Qualifier 2- GT vs MI: Top 3 Probable Best All-Rounders

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MI have a better head-to-head record against MI in the IPL

Gujarat Titans (Image: IPL)
Gujarat Titans (Image: IPL)

Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians will clash for the IPL 2023 final spot tomorrow at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat at 7:30 pm IST. Chennai Super Kings have already reached the final, and that too for a record 10th time. Gujarat Titans lost the 1st qualifier against Chennai Super Kings, while Mumbai Indians defeated Lucknow Super Giants by a total of 81 runs last night to make it to Qualifier 2. Qualifier 2 will now be played between GT and MI on 26th May, 2023. 

Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Titans have faced each other a total of 3 times till now with GT winning 2 times till now. Both teams have some dangerous all-rounders that can make a huge impact with the bat and the ball at any time. 

GT vs MI: Top 3 Probable Best All-Rounders 

3. Cameron Green 

MI’s Cameron Green has arguably been one of the best players in this season of the IPL. In last night’s match against LSG, Green smashed 41 runs off just 23 balls, batting at a strike rate of 178.26, with as many as 6 fours and 1 six to his name. Green has been prolific this season, also having scored a blistering century in MI’s last match against SRH. Green has hit a total of 422 runs in 15 matches this season, also having bagged a total of 6 wickets in his debut season. 

2. Rashid Khan 

GT’s Rashid Khan sits on 2nd position on the purple cap list with 25 wickets to his name in 15 matches. Khan has been extremely instrumental for GT this season, also having bagged the only hat-trick of this edition of the Indian Premier League. Khan has bowled at an average of 19 this season, having given away 475 runs from the 360 balls that he has bowled. Not only that, Khan has also bagged a 4-fer this season and is going to be entrusted with a big responsibility in the Qualifier 2 at the Narendra Modi Stadium. He will be expected to be at his very best against MI.

1. Hardik Pandya 

GT’s skipper Hardik Pandya might not have had a season to remember in individual terms, but we can’t overlook how brilliant he is with both the bat and the ball. If he doesn’t bowl, he will try his best to take Gujarat over the line tomorrow with his bat. Coming in at number 3, Hardik Pandya can make a huge impact in the game, even with his captaincy prowess if not with the bat and the ball. We have seen his captaincy records and those records are enough to prove why he is an impatcful all-rounder.