Chennai Super Kings might have already reached the cut-off limit of 16 points needed for the playoffs, but Chennai Super Kings would like to consolidate their position at the top when they take on an inconsistent Mumbai Indians in an IPL match on Friday.
The MS Dhoni-led side roared back to form after two losses, with a six-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad here on Tuesday night, riding on Shane Watson's big hitting.
Come tomorrow, the hosts would be looking to continue the momentum.
The visitors, currently in third spot with 12 points from 10 games, are coming off a defeat against Rajasthan Royals and will be keen to keep themselves in the hunt for the playoffs.
What to expect?
It could be another dry turf at Chepauk thanks to the excessive and spinners could play a key role again from both the sides.