The Wankhede Stadium will witness the battle of Titans as Mumbai Indians take on the unpredictable Bangalore Royal Challengers in the 14th t20 match of Indian Premier League on April 20, 2015.

Injury of Lendl Simmons will negatively impact the batting combination of Mumbai in this game, and they aim to fill this gap with Martin Guptill and Jos Buttler.

The hosts who hold the seventh position in the points table will be eyeing to climb the chart by marking a blatant win against Kohli and his boys.

TV coverage and online streaming info:

Millions of cricket lovers all over the world are waiting to see this exciting clash.

This high voltage event will be shown live in Sony Six, Set Max(India), ESPN (U.S) and Geo Super (Pakistan).

Star Sports will be streaming the IPL 2016 live at its official website at from 2:00 p.m. GMT.

Keiron Pollard, who was rested for the last game due to food poisoning, will play this game. Ricky Ponting, the MI coach, has confirmed this news, and it has spread a wave of happiness among the fans and well wishers.

The big man from the Caribbeans is struggling to find his form, but the team believes that he will hit the Bull's eye at the right time.

Hardik Pandya's form is not that great in this season, and it may compel Mumbai to bring in an extra batsman.

On the other hand, Royal Challengers Bangalore who is fourth in the point table is terribly missing Chris Gayle in today's clash.

The hunk has traveled to Jamaica to see his newborn kid, and in all probabilities, Shane Watson will open the innings for their side.

Bowling remains as a headache for the RCB team, as Adam Milne and David Weise are out of form.As always, pitch in Wankhede is tailor-made for batsmen.

The team who win the toss will not have any hesitations to bat first, and they will try to put up a large score on the board for chasing.

Weather in Mumbai is perfect, and there is absolutely no chance of rain.At this venue, these two teams have played five times and Bangalore lead 3-2.

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