IPL 2019: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals match preview and live when and where to watch
The twelfth edition of the IPL has started. In this order, Mumbai Indians will face Delhi Capitals on Sunday. Former great Indian player Sunil Gavaskar has given a big response to this match at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. He has hoped to win the Mumbai Indians. In a column, Gavaskar said that the match will be tough in Mumbai and Delhi, but the hosts can win.
They also said that if Rohit Sharma batted while batting as an opener, he could be difficult to bowl to Delhi bowlers.

Mumbai has achieved success in winning the title thrice, in such a way experience also goes in favor of her and the strong contender is also the same for winning in this match.

Significantly, last season Mumbai Indians did not perform well. They did not even reach the play-off. Rohit Sharma batted in the lower order but he was not able to do anything special.

This is the reason why he announced that he would play as an opener before the tournament started. Although this time he has included Yuvraj Singh it would be interesting to see if he will get a place in the team or not. Delhi Capitals team looks like young players On paper, every player of this team is capable of playing better games.

Some great players like Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw, have the ability to turn the match into a match at any time. Wherever Gavaskar's words prove to be true, it will be a thing to see. The match will be played at 8 o'clock.

The third match of the 12th edition of the IPL will be played between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals today. The match between the two teams will be at 8 pm from Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. Both teams are fully prepared for the match. If you talk about the Mumbai Indians, then Lasith Malinga is out of the team and has got a big setback. They will not be available in the initial few matches.
However, the team still has excellent bowling spearheads like Jason Behrndorf, Mitchell McClenaghan and Jaspreet Bumrah. Apart from this, there are excellent all-rounders in the form of Kunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, and Ben Cutting. Captain Rohit Sharma has already said that he will be opening this season in all the matches. In such a situation, Yuvraj Singh's place in the middle can be considered permanent. Overall, Mumbai Indians have a very balanced team.


If the talk about Delhi Capitals, the team is mostly dependent on their young players.

Prospective Shaw, Captain Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Akshar Patel and Kagiso Rabada are among the promising young players of the team. At the same time, Shikhar Dhawan's arrival has strengthened the team's batting. Colin Munro is also a tremendous batsman in the form of Delhi. If talking about bowling, then the team has very good options in the form of Kagiso Rabada, Amit Mishra, Pradesh Khan, and Trent Boult. However, these players will have to show their performance on the field according to their name.
When and where to watch live

The first match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals will be broadcast live on Star Sports 1 and Hindi on Sports Sports 3. Apart from this, matches will also be broadcast on Star Sports Select. You can also enjoy it on DD Sports.