These two sides - defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings - met each other in the final of the IPL 2015 and IPL 2018. The two heavyweights from the previous seasons will be against each other at Wankhede stadium in the opening match of Indian Premier League's 11 season.
While the Mumbai Indians still managed to retain the core Indian players from a year ago, experts have been a little wary about the team in IPL 2018.
But this time Twitterati trolled IPL's ceremony.
An official BCCI statement has confirmed that Bollywood actors Hrithik Roshan, Varun Dhawan, Prabhu Deva, Jacqueline Fernandez and Tamannah Bhatia will be shaking a leg to get the fans in the stands grooving to the dance moves.
Entertainment streaming platform Netflix is going to bring an original documentary series based on Mumbai Indians, making it the first Indian professional sports team to feature in Netflix original docu-series.
Netflix has partnered with New York-based production house Condé Nast Entertainment to produce an eight-part original unscripted series on Mumbai Indians. Last year Rohit Sharma their captain batted down the order but it's as an opening batsman that he has scored those big scores as he gets more overs to bat. The men in yellow will be led by former Indian skipper MS Dhoni, as usual.
Which TV channels will broadcast IPL 2018, Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings? From IPL's highest rungetter Suresh Raina to tournament veterans like Dwayne Bravo and Shane Watson, CSK isn't a team to be taken lightly. Out of which Mumbai Indians had won the 13 matches while Chennai Superkings won 11 matches. Like teams of the past, the current Mumbai squad looks formidable and if there is any weak link it is in the spin department after they let go of veteran Harbhajan Singh.Key players for them would be captain Rohit Sharma, Pandya brothers, Kieron Pollard and Jasprit Bumrah.