MI vs DC Live Streaming IPL 2021,: where to watch Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals Live on TV
On Saturday, two top teams from opposing halves of the points table will face off at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in IPL 2021 Match No.42. A win today will guarantee a berth in the IPL 14 playoffs for Delhi Capitals (DC). On the other hand, two points for Mumbai Indians (MI) would go a long way toward ensuring their place in the top four. The Delhi Capitals are coming off a loss, but they are still a force to be reckoned with. MI, on the other hand, is coming off a win after three straight defeats. It's safe to assume that neither of these teams will leave any stone unturned in their quest for the W.
What is the location of the IPL 2021 match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals?
The Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah, UAE, will host the IPL 2021 match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals.
When does the IPL 2021 match between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals start?
On Saturday, the IPL 2021 match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals will begin at 3:30 PM IST (October 2).
Where and how can I watch the IPL 2021 match between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals live?
The match between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2021 will be broadcast live on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 3, and Star Sports 3 HD.
How can I watch the Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals IPL 2021 match online?
The IPL 2021 match between the Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals will be streamed live on Hotstar. You may also follow the IPL 2021 match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals on Twitter for live commentary, scorecards, and updates.
In the media
With an injury, Prithvi Shaw missed the Capitals' match against the Kolkata Knight Riders, and captain Rishabh Pant claimed afterward that there was an 80% chance he would be healthy to face Mumbai. Meanwhile, Pant believes Marcus Stoinis will need "a match or two" to fully heal from the hamstring injury that has kept him out of the Capitals' recent games.
While Steven Smith filled Shaw's spot against the Knight Riders, the Capitals may now have another alternative for that spot now that Sam Billings has been released from quarantine and is ready for selection.
Chances of qualifying
Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals would be pleased with Kolkata Knight Riders' loss against Punjab Kings. Mumbai can now qualify without relying on the goodwill of other clubs; all they have to do now is win their final three games. Sixteen points will secure them a playoff berth since the Knight Riders can only score 14 points.
If Mumbai loses to the Capitals, things could get tricky for them, since both the Knight Riders and the Kings have higher net run rates, and all three teams are now on 10 points. Mumbai may lose out if qualification is determined only on the basis of net run rate.
Friday's result also ensures that the Capitals will qualify for the playoffs; their next goal will be to finish in the top two. Three clubs may currently achieve 20 points, so a win versus Mumbai will not guarantee them a top-two finish, but it will be a significant step in the right direction. Their final two games are against clubs in the top three, so things aren't going to get any easier for them.