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Mumbai Indians (MI) full squad for IPL 2016, Mumbai Indians (MI) IPL 2016 Schedule

Mumbai Indians Team Squad IPL 2016

  1. Rohit Sharma
  2. Jos Buttler
  3. Harbhajan Singh
  4. Kieron Pollard
  5. Lendl Simmons
  6. Tim Southee
  7. Unmukt Chand
  8. Ambati Rayudu
  9. Lasith Malinga
  10. Vinay Kumar
  11. Mitchell McClenaghan
  12. Parthiv Patel
  13. Jasprit Bumrah
  14. Corey Anderson
  15. Marchant de Lange
  16. Shreyas Gopal
  17. Akshay Wakhar
  18. Jagadeesha Suchith
  19. Hardik Pandya
  20. Siddhesh Lad
  21. Nitish Rana
  22. Nathu Singh
  23. Jitesh Sharma
  24. Krunal Pandya
  25. Deepak Punia
  26. Kishore Kamath

Mumbai Indians Team IPL 2016 Schedule

Time (IST)
Mumbai Indians vs Rising Pune Supergiants
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Mumbai Indians vs Gujarat Lions
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Mumbai Indians
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
Delhi Daredevils vs Mumbai Indians
Ferozeshah Kotla, Delhi
Kings XI vs Mumbai Indians
Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Rising Pune Supergiants vs Mumbai Indians
.MCA International Stadium, Pune
Mumbai Indians VS Sunrisers Hyderabad
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Mumbai Indians VS Kings XI Punjab
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Mumbai Indians VS Delhi Daredevils
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Gujarat Lions VS Mumbai Indians
Time (IST)
Qualifier 1: TBC vs TBC
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
Eliminator: TBC vs TBC
MCA International Stadium, Pune
Qualifier 2: TBC vs TBC
MCA International Stadium, Pune
Final: TBC vs TBC
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup – Full Schedule – Time Table – Fixtures – Vanue

ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup:

The ICC launched the Schedule of 2015 Cricket World Cup on Tuesday 30th July 2013. The all 14 cricket team ply tournament will be staged in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 2015 to March 29 2015. All the matches of Cricket World Cup 2015 will be played in Australia and New Zealand. They will divide the number of matches between themselves. There is no official information available to us on which match will be hosted by which country. Below is the full list of fixtures for the tournament:

Based on teams’ rankings on the Reliance ICC ODI Rankings as on 31 December 2012. Top four teams from each pool will progress to the quarter-finals.

Group A:

England, Australia (co-host), Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand (co-host), Qualifier 2 (TBD), Qualifier 3 (TBD)

Group B:

South Africa, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Qualifier 1 (Ireland), Qualifier 4 (TBD)

  1. Sat 14 Feb: Sri Lanka v New Zealand , Hagley Oval, Christchurch (d); England vs Australia, Melbourne Cricket Ground (d/n)
  2. Sun 15 Feb: South Africa v Zimbabwe, Seddon Park, Hamilton (d/n); India v Pakistan, Adelaide Oval (d/n)
  3. Mon 16 Feb: West Indies v Ireland, Saxton Oval, Nelson (d)
  4. Tues 17 Feb: New Zealand v Qualifier 3, University Oval, Dunedin (d)
  5. Wed 18 Feb: Bangladesh v Qualifier 2, Manuka Oval, Canberra (d/n)
  6. Thurs 19 Feb: Zimbabwe v Qualifier 4, Saxton Oval, Nelson (d)
  7. Fri 20 Feb: England v New Zealand, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington (d/n)
  8. Sat 21 Feb: Pakistan v West Indies, Hagley Oval, Christchurch (d); Australia v Bangladesh, Gabba, Brisbane (d/n)
  9. Sun 22 Feb: Sri Lanka v Qualifier 2, University Oval, Dunedin (d); South Africa v India, MCG, Melbourne (d/n)
  10. Mon 23 Feb: England v Qualifier 3, Hagley Oval, Christchurch (d)
  11. Tues 24 Feb: West Indies v Zimbabwe, Manuka Oval, Canberra (d/n)
  12. Wed 25 Feb: Ireland v Qualifier 4, Gabba, Brisbane (d/n)
  13. Thurs 26 Feb: Qualifier 2 v Qualifier 3, University Oval, Dunedin (d); Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, MCG, Melbourne (d/n)
  14. Fri 27 Feb: South Africa v West Indies, SCG, Sydney (d/n)
  15. Sat 28 Feb: India v Qualifier 4, WACA, Perth (d/n); Australia v New Zealand, Eden Park, Auckland (d/n)
  16. Sun 1 Mar: England v Sri Lanka, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington (d); Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Gabba, Brisbane (d/n)
  17. Mon 2 Mar: Rest day
  18. Tues 3 Mar: South Africa v Ireland, Manuka Oval, Canberra (d/n)
  19. Wed 4 Mar: Pakistan v Qualifier 4, McLean Park, Napier (d/n); Australia v Qualifier 2, WACA, Perth (d/n)
  20. Thurs 5 Mar: Bangladesh v Qualifier 3, Saxton Oval, Nelson (d)
  21. Fri 6 Mar: India v West Indies, WACA, Perth (d/n)
  22. Sat 7 Mar: South Africa v Pakistan, Eden Park, Auckland (d/n); Zimbabwe v Ireland, Bellerive Oval, Hobart (d/n)
  23. Sun 8 Mar: New Zealand v Qualifier 2, McLean Park, Napier (d); Australia v Sri Lanka, SCG, Sydney (d/n)
  24. Mon 9 Mar: England v Bangladesh, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (d/n)
  25. Tues 10 Mar: India v Ireland, Seddon Park, Hamilton (d/n)
  26. Wed 11 Mar: Sri Lanka v Qualifier 3, Bellerive Oval, Hobart (d/n)
  27. Thurs 12 Mar: South Africa v Qualifier 4, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington (d/n)
  28. Fri 13 Mar: Bangladesh v New Zealand, Seddon Park, Hamilton (d/n); England v Qualifier 2, SCG, Sydney (d/n)
  29. Sat 14 Mar: India v Zimbabwe, Eden Park, Auckland (d/n); Australia v Qualifier 3, Bellerive Oval, Hobart (d/n)
  30. Sun 15 Mar: West Indies v Qualifier 4, McLean Park, Napier (d); Pakistan v Ireland, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (d/n)
  31. Mon 16 Mar: Rest day
  32. Tues 17 Mar: Rest day
  33. Wed 18 Mar: First quarter-final, SCG, Sydney (d/n)
  34. Thurs 19 Mar: Reserve day for first quarter-final; Second quarter-final, MCG (d/n)
  35. Fri 20 Mar: Reserve day for second quarter-final; third quarter-final, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (d/n)
  36. Sat 21 Mar: Reserve day for third quarter-final; fourth quarter-final, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington (d/n)
  37. Sun 22 Mar: Reserve day for fourth quarter-final
  38. Mon 23 Mar: Rest day
  39. Tues 24 Mar: First semi-final, Eden Park, Auckland (d/n)
  40. Wed 25 Mar: Reserve day for first semi-final
  41. Thurs 26 Mar: Second semi-final, SCG, Sydney (d/n)
  42. Fri 27 Mar: Reserve day for second semi-final
  43. Sat 28 Mar: Rest day
  44. Sun 29 Mar: Final, MCG, Melbourne (d/n)
  45. Mon 30 Mar: Reserve day for final

Quarter-Final Schedule :

If Australia and New Zealand qualify, then they’ll play their quarter-finals in their countries. As such, final line-up, venues and dates to be confirmed after group stage matches.

  • A1 v B4
  • A2 v B3
  • A3 v B2
  • A4 v B1

Semi-Final Schedule :

If Australia and New Zealand meet in the semi-finals, then the side that finished higher in the group stage points table will stage the match.

Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team and Match Schedule – Mumbai Indians Fixtures In IPL 2012 – Mumbai Indians IPL 5 Squad

Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team:

The List of players in MUMBAI INDIANS [MI] team for IPL 5, 2012 is as follows:

Batsman in Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team :

  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Tirumalasetti Suman
  • Aditya Tare
  • Dinesh Karthik
  • Sushant Marathe
  • Aiden Blizzard
  • S K Yadav
  • David Jacobs
  • Rohit Sharma

Bowlers in Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team:

  • Harbhajan Singh
  • RP Singh
  • Pragyan Ojha
  • Abu Nechim
  • Clint McKay
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Munaf Patel
  • Dhawal Kulkarni
  • Pawan Suyal
  • Yuzvendra Chahal
  • Robin Peterson

Wicket Keepers in Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team :

  • Ambati Rayudu
  • Aditya Tare
  • Dinesh Karthik
  • Sushant Marathe

All Roundres in Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team :

  • James Franklin
  • Ambati Rayudu
  • Kieron Pollard
  • Mitchell Johnson
  • Thisara Perera

Support staff of Mumbai Indians IPL 2012 Team:

  • Robin Singh : Coach
  • Jonty Rhodes : Fielding Coach

Mumbai Indians Fixtures In IPL 2012:





1 Chennai Super Kings Vs Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 4th April 2012 Chennai
3 Mumbai Indians Vs Pune Warriors 10:30 GMT | 6th April 2012 Mumbai
9 Deccan Chargers Vs Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 9th April 2012 Visakhapatnam
12 Mumbai Indians Vs Rajasthan Royals 10:30 GMT | 12th April 2012 Mumbai
20 Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils 14:30 GMT | 16th April 2012 Mumbai
29 Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab 10:30 GMT | 22th April 2012 Mumbai
34 Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians 10:30 GMT | 25th April 2012 Chandigarh
37 Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 27th April 2012 Delhi
41 Mumbai Indians v Deccan Chargers 14:30 GMT | 29th April 2012 Mumbai
46 Pune Warriors v Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 3rd May 2012 Pune
50 Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings 10:30 GMT | 6th May 2012 Mumbai
55 Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore 14:30 GMT | 9th May 2012 Mumbai
58 Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 12th May 2012 Kolkata
62 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 14th May 2012 Bangalore
65 Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders 14:30 GMT | 16th May 2012 Mumbai
72 Rajasthan Royal v Mumbai Indians 14:30 GMT | 20th May 2012 Jaipur

Cricket In Mumbai

About Cricket In Mumbai:

The popularity of cricket is manifested in mushrooming of several cricket academy and coaching classes spread all over India. Mumbai is the financial capital of India. Not long ago, it also used to be a breeding ground for great cricketing talents. Mumbai is known for giving Indian cricket talents like Sunil Gavaskar, Dilip Vengsarkar, Pravin Amre, Sanjay Mangrekar, Polly Umrigar, Ajit Agarkar, Vinod Kambli and the most illustrious of all, Sachin Tendulkar. There was an era in Indian cricket when every second member of the team was from Mumbai. Now time has changed yet Mumbai has not lost its importance and significance in developing top class talents. Several genuine talents have come out of cricket coaching Mumbai. Cricket academy in Mumbai focuses upon polishing the raw talents and preparing them for top flight cricket. The last name is the crowning jewel of Indian cricket who has made the country proud several times since his debut some 20 years ago. He was also a product of celebrated coach Ramakant Achrekar who believed in his born talent and gave it further direction.The cricket coaches in Mumbai use the art of coaching by mixing it with technical and mental aspects. There are several cricket coaching and academies in Mumbai who train young guns.

About Mumbai Cricket Association:

The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) is one of the oldest members of the BCCI and it is in charge of all kinds of cricket related activities in Mumbai and its surrounding regions like Thane and Navi Mumbai, at the moment. The association is formally known as the Bombay Cricket Association and it started its journey in the year 1930. The association has a sound Constitution for governing its activities and it belongs to the West Zone, according to the BCCI. The association is a perfect example of governing cricket, as it always tries to maintain a sound democratic atmosphere in all of its activities. According to the constitution of the Mumbai Cricket Association, no individual is allowed to continue in any post of the association for more than eight years (for terms of 2 years) at a stretch. The constitution also suggests that an individual can be allowed to re-occupy a post after a gap of 4 years, once he/she completes 8 years in the position. The association always tries to keep itself on the move with new ideas and enthusiasm and it practices the democratic values, as well. The system of individual membership is not allowed in the constitution of the Mumbai Cricket Association. The association has a huge number of 350 ordinary members and 25 Associate members, all of which are affiliated to the Association. The voting system of the Mumbai Cricket Association is also quite interesting, as it allows only the ordinary members to vote during its elections. According to its constitution, if any ordinary member is found to be inactive in terms of cricket activity for more than 3 years, the association will demote the Club to which he/she belongs, as an Associate member. The constitution added that if the club is found to be still inactive for another 3 years, the association cancels the membership of the club, immediately. The current President of BCCI, Mr. Sharad Pawar is also bearing the responsibilities of the President of Mumbai Cricket Association, at the moment. A large number of cricket clubs in Mumbai and its surrounding places are currently associated with MCA, including the likes of Dadar Parsi Colony Gymkhana, Shahpu Spencer Challenge Shield Cricket Committee. The association has also done a great job by making the Mumbai cricket team as one of the best ones in the domestic cricket arena in India. The team has already won over 36 titles in the Ranji Trophy, the latest being in 2003-04 and it has also become runner-up in the final of the Ranji Trophy for a total of 4 times. The Mumbai Cricket Association is having its won stadium- The Wankhede Stadium; near Church gate railway station that was built in the year of 1975. Mr. Sharad Pawar is representing the Mumbai Cricket Association in BCCI, at the moment.

IPL (Indian Premier League) Mumbai Indians Cricket Team:

Mumbai Indians is a cricket team in the Indian Premier League. The team is led by Sachin Tendulkar, who is also the Icon Player for the team.The team logo has the Sudarshana Chakra with the team’s name engraved in it. The team’s colour is blue. The team’s jersey is a two-tone blue with three stripes in orange.


Indian Premier League 2011 Mumbai Indians Squad:

Capped Players (India) in Mumbai Indians Squad:

  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Harbhajan Singh
  • Munaf Patel
  • Rohit Sharma

Domestic Players (India) in Mumbai Indians Squad:

  • Abu Nechim
  • Aditya Tare
  • Ali Murtuza
  • Ambati Rayudu
  • Dhawal Kulkarni
  • Pawan Suyal
  • Rajagopal Satish
  • S K Yadav
  • Sarul Kanwar
  • T Suman
  • Yuzvendra Chahal

International Players in Mumbai Indians Squad:

  • Aiden Blizzard
  • Andrew Symonds
  • David Jacobs
  • Dilhara Fernando
  • James Franklin
  • Kieron Pollard
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Moises Henriques

Best Cricket Clubs in Mumbai:

1.Chembur Gymkhana Club
16th Road,
Mumbai – 400071.

2.Elphinstone Cricket Club
Elphinston House,
Marzban Road,
Mumbai G.P.O.,
Mumbai – 400001.

3.Dahisar Sports Club
Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg,
Dahisar East,
Mumbai – 400068.

4.Garware Club House
Wankhade Stadium,
Church Gate,
Marine Lines,
Mumbai – 400020.

5.Gore Gaon Sports Club
Link Road,
Malad West,
Mumbai – 400064.

6.M.P.T. Sports Club
Railway Manager Building
2nd Floor,
Ramjibhai Kamani Marg,
Ballard Estate,
Mumbai – 400001.

7.MIG Cricket Club
MIG Colony,
Bandra East,
Mumbai – 400051.

8.Navi Mumbai Sports Association
1st Floor,
Sector 1,
Mumbai – 400703.

9.Payyade Sports Club
Parekh Nagar, S.V. Road,
Kandivali West,
Mumbai – 400067.

10.Sankalp Sports
Gautam Centre,
Shop 49/50,
Kopri Colony,
Mumbai – 400603.

11.SCN Sports Club Pvt. Ltd
Saraf Choudhary Nagar,
Kandivali East,
Mumbai -400101.

12.The Cricket Club of India
J.N. Tata Pavilion,
Dinshaw Vachha Road,
Marine Lines,
Mumbai – 400020.

Best Cricket Coaching in Mumbai:

Some of the cricket coaching classes in Mumbai are;

World Cricket Acdemy
Fort, Mumbai- 400001

MIG Cricket Club
Bandra (East), Mumbai- 400051

Eknath Solkar Cricket Academy
Grand Medical College Ground,
Marine Lines,
Mumbai – 400002

Elf Vengsarkar Cricket Academy Oval maidan
Mumbai- 400020

Islam Ghymkhana Pace Bowling Acadey
N. Subhash Road,
Marine Lines,
Mumbai – 400002

K Tiwari Cricket Academy
Azad Maidan Fort,
Mumbai – 400001

Paryade Sports Foundation
73, Vasukamal,
Next to club Borivalica Borivali (East),
Mumbai – 400103

S Chavan Cricket Academy
Dadar Parsee Colony,
R Dadkar Maidan,
Matunga, Mumbai – 400019

The Cricket Club Of India
J.N,Tata Pavilion,
Brabourne Stadium,
Dinshaw Vachha Road
Mumbai – 400 020,
Email: contact@cricketclubofindia.org
Website: www.cricketclubofindia.org

Cricket Stadiums In Mumbai:

The cosmopolitan city of India, Mumbai has many sports stadiums and clubs that help it in keeping pace with the hectic life. City-dwellers take out some time from their busy schedules to work-out and enjoy their favorite games. The stadiums of Bombay are popular not only on national but international level. Arenas like Brabourne and Wankhede boast of being the venues for both, national and international matches.

Gymkhana Ground, Marine Lines Ground, Middle Income Group Ground, Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilisers Company Ground and Vengsarkar Cricket Academy Ground are the other coliseums in Mumbai. Willingdon Sports Club and Bombay Presidency Golf Club are famous amongst the sporting venues in the city. Find more information about the major stadiums, arenas, sports venues in Mumbai.

Brabourne Stadium Mumbai:

Brabourne Stadium is a cricket ground owned by the Cricket Club of India (CCI). Located in the bustling city of Mumbai, the stadium had been the host of the test matches from 1948 to 1972. Apart from the test matches, it made the venue for the Bombay Pentangular matches too.

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Wankhede Stadium Mumbai:

Wankhede Stadium is a cricket stadium that was established in 1975. Nobody knew that a dispute between the Cricket Club of India (CCI) and Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) would result into the largest cricket stadium in Mumbai. In 1973, a dispute over ticket allocations crop up, after the test match between India and England.

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