Mumbai Indians led by Rohit Sharma will enter Indian Premier League 2020 as one of the favourites to win the title. The four-time champions defeated Chennai Super Kings in a nail-biting thriller in the finale last year to win the title, and with a team comprising of some of the top quality players from all around the world, their chances look quite high to repeat the feat once again in the UAE.Though, former Australia cricketer Brad Hogg thinks that there could be one flaw that can deprive Mumbai Indians of the title, even though they will finish on top of the regular season.IPL 2020 Full Coverage“Mumbai Indians are going to finish on top of the regular season. Will they take out the final, let’s wait and see. The edge for the Mumbai Indians is their quality top four,” Hogg said in the latest video uploaded on his Youtube channel.“They have an abundance of all-rounders, good spinners but they have got the best pace battery in the IPL this year. The flaw for them is the selection table, what balance are they going to utilize with their overseas players to make up a prominent XI? That will be their big issue,” Hogg further added.Speaking on which… Read full this story
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