I need someone to copy information from some websites. Mumbai Indians: lost to Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets, beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 102 runs, beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 13 runs
Kings XI Punjab: lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore by 10 wickets, lost to Kolkata Knight Riders by 31 runs, lost to Rajasthan Royals by 15 runs
Mumbai Indians will be out of the tournament if they lose to Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday, but if they win they will move to fourth place. Their net run rate is 0.405, which is better even than the table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad, because so many of their losses were close. But they cannot avail its advantage if they lose to Kings XI.
Considering that, Rohit Sharma may not mind facing a side that is propped on the shoulders of two batsmen. Kings XI's openers KL Rahul and Chris Gayle are massive threats, especially at a small ground like the Wankhede Stadium, but break through them and there's not much left. Kings XI desperately need their middle order to step up.
Victory for Kings XI will take them to 14 points, but not guarantee a playoff spot just yet. Defeat will make qualification that much tougher because of their net run rate of -0.518 is the worst of all teams.
In the news
Spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman hurt his hand while bowling against Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday and missed Kings XI's match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. His return could prove quite useful against a deep and power-packed batting line-up.
Mumbai restricted Kings XI to 176 in Indore - a ground that is possibly more batting-friendly than the Wankhede - and wrapped up the chase with one over to spare. Gayle and Suryakumar Yadav made fifties.
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