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The son of Mumbai Indians al l-rounder Mohammad Nabi showcased his batting skill which impressed Royal Challengers Bengaluru star Glenn Maxwell ahead of the IPL 2024 clash between the two sides. The 2024 season hasn't been the best for MI and RCB as both franchises are towards the bottom half of the table. 

But unlike Bengaluru, Mumbai won their recent clash against the Delhi Capitals with a 29-run margin. On the other hand, RCB suffered a crushing away defeat against the Rajasthan Royals as they comfortably chased the 183-run target on the back of Jos Buttler's century.  Check the top betting trends on the  best betting sites in India  and apps.

Mohammad Nabi's son impresses Glenn Maxwell with his reverse sweep

Ahead of the MI vs RCB big-ticket clash at the Wankhede Stadium,  Mohammad Nabi's son was showing off his batting skills by playing some unorthodox shots. Observing Nabi Jr., Glenn Maxwell was impressed by his skills in a video shared by the Mumbai Indians' social media handles.

Check out the video here:

It's   obviously about bragging rights:  Tim David on facing Cameron Green

This MI vs RCB clash will also mark the return of Aussie all-rounder Cameron Green, who was traded from the Mumbai Indians to the Royal Challengers Bengaluru in an all-cash deal. Talking about the prospect of facing Gree, MI batter Tim David spoke about how this back-and-forth would be about bragging rights.

While speaking to the Mumbai Indians website, David said, “I went to the same school as Cam, so it's obviously about bragging rights. You are playing against your mates, but they're the opposition. Yes, we played together a year ago. But people change their games and learn different skills, so you can't bank on that knowledge. It's all about playing the game out of the middle,” he said.