The two most-successful sides in the Indian Premier League – Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI) – will face-off in the 15th Match of IPL 2019 on Wednesday, 3 April.
The Super Kings are the only undefeated side in the competition till now, while Mumbai Indians have a solitary win from their three matches.
In their most-recent outing, the Super Kings got the better of the Rajasthan Royals at home. MS Dhoni played the rescue act and powered his team to a competitive total after which the CSK bowlers picked up wickets at regular intervals to deny the Royals.
Here is all you need to know about today’s CSK vs MI match of IPL 2019.
Where Will the CSK vs MI IPL Match Be Played?
The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Mumbai Indians (MI) IPL match will be played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
When Will the CSK vs MI IPL 2019 Match Be Played?
The 15th match of Indian Premier League 2019 between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI) will be played on Wednesday, 3 April, 8:00 pm onwards.
Where do I Watch CSK vs MI IPL 2019 Match Live on TV?
You can watch the IPL 2019 Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Mumbai Indians (MI) match live on the Star Sports network. Channels broadcasting the match will be SS1, SS1 HD, SS 1 Hindi, SS 1 Hindi HD, SS 1 Bangla, SS 1 Tamil, SS Select 1, SS Select 1 HD.
Where Can I Watch CSK vs MI Match Live Online?
Live streaming of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Mumbai Indians (MI) match will be available on Hotstar.
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