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Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians: IPL 2nd Qualifier Live and Match Preview

The last chance for these two teams to make the Indian Premier league final.

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Start time: 14.30 GMT

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Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium

IPL Squads

Mumbai Indians

SR Tendulkar (c), AN Ahmed, AC Blizzard, YS Chahal, CRD Fernando, JEC Franklin, Harbhajan Singh, MC Henriques, DJ Jacobs, S Kanwar, DS Kulkarni, SL Malinga, AG Murtaza, MM Patel, KA Pollard, AT Rayudu, R Sathish, RG Sharma, TL Suman, P Suyal, A Symonds, AP Tare (wk), BSK Yadav, SA Yadav.

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Daniel Vettori (capt), Virat Kohli, Mayank Agarwal, S Aravind, Zaheer Khan, B Arun Karthik, G Muralidharan, A Mithun, Mohd Kaif, R Ninan, Asad Pathan, C Gayle, A B de Villiers, Charl Langeveldt, Luke Pomersbach, Saurabh Tiwary, Johan van der Wath, Syed Mohammed, Rilee Roussow, Jonathan Vandiar, Abrar Kazi.

Prediction

Mumbai beat the Kolkata Knight Riders in the elimination play-off to book their place in the 2nd qualifier for the Indian Premier league final.

They have won two games on the trot meaning confidence will be high and in Tendulkar and Malinga they have the two stars of the tournament.

Bangalore missed their chance to book their final place after losing to Chennai in the 1st qualifier.

But much depends on how Gayle performs but if he fails the pressure will build on Kohli to perform.

Mumbai to win

Key Men

Kieron Pollard: Not his best IPL season so far but with a $2.2million valuation Mumbai have stuck with him. Pollard will justify his expense if he inspires, with bat and ball, his team to victory.

Virat Kohli: The latest pin-up boy can enhance his growing reputation with another fine performance.

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