IPL 2020: Find out the answer on how Rohit Sharma will be in the batting order of Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020: Find out the answer on how Rohit Sharma will be in the batting order of Mumbai Indians

The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is set to begin on September 19.

The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is set to begin on September 19. The first match will be between defending champions Mumbai Indians and last year’s runners-up Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma came to bat mostly in the middle order in the IPL. Considered one of the most successful openers in international cricket, Rohit has spoken about his batting order ahead of the tournament. Rohit said he would keep all options open about his batting position.

Rohit started the innings in the previous tournament and also became the team champion, though Rohit said that like team management, he can bat on any order. In response to a question from the Hindustan Times at a virtual press conference, Rohit said, ‘I think I started the innings in the whole tournament last year. I will do it again this year. I will keep all options open, wherever the team needs me, I will bat in that order. I would be happy. ‘

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He added, ‘I want to bat in the top order, I’ve been doing it for a long time and enjoying it. When I play for India, I tell the management to keep all the options of the batting order open. I will do the same here. ‘Rohit played the opener in just two innings out of 30 innings in 2013 and 2018. This move did not bring much success to Rohit. These two IPL seasons were the worst asons of Rohit’s career.

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At the press conference, Rohit surprised everyone again with his answer

Mumbai Indians Squad 2020: Rohit Sharma (capt), Digvijay Deshmukh, Quinton Dick, Aditya Tare, Sourav Tiwari, Jaspreet Bumrah, Dhawal Kulkarni, Nathan Cooper Neil, Trent Bolt, Jayant Yadav, Suryakumar Yadav, Kunal Pandil, Kunal Pandya, Pandya, Sherfan Rutherford, Anmalpreet Singh, Mohsin Khan, Mitchell McLaughlin, Prince Balwant Rai Singh, Suchit Roy, Han Shan Kishan.

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Mumbai Indians League Match Schedule-

DateAgainstAccording to Indian timePlace
19 SeptemberChennai Super Kings7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
23 SeptemberKolkata Knight Riders7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
28 SeptemberRoyal Challengers Bangalore7:30 p.m.Dubai
1 OctoberKings XI Punjab7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
October 4Sunrisers HyderabadAt half past threeSharjah
OctoberRajasthan Royals7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
11 OctoberThe capital of Delhi7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
16 OctoberKolkata Knight Riders7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
October 18Kings XI Punjab7:30 p.m.Dubai
October 23Chennai Super Kings7:30 p.m.Sharjah
October 25Rajasthan Royals7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
28 OctoberRoyal Challengers Bangalore7:30 p.m.Abu Dhabi
October 31The capital of DelhiAt half past threeDubai
November 3Sunrisers Hyderabad7:30 p.m.Sharjah
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