Hi and welcome to Sportstar’s Live inclusion as Delhi Capitals takes on Sunrisers Hyderabad in Qualifier 2 of IPL 2020 at the Sheik Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Sunday at 7:30 PM IST.
DC 120/1 after 13 overs: A forgettable excursion for Nadeem as he has spilled 35 runs in his three overs. Meanwile, Iyer is hurrying up as he finds a limit with a slick flick to the profound mid-wicket.
DC 112/1 after 12 overs: Natarajan amazes a clean giving only five from his second and there is a slight plunge in force, all things considered. All things considered, Delhi bossing the game, right now.
DC 107/1 after 11 overs: Nicely done by both Dhawan and Iyer as they deny Rashid another achievement and a wicket here for Hyderabad will assist them with pulling back things.
DC 102/1 after 10 overs: Dhawan hits a splendid 50 years and the 100 is up for Delhi. We are part of the way through and the stage is set for the Delhi batsmen to detonate.
DC 89/1 after 9 overs: Rashid Khan gets the valued scalp of Marcus Stoinis as he strongholds the all-rounder with a straighter one and this is a genuinely necessary wicket for Sunrisers.
DC 85/0 after 8 overs: Dhawan is moving toward his 50 years and Stoinis is motoring on pleasantly. Both batsmen are very much set and are playing Rashid Khan without facing any challenges.
DC 76/0 after 7 overs: Four ousts – Rashid Khan has surrendered 11 runs and Sunrisers under genuine tension from Stoinis and Dhawan. This is such eminent batting show from the Delhi openers.
DC 65/0 after 6 overs: What a beginning from Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers in urgent requirement for a wicket. The blue camp is upbeat as Stoinis and Dhawan have given them a breaking start. Shahbaz Nadeem begins with a 14- run over. Apprehensive legs in the Orange camp.
DC 50/0 after 5 overs: The fifty-run opening stand is up and the transition to advance Stoinis up the request has worked for Delhi. Dhawan hurries up with two limits. Sunrisers deprived for a wicket.
DC 39/0 after 4 overs: Stoinis is making Holder pay for putting him down as he creams the West Indian chief for four limits and a six to give Delhi a flying beginning. 18 runs of the over and Stoinis long switches are in play.
DC 21/0 after 3 overs: Jason Holder has dropped Stoinis at senseless mid-on! How exorbitant will that be. Stoinis thunders back with consecutive limits and Sandeep Sharma is miserable. Holder was positioned at that position for this specific motivation to stop the flick yet neglected to lock on to it.
DC 11/0 after 2 overs: Sedate beginning from Delhi as Dhawan starts a breaking shot to the profound point limit as eight runs originate from it.
DC 3/0 after 1 over: Excellent beginning from Sandeep Sharma as he gives only three from his opening over. Stoinis and Dhawan are misguided.
We are good to go for Qualifier 2 and a success today implies, either group will join Mumbai Indians for the last. Be that as it may, until further notice, it will be Marcus Stoinis who will open the batting alongside Shikhar Dhawan. For Sunrisers, it will be Sandeep Sharma with the new ball.
Throw: Delhi Capitals wins throw, selects to bat first
Delhi Capitals: Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Praveen Dubey, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje
Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner(c), Shreevats Goswami(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan
Changes: SRH – Unchanged | DC – Praveen Dubey and Shimron Hetmyer come instead of Daniel Sams and Prithvi Shaw.
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Pitch Report by Simon Doull and Ian Bishop: The pitch is directly at the middle, so except if you’re Mumbai Indians, it will be difficult to muscle the ball over the limits. None of the groups have figured out how to get above 163 – presently take a gander at the pitch, the measure of grass on it helps me to remember New Zealand. It’s very hard also. The DC, with Nortje and Rabada have bowled a great deal in the center of the pitch, even at the death. They’ve made a decent attempt lengths. The SRH don’t have that sort of movement so they have bowled more full. I believe that will be a key fight – how the batting line-ups counter this. DC will endeavor a ton of cross-seamers, given that it will slip off the grass. It’s a decent batting surface, yet the quick bowlers ought to have fun with the new ball. Details state bat second, however in a knockout game, runs on the board check. Delhi Capitals have lost twice pursuing, however the groups like realizing the thing they’re pursuing in the UAE. 160 on the board ought to be sheltered on this wicket.
RECAP: Wriddhaayan Bhattacharyya and Shayan Acharya survey SRH’s splendid success over RCB and see today’s qualifier conflict against DC. Who are you pulling for, to meet Mumbai in the last of IPL 2020?
IPL 2020 Form control: (last 5 matches | win:loss)
DC – Delhi, which was second in the standings, has faltered as of late by losing four matches on the run prior to beating RCB in its last gathering game. It has only one win in its last five excursions, and lost to MI in Qualifier 1 (1:4).
SRH – Meanwhile, Hyderabad has been in incredible structure as of late, winning multiple times and losing only once during its last five matches. It arrived at Qualifier Two on the rear of a four-game series of wins (4:1).
Straight on: (17 matches – DC 6 | SRH 11)
The two groups have confronted one another 17 times in the IPL up until now, and SRH has ruled DC with a 11- 6 no holds barred win/misfortune record.
Delhi Capitals will need to refocus rapidly from the devastating thrashing to Mumbai Indians as the Sunrisers Hyderabad come bringing in Sunday’s second qualifier in Abu Dhabi.
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Here’s the Predicted XI Of Both Teams
Delhi Capitals Predicted XI
- Shikhar Dhawan
- Prithvi Shaw
- Shreyas Iyer (C)
Rishabh Pant (Wk)
Shimron Hetmyer (Overseas)
Marcus Stoinis (Overseas)
Kagiso Rabada (Overseas)
Anrich Nortje (Overseas)
Sunrisers Hyderabad Predicted XI
- David Warner (C/Overseas)
Jonny Bairstow (Overseas)
Wriddhiman Saha (Wk)
Jason Holder (Overseas)
Rashid Khan (Overseas)
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