IPL 2020 Highlights, DC vs SRH, Qualifier 2: Kagiso Rabada and Marcus Stoinis were among the wickets after Shikhar Dhawan top-scored with 78 as Delhi Capitals registered a comprehensive 17-run win against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi. This victory guided them to maiden Indian Premier League finale. After opting to bat first, DC posted 189 for 9. Stoinis scored 38 off 27 while Shimron Hetmyer remained unbeaten on 42 off 22 deliveries. In reply, SRH were restricted for 172 for 8 as Rabada returned with magical figures of 4/29 and Stoinis claiming three scalps, including the game-changing wicket of Kane Williamson. Delhi Capitals will now square off against Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2020 final on Tuesday in Dubai.
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Delhi Capitals into the finals
Anrich Nortje conceded just 4 runs off the final over, restricting Sunrisers Hyderabad to 172/8. Delhi Capitals win by 17 runs and peep into the IPL final for the first time.
IPL 2020 Live Score | 19 overs gone, SRH need 21 off 6 balls
Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 168 runs by the end of 19 overs, at a loss of 8 wickets. They need 21 runs off the last six balls to win this game.
Kagsio Rabada takes three wickets in an over
Rabada comes into the attack and destroys the Sunrisers Hopes by claiming three wickets in the penultimate over. Abdul Samad (33), Rashid Khan (11) and Shreevats Goswami (0) – the three victims of Rabada who made the way easier for Delhi Capitals.
Ashwin to Rashid Khan – SIX, FOUR
Rashid Khan getting into the grove to finish the chase. Back to back big shots – a maximum over long-on and then a boundary through the off-side – to ease of the pressure after Williamson’s wicket.
Stoinis to Williamson – OUT
Stoinis has certainly got the big fish. Kane Williamson departs for 67, leaving the SRH in tatters. Full and wide, Williamson lofts it over covers. Turns out to be a powerless shot and he ends up getting caught by Rabada at sweeper cover. SRH – 147/5 after 16.5 overs.
Stoinis to Williamson – FOUR
Williamson is playing one hell of a knock tonight in Abu Dhabi. Piercing the filed set-up so easily to bring boundaries in a classical fashion. Four more runs to SRH’s scoreboard.
IPL 2020 Live Score | 50-run stand between Williamson & Samad
Fifty-run partnership comes up between Kane Williamson and Abdul Samad for the fifth wicket. SRH are 143/4 and need 47 runs off 21 balls to win the qualifier 2.
Ashwin to Williamson – FOUR
The game has turned into a Williamson vs Delhi Capitals battle. He is single-handedly leading the chase and taking the game deeper. Another boundary to his credit, inching slowly and steadily towards victory.
15 overs gone, SRH – 129/4
Sunrisers Hyderabad posted 129 runs in 15 overs, after losing 4 wickets. They still need 61 runs off 30 balls, at a run rate of 12.20 rpo.
IPL 2020 Live Score, DC vs SRH, Qualifier 2 | Stats Alert
Two 50+ scores in IPL play-offs:
Dwayne Smith (2013)
Suresh Raina (2014)
Lendl Simmons (2015)
David Warner (2016)
Shane Watson (2019)
Kane Williamson (2020) *
Nortje to Abdul Samad – SIX, FOUR, FOUR
Abdul Samad joins the party and shows off his muscle power after a long gap. The Kashmiri youngster is dealing in boundaries, that too, against a skilled bowler like Anrich Nortje. Amazing show of batting from Samad at this moment.
IPL 2020 Live Score | 13 overs gone, SRH need 86 to win
Sunrisers Hyderabad still have a long way to go in this chase. Their hopes are alive as long as Kane Williamson is there at the crease. 13 overs are gone and SRH – 104/4
Stoinis to Williamson – SIX
Williamson is playing his game irrespective of the lack of support from the other end. A lower full toss, Williamson shuffles across and swipes it over short fine leg for another maximum.
Axar Patel to Holder – OUT
After a couple of match-winning cameos, Holder departs early in the qualifier 2. He went down the line early, Axar was quick enough to read that and bowled it in. Holder miscues and gets caught at deep midwicket by Praveen Dubey. DC – 90/4 after 11.4 overs.
Axar Patel to Williamson – SIX
Williamson in action – SRH gonna relax until this man is there at the crease. Absolutely amazing shot. Goes down the line, makes room and tonks down the ground for a maximum.
Rabada to Williamson – SIX
Another over in SRH innings and Williamson gets another maximum. That’s how he is anchoring the chase. Length ball, wide. Willaimson gets closer to it and slogs over midwicket for a SIX. SRH – 83/3 after 11 overs.
IPL 2020 Live Score | Stats Alert
Most wickets in a season for DC in IPL
26*- K Rabada ,2020
25- K Rabada ,2019
25- M Morkel, 2012
Dubey to Williamson – SIX
Kane Willamson is keeping the battle alive for SRH with those big shots. Goes down the line, swings his arms and clears the clears long-on boundary.
Axar to Williamson – FOUR
FOUR! Williason brings up a fine boundary amid crunch situation. A faster delivery from Axar, Williamson gets inside the line and sweep through fine leg.
Praveen Dubey bowls a superb over
Praveen Dubey is into the attack to frustrate the under-pressure Sunrisers Hyderabad. The youngster bowled a fine over, conceding just three singles and as any dots. SRH – 55/3 after 8 overs.
IPL 2020 Live Score, DC vs SRH, Qualifier 2
Delhi Capitals scored 49 runs in the powerplay at a loss of three wickets. This is the first time SRH has lost 3 wickets in powerplay overs in IPL 2020.
Nortje to Holder – FOUR
FOUR! Jason Holder brings uop a much-needed boundary. Short and wide, Holder shuffles and plays it through point.
Stoinis to Manish Pandey – OUT!
OUT! Another wicket off the extra ball – due to the wide. Offcutter, Pandey tries to muscle it over the leg-side. Ends up getting caught at mid-on by Anrich Nortje. SRH – 44/3 after 5 overs.
Stoinis to Priyam Garg – BOWLED
BOWLED! Stoinis has got an important wicket. Full, straight half-volley that ran directly through the stumps. Priyam Garg departs for 17.
Stoinis to Manish Pandey – FOUR
FOUR! Manish Pandey gets another boundary. Short, Pandey picks it beautifully and pulls it behind square on one leg.
Nortje to Priyam Garg – SIX
Tinkering the opening pair has indeed worked for both teams. After Marcus did wonders for DC, Priyam Garg is proving it true for SRH. A humongous maximum off Nortje with a hook, over fine leg.
Rabad to Pandey – FOUR!
Pandey off the mark with a boundary, soon after he joins Garg at the centre. A beautiful off drive against a fuller and four runs get added to SRH scoreboard.
IPL 2020 Live Score | Stat Alert
Rabada to Warner in T20s
Rabada to Warner – BOWLED
BOLWED! Rabada strikes right off the first ball of his over and cleans up Warner. The SRH skipper departs for 2. A lethal inswinging Yorker to beat Warner – hitting the pad and then disturbing the stumps. SRH – 12/1 after 1.1 overs
Ashwin to Garg – SIX
SIX! Too soon from the youngster but struck beautifully. Goes down on his knees, slog sweeps and clear the deep midwicket boundary for a maximum.
IPL 2020 Live Score | Priyam Garg, David Warner out to bat
Priyam Garg and David Warner are out to bat for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Ravichandran Ashwin begins the attack for Delhi Capitals.
603 runs for Shikhar Dhawan in IPL 2020
Following a magnificent 78-run ininngs, Shikhar Dhawan goes past David Warner (546) with a total of 603 runs in IPL 2020. For the first time, Dhawan has crossed the 600-run mark in an IPL season.
IPL 2020 Qualifier 2, DC vs SRH Live Score | End of DC innings
7 runs came off the last over as Delhi Capitals finish with 189 for three in 20 overs. SRH need 190 to win.
Most runs conceded by Nadeem in an IPL inns
48/0 vs DC at Abu Dhabi, 2020 (today)
44/0 vs PW at Delhi,2012
43/1 vs KKR at Kolkata,2018
19 overs one, DC – 182/3
T Natarajan brings up the last over. Shimron Hetmyer has the strike and Rishabh Pant stands at the non-striker’s end.
IPL 2020 Live Score | Dhawan departs
Sandeep Sharma ends Dhawan’s fine innings. LBW! Shikhar should have reviewed that. Dhawan attempted the reverse sweep against a quick full toss and misses. The replay shows it hit well outside the line. Dhawan goes after scoring 78, DC – 178/3
Dhawan, Hetmyer trouble Jason Holder
Both the Delhi batters simply ruined that over from Jason Holder. They collectively whacked four boundaries, garnering 18 runs from the 18th over. Holder ends his 4-over spell, conceding 50 runs.
Holder to Hetmyer – FOUR, FOUR
One Caribbean bowls to another and complete entertainment in return. Hetmyer is matching up the tune to bring up some boundaries. Back-to-back boundaries. The second one was dropped by Shahbaz Nadee, actually. But does that even matter now for DC? Not at all.
150-up for Delhi Capitals
The Delhi Capitals bring up 150 runs on the board. They look so confident and fearless like never before. As long as Shikhar Dhawan is there at the crease, DC can hope for a 200-plus total.
Natarajan to Hetmyer – SIX
SIX! Hetmyer you beauty… what an amazing shot this. Hetmyer just nailed that back of a length delivery, clearing the deep cover boundary.
IPL 2020 Live Score, DC vs SRH, Qualifier 2 | Stats Alert
T Natarajan in death overs in IPL 2020
242 runs conceded
15 overs gone, DC – 139/2
The Delhi Capitals have scored 139 runs from 15 overs at a loss of 2 wickets. The credit goes to a rollicking start provided by Stoinis and Dhawan. Five overs more to go, Rashid brings up the 16th.
Nadeem to Hetmyer – FOUR
FOUR! Shimron Hetmyer is back in the line-up and opens up his account with a boundary. Struck so well. Fuller delivery, outside off and lofted cover drive to get four runs.
IPL 2020 Playoffs Live Updates | Shreyas Iyer departs
Jason Holder finally does the job and gets rid of the DC skipper. Iyer falls for 21. Back of a length from Holder and Iyer hits directy towards Manish Pandey at mid-off. DC – 126/2 after 14 overs
PL 2020 Playoffs Live Updates | Stats Alert
Shikhar Dhawan vs Jason Holder
Nadeem to Iyer – FOUR
FOUR! More boundary to DC’s credit. Iyer plays beautiful flick. That could have been saved but two players converged and DC got the prize. Garg coming from deep mid-wicket while Manish Pandey was on long on and rushed to his right. They pulled out in the end to avoid the collision.
Shreyas Iyer vs Sandeep Sharma in IPL
11 overs gone, 100-up for DC
Delhi Capitals notch up three figures after the end of 10 overs. Dhawan is batting strongly on 58 while Shreyas Iyer is unbeaten on 8. DC – 107/1
Shikhar Dhawan gets a fifty:
* 41st half century in IPL
* 1st half century against SRH in IPL
* 6th 50+ score in IPL 2020
IPL 2020 Playoffs, DC vs SRH Live Score
Rashid Khan brings some relief to the SRH camp. He stood out to foil the Delhi Capitals opening stand with a quick leg-break. 4 runs form the 9th over and a wicket, DC – 89/1 after 9 overs.
Rashid to Stoinis: BOWLED
BOWLED! Finally, a breakthrough for SRH. Rashid Khan cleans up Marcus Stoinis for 45. An 88-run opening stand comes to an end. Full quick legbreak, pitches on off bamboozles Stonis completely.
Natarajan to Dhawan – FOUR
The SRH bowlers look helpless against the DC openers. Even Natarajan is getting his Yorkers wrong. Dhawan utilizes the opportunity and slog past midwicket for a fine boundary. DC – 85/0 after 8 overs
Rashid concedes four in overthrow
When everything was going good, an overthrow spoiled the mood. Takes out his frustration with that throw. Dhawan has already completed the second run and Rashid’s overthrow goes past Goswami for a boundary. Six runs to DC.
Rashid Khan vs DC in IPL 2020
29 Sep: 4-0-14-3, in Abu Dhabi
27 Oct: 4-0-7-3, in Dubai
IPL 2020 Playoffs Live Updates | Rashid Khan into attack
As the pacers failed to restrict the DC openers, SRH now introduces Rashid Khan into the attack. The Afghan leggies has been pretty much effective against Delhi Capitals and he will be expected to do some magic here.
Highest PowerPlay score for DC in IPL 2020
65/0 vs SRH at Abu Dhabi (today)*
63/0 vs RCB at Dubai
57/1 vs KKR at Sharjah
Sandeep Sharma to Dhawan – FOUR, FOUR
Dhawan has comeback to his original form and he is showing what is he capable of. He started off slow but now playing with all gun blazing. Another set of consecutive boundaries – first through deep backward point and then towards the fine leg – to keep the DC score board ticking.
IPL 2020 Live Score | 5 overs gone, 50-up for DC
Delhi Capitals seem to have come absolutely prepared for this must-win game. Promoting Stoinis up the order has certainly clicked as the new DC opening duo notched up 50-plus score in just 5 overs. DC – 50/0 after 5 overs.
Sandeep to Dhawan – FOUR, FOUR
Shikhar Dhawan joins the party after Marcus Stoinis’ show. Consecutive boundaries to SRH’s leading pressure. Dhawan has certainly found his mojo back. DC dugout is full of happy faces now.
Holder to Stoinis: FOUR, SIX
One of Sunrisers’ valuable assets – Jason Holder is getting beaten brutally by Marcus Stoinis. The Aussie all-rounder is unstoppable and SRH are yet to find a way to restrict him. Back to back big shots again. 18 from the over, DC – 39/0 after 4 overs.
FOUR, dot, FOUR – Stoinis roars against SRH
Marcus Stoinis turning out to be superb in the top-order. He is belting the SRH bowlers in and out, all over the park. Jason Holder faces the heat this time.
Sandeep Sharma to Stoinis – FOUR, FOUR
Stoinis got the life and whacks immediately. Back to back boundaries of Sandeep Sharma to keep the DC scoreboard moving. The new DC opening pair in action and looks so confident.
Stoinis dropped on 3
There was chance for SRH but put down by Jason Holder at silly mid-on. The ball was swinging in and Stoinis flick towards Holder. The catch is dropped and Stoinis gets a life.
Holder to Dahwan – FOUR
FOUR! Welcome boundary for Delhi Capitals. Shikhar Dhawan goes down the line and whacks a short ball through deep point fence for four.
Brilliant first over from Sandeep Sharma
Sandeep Sharma bowls a tight first over to keep a check on the new DC opening pair. Three singles and as many dots to start with, DC – 3/0 after 1 over
Marcus Stoinis as opener in T20s
Ininngs – 44
Runs – 1500
AVG – 39.47
SR – 126.90
Highest Score – 147*
PL 2020 Playoffs Live Updates | Stoinis, Dhawan out to bat
marcus Stoinis and Shikhar Dhawan are out to bat for Delhi Capitals. Sandeep Sharma begins the attack for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
SRH coach Trevor Bayliss speaks
“The message is pretty much the same to everyone. I don’t think just because you have experience you are not nervous before a big game, being a little nervous is a good sign but to embrace that nervousness and be able to go out and put yourself in a little bit of different spot is what I want. I am not a ranter or a revere,” said SRH head coach Trevor Bayliss ahead of the Qualifier 2.
DC coach Ricky Ponting speaks
“Obviously we started so well. At one stage we were sitting with 7 wins and 2 losses I think. Over the last couple of weeks we have not been able to quite find our best cricket, haven’t been able to put top order partnerships and we have been a little bit off with the execution with the ball. We have talked about those things. They boys have worked hard, hopefully everything falls in place,” said DC head coach Ricky Ponting.
• 157: Average 1st innings score at Abu Dhabi in last 5 matches of IPL 2020 is 157.
• 6/6: The last 6 matches at Abu Dhabi has resulted in favor of team batting 2nd.
• 50%: SRH have won 2 and lost 2 at Abu Dhabi in IPL 2020.
• 1/5: Delhi Capitals have won only 1 out of their 5 matches at Abu Dhabi in the history of IPL.
• 1/7: Delhi has won only 1 out of their 7 matches in playoffs/semis in IPL. Their only win came against SRH in the eliminator of IPL 2019.
• 2/2: SRH have defeated DC in both the league matches of IPL 2020. SRH won both the league matches against DC while defending.
• 2: Ravichandran Ashwin is 2 wickets away from completing 250 wickets in T20s. He will become the 3rd Indian bowler to achieve this feat in T20s after Piyush Chawla and Amit Mishra.
• 3: Anrich Nortje is 3 wickets away from completing 50 wickets in T20s.
• 2: Harshal Patel is 2 wickets away from completing 100 wickets in T20s.
• 4: Ajinkya Rahane is 4 sixes away from completing 100 sixes in T20s.
• 6: Marcus Stoinis is 6 sixes away from completing 100 sixes in T20s.
• 21: Wriddhiman Saha is 21 runs away from completing 2,000 runs in IPL.
• 5: David Warner is 5 sixes from becoming the 6th batsman to hit 200 sixes in IPL after Gayle (349), ABD (235), Dhoni (216), Rohit (209) and Kohli (201).
• 3: With 3 more wickets, Kagiso Rabada can earn the purple cap again in IPL 2020.
o He has 25 wickets in IPL 2020, behind Bumrah with 27 wickets.
• 69: Ajinkya Rahane is 69 runs away from completing 4,000 runs in IPL.
• 1: Prithvi Shaw is 1 four away from completing 100 fours in IPL.
DC vs SRH: Team Changes
Delhi Capitals: Praveen Dubey and Shimron Hetmyer in; Prithvi Shaw, Daniel Sams out
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Same team
DC vs SRH: Playing XIs of both teams
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Playing XI): David Warner(c), Shreevats Goswami(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan
Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Praveen Dubey, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje
David Warner at toss
Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner at toss: “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.”
Shreyas Iyer speaks at toss
DC skipper Shreyas Iyers at toss: “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. It’s important to keep things simple, and it’s only a matter of executing our plan today.”
IPL 2020, DC vs SRH: Toss
Delhi Capitals win toss, opt to bat
“The pitch is right at the center. It’s a good batting surface, but the fast bowlers should enjoy themselves with the new ball. Stats say bat second, but in a knockout game, runs on the board count,” reckons Sunil Gavaskar on Star Sports.
IPL 2020 Live Score, DC vs SRH: head to head stats
Total Matches – 17
DC Win – 6
SRH win – 11
Most Runs (SRH): David Warner – 440 Runs
Most Runs (DC): Rishabh Pant – 392 Runs
Most Wickets (SRH): Rashid Khan – 12 Wickets
Most Wickets (DC): Amit Mishra – 8 Wickets
Highest Individual Score (SRH): 89 By Kane Williamson On Apr 19, 2017
Highest Individual Score (DC): Rishabh Pant – 392 Runs
Sandeep Sharma vs DC batsmen
vs Shreyas Iyer: 8 innings, 3 dismissals
vs Rishabh Pant: 6 innings, 1 dismissal
vs Prithvi Shaw: 2 innings, 0 dismissals
David Warner vs DC bowlers
vs R Ashwin – 9 innings, 92 runs, 3 dismissals
vs Axar Patel – 9 innings, 93 runs, 2 dismissals
vs Kagiso Rabad – 5 innings, 57 runs, 2 dismissals
DC vs SRH Live Score: 25 minutes to toss
What to expect from the Abu Dhabi track?
The eliminator between RCB and SRH saw no dew setting in the second innings. That’s going to be the biggest factor to consider on what to do with the toss.
Underfire Dhawan in IPL knockouts
Shikhar Dhawan has played 14 knockout games so far in the IPL history. He averages only 13.86 with a highest score of 34.
Rashid Khan vs Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020
Balls Bowled – 120
Runs Conceded – 76
Wickets – 10
Boundaries Conceded – 8
Sixes Conceded – 0
Economy – 3.80
DC vs SRH, Qualifier 2 Live Streaming: When and where to watch
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SRH Predicted XI against DC
SRH Predicted XI against MI: David Warner (c), Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Abdul Samad, Jason Holder, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan
DC predicted XI vs SRH
DC predicted XI vs SRH: Ajinkya Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer (c), Shimron Hetmyer, Rishabh Pant (wk), Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, R Ashwin, Anrich Nortje, Kagiso Rabada
IPL 2020 Qualifier 2, DC vs SRH Live Score
Shreyas Iyer vs SRH bowlers
vs Sandeep Sharma – 8 innings, 34 runs, 3 dismissals
vs Rashid Khan – 8 innings, 63 runs, 2 dismissals
Milestones for DC players
* 2: Ravichandran Ashwin is 2 wickets away from completing 250 wickets in T20s
* 3: Anrich Nortje is 3 wickets away from completing 50 wickets in T20s
* 4: Ajinkya Rahane is 4 sixes away from completing 100 sixes in T20s
* 6: Marcus Stoinis is 6 sixes away from completing 100 sixes in T20s
* 1: Prithvi Shaw is 1 four away from completing 100 fours in IPL
Sanjay Bangar hopeful for Dhawan’s comeback
Former Indian batting coach Sanjay Bangar believes that Shikhar Dhawan will find his form back in the SRH clash. He said, “He’s a big match player, ….World Cup, ICC Championship, whenever he is required he has always fired for the team, which he has played for. He knows what is the state, he knows the SunRisers Hyderabad in and out, because he has played for them. He knows how to tackle Rashid Khan and he goes after him. So, I believe, Shikhar Dhawan is going to be a brilliant brilliant player, if Delhi Capitals have to win this game.”
IPL 2020 Live Score | Important stats
157: Average 1st innings score at Abu Dhabi in last 5 matches of IPL 2020 is 157
6/6: The last 6 matches at Abu Dhabi has resulted in favor of team batting 2nd
1/5: Delhi Capitals have won only 1 out of their 5 matches at Abu Dhabi in the history of IPL
2/2: SRH have defeated DC in both the league matches of IPL 2020
Shikhar Dhawan vs DC bowlers
vs Shahbaz Nadeem – 4 innings, 35 runs, 2 dismissals
vs Sandeep Sharma – 7 innings, 57 runs, 1 dismissal
vs Rashid Khan – 2 innings, 8 runs, 1 dismissal
vs Jason Holder – 3 innings, 29 runs, 0 dismissal
Best bowling SR in IPL 2020 (Minimum 20 Overs)
Jaosn Holder – 6 matches, 13 wickets, SR 11.08
Jasprit Bumrah – 14 matches, 27 wickets, SR 12.44
Kagiso Rabada – 15 matches, 25 wickets, SR 14.08
Trent Boult – 14 matches – 22 wickets, SR 14.55
Delhi Capitals in IPL playoffs/semis
2008 (Semi-Final ) – Lost to RR by 105 runs
2009 (Semi-Final ) – Lost to Deccan Chargers by 6 wickets
2012 (Qualifier 1) – Lost to KKR by 18 runs
2012 (Qualifier 2) – Lost to CSK by 86 runs
2019 (Eliminator) – Beat SRH by 2 wickets
2019 (Qualifier 2) – Lost to CSk by 6 wickets
2020 (Qualifier 1) – Lost to MI by 57 runs
IPL 2020 Live Score | Shreyas Iyer after losing Qualifier 1
“I don’t want to speak negatively about the team, but going forward it’s important to come with a strong mindset. It’s never too late, and we’ll see to it that we come back strongly,” said DC skipper Shreyas Iyer after losing the qualifier 1 to Mumbai Indians.
SRH’s X-factor Jason Holder
Jason Holder has been the brilliant addition in the SRH’s bowling unit. He got the entry into the playing XI of SRH on October 22 and since then, no other bowler has taken as much wickets as Holder (13). Also, Holder’s 13 wickets in IPL 2020 has come at the brilliant strike-rate of 11.08. His tally of 13 wickets also includes two 3-wicket hauls from 6 matches in IPL 2020.
DC’s poor record in IPL
Out of 5 games played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Delhi Capitals have only one win in the IPL. Their win against RCB came in the virtual quarter final match against RCB, which decided the position of DC in top 2.
Delhi Capitals at Abu Dhabi in IPL
vs CSK – lost by 93 runs – April 21, 2014
vs SRH – lost by 15 runs – September 29, 2020
vs MI – lost by 5 wickets – October 11, 2020
vs KKR – lost by 59 runs – October 24, 2020
vs RCB – won by 6 wickets – November 2, 2020
DC vs SRH Qualifier 2: The Squads
Let’s have a look at the squads of both teams:
Sunrisers Hyderabad Squad: David Warner(c), Shreevats Goswami(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan, Abhishek Sharma, Wriddhiman Saha, Jonny Bairstow, Vijay Shankar, Khaleel Ahmed, Siddarth Kaul, Mohammad Nabi, Bavanaka Sandeep, Billy Stanlake, Fabian Allen, Virat Singh, Basil Thampi, Sanjay Yadav, Prithvi Raj Yarra
Delhi Capitals Squad: Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Daniel Sams, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Shimron Hetmyer, Harshal Patel, Mohit Sharma, Alex Carey, Tushar Deshpande, Avesh Khan, Praveen Dubey, Sandeep Lamichhane, Keemo Paul, Lalit Yadav
Most wickets in the middle overs in IPL 2020
Rashid Khan – 18
Yuzvendra Chahal – 16
Rahul Chahar – 13
Varun Chakravarthy – 13
Rahul Tewatia – 10
Most three wickets and plus in an innings in IPL 2020
Jasprit Bumrah – 5
Kagiso Rabada- 3
Mohammed Shami- 3
Rashid Khan- 3
IPL 2020 Live Story: Shikhar Dhawan’s ‘Duck’ tales
Shikhar Dhawan is the 4th batsman and first since 2012 to have 4 ducks in an IPL edition. He has 10 ducks in IPL, out of which 4 have come in the playoffs. 3 have come while chasing the target in the 2nd innings of the match. Out of the 19 innings, only 5 times he has played in the 2nd innings of the match, he has 22 runs in 42 balls including 3 ducks, his strike rate is 52.38
Sheikh Zyed Stadium, Abu Dhabi – Venue insights
Highest Team Total: 206/4 By Kings XI Punjab Against Chennai Super Kings in 2014
Lowest Team Total: 70/10 By Royal Challengers Bangalore Against Rajasthan Royals In 2014
Highest Individual Score: 107 By Ben Stokes (Rajasthan Royals) Against Mumbai Indians in 2020
Best Bowling Figures: 5/20ByVarunChakravarthy (KolkataKnightRiders)Against Delhi Capitals in 2020
Highest Partnership: 152 By Sanju Samson And Ben Stokes (Rajasthan Royals) For 3rd Wicket Against Mumbai Indians in 2020.
Win Rate Batting First: 10% (1 Won; 9 Lost)
DC in last 5 matches
vs MI – Lost by 57 runs
vs RCB – Won by 6 wickets
vs MI – Lost by 9 wickets
vs SRH – lost by 88 runs
vs KKR – lost by 59 runs
SRH in last 5 matches
vs RCB – Won by 6 wickets
vs MI – Won by 10 wickets
vs RCB – Won by 5 wickets
vs DC – Won by 88 runs
vs KXIP – Lost by 12 runs
DC vs SRH – Head to head
Total matches – 17
DC Win: 6
SRH Win: 11
IPL 2020 Qualifier 2, DC vs SRH
Hello and welcome to the live blog of second qualifier of IPL 2020 between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi. A must-win contest that pits the two skippers – Shreyas Iyer and David Warner against each other. Both DC and SRH will put all their efforts to achieve victory tonight as the winner will cruise into the finale and lock horns with defending champions – Mumbai Indians on Tuesday in Dubai.