IPL 2020: Shikhar Dhawan returned to form with 69 unbeaten battle against Mumbai Indians.© BCCI / IPL
Delhi Capitals will take on Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday in match 30 of the 2020 Indian Premier League at the Dubai International Stadium. Delhi Capitals will try to come back after defeating Mumbai Indians in their last game. The Delhi-based franchise has won five out of seven matches in the current tournament so far, but an injury to their wicket-keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant has upset the squad. On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals brought in Ben Stokes and despite missing the English all-rounder, they managed to secure a thrilling victory over SunRisers Hyderabad in their last outing.
Top Five IPL 2020 Fantasy Picks:
Shreyas Iyer (9.5): The Delhi Capitals skipper has scored 245 runs this season against an impressive 40.83 average. Iyer was in good shape, scoring in almost every game. Also, he rarely drops a catch that can earn you some extra points if the ball goes to him.
Shikhar Dhawan (9.0): The opening batsman returned to form with an undefeated 69 strike against Mumbai Indians. Dhawan is known for his explosive batting and with no off spinner in Rajasthan Royals bowling attack to harass him in the middle overs, he will try to attack the bowlers.
Sanju Samson (9.5): After starting the tournament with two explosive half centuries, Sanju Samson’s form has plunged into the tournament. However, in the last game of Rajasthan Royals, Samson played with a cautious approach, scoring 26 points. While staying at the fold, Samson seemed to have everything under control and if Rajasthan gets off to a good start, Samson could take a hefty blow.
Jofra Archer (9.0): Jofra Archer is one of the best bowlers in the ongoing IPL 2020. The English pacemaker has bothered the batsmen with his pace and bounce. He has nine wickets from seven games at an impressive economic rate of 6.82. Archer will try to impress against a star-studded Delhi Capitals batting line-up.
Marcus Stoinis (9.0): Marcus Stoinis has proven to be able to change the game with both bat and ball. Stoinis has picked up six wickets and has also scored 175 points so far with a success rate of 175.0. The Australian all-rounder has two half centuries to his credit and will try to make another useful contribution as Delhi Capitals take on Rajasthan Royals in a bid to top the list again.
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