kings versus Mumbai Indians The fans of both the teams claim that they hate each other on match day while somebody like Harbhajan Singh, who has been a star for both the teams, says: “There is always something more to this game.

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  • CHENNAI: It’s difficult to read too much into a rivalry of a 12-year old league which is played over one-and-a-half months, but if there’s one game in the IPL that has a bit of history to it, it’s definitely Chennai Super Kings versus Mumbai Indians The fans of both the teams claim that they hate each other on match day while somebody like Harbhajan Singh, who has been a star for both the teams, says: “There is always something more to this game.
  • One team I looked forward to playing against when I was in Mumbai was CSK, just because of the quality they had.
  • CSK at home are a different beast.
  • We will have to be very careful,” CSK batting consultant Mike Hussey said.But CSK can probably take heart from the fact that the Mumbai top-order lacks a grafter.
  • Mumbai, of course, will have plans of their own.South African pacer Beuran Hendricks joined the team on Friday.


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