There is now going to be a mega match in the ongoing ILT20 in the UAE.
It is Gautam Adani’s Gulf Giants vs Mukesh Ambani’s MI Emirates who will be competing for the coveted trophy today.
This match is going to be played at Dubai International Stadium and it has created quite an uproar among fans.
There have been pretty good clashes in the ILT20 so far with many interesting games for fans.
But, this heavyweight clash is running strong because of its off-field significance.
Gautam Adani, the richest Indian in the world, decided to dive into the world of cricket after acquiring Gulf Giants in the ILT20.
Similarly, Mukesh Ambani’s Indiawin Sports also wasted no time in acquiring MI Emirates in the ILT20.
Additionally, this is the first-ever clash between these two sides in the ongoing tournament and fans couldn’t be any happier.
The high-octane clash between the two biggest business tycoons is surely going to be an exciting one.
Both Adani and Ambani have purchased teams in WPL.
Just two days ago, both Adani and Ambani have purchased teams in the inaugural and historical Women’s Premier League.
While Adani bought the Ahmedabad-based franchise, Ambani’s Indiawin Sports acquired the Mumbai-based franchise.
Adani has spent INR 1289 crores in the bargain while Ambani has spent INR 912.99 crores for the same.
Talking about the match, then in the points table, MI Emirates is sitting at the third position while Gulf Giants are sitting pretty at the top.
Additionally, Gulf Giants have four wins in six matches. Their last match against Abu Dhabi Knight Riders was washed out.
On the other hand, MI Emirates lost their second successive game against Desert Vipers who are also having a great time.
Which is why both teams will be looking to finish off the league stage in the first half of the table.
Both of these teams will be looking to gain a victory to topple each other off the points table.
That’s why this is surely an unmissable game for the fans.
Also, fans will be hoping that rain doesn’t play spoilsport during this all-important match.
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