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Mumbai take on upbeat Rajasthan in vital game

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The five-time champions were aiming for a hat-trick, which would be a first in the tournament’s 14-year-history but poor show by their batsmen has led the team down.

And in this backdrop, they are now facing RR, who stunned Chennai Super Kings with a superlative batting performance from two Mumbai men – Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shivam Dube. The equation is simple for both the teams.

They have to not only win both their matches but also have to win big so that their poor net run-rates are taken care of. RR currently have a net run-rate of -0.337 and MI, after a poor batting show against Delhi Capitals, are seventh at -0.453.

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