“We have another day and it’s really hot but the fact of the matter is, we are talking about experienced players who are used to playing on dew. There might be a slight advantage for the team batting second but on some days teams batting first has won most of the games.
“And even in Wankhede it was talked in regards to the dew kicking in and there additionally group batting first has gained video games. Look there are not any excuses dew or no dew it balances out because the season goes,” Bond said.
Mumbai Indians lost the first game but came from behind to seal their second match of the IPL 2021 against Kolkata Knight Riders on Tuesday. Bond said the Mumbai Indians’ mantra will be to go out and adapt to the conditions as soon as possible.
“I imply there are three or 4 totally different pitches right here. The wicket on which we performed our sport one was totally different from the one on which we performed our second match. So, I’m not positive how will the wicket behaves tomorrow, the method would not change for us we flip as much as assess the circumstances as shortly we now have to adapt and suppose on our ft,” Bond opined.
Mumbai Indians will lock horns with Sunrisers Hyderabad on Saturday (April 17) and the former New Zealand pacer said both sides will be planning on how to take the game after the 10th over as batting in the second half of the innings has become an uphill task in the recent games here.
“David is one the very best batsman within the IPL and we all know wickets can be gonna be sluggish and difficult. Their bowling line is difficult as nicely and they’re very disciplined about how they go within the sport,” said Bond.
“But we plan the identical for each group like how can we get the batsmen out, how can we utilise the circumstances and the character of this wicket, it will be laborious work for the batsmen significantly from the tenth over onwards,” he further said.
“I’m positive each groups are speaking about what can be their sport plan from 10 overs onwards and the way are we gonna utilise the again finish of the innings,” Bond signed off.
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