Rulers XI Punjab will hope to misuse well-known conditions in their first home match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 when they take on Mumbai Indians on Saturday. 

KXIP's success over Rajasthan Royals in the principal amusement was damaged by the discussion including their chief Ravichandran Ashwin who 'Mankaded' Rajasthan Royals batsman Jos Buttler. 

In their second diversion against Kolkata Knight Riders, Ashwin's group was punished for not keeping four men in the 30-yard circle and Andre Russell utilized the relief to remove the amusement from KXIP. 

Then again, Mumbai Indians come into this match, having scored up a 6-run prevail upon Royal Challengers Bangalore, with India pace initiate Jasprit Bumrah stepping his class. 

Here's the Top 5 player fights to look out for in the IPL coordinate between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians - 

Chris Gayle versus Lasith Malinga 

The match between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians will observer the conflict between two of the most observed T20 players on the planet. On one side, there is the unstable Chris Gayle who is only two sixes far from hitting 300 maximums in the most brief configuration of the game. On the other, there is Lasith Malinga who is notable for his varieties and is at present the most astounding wicket-taker ever of Indian Premier League. While Malinga has expelled Gayle only once in the IPL, the West Indies has a moderate strike rate of only 73.44 against him. 

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KL Rahul versus Mitchell McClenaghan 

With 3 wickets from the initial two matches, McClenaghan has been getting a charge out of a splendid keep running of structure for Mumbai Indians and it will intrigue perceive how KL Rahul plays against the in-structure quick bowler. In sharp differentiation to McClenaghan, Rahul has attempted to score keeps running till now and it is imperative for KXIP that he discovers his structure rapidly. While Rahul has scored 65 keeps running off 45 balls against McClenagan, the Kiwi has taken his wickets twice in the IPL. 

Rohit Sharma versus Ankit Rajpoot 

Rohit Sharma discovered his structure against Royal Challengers Bangalore as he barely passed up 50 years however considering his record against Ankit Rajpoot, it will be an extreme challenge among bat and ball on Saturday. Rajpoot has taken Sharma's wicket twice in IPL and the Mumbai Indians captain has score only 7 keeps running in 11 balls against the pacer. 

Kieron Pollard versus Ravichandran Ashwin 

29 balls confronted - 26 runs and three wickets. That is the sort of predominance that Ravichandran Ashwin appreciates against Kieron Pollard and considering the structure that the West Indies cricketer is getting a charge out of, it appears as though the strength will proceed. Pollard has not played well in the initial two matches of the period and if Ashwin can get his wicket by and by, it will be a tremendous hit to the Mumbai Indians. 

Hardik Pandya versus Andrew Tye 

Hardik Pandya pummeled three sixes and two fours in his unbeaten thump of 32 off 14 balls to direct Mumbai Indians to an aggressive aggregate against Royal Challengers Bangalore. In any case, against a demise over authority like Andrew Tye, he may think that its difficult to score keeps running at such a quick rate. Tye rejected him the last time they confronted one another and considering the measure of essential set on Hardik, Tye will definitely be hoping to rehash that accomplishment.

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