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Mumbai Indians - The Squad

 
ROHIT SHARMA

Now, regardless of form, here's one format of the game - the Twenty20 - that Sharma's been consistently good at. Be it wearing the Team India colours or the Mumbai Indians jersey, Sharma has always excelled in the T20 version which happens to bring out the best in him. An excellent middle-order batsman who has learnt the art of pacing a T20 innings well, and a useful spin option too, Sharma finished as the top scores for Mumba Indians in IPL 5 (2012) and will look forward to using both his batting as well as balling skills to steer Mumbai Indians ahead of competition in CLT20. read more

ADITYA TARE

The youngster made the most of the opportunity, scoring an impressive 37-ball 59 to guide the team to victory over RR in IPL 2013. Tare struck eight fours and a six after being asked to open the innings in the absence of an injured Sachin Tendulkar. read more

AMBATI RAYUDU

The young lad was at the non-striker’s end when MI needed 21 off the last over against KKR at the Eden Gardens in IPL 2011. MI managed to score 17 off five, and Rayudu was left with the task of scoring four off the last delivery. And the gutsy batsman didn’t disappoint, swinging a low full-toss from L Balaji over the square-leg fence to seal a sensational and memorable win. read more

APOORV WANKHADE

The Vidarbha batsman showed his fearless batting ability by smacking 40 unbeaten runs off just 22 deliveries against an Uttar Pradesh attack that had the likes of Pravin Kumar, RP Singh, Piyush Chawla in their ranks in a zonal T20 game in 2012-13. What was astonishing about his cameo was the charge came when he walked in to the crease with his side reeling at 68 for six.read more

CHIDHAMBARAM GAUTAM

The reliable ’keeper-batsman’s most memorable innings came in a Ranji Trophy match in Pune against Maharashtra in the 2013 season. His unbeaten 264 not only propelled Karnataka to an innings victory, but was also the highest score registered by a wicketkeeper in Indian first-class cricket.read more

HARBHAJAN SINGH

The Turbanator has been part of the MI family since the team’s inception. Bhajji with his off-spin bowling has given numerous memorable moments of joy to the paltan, the peak of which came during a victory at home against CSK in the IPL'€™s 2011. After MI’s total of 164, Harbhajan ran amok the CSK batting line-up, finishing with figures of 4-0-18-5.read more

JALAJ SAXENA

He caught the eyes of national selectors with consistent domestic performance to be called up for the India A side. He made the most of the opportunity by taking 4-61 against the visiting Australian side at Chennai in 2013. He would be hoping to make his IPL debut in 2014, and prove his worth in the shortest format of the game.read more

ASPRIT BUMRAH

It takes courage for a new comer to bounce back in the game despite being smashed in the first two balls. Even before he played a first-class match, Jasprit received his MI cap from none other than Sachin Tendulkar in 2013 against RCB, and the boy didn't disappoint. The 19-year-old wracked Virat Kohli's wicket and went on to finish with figures of 3-32 on his IPL debut. read more

PAWAN SUYAL

The Delhi left-arm pacer took six for 71 against Assam to lead his side to a comfortable win in the 2010-11 Ranji Trophy season. Suyal shaped the ball back in to right-handers consistently to finish with a match-haul of 10 wickets.read more

PRAGYAN OJHA

Clean action and fine temperament, Ojha is never afraid to throw the ball up to challenge the batsman and spells a web around the batsman. Ojha has impressive records in all formats of the game be it Test, ODI or T20. Probably the front runner among India’s upcoming left-arm spinners, Ojha has given consistent performance since the time he showed up at age-group level competition. With his experience of International Cricket, Ojha is surely the player to watch out for this IPL. Here’s what our Coach has to say about Ojha: “He will only go from strength to strength and is hungry for success.”read more

SHREYAS GOPAL

The leggie spinner ran through a strong batting line-up of Rest of India to finish with five for 35 in the Irani Cup game in February 2014. It was remarkable that Gopal finished the match with his maiden hat-trick in his debut first-class season.read more

SUSHANT MARATHE

The Mumbai lad smashed his way to an unbeaten 90 to help Mumbai beat Saurashtra in a zonal T20 match in 2011-12. Marathe’s knock helped Mumbai make a mockery of the 152-run target at Rajkot.read more

ZAHEER KHAN

With a powerful run-up and an artistic stride, Zaheer keeps the batsman guessing on where his delivery is going to land and which way the ball is going to swing. The veteran left-arm pacer has evolved into a T20 specialist and has the ability to swing the ball either ways, sometimes with a touch of reverse swing! His presence in the MI camp will also guide upcoming pacers who will be keen to learn a trick or two from the master craftsman. The veterana'€™s irreplaceable experience and his return to the MI family will surely steer Mumbai Indians to better results this seasonread more

BEN DUNK

The left-handed wicketkeeper batsman scored the fastest fifty – in just 20 balls – in the Big Bash League for Hobart Hurricanes against Brisbane Heat in December 2013. That knock of 67 off 33 balls, including five fours and four sixes helped the Hurricanes make a meal of a stiff target of 210 and put him on the world map.read more

COREY ANDERSON

He marked the New Year’s Day of 2014 with a blitzkrieg against West Indies in an ODI. In a match reduced to 21 overs-a-side, Anderson scored the fastest century in ODI history, crossing the three-figure mark in 36 balls. Anderson finished with an unbeaten 131 off 47 balls, including 14 sixes and six fours, a nice way to begin 2014.read more

JOSH HAZLEWOOD

The Aussie right-arm pacer took his national side to a comfortable win over the touring England team in the T20 international at Melbourne in January 2014. Hazlewood finished with 4-30, restricting England to a meager 130 for nine. The 23-year-old would be gunning to impress in the MI Blues.read more

KIERON POLLARD

Aiden Blizzard is an explosive opening batsman from Australia who represents the Southern Redbacks in the Australian domestic competition. Early in his career, Blizzard made his T20 debut for the Victorian Bushrangers in 2007 and stormed into the spotlight by scoring an impressive 89 from 39 balls. read more

KRISMAR SANTOKIE

The uncanny left-arm pacer was impressive with his match-winning spell against England in a T20 international at Barbados in March 2014. Making a return to the Caribbean side after almost three years, Santokie ripped through the England batting order to finish with figures of 4-21 to help West Indies clinch the three-match seriesread more

LASITH MALINGA

One of the meanest bowlers in the game's shortest format, Malinga can be unplayable at most times when he gets his rhythm right. And he's got it right more often than not, wearing the Mumbai Indians jersey and crowds rooting for him across stadiums in India. He has been the lead wicket-taker for Mumbai Indians and the golden-haired maverick is in good shape where fitness is concerned, to hit the track running for MI in South Africa too. read more

MARCHANT DE LANGE

The Proteas bowled at fierce pace and extracted a lot of bounce from the Eden Gardens track to take 3-34 runs against PSW for KKR in IPL 2012. His spell led KKR to a seven-run win. read more

MICHAEL HUSSEY

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