RCB vs MI Live Score IPL 2020: RCB seals thriller to beat MI in Super Over


That’s it from tonight guys! What a thrilling match it was. See you guys tomorrow

AB De Villiers awarded the MoM award

Relieve the winning moment!


Virat Kohli finds the boundary on the last ball as RCB beat MI in Super Over


RCB need 1 from 1


De Villiers finds the boundary. need 2 from 2

Excellent review from RCB

Drama! Umpire gives De Villiers out but RCB takes review. Saved by it. Need 6 from 3 balls


Kohli strikes but there’s a fielder in the deep. Another single. Need 6 more from 4 balls


De Villiers gets a single on the first ball; RCB need 7 more from 5 balls


Bumrah to bowl for MI. De Villiers and VK comes out

Terrific bowling from Saini

RCB needs 8 runs to win


Pollard dismissed on second last ball. MI-6/1


2 balls 2 runs. Good bowling from RCB’s Saini


MI begins batting in Super Over. Hardik and Pollard takes the crease

Super Over

19 needed from 6. Not impossible. Not even improbable, really. Isuru Udana to bowl. Kishan on strike. Ooh, that’s hit straight to the fielder, and there’s a big call for run out! Has Ishan Kishan reached the crease with time to spare? He has, thanks to an excellent dive! Pollard on strike, 18 needed off 5. It’s a great delivery, and Pollard can’t find enough space to hit one of his big sixes. Just the single. 17 needed from 4. KISHAN HITS THE SIX! It looked like it was flying straight into the hands of Gurkeerat on the boundary, but it’s too high and he can’t catch it. I’ve bitten all my nails clean off, this is thrilling stuff. 11 from 3. And it’s another six. What an excellent shot from Ishan Kishan! Can he lead MI to a glorious win? No, he cannot. He’s out, He goes for another six, and hits it straight to Padikkal. One ball left. Five runs needed. Pollard on strike. It’s a four! We go to a super over! This is exhilarating stuff!


Oh lord, how cruel this game can be! Ishan Kishan was on the verge of leading his team to a remarkable victory, but he holes out Padikkal on 99.

MI need 11 from 3 balls


Saini bowls a sensational over in the circumstances. Bowls straight on the stumps on a good length. Just singles from the first 4 balls of the over. Kishan connects with the 5th ball. The ball just beats Kohli at long off. Six! Kishan moves into the 80s, on his highest IPL score now, the partnership crosses 100 runs. MI 183/4 after 19, Kishan on 86 and on strike for the last over, Pollard on 55

22 runs off Chahal’s over
50 for Pollard

Mumbai Indian need 31 runs from 12 balls. Chahal in the 18th over. Pollard starts the over with a six, smashed over long off. This chase is on! Kishan faces in the second half of the over. Kishan gets into the act now, smashes a six over deep midwicket. Pollard ends the over with a six, gets to his fifty in 20 balls!

MI-149/4 after 17 overs
MI need 53 in 3 overs

Fireworks! Pollard goes after Zampa! The Pollard Blizzard is on! 27 runs from the over.

MI-122/4 after 16 over

Saini bowls the 16th over. Kishan places the first ball of the over for a four fine past third man. Kohli has a word with Saini as Pollard gets on strike for the last ball. A lengthy delay as Pollard takes a moment to survey the field as well. Pulled for a single in the end. MI need 80 in 4 overs

100 up for MI

MI-112/4 after 15 overs; need more 90 from 30 balls

Yuzvendra Chahal is out for his third over but goes for 14 as he gets hit for a six and a four by Ishan Kishan and Kieron Pollard

50 for Ishan Kishan
2nd Strategic Timeout

Ishan Kishan skies one towards the leg side for the maximum. He brings up his half century. Sensastional innings from Ishan Kishan in what is definitely going to be a losing cause. MI-98/4 after 14 overs


Just 6 runs off Zampa’s over. The required run rate has climbed over 15. Udana brought back in the 13th over. Lot of power behind Ishan Kishan’s shots but can’t find the gaps often enough. MI-89/4 after 13 overs


Adam Zampa is back into the attack. Kishan runs a quick couple, and wraps up the over with a single to keep strike. MI-83/4 after 12 overs


It’s Hardik Pandya’s turn to walk back, after he holes out to Pawan Negi on the boundary line.


Saini back in the attack in the 11th. Kishan clears his front foot and goes over the bowler’s head for six. Another overpitched ball from Saini and Kishan swings and connects and gets a mighty six on the leg side. 14 runs off the over. MI-77/3 after 11 overs


Ishan Kishan pulls one more from Navdeep Saini into the stands for the 2nd six in the over. This is sensational stuff.


Ishan Kishan lifts the ball over Navdeep Saini and it goes all the way! What a shot from the left-hander, he hit that clean.

MI-63/3 after 10 overs

Six singles in the 9th over, bowled by Chahal. Sundar back to bowl out his quota after a Timeout. Continues bowling tight lines at a sharp pace. Sundar finishes with 1/12, at an economy rate of 3 in a 200 chase. That’s the fewest runs conceded from 4 overs by a bowler in IPL 2020 so far.

Strategic Timeout

Yuzvendra Chahal’s back, and MI get a single off his first delivery. Mumbai have been sluggish in the last few overs. 7 off the over. MI-59/3 after 9 overs

50 comes up for MI

Adam Zampa makes his debut for the RCB franchise; gives way 9 runs in his first over. A decent start for the Australian. Ishan Kishan and Hardik Pandya in the middle for MI. MI-52/3 after 8 overs

Adam Zampa to Hardik Pandya – SIX!

Adam Zampa missed his length and Hardik Pandya hammered it for a maximum miles into the stands. Towards the longest part of the ground. Brilliant shot.

MI-41/3 after 7 overs

Hardik Pandya is the new man in. Can he plays the role of anchor and take MI towards win. Adam Zampa to bowl the 8th over

Chahal joins the party

Chahal invites De Kock with a flight delivery and he takes the bait, walks back for 14 after getting caught in the longest boundary by Negi. FOW-39/3

End of Powerplay
MI-35/2 after 6 overs

Virat Kohli makes Washington Sundar his 3rd over. Sundar has bowled exceptionally well giving just 7 runs in 3 overs and picking a wicket.


Navdeep Saini is brought into the bowling attack. Ishan Kishan is batting with the maturity of a man many years his senior. There’s a change of balls as an umpire runs on with a battered-looking briefcase. MI-31/2 after 5 overs

MI-24/2 after 4 overs

Sundar’s back and he gets right into it, with a trio of dot balls. Kishan manages to push it far enough to run a single and give the strike to De Kock. Another couple of dot balls as Sundar gives just 1 run in the end.


This is the worst possible start for Mumbai. Ishan Kishan comes on, and he’s off and running with a boundary. A single, a dot and a double make it 7 runs off the over. MI-23/2 after 3 overs

MI lose 2nd wicket

Udana strikes as De Villiers takes a comfortable strike behind the stumps to dismiss Suryakumar Yadav for a duck. FOW-16/2


Washington Sundar comes in. Sharma tries to bludgeon the fourth ball, but it goes a lot higher than it does long, and it sails into the welcoming hands of Pawan Negi at deep midwicket! Another dot ball, before De Kock denies Sundar a maiden over by running a quick couple on the final delivery. MI-16/1 after 2 overs

Rohit gone for 8

Rohit Sharma is gone, and it’s Washington Sundar who gets the breakthrough! Sharma hits it straight to Negi at deep midwicket! FOW-14/1

Strong Start from MI

 Isuru Udana bowls a shorter one to Quinton de Kock who hammers it for another boundary of the over. Udana off to expensive start for RCB. 14 runs off the first over. MI-14/0 after 1 over

Six in the first over

First six off Rohit Sharma’s bat as he pulls one into the deep for the maximum off Isuru Udana. Mumbai are off the mark.


We are back with MI’s chase. Rohit Sharma and De Kock walks out. Rohit takes strike opposite Isuru Udana.


Dube finishes off with a six to get RCB past the 200 runs mark. Pattinson also went for runs today. His four overs goes for 51. 20 off the final over, which includes three sixes from Dube. Top effort from ABD too who remains unbeaten on 55. RCB-201/3 after 20 overs


It’s all ABD at the moment. Pulls Boult for a huge six off the last ball of the 18th over. Bumrah back to bowl the 19th. Bumrah misses an yorker and ABD swings for the fence again. Dube also gets a boundary as Bumrah goes short and wide this time. ABD smashes a huge six off the last ball to get to his 50. RCB-175/3 after 19 overs

Fifty for De Villiers

AB de Villiers brings up his fifty with a mammoth six. He brings up his fifty in just 23 balls.

RCB-164/3 after 18 overs

Change of pace from Boult but ABD picks it up. Huge six over fine-leg as AB De Villiers looks charged up for the final overs

Boult strikes again Padikkal gone for 54

Devdutt Padikkal tries to go for a slog and he gets caught at long-on by Kieron Pollard. Trent Boult gets his man. FOW-154/3

RCB-154/2 after 17 overs

Time for Bumrah! After conceding a four in this first ball, he goes fast and short. ABD misses his hit. Bumrah tries the same in the next ball but the batsman punishes him with a six over deep mid-wicket. Padikkal takes a blow to his knee as he tries the flick. The physio is out, but nothing serious. A six to end the over. Bumrah gives away 18!

50 for Padikkal
Time for Strategic Timeout

Slow delivery from Pollard and Devdutt waited to the last moment before hitting it for a boundary. Terrific shot to bring up his half century. RCB-136/2 after 16 overs


Another good over for RCB. Krunal concedes 13 in his third. The current run-rate is eight an over but this can go up quickly. Anything close to 200 would be a great score for RCB. Rohit Sharma need wickets at this moment. RCB-123/2 after 15 overs

Padikkal moves to 44

RCB-110/2 after 14 overs

ABD comes in at 4. Runs have dried up since Finch’s wicket. Both batsmen try to get some momentum going in the innings with singles. 5 runs off Chahar’s over. Pattinson bowls the 14th over. Padikkal lofts a six over long off. A second consecutive six off the next ball.

RCB-96/2 after 13 overs

Third straight failure from Virat Kohli in this tournament. His confidence is down at the moment. Very rare to see three continues low scores from Kohli. AB de Villiers is now in the middle.


Little bit of spin from Chahar and Kohli hands a simple catch to Rohit Sharma at cover. Big wicket! FOW-92/2


Chahar offers flight to Padikkal but the southpaw doesn’t get his timing right. Just a single off the first ball. Padikkal then goes for a reverse sweep but again, fails to get proper connection. The spinner does really well to keep Kohli quite in the last three balls. Another good over for Mumbai. RCB-88/1 after 12 overs


Kohli joins Padikkal at 3. Krunal Pandya bowls the 10th over. With Padikkal attacking every ball, Krunal looks to vary things. Goes wide of off stump, so wide that a wide is signalled. Then bowls a Kedar Jadhav-esque underarm delivery. Just 4 runs off the over. RCB-85/1 after 10 overs

Virat Kohli off the mark

Virat Kohli is struggling to get going in the match. He is off the mark in Dubai. Kohli will be eager to shun the critics. He loves the pressure.

Finch departs after a quickfire 52

Boult brought back into the attack by Rohit Sharma and he strikes this time to take the scalp of dangerman Aaron Finch. FOW-81/1 after 9 overs


Krunal Pandya bowls the 7th over. Finch gets a boundary going inside out over covers, but is a tight over. 6 runs off the over. Rahul Chahar changes ends and bowls the 8th over. Finch gets to his 50 with a sweep. RCB-74/0 after 8 overs

Fifty for Finch!

Aaron Finch slog sweeps a delivery from Rahul Chahar to bring up his half century in just 31 balls. This is his 14th IPL half century.

Another bowling change for MI!

Krunal Pandya introduced but still no break. A tight over to restrict the flow of run for MI; 6 runs at the end of it. RCB-65/0 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay
50 Partnership for Padikkal-Finch

Time for Strategic Timeout

Bumrah bought on to bowl for the final over of the Powerplay. A tight over from the Indian conceding just 6 runs in the end but fails to provide a breakthrough for Rohit Sharma and MI. RCB-59/0 after 6 overs


Time for Rahul Chahar’s spin as early as in the 5th over. Finch pulls for another four, one bounce and over. Another pull for four, this time finer, off the next ball. Pierces the off side field for the third consecutive boundary. RCB-49/0 after 5 overs

RCB-35/0 after 4 overs

Finch attacks Pattinson in the 4th over too. A boundary – one bounce and over the ropes – off the second ball. Continues taking the aerial route but cannot reach the ropes.


Boult to Padikkal. A single off the first ball. Finch then comes down the track for a big hit but misses it. He then hits the ball to Rohit Sharma on the mid-wicket but the Mumbai skipper fails to catch it. Could this be a costly drop? A double and a single to end the over. RCB-26/0 after 3 overs


Pattinson starts with fire. Finch edges an inswinger onto his box, is winded up for a while and needs a moment or two to regain his stance. Advances down the track off the fifth ball and gets a thick edge to run down to third man for four. Last ball, he goes aerial again. The ball lands just short of a diving Hardik Pandya in the deep. RCB-16/0 after 2 overs


Aaron Finch has been hit badly on the stomach and he goes down. He looks to be in tremendous pain as physios rush in to check. That must have hurt badly


Mumbai Indians bring in James Pattinson into the attack on the other end. He has been in good form this series. There was a LBW appeal in the last over, which was turned down.


Boult starts off looking for some movement in the air. Padikkal attacks from ball one. The first ball goes just wide off a diving Ishan Kishan at cover. The second ball if flicked off the pads for the first boundary of the day. Finch also off the mark with a single. RCB-8/0 after 1

Padikkal starts with a boundary

Another fuller from Trent Boult, this was straying down the leg side, and Devdutt Padikkal just flicked it towards leg side for the first boundary of the match.

That was close!

Trent Boult pitches an inswinger fuller, and Devdutt Padikkal just scooped it over Ishan Kishan at midwicket. That was a catching chance, but it was too far away.

Aaand we are underway!

Here we go! Padikkal to take strike; Treny Boult to open bowling for MI.

MI Playing XI

RCB Playing XI

Toss Results

Rohit Sharma wins toss and elects to bowl first

Aaron Finch speaks ahead of tonight’s match; Have a look

How many will Chahal get tonight?


We are exactly one hour away from toss.

Probable Playing XIs

Royal Challengers Bangalore Predicted Playing XI: Devdutt Padikkal, Aaron Finch, Virat Kohli, AB De Villiers, Parthiv Patel (wicketkeeper), Shivam Dube, Moeen Ali, Navdeep Saini, Yuzavendra Chahal, Dale Steyn, Umesh Yadav

Mumbai Indians Predicted Playing XI: Rohit Sharma, Quinton De Kock (wicketkeeper), Surya Kumar Yadav, Saurab Tiwary, Hardik Pandya, Keiron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, James Pattinson, Jasprit Bumrah

MI, RCB stats in Dubai

RCB and MI met at the Dubai International Stadium in 2014, where Bangalore (116/3 in 17.3 overs) beat Mumbai (115/9 in 20 overs) by 6 wickets. Interestingly, MI lost all its five matches and could not win a single match in the UAE.

MI at this venue: Played 3, Lost 3

RCB at this venue: Played 4, Won 2, Lost 2

Milestone Alert!

-Rohit Sharma needs 10 runs to complete 5000 IPL runs. He is also a six away from 150 IPL sixes for MI.
-Virat Kohli needs 73 runs to complete 5500 IPL runs and requires 10 sixes to complete 200 IPL sixes.
-AB de Villiers needs 26 runs to complete 4500 IPL runs.
-Suryakumar Yadav needs 2 sixes to complete 50 IPL sixes.


The MI players have already left for Dubai. Few more hours for Virat vs Rohit. (Stay tuned for all the live updates)

Will we see an encore tonight?

RCB vs MI Head to head

Both the sides have played 27 matches out of which Mumbai have won 18. In their previous match, MI beat RCB by five wickets at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

Matches Played


MI Won






No Result




Won by


20 April 2008

Royal Challengers Bangalore

5 Wickets


28 May 2008

Mumbai Indians

9 Wickets


3 May 2009

Royal Challengers Bangalore

9 Wickets


10 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

16 Runs

Port Elizabeth

20 March 2010

Royal Challengers Bangalore

7 Wickets

Mumbai (BS)

17 April 2010

Mumbai Indians

57 Runs


21 April 2010

Mumbai Indians

35 Runs

Mumbai (DY)

19 September 2010

Mumbai Indians

2 Runs


12 April 2011

Mumbai Indians

9 Wickets


27 May 2011

Royal Challengers Bangalore

43 Runs


9 October 2011

Mumbai Indians

31 Runs


9 May 2012

Royal Challengers Bangalore

9 Wickets


14 May 2012

Mumbai Indians

5 Wickets


4 April 2013

Royal Challengers Bangalore

2 Runs


27 April 2013

Mumbai Indians

58 Runs


19 April 2014

Royal Challengers Bangalore

7 Wickets


6 May 2014

Mumbai Indians

19 Runs


19 April 2015

Mumbai Indians

18 Runs


10 May 2015

Royal Challengers Bangalore

39 Runs


20 April 2016

Mumbai Indians

6 Wickets


11 May 2016

Mumbai Indians

6 Wickets


14 April 2017

Mumbai Indians

4 Wickets


1 April 2017

Mumbai Indians

5 Wickets


17 April 2018

Mumbai Indians

46 Runs


1 May 2018

Royal Challengers Bangalore

14 Runs


28 March 2019

Mumbai Indians

6 Runs


15 April 2019

Mumbai Indians

5 Wickets



Behind the scenes of MI’s preparations for tonight’s match


Hello peeps, welcome to yet another exciting day of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) action. To fight your Monday Blues, we have Virat Kohli’s RCB up against Rohit Sharma’s MI in what promises to be a high-octane encounter.


Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians