IPL's highest ever run accumulator Suresh Raina 4 didn't stay long as the India all-rounder got one to climb up from back of the length with the left-hander giving an easy catch to elder brother Krunal Pandya stationed at the edge of yard circle at mid-on. Leg-spinner Markande then came into action.
He removed Ambati Rayudu 22 with a googly as he tried an ambitious slog sweep. Then came the prize wicket of MS Dhoni 5 as the skipper failed to read the rookie leg-break bowler's wrong 'un trying to defend him off the backfoot.
The result was a plumb leg-before decision leaving CSK reeling at 51 for 4. Earlier, all-rounder Krunal Pandya smashed a quickfire 41 off 22 balls as Mumbai Indians recovered from a poor start to post a challenging for 4. Mumbai Indians were struggling at 20 for 2 after openers Evin Lewis 0 and skipper Rohit Sharma 15 were dismissed cheaply on a track that assisted seamers. A run-third wicket stand between Suryakumar Yadav 43 in 29 balls and Ishan Kishan 40 off 29 balls put MI back on track before Pandya brothers Krunal and Hardik added 52 in 5.
He kept on hitting the odd balls and was aided by Hardik. Krunal was in his element as he again punished Woods hitting two boundaries and a six in the 19th over, which fetched them another 17 runs.
Asked to bat in front of a capacity crowd, right-arm seamer Deepak Chahar trapped Lewis in front of the wicket with an outswinger inswinger for the left-hander. Skipper Rohit as usual struggled against the moving delivery due to lack of feet movement as Shane Watson removed him when he top edged one to Ambati Rayudu.
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Middlesbrough's nightmare afternoon is just getting worse and worse. Boro have been forced into a second change as Marten de Roon has picked up an injury and is replaced by Fabio da Silva. Swansea City may be leading, but even they have had a set-back as Leroy Fer has departed the field injured to be replaced by Ki Sung-yueng.
Not as stupid as Ramirez's dismissal. In fact this looks rather harsh on Oumar Niasse who sees a straight red card following his clumsy foul on M'Baye Niang. A booking would have seem fairer. This is 20 minutes that could not have not gone any worse for Middlesbrough.
They could be down after King blasts wastefully off target inside the box, but they are now a man down after Gaston Ramirez, six minutes after being booked for diving, is sent off after bringing down Pugh.
So much for the Middlesbrough response. The North East side are in all sorts of trouble now as Benik Afobe doubles the Cherries lead after pouncing on a loose ball and slotting home. Despite that second minute set-back, Middlesbrough haven't responded too badly. Alvaro Negredo just misses out on connecting with a Gaston Ramirez cross before the latter is booked for diving.
Hull may have been nearly shot themselves in the foot but but there is some bad news at the KCOM as Swansea lead against Stoke. Fernando Llorente directs a header from a Gylfi Sigurdsson corner past Jack Butland on the keeper's first appearance of the season. All going to form so far among the bottom sides. Hull Citynearly fall behind to a comical own goal, with Harry Maguire's backpass trickling wide after a mis-communication with keeper Eldin Jakupovic.
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Here is how the bottom of the table stands before kick-off. It may be four of the bottom five in action but you can bet Sunderland supporters will have an eye on today's games too. We have to discuss it. We can't forget how many times he has done a really good job for us. The Tottenham coach tragically died on Friday after suffering a heart attack at the club's training ground, and tributes have been made to the former England international across the country.
Everton make just one alteration having seen off Burnley last time out, as Maarten Stekelenburg comes in for Joel Robles. Watford meanwhile make just once change from the side whop defeated Swansea City as Miguel Britos replaces Adrian Mariappa. And there are two changes for Steve Agnew's team from the side that battled well before falling to a defeat by Arsenal. Having finally made a full recovery from injury, Jack Butland returns in goal for Stoke City in place of Lee Grant from the side that defeated Hull City last time out.
We have a familiar name leading us out this afternoon But with four of the bottom five in action, the quest for points is becoming a desperate one - especially for teams like Middlesbrough who could end the day a manageable three points away from safety or an almost doomed looking nine.
So good afternoon all and welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of all the day's Premier League action as it happens. There are four Premier League matches kicking off at 3pm on Saturday afternoon, with some important implications for the relegation battle. Swansea City, who occupy the final relegation spot at the start of play, host Stoke City in their battle against relegation.
Hull City, just above the dotted line, are at home to Watford, while Bournemouth host Middlesbrough in another crunch contest. In the capital, West Ham play Everton, who still retain hope of finishing in the top four. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Monday, Sep 17th 5-Day Forecast.
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