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IPL 2020 5th match MI vs KKR Live match scorecard here. Mumbai Indians ended their winless jinx in UAE as they won the match handsomely by 49 runs. Rohit starred for Mumbai with 80 runs to power his team to a total of 195 and Bumrah, Pattinson picked up two wickets apiece to restrict the rusty Kolkata to 146.

Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on Kings XI Punjab in the 6th match of IPL 2020 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai. It will be the second match for both teams. Earlier, RCB got the better of SRH in a close contest while KXIP lost to Delhi Capitals in the Super Over after needing just one from three in the last over of their chase.

It was a run fest in Sharjah as more than 400 runs were scored in the match with both the teams crossing 200. Also the record for highest number of sixes in an IPL match was broken, as 33 sixes were hit in the game. Sanju Samson stole the limelight with an explosive 74 as the Rajasthan Royals went on to beat the Chennai Super Kings by 16 runs.

Mumbai Indians will look to break their UAE hoodoo when they take on Kolkata Knight Riders in match number five of IPL 2020 on Wednesday, at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Having lost all their five matches in the UAE back in 2014, slow starters Mumbai failed to open their account against Chennai Super Kings in the tournament opener, going down by five wickets.

Batting collapse while chasing a modest total with victory in sight. It was Deja vu from yesterday in the IPL 2020 as the Royals Challengers Bangalore beat the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 10 runs in Dubai. Bairstow was leading his side home with an impressive half century before his wicket triggered a major collapse as SRH lost 8 wickets for 32 runs.

IPL 2020 4th Match RR vs CSK Live scores updating here: Inaugural champions Rajasthan Royals will take on three-time winners Chennai Super Kings in game four of IPL 2020 at Sharjah on Tuesday, September 22. This will be Rajasthan’s first match of the season while Chennai will go in with greater confidence having defeated last year’s winners Mumbai Indians in this season’s tournament opener. As such the Royals would have their task cut out.

Delhi Capitals beat Kings XI Punjab in the first Super Over in the second match of IPL 2020 on Sunday. The game saw numerous heroes. Delhi’s Marcus Stoinis slammed 53 from 21, and also picked up two wickets in the last over that took the match into the Super Over. Kagiso Rabada then bowled the decisive Super Over, dismissing KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran.

We had a nail biter in Dubai as Delhi Capitals managed to somehow get over the line in their first match against the Kings XI Punjab. Stoinis starred with both bat and ball in the last overs of both of the innings and a magnificent 89 by Mayank Agarwal went in vain as Delhi registered their first points of the season.

Consistent Sunrisers Hyderabad would take on underachievers Royal Challengers Bangalore in match three of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) at the Dubai International Stadium on Monday. Ever since making their IPL debut in 2013, SRH have been highly consistent, making it to the play-offs every year except 2014 and 2015. They emerged champions in 2016 and runners-up in 2018. Last season as well they finished in the top four.