Delhi Capitals, runners-up to the UAE version IPL, has a decent start to IPL 2021 so far with four wins in six games to finish third in the table. The two-time Kolkata Knight Riders champions have their problems as usual, leading to their four defeats in six games this season to leave them in the bottom half of the table.
For Delhi, the attacking opening players along with newcomer Avesh Khan and bowling veteran Amit Mishra helped secure the four wins. But their middle-class beating remains a problem. Shimron Hetmeierhowever, it showed flashes of its old version in the previous game, where DC lost by just one performance.
For Kolkata, their opening devices failed to make the dashboard a tactic. Nitish Rana, who scored a consecutive half-century at the start of the season, returned with just 49 runs over the next four, while Shubman Gil has collected only 89 tracks for six innings. However, they showed some positive points in their first game in Ahmedabad, which includes Eoin Morganshape and speed finally make an impact.
While the two sides meet, let’s look at DC vs. KKR Dream11 Prediction, IPL 2021 Fantasy Tips, Delhi Capitals vs. Kolkata Knight Riders Dream11 Prediction.
Wicketkeeper: Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Kartik
So far, Pant has two shots – 51 against 32 against Rajasthan Royals and 37 out of 27 against Sunrisers Hyderabad. In the previous game, against Royal Challengers Bangalore, Pant swelled and swelled to score 58 out of 48. In total, he managed to make 183 runs this season with a hit speed of 128 and an average of 45.8, but he looks more improved than ever with better off-game play and improved lower hand strikes. Dinesh Karthik is an effective finalist for KKR, scoring 109 tracks in six games in a strike of 138
Dhawan and Shaw were in form this year, inspiring the country in all their victories, while Hetmyer, after a quiet start to IPL 2021, imploded with 25 balls 53, tied four sixes and two frontiers against RCB. From KKR, Rahul Tripathi is the only follower in the fight this season, scoring 168 tracks in six games in a strike of 138.8.
Universal: Andre Russell
So far, Russell has had a rotating IPL curve. He picked six wickets in the first two games, which included a shot when he was pretty bat, and scored 104 58-pointers at an impact speed of nearly 180 over the next four games.
Ishant, in his first game of the season, finished 1 to 26 against RCB and had an economy rate of 6.85 in PowerPlay when the IPL was last held in India in 2019. Avesh Khan was superior this season with 12 wickett in six games at 13.4 and a hit rate of just 11.