Mumbai have the power to hit Kings XI for six
Indians beat Punjab outfit comfortably just three weeks ago
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The Mumbai Indians' destructive batting line-up has helped them climb to the top of the IPL standings and should serve them well again against Kings XI Punjab.
Jos Buttler, Keiron Pollard and Hardik Pandya have laid siege to bowling attacks across the competition and as they enter their 13th game of the season, Mumbai have already bludgeoned 85 sixes.
Fifteen of those came when the Indians chased down 199 in just 15.3 overs to beat King XI in Indore three weeks ago and they are a shade of odds-on to hit more maximums than their rivals again.
Given they are a short as 8-11 to win the match, that looks decent value at bigger odds as the hosts' power-packed unit is likely to be the catalyst should they record a tenth win of the campaign.
Nottinghamshire and Durham have designs on a One-Day Cup quarter-final place and will look to press their claims at Trent Bridge.
Durham have won three of their four completed outings in the competition, with their sole defeat coming against a Jonny Bairstow-inspired Yorkshire. At 11-8 they look value to prevail.
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