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Delhi Capitals versus Rajasthan Royals, Match 53, IPL 2019

4 May 2019, 4PM IST

Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi


The track here is lazy and an extreme one to score keeps running on. In any case, Delhi's batsmen came great in their last amusement here, scoring a better than expected aggregate of 187. Win the hurl and bat initially has been a confided in mantra here.


Delhi Capitals have effectively fixed their playoff spot, while RR are practically out of the challenge.

DC have won eight of their 13 diversions up to this point, and will search for a success here as that would give them a shot at a best two compartment. Be that as it may, they have confronted a colossal blow as Kagiso Rabada – the Purple Cap holder – has been led out of the competition. While that probably won't influence them a lot against RR, they will feel his nonattendance going into the following stage.

For the guests, Steven Smith has left the camp to join the Australian side before the World Cup. It is fascinating to see who chiefs the group in his nonappearance.

Ongoing Form (most recent first)

DC: L W L (great structure)

RR: NR W L W (great structure)

No holds barred

All out: 19

DC: 8 (42%)

RR: 11 (58%)

Last Match's Playing XI and conceivable changes:

DC: Shikhar Dhawan, Amit Mishra, Colin Ingram, Trent Boult, Chris Morris, Axar Patel, Shreyas Iyer (c), Jagadeesha Suchith, Rishabh Pant (wk), Prithvi Shaw, Sherfane Rutherford

Plausible changes for this match – Sandeep Lamichhane for Boult

RR: Ajinkya Rahane, Stuart Binny, Steven Smith (c), Varun Aaron, Jaydev Unadkat, Sanju Samson (wk), Shreyas Gopal, Liam Livingstone, Mahipal Lomror, Oshane Thomas, Riyan Parag

Plausible changes for this match: Ashton Turner for Smith

My Dream XI


Sanju Samson has been more predictable than Rishabh Pant this season; the last has into the propensity for discarding his wicket after a decent begin. The RR manager, then again, has a hundred in his possession in IPL 2019, and has amassed 337 runs so far, which makes him a decent pick.


From RR, the main player I have is Ajinkya Rahane. Rahane has been conflicting yet has colossal experience, and will need to go to the gathering without the customary match-victors in the group. He scored a hundred against DC in the last amusement played between the opposite sides, and will need to rehash his heroics.

Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw are the other three players. India opener Dhawan has driven the path with the bat for the Delhi group, scoring five fifties including an unbeaten 97, and indenting up 470 keeps running altogether.

The in-structure Iyer has 427 keeps running from 12 innings, and has driven from the front in ongoing matches.

Shaw began off with a blast, however has blurred away as of late. He will need to recover his structure as the convoy moves towards the playoffs.


Chris Morris will be accountable for driving the pace assault without Rabada, particularly if Ishant sits out once more. Morris has been in great wicket-taking structure, and is required to assume a key job.

Axar Patel is relied upon to discover the conditions here just as he would prefer. Then, Riyan Parag has awed with his developed batting and will hold the pros in the center request for RR.


Shreyas Gopal grabbed a cap trap in the last amusement against RCB, in a match that was diminished by downpour and in the long run washed out. He currently has 18 wickets in 13 matches with a better than average economy rate of 7.40.

Going with him is Oshane Thomas, who has made an imprint since coming into the group. With 5 wickets in 3 diversions, he has assumed control over the job of Jofra Archer easily.

Amit Mishra gathers together my group. He is an accomplished campaigner who for the most part flourishes in conditions like the ones the Kotla is relied upon to offer.

Chief: Shreyas Gopal

Bad habit chief: Shikhar Dhawan

Player to keep an eye out: Shreyas Iyer

The youthful Indian Shreyas Iyer has been a standout amongst the most predictable players for the group this season. With a best two spot on hold, we can expect Iyer to play a chief's thump once more.

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