Mumbai Indians are the most successful team in the history of Indian Premier League, having won the title in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. Rohit Sharma had led the side to the title on all those four occasions.

Here are the fixtures for MI during the 2020 season and their results:

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Match Day/Date/Time Venue Result Total points
MI vs CSK 19 Sep, Sat (1930) Abu Dhabi MI lost by 5 wickets 0
KKR vs MI 23 Sep, Wed (1930) Abu Dhabi MI won by 49 runs 2
RCB vs MI 28 Sep, Mon (1930) Dubai MI lost in Super Over  2
KXIP vs MI 1 Oct, Thu (1930) Abu Dhabi MI won by 48 runs 4
MI vs SRH 4 Oct, Sun (1530) Sharjah MI won by 34 runs 6
MI vs RR 6 Oct, Tue (1930) Abu Dhabi MI won by 57 runs 8
MI vs DC 11 Oct, Sun (1930) Abu Dhabi MI won by 5 wickets 10
MI vs KKR 16 Oct, Fri (1930) Abu Dhabi MI won by 8 wickets 12
MI vs KXIP 18 Oct, Sun (1930) Dubai MI lost in Super Over 12
CSK vs MI 23 Oct, Fri (1930) Sharjah MI won by 10 wickets 14
RR vs MI 25 Oct, Sun (1930) Abu Dhabi
MI vs RCB 28 Oct, Wed (1930) Abu Dhabi
DC vs MI 31 Oct, Sat (1530) Dubai
SRH vs MI 3 Nov, Tue (1930) Sharjah

A recap of MI’s matches during IPL 2020:

  1. In the season-opener, Mumbai Indians win streak against Chennai Super Kings came to an end as they lost by five wickets in Abu Dhabi. Read the report of the match here and watch highlights below:

2. In the second match of the season, the UAE jinx was finally ended as Mumbai registered their first win in an IPL match played in the country. Star players Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah did what they do best as KKR were beaten by 49 runs. The win ensured MI’s sensational record against KKR got better. Read the report here and watch the highlights below:

3. Thanks to Ishan Kishan and Kieron Pollard, MI did brilliantly well to make a match out of it when they had to score 90 runs off the final five overs in the run-chase against IPL. They forced a Super Over but RCB held their nerve to win a thriller. Read the report here and watch the highlights below:

4. Bouncing back from the heartbreaking defeat against RCB, Mumbai registered a convincing 48-run win against Kings XI Punjab to go top of the table on NRR. It was a complete batting and bowling effort with Kieron Pollard winning the man of the match award for his role in the blistering finish. For the second match in a row, MI scored 89 runs in the last five overs. Read the report here and watch highlights below:

5. Electing to bat first against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Sharjah, Mumbai Indians posted 208/5 with Quinton de Kock getting a 39-ball 67. David Warner got a half-century for SRH but the MI bowlers fired collectively to bring up a 34-run win. Read the report here and watch highlights below:

6. Opting to bat first in Abu Dhabi, Mumbai Indians posted 193/4 thanks to Suryakumar Yadav’s unbeaten 79 off 47. The defending champions then bowled out Rajasthan Royals for just 136 to climb back to the top of the points table. Jasprit Bumrah delivered his best ever IPL spell with four wickets for just 20 runs. Read the report here and watch highlights below:

7. Batting first, Delhi managed to get 162/4 in their 20 overs thanks to an unbeaten half-century by Shikhar Dhawan. Mumbai lost skipper Rohit Sharma early before Quinton de Kock and Suryakumar Yadav scored 53 runs each to help the defending champions get the win. Read the report here and watch highlights below:

8. A complete bowling performance from Mumbai Indians as they restricted Kolkata Knight Riders to just 148/5. In reply, Quinton de Kock helped the Mumbai Indians chase it down comfortably with 19 balls to spare. Read match report here and watch highlights below

9. Mumbai Indians lost their first match after five straight wins after the first-ever double Super Over in IPL history. Jasprit Bumrah (3/24) snared three crucial wickets as Kings XI Punjab levelled the scores at 176/6 in the stipulated 20 overs. Bumrah then dismissed Nicholas Pooran and Rahul in the first Super Over to leave MI with a six-run target. But Shami defended in a stunning spell to take it to the second Super Over. Kieron Pollard helped MI score 11/1 but Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal helped KXIP notched up an incredible win. Read match report here and watch highlights below:

10. Kieron Pollard stepped in as Mumbai Indians captain for an injured Rohit Sharma and elected to bowl first. And his team put on quite a show in Sharjah. Trent Boult starred with four wickets as the defending champions restricted Chennai Super Kings to just 114/9 in 20 overs. Ishan Kishan and Quinton de Kock then put on an unbeaten opening stand to take MI to a memorable win. Read the match report here and watch highlights below:

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