Indian Premier League (IPL) has turned out to be an intriguing story of the cricketing folklore in India from one season to another. And by going to this, Delhi Capitals (DC) will be aiming for the revenge at Mohali against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP). KL Rahul’s fastest fifty must be fresh in the minds of the visitors which came in the eleventh edition of the IPL. Before briefing about the weather forecast for the thirteenth game of the IPL 2019, we have got a bit to discuss regarding both the teams.
The revamped side Capitals looked in some control despite losing the grip on the game against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at home, before winning the super over thanks to Kagiso Rabada’s rampant show with the ball.
On the other side, KXIP has delivered in the previous game against Mumbai Indians (MI).
For KXIP Punjab opener, Rahul had a dismal start. But he has regained some form by slamming a fine half-century against Indians. On the other side, Chris Gayle is hitting the ball quite well which has boosted Punjab camp.
Besides, for Capitals, Shaw looked in ominous touch, as he has provided an essential start. They would be vying to see their middle-order rising to the occasion.
Often, Mohali surface has helped the team deciding other than a chase. Evidently, the teams batting first have won 10 games in overall 14 matches since 2014.
On the other day, the ball has spun sharply and the spinners could have a lot on an offer. Both teams have introduced some promising and prominent spinners in the fold.
Date & Venue:
The 13th match of the IPL is scheduled on April 01 (Monday) at the PCA Stadium in Mohali, Punjab at 08:00 PM.
It’s going to be fascinating weather at Mohali on 1st of April 2019. The maximum temperature will be 34 whereas, the minimum temperature will remain around 16-degree centigrade.
With perfect weather on an offer for teams, the spectators have good news that they will enjoy the complete game.
Again the late evening game as the breeze will help players to keep their heads cool during an enticing clash.
With winds blowing from the north-west at 7-to 11 kph, there’s a lot on an offer for the batters.
Furthermore, the humidity is expected to be 44 per cent which would hamper or test players’ endurance that much.
However, as the weather would get warmer the dew-factor could also play its major role in the upcoming fixtures.