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IPL 2021 CSK vs MI playing 11: Rohit, Hardik Pandya not playing today

Rohit Sharma is going through a fitness test ahead of toss. Check CSK vs MI live toss and playing 11 updates here

Mumbai Indians | Chennai Super Kings | IPL 2021

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 

Photo: PTI
During the first leg of IPL 2021, MI has defeated CSK in a high-scoring match, where the defending champions Mumbai chased down the target of 219 and winning the match by six wickets. File Photo: PTI

The much-awaited second leg of 14th edition of (IPL 2021) kick-started on Sunday with a high-octane clash between (MI) and (CSK) at Dubai International Stadium. CSK captain won the toss and elected to bat first. In a major blow for the defending champions Mumbai Indians, captain and all-rounder did not make into the MI playing 11 due to niggle. Meanwhile, and have recovered and got place in CSK playing 11. Moeen Ali, Jos Hazlewood and are the four foreign players in CSK playing 11.



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First Published: Sat, September 18 2021. 14:53 IST