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- Nokia Champions League T20
- Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians
- Twenty20 match | 2011/12 season
- Played at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
- 9 October 2011 – day/night
Mumbai vs Bangalore Final match time: 20:00 local time | 14:30 GMT
Hours of play (local time): 20.00 start, First Session 20.00-21.20, Interval 21.20-21.40, Second Session 21.40-23.00
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Star Sports network is the official broadcaster of CLT20 2011. The Final of Champions League T20 2011/12 will be live streamed/telecast by Star Cricket channel alongwith Star Cricket / Ten Cricket (Ten Sports) and Geo Super.
The captains, the two most successful Test bowlers among active practitioners, two men who have of late found more success in limited-overs cricket than Tests. Will they continue to be restricting men or will they attack? As captains they have made glaring errors in this tournament, but both are coming off inspirational and eventually decisive moves in the semi-finals. Daniel Vettori opened the bowling with Dilshan, who went for 10 runs in his four overs on a 10-an-over night. Harbhajan Singh surprised all by tossing the ball to James Franklin in the crucial 19th over of his semi-final: seven runs and two wickets later he stood vindicated.
Malinga v Gayle, Dilshan and Kohli. MI will have to win this particular contest comprehensively if they have to win the Champions League. Royal Challengers will happily take four overs for 24 runs and no wickets. Malinga will have to make it more dramatic.
The Royal Challengers face a familiar dilemma. S Aravind has now gone for 124 runs in his last eight overs. Although the Chennai pitch will be kinder to him, will the Royal Challengers invest more trust in the man who must be low on confidence by now? They also need to figure out if their policy of stacking the side up with batsmen will work in Chennai. However, if needed, they can always count on Dilshan and Gayle to bowl at least one bowler’s quota if not more.
MI have a non-fucntioning wicketkeeper and a near non-functioning middle order, but they have neither time nor replacements. They should go with the same XI that beat Somerset on Saturday.
Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Team Squads Final:
Mumbai Indians: Harbhajan Singh*, AN Ahmed, CRD Fernando, JEC Franklin, AC Blizzard, YS Chahal, DJ Jacobs†, S Kanwar, SL Malinga, R Sathish, TL Suman, KA Pollard, AT Rayudu, A Symonds
Royal Challengers Bangalore: DL Vettori*, KB Arun Karthik, RR Bhatkal, MA Agarwal, S Aravind, TM Dilshan, CH Gayle, M Kaif, V Kohli, A Mithun, DP Nannes, AUK Pathan, J Syed Mohammad, SS Tiwary, JJ van der Wath
RCB: T Dilshan, C Gayle, V Kohli, R Bhatkal, A Kartik, D Vettori, S Tiwary, M Aggarwal, M Kaif, D Nannes, A Mithun
Mumbai: A Blizzard, J Franklin, K Pollard, R Satish, S Kanwar, A Rayudu, S yadav, H Singh, L Malinga, Y Chahal, A N Ahmed
Royal Challengers Bangalore:
- Oct 7 – vs New South Wales– won by 6 wickets
- Oct 5 – vs South Australia – won by 2 wickets
- Oct 3 – vs Somerset – won by 51 runs
- Oct 8 – vs Somerset – won by 12 runs
- Oct 2 – vs New South Wales – lost by 5 wickets
- Sept 30 – vs Cape Cobras – no result
Players to watch:
MI: Mumbai, on the other hand, has the best weapon that can neutralize the Gayle factor, Lasith Malinga. The slinger was devastating in the semi final and his opening spell might just decide the game.
RCB: The Bangalore team, despite having a bevy of match winners, is a one man army. Since Gayle joined RCB, there has hardly been any match which RCB won without a major contribution from him. The big Jamaican, who ended up as the most valuable player in IPL 2011, will once again be the centre of attraction when he takes guard.
Chennai Cricket Stadium Pitch Report: Both teams posses quality spinners and undoubtedly the skipper winning the toss will look to bat first. The pitch is a typical subcontinent pitch, slow and low one on which grafting runs is more effective than stroke play.
Prediction: The top 3 in the RCB line-up have the ability to win the match single handedly but if they fail to make an impact, Mumbai could well romp to a win. [Mumbai vs Bangalore CLT20 Final astrological/Numerology Predictions] Having played before on this Chennai track will make a huge difference to the outcome of the match, and that makes Mumbai slender favorites to lift the trophy.