The first playoff between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals today promises a nouth-watering contest.
Delhi’s Dhawan has 525 runs in his kitty, Mumbai’s Bumrah and Boult have picked up 23 and 20 wickets respectively this season.
“At the moment, I am just relaxing and keeping myself fresh for the game. I have seen them plenty of times and watched their videos. I know their plans, there is nothing new. I will go out there, perform and win the match for our team,” said Dhawan adding that he is delighted with his own form.
Mumbai Indians bowling coach Shane Bond on Wednesday said no team wants to face them, knowing the extent of damage they can do with their explosive batting and lethal bowling attack.
“We have got as good batting line (up) as anyone in the tournament, our bowling line up is as good as anyone’s in the tournament.
“I think we are the team that nobody really wants to play, because they know if we play well, we can do some damage,” Bond said on the eve of the first qualifier against Delhi Capitals.