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MI vs RPS IPL 2017 Final live

MI vs RPS IPL 2017 Final live: Watch Online  Game, how to watch Online Live Stream, TV Schedule, Online TV Channel, Odds, Game Time and more info. MI vs RPS IPL 2017 Final live at 8pm on May 21 at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad. 

MI vs RPS IPL 2017 Final live Cricket

New Delhi: Friday’s showdown at M Chinaswamy stadium confirmed Mumbai Indians as the second finalists, with the other being Rising Pune Supergiant, of the Indian Premier League 2017. The latter had defeated the former three nights earlier in the Qualifier 1 to blaze into their maiden final.

Both the teams sure survived tough journeys before earning their respective rights to fight for the coveted title in the world’s premier T20 tournament. One month and three weeks of action-packed tournament comes down to Sunday’s final, where the two Maharashtrian sides will face off for the fourth time this season.

Mumbai Indians

The usual slow starters were on a roller-coaster ride right from the start this season, with victories coming like easy boundaries, until they bumped into RPS. And it has once again come back to the same hurdle as Mumbai aim to leap over the hurdle.

Best batsman: Parthiv Patel – 391 runs off 15 matches with an average of 26.06
Best bowler: Mitchell McClenaghan – 19 wickets off 14 matches with an economy of 9.38

Rising Pune Supergiant

Termed as the ‘Underdogs’, the team made ample headlines post IPL auction. On paper they were truly the Giants, but all were overshadowed after the announcement of MS Dhoni being removed as the captain.

Under the new skipper, Steve Smith, RPS faltered in the initial matches, but soon took off after their thumping win over Mumbai Indians at home. From out of nowhere, the Pune-based franchise slowly and silently crawled up the ladder. In the end, they settled for the second spot after defeating Kings XI Punjab in a virtual quarter-final.

Best batsman: Rahul Tripathi – 388 runs from 13 matches with an average of 29.84
Best Bowler: Jaydev Unadkat – 22 wickets from 11 matches with an economy of 7.24

Top 5 run getters

  1. David Warner 641 runs
  2. Shikhar Dhawan 479 runs
  3. Suresh Raina 442runs
  4. Steve Smith 420 runs
  5. Gautam Gambhir 486 runs

Top 5 wicket takers

  1. Bhuvneshwar Kumar -26
  2. Jayadev Unadkat -22
  3. McClenaghan-19
  4. Bumrah – 18
  5. Imran Tahir -18