Bangla Hunt Desk: The IPL is going to be on the soil of United Arab Emirates (UAE) this time among the corona virus. Arriving in Dubai, each franchise team has already started their practice in earnest. Mumbai Indians, the most successful team in the IPL, have also started training. Before the start of IPL, Mumbai Indians got a little push. Mumbai's highest wicket-taker Lasith Malinga has withdrawn from the IPL for Corona. He said that during the Corona epidemic around the world, he wanted to give priority to being with his family rather than playing in the IPL. That is why he will not play in the IPL this time.
However, the practice of the Mumbai Indians shows that even if Lasith Malinga is not there, it will not have much effect on the performance of the Mumbai Indians this time. Four-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians have already announced their fifth win in the IPL. They are hopeful that they will win the IPL trophy again.
– Mumbai Indians (ipmipaltan) September 12, 2020
The fact that Mumbai Indians are determined to win this year's IPL trophy is evident in the practice performance of Mumbai Indians. A few days ago, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma hit a huge six and sent the ball out of the stadium. The ball went and fell on the window glass of a moving bus. New Zealand fast bowler Trent Bolt, who joined the Mumbai team this season, broke the wicket while preparing to bowl in practice. At the same time, he explained what it means to force the ball.