Delhi Capitals, DC News, Records, Stats, Standings, Squad & Fixture

Delhi Capitals-DC

Delhi Capitals former Delhi Daredevils represent the city of Delhi in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The franchise is owned by the GMR Group.

The national capital-based outfit traditionally plays their homes at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground in Delhi. They have also played some of their home games at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium in Chhattisgarh.

Delhi Capitals are one of the underachievers in the league. Despite boasting of a good team throughout, they have not managed to live up to expectations. They qualified for the now-defunct Champions League T20 twice, making the Finals in the 2012 edition. But apart from that they did not do much notable in the first ten seasons. Their performance in recent times has further deepened as they have ended up with wooden spoons.
Promising initial years:
In the inaugural season, they finished fourth after the conclusion of the league stage. They won 7 of the 14 games they played to make it to the semifinal. In the semifinal, they were thrashed by Rajasthan Royals as their season came to an end.

DC began the second season in 2009 in a dominating manner. Under the captaincy of Gautam Gambhir, they remained at the top of the table for much of the tournament. They won 10 of the 14 games to end the league stage at the top of the table. But despite being in red-hot form, they once again failed to cross the semifinal hurdle. In the semifinal, eventual winners Deccan Chargers blew away DC with their skipper Adam Gilchrist hitting a 17-ball fifty.

Two modest years:
In 2010, they failed to make it to the last four for the very first time. DC won 7 of their 14 games but lost out on the last four spot due to poor net run-rate.

Their performance in 2011 was even worse. They finished the tournament at the bottom, managing just 4 wins in 14 games.

Change in fortunes:
After two poor seasons, DC bounced back in style in 2012. They finished the league stage at the top of the table and ended up qualifying for the Champions League Twenty20 in 2012 held in South Africa.

Disastrous outings:
The promising season in 2012 was not a precursor of the things that were to follow. I 2013, they finished at the rock bottom after winning just 3 games. Their fortunes remained pretty much same for the following four seasons as they ended sixth last year too.

Home ground:
Delhi Capitals play their home games in the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, New Delhi. They also play their home games at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium,Raipur.

Season-wise performance of Delhi Capitals (Delhi Daredevils):

Year
Indian Premier League

2008
Semifinalists (4th/8)

2009
Semifinalists (3rd/8)

2010
League stage (5th/8)

2011
League stage (10th/10)

2012
Playoffs (3rd/9)

2013
League stage (9th/9)

2014
League stage (8th/8)

2015
League stage (7th/8)

2016
League stage (6th/8)

2017
League stage (6th/8)

2018 auction:
The perennial underachievers of the league entered the auction with a purse of Rs 47 crore and ended up compiling a squad that truly has the ability to end the franchise's long wait for the maiden title.

DC had retained three players Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer, and Chris Morris and then purchased 22 players to complete their roster. Their most expensive buy was Australia's hard-hitting batsman Glenn Maxwell at Rs 9 crore while South Africa pace sensation Kagiso Rabada [Rs 4.2 crore] who also represented them last season was the second on the list.

In addition, they re-signed their former skipper Gautam Gambhir who had represented them in the first three seasons. In Prithvi Shaw and Manjot Kalra, they bought two of the most sought-after youngsters in the country. With the likes of Colin Munro, Jason Roy and Naman Ojha also in the squad, the DC boast of a good batting lineup this season. The pace attack looks equally impressive due to the presence of Mohammed Shami, Kagiso Rabada and Trent Boult.

Current squad of Delhi Capitals:

Gautam Gambhir(c)

Shreyas Iyer

Chris Morris

Rishabh Pant

Glenn Maxwell

Jason Roy

Colin Munro

Mohammed Shami

Kagiso Rabada

Amit Mishra

Prithvi Shaw

Rahul Tewatia

Vijay Shankar

Harshal Patel

Avesh Khan

Shahbaz Nadeem

Daniel Christian

Jayant Yadav

Gurkeerat Singh Mann

Trent Boult

Manjot Kalra

Abhishek Sharma

Sandeep Lamichhane

Naman Ojha

Sayan Ghosh

 

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IPL 2021, Match 7: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals (RR vs DC) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

In the seventh match of the IPL 2021, Rajasthan Royals (RR) will fight against Delhi Capitals (DC) at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) this Thursday (15th April) night.

Both teams have already started their campaign in the IPL 2021 as the forthcoming game will be their second match of this season. While the IPL 2020 runners-up Delhi Capitals beat Chennai Super Kings (CSK)  by 7 wickets in their first match of this season, Rajasthan Royals lost their first match of this season against Punjab Kings (PBKS) by 4 runs.

IPL 2021, Match 7: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals (RR vs DC) – Complete Squads

Rajasthan Royals (RR): Sanju Samson (C), Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Shreyas Gopal, Rahul Tewatia, Mahipal Lomror, Kartik Tyagi, Andrew Tye, Jaydev Unadkat, Mayank Markande, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Anuj Rawat, David Miller, Manan Vohra, Chris Morris, Shivam Dube, Mustafizur Rahman, Chetan Sakariya, KC Cariappa, Liam Livingstone, Kuldip Yadav, Akash Singh.

Delhi Capitals (DC): Rishabh Pant (C), Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Ishant Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ajinkya Rahane, Axar Patel, Amit Mishra, Avesh Khan, Marcus Stoinis, Shimron Hetmyer, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Praveen Dubey, Lalit Yadav, Chris Woakes, Steven Smith, Umesh Yadav, Ripal Patel, Vishnu Vinod, Lukman Meriwala, M Siddharth, Tom Curran, Sam Billings.

IPL 2021, Match 7: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals (RR vs DC) – Predicted XI

Rajasthan Royals (RR): Jos Buttler (wk), Manan Vohra, Riyan Parag, Sanju Samson (C), David Miller, Rahul Tewatia, Shivam Dube, Chris Morris, Shreyas Gopal, Chetan Sakariya, Andrew Tye

Delhi Capitals (DC): Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (C/wk), Marcus Stoinis, Shimron Hetmyer, Ravichandran Ashwin, Chris Woakes, Tom Curran, Amit Mishra, Avesh Khan.

IPL 2021, Match 7: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals (RR vs DC) – Fantasy Cricket Tips

Rajasthan Royals (RR)

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In their IPL 2021 opening match, most of the bowlers failed to handle Punjab Kings (PBKS) batsmen. Only Chetan Sakariya got three wickets (3/31) while the most expensive cricketer in IPL Auction history South African cricketer Chris Morris had bowling figures of 4-0-41-2.

Among the Rajasthan Royals batsmen, only captain Sanju Samson crossed the 30-run mark as he became the first cricketer to score a century on IPL captaincy debut. He scored 119 off 63 balls (12 fours and 7 sixes) but just failed to secure the victory due to lack of support. Jos Buttler (25 runs off 13 balls), Shivam Dube (23 runs off 15 balls) and Riyan Parag (25 runs off 11 balls) played some good cameos but failed to play bigger innings.

Delhi Capitals (DC)

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In their first match of the IPL 2021, Delhi Capitals bowlers Chris Woakes and Avesh Khan bowled really well as they finished with bowling figures of 3-0-18-2 and 4-0-23-2 respectively.

In the 189 runs chasing, openers Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw provided a strong start with 138 runs opening partnership. Shaw scored 72 off just 38 balls (9 fours and 3 sixes) and Dhawan scored 85 off 54 balls (10 fours and 2 sixes) as their batting performances were enough to end any chance for their oppositions, Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Shikhar Dhawan, Sanju Samson

Vice-captain – Chris Morris, Chris Woakes, Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw

Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (1):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Sanju Samson, Rishabh Pant

Batsmen – Shikhar Dhawan (C), Prithvi Shaw, Riyan Parag

All-rounder(s) – Chris Woakes, Chris Morris (vc), Marcus Stoinis

Bowlers – Ravichandran Ashwin, Avesh Khan, Chetan Sakariya

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Suggested Playing XI for Fantasy Cricket (2):

Wicket-keeper(s) – Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson (C), Rishabh Pant

Batsmen – Shikhar Dhawan, Manan Vohra, Prithvi Shaw

All-rounder(s) – Chris Woakes (vc), Chris Morris

Bowlers – Amit Mishra, Avesh Khan, Chetan Sakariya

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IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Highlights, Twitter Reactions

Securing their second consecutive IPL trophy, Mumbai Indians (MI) won their fifth overall IPL trophy after comfortably beating the first-time IPL finalists Delhi Capitals (DC) in the final of the IPL 2020 at Dubai International Cricket Stadium (Dubai).

Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer chose to bat first after winning the toss. They managed to score 156/7 at the end of first 20 overs of the match. In reply, the defending champions chased down that target in 18.4 overs after losing five wickets.

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) – Highlights

Mumbai Indians (MI) innings

The Mumbai Indians openers, skipper Rohit Sharma and wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock provided a firing start as they put 45 runs partnership for the opening wicket before Marcus Stoinis dismissed De Kock for 20 runs (12 balls; 3 fours and only six) in the 5th over of that innings.

After that blow, Rohit and the next batsman Suryakumar Yadav maintained that momentum. They set up another 45 runs partnership for the second wicket but a misunderstanding in the 11th over costed their partnership as Suryakumar gifted his wicket to save his captain. Before that run-out dismissal, Suryakumar scored 19 runs off 20 balls (only four and only six).

In the next over of that run-out, Rohit completed his fifty in 36 balls. Rohit and Ishan Kishan then produced another 47 runs partnership for the third wicket.

Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, MI vs DC, highlights, Twitter ReactionsRohit Sharma (Image Credit: IPL)

After scoring 68 off 51 balls, skipper Rohit was dismissed in the 17th over as substitute Lalit Yadav grabbed a sensational catch at deep mid-wicket. In the next over, Kagiso Rabada bowled Kieron Pollard for nine runs. But it was too late for the first time IPL finalists.

Anrich Nortje took one more wicket as he dismissed Hardik Pandya (3) when the scoreline was tied. But on the very next ball, Mumbai Indians secured the record fifth IPL title with a single. Ishan Kishan remained not out on 33 runs off 19 balls (3 fours and only six).

Scorecard:

Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, MI vs DC, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, MI vs DC, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Delhi Capitals (DC) innings

On the very first delivery of the match, Trent Boult dismissed the opener Marcus Stoinis for a golden duck. In his next over, Boult dismissed Ajinkya Rahane for just 2 runs. Off-spinner Jayant Yadav came to bowl in the fourth over and he bowled the other opener Shikhar Dhawan for 15 runs as Delhi Capitals were struggling on 22/3.

Captain Shreyas Iyer and wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant then handled the situation with a strong fourth-wicket partnership that brought them back into the game. Their batting helped the first-time IPL finalists to cross the 100-run mark comfortably.

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They built up the brilliant 96 runs partnership for the fourth wicket, where Pant completed his fifty in 35 balls. Nathan Coulter-Nile finally broke that partnership in the 15th over as the Aussie pacer dismissed Pant for 56 runs off 38 balls (4 fours and 2 sixes).

Since then, skipper Iyer fought hard to grow up that first innings total but he didn’t get enough support from the other end. Iyer reached the fifty-run mark in 40 balls. At the end of that innings, he remained not out on 65 runs off 50 balls (6 fours and 2 sixes).

Mumbai Indians bowlers were disciplined in the early powerplay and the death overs. While Trent Boult had the bowling figures of 4-0-30-3, Nathan Coulter-Nile managed the bowling figures of 4-0-29-2.

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Scorecard:

Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, MI vs DC, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, MI vs DC, highlights, Twitter Reactions

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) – Twitter Reactions

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IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Toss Report

Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians (MI) and Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Capitals (DC) are ready to play for the last time in the IPL 2020 as they are appearing in the IPL 2020 final at Dubai International Cricket Stadium (Dubai).

At the end of the league stage in the IPL 2020, while the defending champions Mumbai Indians finished on top of the points table with 18 points (9 wins and 5 loses), Delhi Capitals finished in the second position in the same points table with 16 points (8 wins and 6 loses).

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While the Mumbai franchise confirmed their IPL 2020 final spot by winning the Qualifier 1, Delhi franchise beat SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the Qualifier 2 to secure their spot in the ongoing IPL 2020 final.

The record four-time IPL winners Mumbai Indians are playing their sixth IPL final while it is the first IPL final appearance for the Delhi franchise.

It is their fourth meeting in the ongoing IPL 2020. Before this meeting, Mumbai Indians won all the three matches against Delhi Capitals in this season as they beat them by 5 wickets and 9 wickets in the league stages and 57 runs in the Qualifier 1.

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IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) – Toss Report

Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer won the toss and decided to bat first. They have maintained their last winning combination. 

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Iyer said, “We’ll bat. It really worked out pretty well in the last game. When you have a really good total on the board the bowling gets a lot of confidence. We’ve seen it through the tournament and in a big final runs on the board helps The wicket also looks amazing to bat on. They have been champions through the years and even the way they’ve been playing this season. We have nothing to lose, we havr to embrace it and have no regrets at the end of it. The team atmosphere is really motivated, we are in a good mood and have to enjoy the day. We are sticking with the same team.”

On the other hand, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma confirmed their only alteration in the playing XI as Jayant Yadav replaced Rahul Chahar.

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Rohit said, “To be really honest I was very confused, so don’t mind losing the toss. It is going to be a good track, it doesn’t change much. We have to bowl aggressively at the start and then see how it goes. It feels nice to be part of another final. It is going to be a cracker of a game. The past doesn’t matter, it is a fresh day, a fresh game and the pressure of this final will be different. But the guys have been in these pressure situations before, they understand the pressure of finals and yes, we have just got to treat this as another game.

“Hopefully we can execute what we’ve discussed on the field. Everyone’s fit, but just one chance — Rahul Chahar misses out and Jayant Yadav comes in. Just a tactical move considering the amount of left-handers they have in the side. Rahul has been bowling really well for us so sad to leave him out, but Jayant is a quality bowler as well.”

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) – Playing XIs

Delhi Capitals (DC): Marcus Stoinis, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer (C), Shimron Hetmyer, Rishabh Pant (wk), Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kagiso Rabada, Praveen Dubey, Anrich Nortje

Mumbai Indians (MI): Quinton de Kock (wk), Rohit Sharma (C), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Jayant Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah

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Sanjay Bangar: Delhi Should Stick To Core Players Irrespective Of IPL Win

Sanjay Bangar, former Indian cricketer and batting coach said that Delhi Capitals (DC) should stick to its core players irrespective of the Indian Premier League (IPL) title as they face 4-time IPL winners Mumbai Indians.

Delhi Capitals have qualified for the first time in the tournament’s final and will face Mumbai Indians tonight at Dubai International Stadium to win their maiden title.

Sanjay Bangar
Sanjay Bangar

Delhi Capitals Have Consistent Performers Unlike Previous Editions

Batsman Shikhar Dhawan is the top-scorer for the Delhi side with 603 runs while Kagiso Rabada is leading among bowlers with 29 wickets in 16 matches averaging 17.79. Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin with 13 wickets, a consistent performer for the side this season, was not initially included in the squad and he was traded later in 2020. Shikhar Dhawan was also traded in 2019.

Shreyas Iyer-led side has now a great bunch of players with wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant, pacer Kagiso Rabada, all-rounder spinner Axar Patel, pacer Anrich Nortje and all-rounder Marcus Stoinis in the squad. Under the mentorship of head coach Ricky Ponting, the side has performed better in the last two years.

Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan

Although there were injuries with Amit Mishra and Ishant Sharma ruled out, Delhi won 8 of 14 matches in the group stage and Qualifier 2 against SunRisers Hyderabad to progress into final. MI have won the IPL four times (2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019). The Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai had defeated Delhi in Qualifier 1 to progress to the finals, while DC outclassed SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in Qualifier 2 to enter the finals. Delhi Capitals though may release out of form Prithvi Shaw, Ajinkya Rahane and Tushar Deshpande before IPL 2021.

Sanjay Bangar: Delhi Must Be Careful And Should Stick To Performers

Delhi Capitals were placed 3rd in the last 2019 season when they lost to Chennai Super Kings by 6 wickets in Qualifier 2. Sanjay Bangar has a word of caution and said Delhi should have faith and belief and should retain the same core of players who have performed well. Sanjay Bangar asked Delhi to be careful as they have a fantastic bunch of talented players and should play the same core irrespective of IPL trophy win.

Speaking on Star Sports show ‘Cricket Connected’, Bangar said: “You can have that sort of element of luck when players are picked in the auction. When players are traded, it means that there is a clear strategy from the team releasing the player and from the team which is acquiring the player as to what sort of a role that particular player has to play.”

“In the auction, you do not know if you would get the player you would want, but in a transfer, you do have that sort of control over which player you would want to have. So, from that perspective, yes, what they have tried to do is that they have tried to separate their team compositions in three different departments – one is they want to have overseas fast bowling, they want to have Indian spinners and they want to have Indian batsmen.”

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Marcus Stoinis With Kagiso Rabada
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“Delhi have to be careful, they have a fantastic bunch of talented players and they should stick to them, irrespective if they win the championship or do not because they are coming close to it, it’s not far away. If they continue to show the same faith and belief in the players that they have, I feel the championship is just around the corner for them,” he added.

They had Trent Boult, Chris Morris, Colin Ingram, Colin Munro, Rahul Tewatia and Jalaj Saxena in 2019 but released them and acquired exciting prospects like Shimron Hetmyer, Anrich Nortje, Daniel Sams and Marcus Stoinis.

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IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview

On Tuesday (10th November) evening, Mumbai Indians (MI) will take on Delhi Capitals (DC) at Dubai International Cricket Stadium (Dubai) in the final of the IPL 2020.

At the end of the league stage in the IPL 2020, while Mumbai Indians were on top position with 18 points, Delhi Capitals were in the second position with 16 points.

Mumbai Indians qualified for the IPL 2020 final after beating Delhi Capitals in the Qualifier 1 of this tournament. Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals beat SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the Qualifier 2 to qualify for the final of the IPL 2020.

Also Read: IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Head To Head Records

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC) – Stats Preview

Teams’ forms in IPL 2020

Recent results (in last 5 matches)

MI (oldest to latest) – Lost, Won, Won, Lost and Won

DC (oldest to latest) – Lost, Lost, Won, Lost and Won

Men-in-form

Stats MI DC
Top run-scorers Ishan Kishan (483 runs) Shikhar Dhawan (603 runs)
Quinton de Kock (483 runs) Shreyas Iyer (454 runs)
Suryakumar Yadav (461 runs) Marcus Stoinis (352 runs)
Top wicket-takers Jasprit Bumrah (27 wickets) Kagiso Rabada (29 wickets)
Trent Boult (22 wickets) Anrich Nortje (20 wickets)
Rahul Chahar (15 wickets) Ravichandran Ashwin (13 wickets)

 

Records of MI and DC in the UAE

Team Matches Won Lost Tied (W/L) No Result
MI 20 10 8 2 (0/2) 0
DC 21 10 10 1 (1/0) 0

 

Records of MI and DC at Dubai International Cricket Stadium (Dubai)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied (W/L) No Result
MI 7 2 3 2 (0/2) 0
DC 10 4 5 1 (1/0) 0

 

Records of MI and DC in the IPL final

Team Matches Won Lost Tied (W/L) No Result
MI 5 4 1 0 (0/0) 0
DC

 

Crucial personal stats

Mumbai Indians (MI)

Rohit Sharma

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i) It will be Rohit Sharma’s 200th IPL match. After MS Dhoni (204 IPL matches), Rohit will become the second cricketer to play 200 IPL matches.

ii) Rohit Sharma has scored 3992 IPL runs for Mumbai Indians. Scoring 8 more runs, Rohit Sharma will become the first Mumbai Indians batsman to score 4000 IPL runs for this team.

iii) Rohit Sharma (8906 runs) is 94 runs away to complete his 9000 T20 runs. After Virat Kohli (9366 runs), Rohit will become the second Indian to score 9000 T20 runs.

Krunal Pandya

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview 2i) Krunal Pandya (999 runs) is only one run away to complete his 1000 runs for Mumbai Indians. After Quinton de Kock (1012 runs), Krunal will be the second left-handed batsman to score 1000 runs for this team.

Jasprit Bumrah

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview 3i) With two more wickets, Jasprit Bumrah (27 wickets) will become the most wicket-taker as a Mumbai Indians bowler in an IPL season. Only Lasith Malinga managed to grab more wickets in an IPL season as he took 28 wickets in IPL 2011.

Delhi Capitals (DC)

Kagiso Rabada

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview 4i) South African pacer Kagiso Rabada has already taken 29 wickets in the IPL 2020. Only Dwayne Bravo managed to take more wickets in an IPL season as the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) medium-pacer took 32 wickets in IPL 2013.

Ravichandran Ashwin

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview 5i) The Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has picked up 248 wickets in his T20 career. With two more wickets, he will become the third Indian bowler to pick up 250 T20 wickets. Only the Indian leg-spinners Piyush Chawla (257 wickets) and Amit Mishra (256 wickets) have managed to claim 250 T20 wickets.

Shreyas Iyer

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview 6i) Shreyas Iyer (2135 runs) is 40 runs away to surpass Virender Sehwag (2174 IPL runs) and become the most IPL run-scorer for Delhi Capitals.

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IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Head To Head Records

In the final of the IPL 2020, the defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) will face Delhi Capitals (DC) at Dubai International Cricket Stadium (Dubai) on Tuesday (10th November) evening. Talking about their head to head records, Mumbai Indians are currently dominating against Delhi Capitals.

At the end of the league stage of the IPL 2020, both teams finished in the top two positions in the points table. While Mumbai Indians finished on top of the points table with 18 points (9 wins and 5 loses), Delhi Capitals were in the next position with 16 points (8 wins and 6 loses).

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Also Read: IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Stats Preview

Head to head records between Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC)

Stats Matches MI Won DC Won Tied No Result
Overall 27 15 12 0 0
In IPL 27 15 12 0 0
Playoffs/Knock-Out Stages 1 1 0 0 0
Outside India 6 3 3 0 0
In UAE 4 3 1 0 0
At Dubai 2 2 0 0 0
In last 5 matches 5 4 1 0 0

 

IPL 2020

(League Stage)

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Head To Head Records 8Match 27 (at Abu Dhabi on 11th October 2020): Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer decided to bat first after winning the toss. While DC scored 162/4 (20 overs) in the first innings, MI chased down that target in 19.4 overs after losing five wickets as MI won that match by 5 wickets.

Match 51 (at Dubai, DSC on 31st October 2020): In the absence of Rohit Sharma, the stand-in Mumbai Indians captain Kieron Pollard won the toss and chose to field first. While DC only managed to score 110/9 (20 overs) in the first innings, MI chased down the target in 14.2 overs after losing only one wicket as they won that match by 9 wickets.

(Playoffs)

IPL 2020, Final: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC) – Head To Head Records 9Qualifier 1 (at Dubai, DSC on 5th November 2020): Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer chose to field first after winning the toss. After MI scored 200/5 (20 overs) in the first innings, DC replied with 143/8 as MI won that match by 57 runs.

  • Streaks running: Mumbai Indians are presently running with the 4-match winning streak against Delhi Capitals. Last time, Delhi Capitals won against this side during the 3rd match of the IPL 2019 at Mumbai on 24th March 2019, where the Delhi franchise won by 37 runs.

Head to head records between Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC): 1st innings vs 2nd innings

Innings MI Won DC Won
1st innings 11 5
2nd innings 4 7

 

Important stats between Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC)

(Teams’ stats)

Stats MI (vs DC) DC (vs MI)
Highest total 218/7 (20 overs) at Delhi on 17th March 2010 213/6 (20 overs) at Mumbai on 24th March 2019
Lowest completed total 92 (19.2 overs) at Mumbai on 16th April 2012 66 (13.4 overs) at Delhi on 6th May 2017
Largest victory (by runs) 146 runs at Delhi on 6th May 2017 37 runs for thrice
Largest victory (by wickets) 9 wickets at Dubai (DSC) on 31st October 2020 9 wickets at Delhi on 21st April 2013

 

(Top players’ stats)

Stats MI (vs DC) DC (vs MI)
Highest individual score 86 by Dinesh Karthik (at Mumbai on 9th April 2013) and Krunal Pandya (at Visakhapatnam on 15th May 2016) 95* by Virender Sehwag at Delhi on 21st April 2013
Best bowling figures 5/13 by Lasith Malinga at Delhi on 10th April 2011 4/36 by Yo Mahesh at Delhi on 24th May 2008
Most runs scored 565 runs by Rohit Sharma 375 runs by Virender Sehwag
Most wickets 22 wickets by Lasith Malinga 15 wickets by Amit Mishra

 

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IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Statistical Highlights

In the Qualifier 2 of the IPL 2020, Delhi Capitals (DC) beat SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 17 runs at Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi) and advanced to the final of this tournament.

DC captain Shreyas Iyer chose to field first after winning the toss. While they scored 189/3 (20 overs) in the first innings, SRH replied with 172/8 (20 overs).

Brief Scores: DC – 189/3 in 20 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 78, Shimron Hetmyer 42*; Rashid Khan 1/26)

SRH – 172/8 in 20 overs (Kane Williamson 67, Abdul Samad 33; Kagiso Rabada 4/29)

The Result – Delhi Capitals won by 17 runs.  

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Statistical Highlights

(Teams’ stats)

Delhi Capitals (DC)

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Statistical Highlights 10i) Delhi Capitals qualified for the final of the IPL 2020.

  • It is the first time when the Delhi franchise has qualified in the IPL final. In fact, it will be their maiden final appearance in any tournament.

(Players’ stats)

Delhi Capitals (DC)

Shikhar Dhawan

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Statistical Highlights 11i) Shikhar Dhawan scored 78 runs.

  • It was the third-highest individual score for a Delhi Capitals batsman against SunRisers Hyderabad. The top two records in this list are 128 not out by Rishabh Pant (at Delhi on 10th May 2018) and 83 not out by Karun Nair (at Raipur on 20th May 2016).

ii) Shikhar Dhawan has scored 603 runs in the ongoing IPL 2020.

  • Shikhar Dhawan becomes the second Delhi Capitals batsman to score 600+ runs in an IPL season. Rishabh Pant was the first batsman to achieve this feat as he scored 684 runs for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2018.
  • Shikhar Dhawan becomes the second batsman to score 600+ runs in the IPL 2020. Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) captain KL Rahul is leading the table of most run-scorer in IPL 2020 as he is holding the Orange Cap by scoring 670 runs.

iii) Shikhar Dhawan has scored 5182 IPL runs.

  • Surpassing Rohit Sharma (5162 runs), Shikhar Dhawan became the fourth most run-scorer in IPL history.

Kagiso Rabada

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Statistical Highlights 12i) Kagiso Rabada has taken 29 wickets in the IPL 2020.

  • It is the most wickets for a Delhi Capitals bowler in an IPL season. Their previous record was 25 wickets by Morne Morkel (IPL 2019) and Kagiso Rabada (IPL 2012).
  • It is the second most wickets for a bowler in an IPL season. The record is 32 wickets by Dwayne Bravo (Chennai Super Kings) in IPL 2013.
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IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Highlights, Twitter Reactions

Delhi Capitals (DC) reached the Indian Premier League (IPL) final for the first time after beating SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi) in the Qualifier 2 of the IPL 2020.

Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer chose to bat first after winning the toss. They scored 189/3 (20 overs) at the end of the first 20 overs. Later, they restricted SRH to 172/8 (20 overs) as Delhi Capitals won that match by 17 runs.

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Highlights

SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) innings

On the first ball of the second over of the innings, captain and opener David Warner was bowled by Kagiso Rabada for just 2 runs. Though another opener Priyam Garg (17 off 12 balls) and Manish Pandey (21 off 14 balls started their batting in that powerplay in the speedy ways, both of them were dismissed in the fifth over as Marcus Stonis took those wickets.

Then Kane Williamson and Jason Holder put the 46 runs partnership for the fourth wicket but Holder lost his wicket for just 11 runs as Axar Patel took that wicket.

Williamson and Abdul Samad then controlled the innings and set up the 57 runs partnership for the fifth wicket. Williamson completed his fifty in 35 balls. While the Kiwi star was batting in a dangerous way, Stoinis took that wicket in 17th over as Williamson was dismissed after scoring 67 runs off 45 balls (5 fours and 4 sixes).

Kane Williamson, Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions
Kane Williamson (Image Credit: IPL)

Later, in the 19th over, Kagiso Rabada secured the victory path for Delhi Capitals after picking up three wickets in three successive legal deliveries (delivered one wide ball between those moments). Abdul Samad scored 33 off 16 balls before Rabada took his wicket in the 19th over.

Among the Delhi Capitals bowlers, Kagiso Rabada (4/29) got four wickets and Marcus Stoinis (3/26) bagged three wickets.

Also Read: IPL 2020 – Most Wicket Takers (Purple Cap)

Scorecard: Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Delhi Capitals (DC) innings

The openers Marcus Stoinis and Shikhar Dhawan provided a strong start for Delhi Capitals. Batting strongly, they set up the total of 65/0 at the end of the powerplay. They stretched that opening partnership to 86 runs before Stoinis was bowled by Rashid Khan for 38 runs off 27 balls (5 fours and only six).

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions
Marcus Stoinis and Shikhar Dhawan (Image Credit: IPL)

Then Dhawan and captain Shreyas Iyer put the 40 runs partnership for the second wicket. During that partnership, Dhawan completed his fifty in 26 balls with an over-boundary. While Dhawan continued his strong batting performance after completing his fifty, skipper Iyer lost his wicket in the 14th over after Jason Holder dismissed him for 21 runs off 20 balls (only four).

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions
Shikhar Dhawan (Image Credit: IPL)

Also Read: IPL 2020 – Most Run-Scorers (Orange Cap)

Then Dhawan and Shimron Hetmyer built up the 52 runs partnership for the third wicket. In the 19th over, Sandeep Sharma finally dismissed Dhawan, who scored 78 runs off 50 balls (6 fours and 2 sixes). Hetmyer played a firing knock as he remained not out on 42 runs off 22 balls (4 fours and only six).

Scorecard:

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, highlights, Twitter Reactions

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Twitter Reactions

David Warner and Shreyas Iyer (Image Credit: IPL)
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IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Toss Report

In the Qualifier 2 of the IPL 2020, Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Capitals (DC) are facing David Warner-led SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi). The winner of this match will face the defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) in the final of this tournament on Tuesday (10th November) evening at Dubai.

At the end of the league stage in the IPL 2020, Delhi Capitals finished in the second position in the points table with 16 points and SunRisers Hyderabad finished in the third position in the same points table with 14 points.

In the early playoffs of the IPL 2020, Delhi Capitals suffered a 57-run defeat in the Qualifier 1 match against Mumbai Indians (MI) while SunRisers Hyderabad claimed a 6-wicket victory against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Eliminator.

It is the third meeting between Delhi Capitals and SunRisers Hyderabad in the ongoing IPL 2020. SRH won both the previous matches of this season against DC.

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, toss, Qualifier 2
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IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Toss Report

Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer won the toss and decided to bat first. They made two changes in the playing XI as Shimron Hetmyer and Praveen Dubey have replaced Daniel Sams and Prithvi Shaw.

Shreyas Iyer, Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, toss, Qualifier 2Shreyas Iyer (Image Credit: Google)

Iyer said, “We had two outings against SRH and I think this is a better outfield to bat against them. Putting on a good total would be a responsibility, and it’s a good surface too. You have to take the positives, and do the homework right and I think we have done that well. Rashid is an amazing bowler who can change the game. We have to be aware of him and play smartly. Pravin Dube and Hetmyer come in. It’s important to keep things simple, and it’s only a matter of executing our plan today.”

On the other hand, SunRisers Hyderabad captain David Warner confirmed that they have maintained their last winning combination.

Delhi Capitals, SRH, DC vs SRH, toss, Qualifier 2
David Warner (Image Credit: IPL)

Warner said, “We would have bowled first, so happy with the toss. You can see a few indentations on the pitch too and hopefully we can take some early wickets in the powerplay. We are supposed to win close games, and that was a kick in the backside to perform and we have performed well since then. Everyone knows their roles in the team. It’s a new wicket, new game, different kind of pressure. We have no changes, Wriddhiman Saha has a hamstring tear, so we’re playing the same team as the last game.”

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Playing XIs

Delhi Capitals (DC): Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer (C), Rishabh Pant (wk), Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Praveen Dubey, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje

SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH): David Warner (C), Shreevats Goswami (wk), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, Thangarasu Natarajan

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IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Stats Preview

On Sunday (8th November) evening, Delhi Capitals (DC) will face SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi) in the Qualifier 2 of the IPL 2020.

While Delhi Capitals finished in the second position in the IPL 2020 points table with 16 points, SunRisers Hyderabad finished in the third position in the same points table with 14 points.

But in the early playoffs of the IPL 2020, while Delhi Capitals lost the Qualifier 1 match against the reigning champions Mumbai Indians (MI) by 57 runs, SunRisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 6 wickets in the Eliminator.

On the other hand, DC and SRH have already met twice in this season and SRH won both those matches by 15 runs and 88 runs respectively.

Also Read: IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Head To Head Records

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals vs SunRisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH) – Stats Preview

Teams’ forms in IPL 2020

Recent results (in last 5 matches)

DC (oldest to latest) – Lost, Lost, Lost, Won and Lost

SRH (oldest to latest) – Lost, Won, Won, Won and Won

Men-in-form

Stats DC SRH
Top run-scorers Shikhar Dhawan (525 runs) David Warner (546 runs)
Shreyas Iyer (433 runs) Manish Pandey (404 runs)
Marcus Stoinis (314 runs) Jonny Bairstow (345 runs)
Top wicket-takers Kagiso Rabada (25 wickets) Rashid Khan (19 wickets)
Anrich Nortje (20 wickets) Thangarasu Natarajan (16 wickets)
Ravichandran Ashwin (13 wickets) Jason Holder (13 wickets)

 

Records of DC and SRH in UAE

Team Matches Won Lost Tied (W/L) No Result
DC 20 9 10 1 (1/0) 0
SRH 20 10 9 1 (0/1) 0

 

Records of DC and SRH at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium (Abu Dhabi)

Team Matches Won Lost Tied (W/L) No Result
DC 5 1 4 0 (0/0) 0
SRH 5 2 2 1 (0/1) 0

 

Crucial personal stats

Delhi Capitals (DC)

Ravichandran Ashwin

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) - Stats Preview 13i) Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (248 wickets) is two wickets away to complete his 250 T20 wickets. After Piyush Chawla (257 wickets) and Amit Mishra (256 wickets), Ashwin will become the third Indian bowlers to take 250 T20 wickets.

Shreyas Iyer

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) - Stats Preview 14i) Shreyas Iyer has scored 2114 runs for Delhi Capitals. Adding 61 more runs, Iyer will surpass Virender Sehwag (2174 IPL runs) and become the most IPL run-scorer for this team.

ii) Shreyas Iyer (81 sixes) is five sixes away to surpass Virender Sehwag (85 IPL sixes) and become the second most IPL six-hitter for Delhi Capitals. Rishabh Pant is leading this table with 101 IPL sixes for this team.

iii) With two more catches, Shreyas Iyer (28 catches) will become the most catch taker for Delhi Capitals in IPL history by surpassing Virender Sehwag (29 IPL catches).

Kagiso Rabada

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) - Stats Preview 15i) While Kagiso Rabada has already taken 25 wickets in IPL 2020, he is one wicket away to become the most wicket-taker for Delhi Capitals in an IPL season. Earlier, Morne Morkel and Kagiso Rabada picked up 25 wickets each for this team during IPL 2012 and IPL 2019 respectively.

SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH)

David Warner

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) - Stats Preview 16i) David Warner has already hit 195 IPL sixes. The left-handed batsman is five sixes away to complete his 200 IPL sixes. He will be the sixth batsman to hit 200 IPL sixes. Meanwhile, after Chris Gayle (349 sixes) and AB de Villiers (235 sixes), Warner can be the third overseas cricketer to hit 200 IPL sixes.

Rashid Khan

IPL 2020, Qualifier 2: Delhi Capitals (DC) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) - Stats Preview 17i) The leg-spinner Rashid Khan has already taken 19 wickets in this IPL 2020. As a SunRisers Hyderabad spinner, only Amit Mishra and Rashid Khan managed to pick up more wickets in an IPL season as both took 21 wickets in 2013 and 2018 editions respectively. With three more wickets, Rashid will create a new record for SRH in the list of most wickets as a spinner in an IPL edition.

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