Chennai Super Kings are not known for scoring low. Yet, today, in their match against Mumbai Indians who are placed seventh on the table, they could put up just 169 at a loss of seven wickets. Their opener Shane Watson got out after scoring twelve, while Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored just twenty-six. Ambati Rayudu provided the team, the much-needed stability. He came in to bat at number two and scored a fine 46 runs. After him, came in Suresh Raina who scored a princely 75 and remained on the crease for the rest of the match. His innings included six 4s and four 6s in 47 balls which took his strike-rate to 159.57. It would now be interesting to see whether Chennai Super Kings are able to win this match or do Mumbai Indians get the better of Chennai.
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