Mumbai Indians can lift Champions League 2010 Twenty20 cricket series in South Africa

August 20, 2010

Will the Mumbai Indians win the Champions League 2010 Twenty20 cricket tournament in South Africa?

Indian Pigeon in MumbaiEven the homely Mumbai Indian pigeon is hoping for a win by the Mumbai Indians in the Champions Trophy 2010 Twenty20 cricket series in South Africa

Sachin Tendulkar’s Mumbai Indians IPL cricket team have a great team and Sachin’s adopted Mumbaikars can hopefully win the Champions League Trophy 2010

With Sachin, Pollock, Zaheer and Malinga in the Mumbai Indians cricket team in South Africa, can the Mumbai Indians cricket team lose? Well, the Mumbai Indians did lose the IPL cricket finals due to well, bad luck and attempted strategies going wrong in the finals. But hey, Twenty20 is really all about luck and Dhoni’s Chennai Superkings did a great job of pulling off a surprise win against the Mumbai Indians

Talented Indian cricketers in the Mumbai Indians cricket team have a good chance of proving their worth in South Africa in the Champions League 2010

Ambati Rayudu, Shikhar Dhiwan and Tiwari, all classy Mumbai Indians batsmen for the 2010 Champions Trophy, have a great chance of staking their claim for a position in the Indian cricket team. A good performance by Ambati Rayudu for instance could see Rayudu being at least considered for the Indian national team in the future


Playing in South African conditions will definitely not be easy, but the young Mumbai Indians batsmen such as Rayudu could really surprise the Indian cricket selectors by putting up a stellar show in the seaming South African cricket pitches

The Champions Trophy Twenty20 2010 promises to be great fun and the Mumbai Indians have a good chance of doing well

Any cricket team with Sachin Tendulkar always has a good chance of winning and the Mumbai Indians are lucky to have the little master in such fantastic form for the Champions League Trophy 2010 matches. A Sachin Tendulkar Twenty20 hundred is a distinct possibility in South Africa

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