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Never liked anyone doing any favours: DC co-owner Parth Jindal takes a dig at RCB ahead of team’s must-win game against MI

Meanwhile, Bangalore will be cheering for Mumbai Indians as the Rohit Sharma-led side's win over Delhi will clear their path to a place in the Playoffs.

Saurabh Ganguly Editor

Updated - 20 May 2022 7:39 pm

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is widely regarded as one of the best T20 tournaments in the world. The reasons are pretty straightforward. While the quality of cricket in this league remains top-notch, there are the best players in the world rubbing shoulders with each other which make it such a competitive event.

Moreover, no franchise can be taken lightly as can be seen this year with newcomers Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants having already assured of a place in the Playoffs and the most successful teams Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings being eliminated from the race.

There are still places on grab in the Playoff race and the equation seems simple for the Delhi Capitals who need to beat Mumbai in their last league match on Saturday to reach the business end of the tournament. However, if they lose, they will be more or less out with Bangalore and Rajasthan having already reached 16 points.

Ahead of the must-win game for DC, their co-owner Parth Jindal has said that he never liked anyone doing favours for them and has backed his team to do well in this fixture.

“Never liked anyone doing any favors for us anyway – the equation is simple – we win on Saturday and we get the opportunity of going further in @IPL – if we don’t – then we are out and don’t deserve to be in the playoffs, have full confidence in my boys – let’s do this @DelhiCapitals,” Parth tweeted.

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Meanwhile, Bangalore will be cheering for Mumbai Indians as the Rohit Sharma-led side’s win over Delhi will clear their path to a place in the Playoffs. “Trying to put our feet up and chill out for 2 days and support Mumbai. We have 2 more supporters for Mumbai, not just 2 but I think 25 more supporters,” ex RCB captain Virat Kohli said in a video shared by IPL.

“You might see us in the stadium as well,” he added as skipper Faf du Plessis even started the “Mumbai..Mumbai” chant.

 

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