Excited fans all set to witness Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians match

The 9th match of Indian Premier League(IPL), 2019, is scheduled to be played between Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) and Mumbai Indians (MI), today at Bindra Stadium, Mohali.

So far, both the teams have played two matches with one victory each.

Both the teams are likely to introduce some changes in the match to stay away from the previous controversies and exhibit their performance on field. Here is a list of the players of each team who hold the potential to lead their team to victory.

Chris Gayle-Kings XI Punjab

Chris Gayle, known for his run scoring techniques, is one of the celebrated players in the world. With his explosive innings, the West Indian player has the potential of turning the match in favour of his team.

KL Rahul- Kings XI Punjab

All eyes are on KL Rahul in the KXIP squad team as his previous strikes against Mumbai Indians are worth remembering. Even though Rahul is struggling to score runs, fans are hopeful of witnessing a good innings from him.

Andrew Tye- Kings XI Punjab

The all-rounder of KXIP team, Andrew Tye is the purple cap winner of last year. With his variations, the player brings something new every time. Tye holds the ability to restrict the batsmen of the opponent team from scoring runs freely.

Yuvraj Singh-Mumbai Indians

Veteran Yuvraj Singh had a decent opening match this season. Yuvraj could bring a turning point to the game with his experience and talent. The player brings stability to the middle order and can show his magic with his bat.

Krunal Pandya- Mumbai Indians

The all-rounder in MI team, Krunal Pandya, could turn out to be a major player in today’s match. Mohali pitch is spinner friendly which will suit Pandya and he can reap the advantages.

Mitchell McClenaghan- Mumbai Indians

Mitchell McClenaghan is in a good form and it will be interesting to watch the fast bowler’s performance in today’s match. McClenaghan restricts the batsmen from scoring runs easily and the rest is to witness in today’s match.