Mumbai Indians' commander Rohit Sharma is feeling the loss of the continuous installation against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) because of a left leg hamstring strain. The 33-year-old was at that point in question before the beginning of the apparatus and the establishment affirmed the new only couple of moments before the throw.
"Rohit Sharma has endured left leg hamstring strain during Mumbai Indians' last trip. Rohit has gained great ground over the most recent four days, while the administration is taking each day, in turn, observing the recuperation cycle in consultancy with BCCI. Rohit has been exhorted rest for the match against CSK. Kieron Pollard will lead the group today," MI's announcement read.
It's simply the second event that Rohit isn't a piece of playing XI for MI. In IPL 2019, he missed the alliance stage game against Kings XI Punjab because of a thigh issue. Kieron Pollard is driving Mumbai Indians.