IPL 2020 Playoffs: As Mumbai Indians Proceeds to Indian Premier League Qualifier 1 Against Delhi Capitals, Here’s Look at Their Road to Playoffs

The final of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League is scheduled to be played on November 10, 2020. Four time champions Mumbai Indians are the first team that have made their way to the playoffs.

IPL 2020 Playoffs: As Mumbai Indians Proceeds to Indian Premier League Qualifier 1 Against Delhi Capitals, Here’s Look at Their Road to Playoffs

Mumbai Indians will clash with second spot holders Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 1 in Dubai. The match is scheduled to be played on November 5 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The winner of this round will go to the second qualifier in Abu Dhabi.

Here’s a look at the team’s journey to the playoffs in the Indian Premier League in the season:

MI vs CSK (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

Mumbai Indians played against their arch rivals Chennai Super Kings in the opener of the season in Abu Dhabi. By dismissing six batsmen for just 35 runs, CSK restricted their opponents to a decent total which they easily managed to chase with four balls to spare.


MI vs KKR (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

MI went against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi. The team went to bat first putting up a formidable total of 195 on the board. Jasprit Bumrah, Trent Boult and Rahul Chahar picked up most wickets, restricting the KKR chase to 146.

MI vs RCB (Dubai International Stadium)

MI locked horns with Royal Challengers Bangalore, putting up a total of 201 leading to the first Super Over of the season. RCB beat Mumbai Indians 7 for 1.

MI vs KXIP (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

The Mumbai based outfit and Kings XI punjab clashed in Match 13. Mumbai Indians defeated KXIP by 48 runs. MI skipper Rohit Sharma’s  25 ball 70 was a key highlight of the game.

MI vs SRH (Sharjah Cricket Stadium)

MI and Sunrisers Hyderabad met at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, where they beat SRH by 34 runs. With Quinto de Kock’s significant 67 from 39 deliveries, MI took home a win.


MI vs RR (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

Mumbai Indians clashed with Rajasthan Royals and once again put up a total of over 190 on the board. Suryakumar Yadav’s unbeaten 79 off 47 helped MI to register another consecutive win. They won against RR by a huge 57 runs.

MI vs DC (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

DC went to bat first and managed to put up 162 on the scoreboard. With Suryakumar Yadav’s 53 from 32 and Krunal Pandya picking up two crucial wickets, MI won by 5 wickets and 2 balls to spare.

MI vs KKR (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

There were back to back wins for Mumbai Indians in the first half of the tournament. In their second clash with KKR in Abu Dhabi, MI registered another spectacular victory by 8 wickets with the help of in-form Quinton de Kock.

MI vs KXIP (Dubai International Stadium)

Mumbai Indians encountered Kings XI Punjab for the second time in the season. The two sides went for a Super Over eliminator after the match was tied. With this, KXIP ended MI’s winning streak.

Also Read: Delhi Capitals' Road to Playoffs in Season 13

MI vs CSK (Sharjah Cricket Stadium)

It was arch rivals Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah. This was their second clash in the tournament, however, this time MI defeated CSK by 10 wickets, chasing 116 in just 12.2 overs.

MI vs RR (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

Rajasthan Royals effectively chased the target put up by MI in Abu Dhabi. The team lost to Royals by 8 wickets, mostly because of Ben Stokes’ impressive century. He was Man of the Match for 107 not out.

MI vs RCB (Sheikh Zayed Stadium)

 Mumbai Indians made a comeback against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Abu Dhabi. Suryakumar Yadav’s most memorable knock of the season took his side home. MI won by 5 wickets. 

MI vs DC (Dubai International Stadium)

Mumbai Indians clashed with Delhi Capitals in Dubai. DC faced a cheap loss from the table toppers who won by 9 wickets. In-form Ishan Kishan knocked 72 from 47 for his team.

MI vs SRH (Sharjah Cricket Stadium)

In their second clash of the season, MI and Sunrisers Hyderabad played in Sharjah. SRH ensured to take the must win match home. With David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha’s great partnership, SRH made it to the top four. This was the second time after 2011, MI lost a game by 10 wickets.

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