IPL 2019: Aware of what to expect from Delhi Capitals, says Ben CuttingMumbai Indians will take on Delhi Capitals at Feroz Shah Kotla on Thursday. Since the home team is also finding it difficult to adapt to the conditions, MI all-rounder Cutting said it always helps when the away team starts on the same page as the home side.advertisement Indo-Asian News Service New DelhiApril 17, 2019UPDATED: April 17, 2019 21:28 IST IPL 2019: Mumbai Indians will take on Delhi Capitals at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium on Thursday. ( Courtesy by BCCI)HIGHLIGHTSMumbai Indians will take on Delhi Capitals at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium on ThursdayMI allrounder Ben Cutting said his team is aware of what to expect from DCMI skipper Rohit Sharma, all-rounder Hardik Pandya and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have all been named in India’s World Cup squadMumbai Indians (MI) will take on Delhi Capitals (DC) on a low and slow Feroz Shah Kotla wicket on Thursday and with the home team also finding it difficult to adapt to the conditions, MI all-rounder Ben Cutting said it always helps when the away team starts on the same page as the home side.”It helps if the home team doesn’t have the advantage. We start even in that case. We have played against all the teams except Kolkata Knight Riders and I think we are aware of what to expect from Delhi. We have kept a close eye on how they play,” he pointed out on the eve of their clash against Delhi.Asked how MI are looking to approach the away games after playing quite a few matches at home, Cutting said: “Pretty much how we approached the other games. We play four straight games on the road and the wickets will be fairly different. We will look to adapt to the conditions.”MI skipper Rohit Sharma, all-rounder Hardik Pandya and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have all been named in India’s World Cup squad. Asked if that will help the players focus more on the Indian Premier League (IPL) now, the all-rounder said the focus anyway was on this tournament.”The World Cup is starting in a couple of months time. Right now it is important to focus on the IPL. You have to play freely and that is how it is in T20 cricket and I don’t think there is any other way,” he opined.advertisementAsked if there have been any talks on workload management, Cutting said: “The bowling coaches can say that. It isn’t something that we can speak about.”Also Read | IPL 2019: Mumbai Indians’ Alzarri Joseph ruled out of tournament due to shoulder injuryAlso Read | Shikhar Dhawan attributes Delhi Capitals’ success to Sourav Ganguly and Ricky PontingAlso Read | Believe we can win IPL 2019: Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas IyerFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bykarishma Tags :Follow Mumbai IndiansFollow Delhi CapitalsFollow IPL 2019Follow Ben CuttingFollow MI vs DC
Two teams. Four wins. 2,887 fans.The cheers were deafening at the Meridian Centre Saturday night as the Brock Badgers men’s and women’s basketball teams scored big wins over the Lakehead Thunderwolves.Fans wore read, painted their faces and voiced their support for their teams as Brock played their first-ever games at the Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines. A record-breaking crowd of 2,887 people watched the games.The event was a partnership with the Niagara River Lions, who will use the downtown arena as their home court for their inaugural National Basketball League of Canada season, which gets under way Dec. 26.On Saturday, Brock University swag, including thundersticks, cowbells and foam fingers helped students and fans show their Badger pride. The teams both won on Saturday with the men’s team topping Lakehead 82-51 and the women’s team winning by a 72-50 margin. On Friday, both the men’s and women’s teams also won their games against Lakehead in soldout home opener contests at the Bob Davis Gymnasium at Brock University.