GT vs MI, Dream 11 Prediction: Bet on ‘SRH’ in the match of Mumbai and Gujarat means money back!

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Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians, Dream 11 Prediction IPL 2023: This will be the first clash of Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians this season. Even before this, both the teams had clashed only once in the last season on the pitch of IPL.

GT vs MI, Dream 11 Prediction: Bet on 'SRH' in the match of Mumbai and Gujarat means money back!

Competition between Mumbai and Gujarat in Ahmedabad

Image Credit source: Instagram/Gujarat Titans

New Delhi: In match number 35 of IPL 2023, Gujarat Titans will face Mumbai Indians. This match will be played in Ahmedabad. In this match, the intention of Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya will be Dhoni’s. But, Rohit Sharma’s task against Mumbai is not going to be that easy. For Gujarat to implement Dhoni’s intention, it will be necessary for SRH to perform.

Now you must be thinking that the match is between Gujarat and Mumbai. Then where did SRH come from in this? So here SRH does not mean the IPL team but the 3 players of Gujarat Titans. S stands for Shubman Gill, R stands for Rashid Khan and H stands for Hardik Pandya. If Gujarat has to win today, the performance of these three players is necessary.

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GT vs MI in IPL

This will be the first clash of Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians in IPL 2023. Even before this, both the teams had clashed only once in the last season on the pitch of IPL. Mumbai Indians had won that match then. In such a situation, now the second competition will be for Gujarat, where there will be a chance to settle the scores. At the same time, for Mumbai Indians to increase their lead further.

GT and MI in IPL 2023

By winning 4 out of 6 matches played so far in IPL 2023, Gujarat is at number four in the points table. Whereas Mumbai has won 3 out of 6 matches and lost 3. This team is at number 7 in the points table. The Mumbai team has also lost the last match at its home ground. In such a situation, it will not be easy for him to beat him in Ahmedabad even after having a great record against Gujarat. And, certainly not when Shubman, Rashid and Hardik performed together.

Shubman, Rashid and Hardik will play, only then Indians will be worried

Hardik Pandya played a big role in Gujarat’s victory in the last match against LSG. Hardik will have to maintain his same form against Mumbai Indians at home as well. Apart from this, Shubman Gill will be responsible for getting the right start. While Rashid Khan will have to make his team’s job easier with the ball. If these three players play according to their potential, then there can be a good chance to settle scores with Mumbai.

GT vs MI: Possible Playing XI

As far as Dream 11 is concerned, you will definitely give place to SRH i.e. Shubman, Rashid and Hardik. Apart from these, to know which other players you can choose, first look at the possible playing XI of both the teams.

Mumbai Indians- Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan, Cameron Green, Suryakumar Yadav, Tim David, Ritik Shokeen, Arjun Tendulkar, Jofra Archer, Piyush Chawla, Tilak Verma, Riley Meredith

Gujarat Titans: Wriddhiman Saha, Shubman Gill, David Miller, Hardik Pandya (c), Abhinav Manohar, Vijay Shankar, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Mohammed Shami, Noor Ahmed, Mohit Sharma

GT vs MI: Dream 11 Prediction

After seeing the probable XI of both the teams, let us now see how the Dream 11 of this match should be. Here the competition is in Ahmedabad, then the dominance of the players of Gujarat Titans can be seen.

Keeper Wriddhiman Saha

Batsman Suryakumar Yadav (Captain), Shubman Gill, David Miller, Tim David, Rohit Sharma

Allrounders- Hardik Pandya (Vice-Captain), Cameron Green

bowler- Rashid Khan, Mohit Sharma, Hrithik Shokeen

Read this: What happened to Shubman and Ishan Kishan in Ahmedabad?

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