Rahul Dravid

Rajasthan Royals take on Mumbai Indians in the final of the 2013 Champions League T20 at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi.

Where to Watch Live

Play starts at 3:30pm BST. Live coverage will be available on British Eurosport. Follow the match live, via text updates, on ESPN Cricinfo.


The Royals registered a place in the CL T20 final after defeating two-time Indian Premier League champions Chennai Super Kings in a nail-biting encounter. Rajasthan were made to bat first after MS Dhoni won the toss. The hosts made 159 from their 20 overs.

In reply, Chennai suffered an early collapse and lost their first seven wickets for 72 runs. However, Ravichandran Ashwin tried to change the course of the game with a brilliant knock of 46 from 28 deliveries, who was well supported by Chris Morris, who was unbeaten at 26.

Ashwin was finally dismissed in the final over as the Super Kings lost the semifinal clash by 14 runs.

Kieron Pollard

Meanwhile, Mumbai saw them progress to the final after their comfortable win over Trinidad & Tobago at Feroz Shah Kotla. The IPL side put the visitors to bat first, who managed 153 runs, losing five wickets in the process.

However, Rohit Shrma's side saw them reach their target in a comfortable manner. The opening pair of Sachin Tendulkar (35) and Dwayne Smith (59) put on a 90-run partnership for the first wicket as Mumbai cruised to register a win by six wickets with five balls to spare.

The Royals and Mumbai have met in the first game of this edition of CL T20, with Dravid's men coming out victorious from the game. Rajasthan are unbeaten in the tournament and would be looking to continue their form in the final.

Team News

Rajasthan Royals

Probable Lineup: Rahul Dravid (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Shane Watson, Stuart Binny, Sanju Samson (wk), Kusal Perera, Dishant Yagnik, James Faulkner, Kevon Cooper, Rahul Shukla, Pravin Tambe

Mumbai Indians

Probable Lineup: Dwayne Smith, Sachin Tendulkar, Ambati Rayudu, Rohit Sharma (c), Dinesh Karthik (wk), Kieron Pollard, Mitchell Johnson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Harbhajan Singh, Rishi Dhawan, Pragyan Ojha