Calcutta: On current form, Rajasthan Royals look in a far better shape than Mumbai Indians who are all but out of the race to the play-off stage.
However, all-rounder Corey Anderson prefers to look at the positive side of things. Nor is he intimidated by the Royals’ performances lately. “We know that the Royals have done well, particularly their spinner Pravin Tambe.
“But having said that, we will do our best to counter their attack,” the New Zealander said on the eve of Mumbai Indians’ clash versus the 2008 champions, in Ahmedabad.
Corey is not too perturbed with his team missing the services of Lasith Malinga, who’s out because of national duty.
“Malinga’s absence is always a huge space to fill. Whoever takes the role, I am sure will do a good job.
“We know our plans. We are starting to get into the business end of the tournament now. Whoever comes in, I hope will do the job required.I feel our bowlers have decently.”