DC vs RR: Who will win today’s IPL match?

Sep 25, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

Delhi Capitals (DC) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) will be seen competing...

...with each other at Zayed Cricket Stadium in UAE.

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Delhi Capitals (DC) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) will be seen competing...

...with each other at Zayed Cricket Stadium in UAE.

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In their last match, the Rajasthan team won by three wickets.

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According to expert predictions and stats, RR has a higher chance of winning today’s match.

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These are some good performing batsman from both the teams who are expected to score —

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Prithvi Shaw

Right-handed batsman retained by DC this year and amassed 319 runs in 9 matches with a strike rate of 165.28.

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Shikhar Dhawan

Left-handed opening batsman who is referred to as ‘Gabbar’ hammered 422 runs in 9 matches so far this season with an average of 52.75.

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Shreyas Iyer

The stylish right-handed batsman has a record of giving stellar performances in the past — played just 1 match this season and scored 47 runs with a strike rate of 114.63.

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Evin Lewis

An aggressive left-handed batsman from West Indies has also played just 1 match in this season and made 36 runs with an average of 36.

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Sanju Samson

Wicket-keeper batsman from Kerala maintained his track records by scoring 281 runs in 8 matches so far this season with a strike rate of 144.10.

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These are bowlers with good performance tally from both the teams —

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Ishant Sharma

The right-arm pacer who has been retained by Delhi Capitals has a track record of hauling 1 wicket in 3 matches so far in this season with a strike rate of 72.

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Chris Morris

An all-rounder from South Africa has an excellent IPL record of 14 wickets in 8 matches in this season with an average of 19.35.

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Kartik Tyagi

The 21-year old fast seam bowler who made his IPL debut in 2020 and impressed the selectors with his exceptional bowling skills has a track record of taking 3 wickets in 2 matches this season.

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Anrich Nortje

South-African speedster who replaced Chris Woakes has scalped 2 wickets so far this season in just 1 match with an average of 6.

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