With plenty of strength and no apparent weakness, Rohit Sharma’s side tipped to complete an unprecedented hat-trick of titles.

He said that it cannot win in the United Arab Emirates. This proved them wrong in 2020. He said that it only wins during odd years. This proved him wrong in 2020.

Now they say that no team has won a hat-trick of IPL titles. The Mumbai Indians are ready to make any payment to them again, noting that it is at the forefront of winning the sixth crown in the 14th edition.

Rohit Sharma’s Army – Oops, Paltan – Carries the tag of being the “most well-crafted organization” in the history of the tournament. Therefore, it is no surprise that it has a ready replacement for the early XI. Such is the bench strength that despite injuries and an epidemic-potential absence, MI can keep a side full of international cricketers through the season.

Its two leading batsmen – Ishaan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav – will be eager to convince their much-awaited international debut to make fun of the opposition bowlers.

And as it was not enough, Hardik Pandya would resume all-round duties in the UAE, featuring purely as a batsman, while rehabilitating his back. He played the finisher to complete the final version, but this time bowling fully during India’s T20I series against England, Hardik is ready to show his full potential. This is not really good for MI’s opponents.

Deadly Speed ​​Combo

While the top seven are as ferocious as any T20 bat in the world, the pace combination of Trent Bolt and Jasprit Bumrah is as deadly as it can get.

The only possible weak link is the spin department. But along with leg-spinner Piyush Chawla, who is the third highest wicket-taker bowler in IPL history, who has been roped-in, may be the cause of optimism in two respects. Not only that, when Chawla can be called up, he can also serve as the right guru for leggings Rahul Chahar.

If by May 30, both Chawla and Chahar proved all their blockers wrong and “Where’s the competition?” With the rest of his peers.