Tata IPL 2022: Mar 26-May 29 in India (74 matches)

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Game # 46 at 7.30 pm IST


SRH have won toss & have opted to Bowl vs MSD's CSK

CSK :202/2
Conway 55 ball 85 not out & Gaikwad 57 ball 99 put on 182 for 1st wicket ( Umran 4/0/48/0) ( Natrajan 4/0/42/2) ( Bhuvi 4/0/22/0, Jansen 4/0/38/0)
Markram 3/0/32/0

Nicholas Pooran's 33 ball 64* in Vain as CSK won close game by 13 runs

SRH :189/6
KW 47, Abhishek 39, Pooran 64*,
Mukesh Choudhary 10/0/46/4, A wkt each Santner & Pretorius ( Jadeja 3/0/15/0, Theekshana 4/0/26/0.)

CSK won by 13 runs

🔥Stat: Dismissed 99 in the IPL
Virat Kohli v Del
Prithvi Shaw v Kol
Ishan Kishan v Ban
Chris Gayle v Pun
Ruturaj Gaikwad v Hyd*

🔥R.Gaikwad MOM for his 99 he missed his 2nd IPL (Career) hundred .

❤️Highest Opening partnerships in IPL
185 J Bairstow & D Warner (SRH v RCB)2019
184* G Gambhir & C Lynn (KKR v Guj Lions)2017
183KL Rahul & M Agarwal (PBKS v RR)2020
182R Gaikwad & D Conway (CSK v SRH) - TONIGHT

❤️Highest Partnerships for CSK in IPL
182 R Gaikwad & D Conway (1st Wkt v SRH)TONIGHT
181* S Watson & F du Plessis (1st Wkt v PBKS)2020
165R Uthappa & S Dube (3rd Wkt v RCB)2022
159M Hussey & M Vijay (1st Wkt v RCB)2011
152M Vijay & A Morkel (3rd Wkt v RR)2010
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Game 47

Some stats from Cricbuzz

🏀After nine matches, Buttler has 566 runs. During the same stage, in his sensational 2016 season, Virat Kohli had made 561. Can Buttler break the record of most runs in an IPL season set by Kohli (973)?

-❤️ At the Wankhede, in the 14 matches RR have played, they've managed to win just three.

- ❤️Andre Russell is 73 runs away from 2000 runs in IPL while Sunil Narine needs 19 more to complete 1000 runs in the league.

Unsettled Knight Riders look to arrest slide against confident Royals
Last season's runners-up are coming off five defeats in a row, while Royals look to remain in the top fou

Should Kolkata look beyond Venkatesh Iyer?

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What has clicked for Kolkata Knight Riders this season? Their retained, upcoming batter Venkatesh Iyer? Nope. What about the million-dollar buy Pat Cummins, and the mystery spinner Varun Chakravarthy, who too was not let go? Well, both have been dropped. So has Ajinkya Rahane, as Knight Riders have tried five different opening pairs - and four in their last four games - including shunting Venkatesh from the top to the middle and then back up.

Amidst all this, Andre Russell has become undroppable despite blowing hot and cold. In a nutshell, three of their four retained picks have underperformed. Captain Shreyas Iyer and the experienced Umesh Yadav have been their side's driving forces, with Knight Riders missing an outstanding contributor. They started the season with three wins out of four, before tumbling off the cliff with five defeats in a row, the only side other than Mumbai Indians with the unwanted distinction this IPL.

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At eighth in the points table, the only way for them is to climb up. Perhaps some inspiration from their remarkable turnaround last season will do, when they went from second-last in the table to being eventual runners-up.

Over to Rajasthan Royals now, who will be seeking some consistency from the likes of Shimron Hetmyer, some stability from their captain Sanju Samson and some solid contributions from opener Devdutt Padikkal. Their batting has been carried all along by Jos Buttler, who leads the tournament's run-making charts, while Yuzvendra Chahal sits atop the wicket-takers' list.

Royals have had quiet performers in R Ashwin, who has played pinch-hitter with the bat too, Prasidh Krishna and the rising Kuldeep Sen, whose performances should further get highlighted considering the bowlers have successfully defended totals six times, exactly the number of wins Royals have after nine matches.

But they still need to be wary: after all, they are yet to win a game while chasing; their flow of a hat-trick of wins was interrupted by a loss to Mumbai on Saturday; and they are second on the table only by virtue of better net run rate over Lucknow Super Giants. However, two points against Knight Riders, and they can feel a bit more secure with just four matches to play after that.

Jos Buttler raced to his third century of the tournament, Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals, IPL 2022, Wankhede Stadium, April 22, 2022
Jos Buttler leads the tournament's run-making charts•BCCI/IPL
Likely XIs
Rajasthan Royals: 1 Jos Buttler, 2 Devdutt Padikkal, 3 Sanju Samson (capt, wk), 4 Shimron Hetmyer, 5 Daryl Mitchell, 6 Riyan Parag, 7 R Ashwin, 8 Trent Boult, 9 Prasidh Krishna, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Kuldeep Sen

Kolkata Knight Riders: 1 Aaron Finch, 2 Venkatesh Iyer, 3 Shreyas Iyer (capt), 4 Nitish Rana, 5 Sunil Narine, 6 B Indrajith (wk), 7 Rinku Singh, 8 Andre Russell, 9 Umesh Yadav, 10 Tim Southee, 11 Harshit Rana

Strategy punt

One of Buttler's three hundreds of the season has come against… well, Knight Riders. He cracked 103 off 60 balls, as Royals raked up 217 in a tense win. But if Knight Riders will have learned a lesson from that hammering, they wouldn't want to throw Umesh the new ball against Buttler again. The opener hit Umesh for 30 off 18 balls at the Brabourne Stadium that evening, including two fours and sixes each. That strike rate of 166.67 was in fact more than the overall figure of 164 that Buttler has against Umesh in T20s.

But never mind the problem, as Sunil Narine brings the solution - and not just against Buttler, but also against his partner Padikkal. Buttler has struggled to get going off Narine, managing just 29 runs from 27 balls with two dismissals. Bothering even Padikkal, Narine has got him once - including in the teams' last meeting - in eight balls, with Padikkal facing four dots out of those despite otherwise getting nine runs. So don't be surprised if Narine starts with the ball from one end.

Ashwin against what could potentially be Knight Riders' top six makes for interesting reading. While Venkatesh has been kept in check at a strike rate of 94 despite no dismissal, and Russell has been restricted to100 while falling twice to the offspinner, it is against the other four that Ashwin falls well short.

Narine has bashed Ashwin for 60 off 22 balls in the format with only one dismissal; Nitish Rana hasn't given his wicket away while scoring 76 off 38; Finch has hit Ashwin at a strike rate of 168 despite three wickets; Shreyas, although relatively going easier with 72 off 55, hasn't fallen to Ashwin either. Hence, Royals may keep Ashwin's overs for the later stages, especially if Venkatesh and Russell both play as finishers.

Stats that matter

Knight Riders' average opening stand this season has been 14.2, the second-lowest behind Chennai Super Kings' 12.6. They have had five opening pairs, the most this edition, with the next highest by any side being two.

Samson has fallen thrice to Narine, the second-most against a spinner in IPL. The one who has got him most times with five wickets is currently this season's highest wicket-taker and also Samson's team-mate.

Umesh's nine wickets at the Wankhede are the joint-most by a bowler at a ground this season. Kuldeep Yadav also has as many at the Brabourne.

Buttler's 566 runs so far are the most that a Royals batter has got in a single season. The previous highest was Rahane's 560 in 2012. Ironically, Rahane now happens to be in the opposition's dressing room.

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Game 47

Kolkata Knight Riders have won the toss and have opted to field

Ankul Roy playing

RR : 152/5 (20 overs)
Paddikal 2,Buttler 22, Samson 54
Hetmyer 13 ball 27 not out, Parag 19.
Southee 4/0/46/2, Narine 4/0/19/0,
Mavi 4/0/33/1, Ankul 4/0/28/1, Umesh 4/1/24/1

KKR: 92/3>> 158/3*
Baba Indrajit 15, Rinku Singh 23 ball 42*, Finch 4, Shreyas 34, Rana N 48*
Extra 15.

Ashwin & Chahal both wicket less.A wkt each Boult/P. krishna & Kuldeep Sen

❤️Rinku Singh MOM

😭KKR not miss over rated Ventatesh Iyer today 😂

KKR won by 7 wkts with 5 ball Spares

Harsha Bhogle:🔥🔥 "There is a beautiful story everyday in the IPL. Today was Rinku Singh putting Aligarh on the cricket map. Was so incredibly cool at the end".😂😂
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Game # 48
Gujarat vs Punjab

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🔥Titans have won five run chases in the last over, two of them off the last ball. Only CSK in 2018 and RR in 2019 have won as many matches in the last over of a run chase in a single edition.

❤️Wriddhiman Saha has scored 91 runs at a SR of 142.18 in the powerplay without getting dismissed.

❤️Likely XIs

❤️Gujarat Titans: 1 Shubman Gill, 2 Wriddhiman Saha (wk), 3 Sai Sudharsan, 4 Hardik Pandya (capt), 5 David Miller, 6 Rahul Tewatia, 7 Rashid Khan, 8 Alzarri Joseph, 9 Lockie Ferguson, 10 Mohammed Shami, 11 Yash Dayal/Pradeep Sangwan.

😭❤️Punjab Kings: 1 Shikhar Dhawan, 2 Mayank Agarwal (capt), 3 Bhanuka Rajapaksa, 4 Jonny Bairstow, 5 Liam Livingstone, 6 Jitesh Sharma (wk), 7 Rishi Dhawan, 8 Kagiso Rabada, 9 Rahul Chahar, 10 Arshdeep Singh, 11 Sandeep Sharma

❤️Stats that matter from Cricinfo

🏀Rabada has dismissed Gill twice in 32 balls while giving away only 20 runs.
Dhawan has taken Mohammed Shami for 108 runs off 69 balls without getting out.

🔥Liam Livingstone has scored 86 runs off 52 balls against Rashid but has also been out four times.

🔥Miller and Tewatia have added 236 runs in six innings this season at an average of 59 and a run rate of 10.48. Where both partners are non-openers, their tally is second only to Suryakumar Yadav and Tilak Varma's 276 in seven innings.
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Gujarat Titans have won the toss and have opted to bat

Garba or Bhangda at the end of game?

🔥Hardik Pandya batting first this season

31(27) vs DC
50*(42) vs SRH
87*(52) vs RR
67(49) vs KKR

- 🔥The three 50+ scores all have come at DY Patil Stadium

GT : 143/8
Saha 21, # 3 Sudarshan (maiden 50 in all T20 including IPL) 65 not out

Rishi Dhawan 4/0/26/1.Livingstone 2.3/0/15/1, Rabada 4/0/33/4, Sandeep s 4/0/17/0, Arshdeep 4/0/35/1 & Gill run out

Punjab need 144 to jump to #6 in IPL table, Good Luck

Garba or Bhagra?

Punjab : 145/2 off 16 overs
Livingstone 10 ball 30 not out, Bairstow 1, Dhawan S 62 not out.Rajapaska 40 ( A wkt each Ferguson & Shami) ( Rashid 4/0/21/0)

Punjab won by 8 wkts with 24 ball Spares😃

🔥K.Rabada MOM🔥

So Bhangra time for Punjab & Mrs Goodenough ( owner Preti Zinta who inspire their team through out 36 over in the match)

Taste of Defeat for GT who after winning toss lost the game as they bats First ~~ 97% teams in 2022 IPL choose to chase than bats first.

😭❤️Liam Livingstone hits M.Shami
6/6/6/4/2/4 = 28 in one over.🏀

😭😂Most Expensive one over in all IPL 🔥

37 – Prasanth Parameshwaran vs RCB Bengaluru 2011.

37 – Harshal Patel vs CSK Mumbai WS 2021.

35 – Daniel Sams vs KKR Pune 2022*

33 – Ravi Bopara vs KKR Kolkata 2010.

33 – Parwinder Awana vs CSK at Mumbai WS 2014.

🔥PAT Cummins hits 35 off one over of Daniel Sams in 2022* for KKR🔥
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Game # 49



Royal Challengers' wobbly batting in focus against resurgent Super Kings
A slip-up against du Plessis' side could cost the defending champions a playoff spot

Vettori: 'Probably comes down to Jadeja not enjoying the captaincy'

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Good planning and clarity of roles can often bring confidence and favourable results for sports teams. Nine games into their IPL 2022 campaign, Chennai Super Kings finally look like they know what they are doing - though the sample size is just one match - and it has coincided with the return of their Thala at the helm.

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Against a strong Sunrisers Hyderabad, they stuck to what has been their tried-and-tested plan with the bat: start slow, accelerate in the middle overs, and go full throttle at the death. Ruturaj Gaikwad, who finished one run shy of a century, batted like he hadn't endured a long lean patch, and Devon Conway's fine hitting came as a much-needed boost at the top. And despite missing their star death-over specialist Dwayne Bravo and the pace attack looking thin on experience, Super Kings successfully defended 202 to collect those crucial two points. They are still placed ninth on the points table, though, with three wins from nine games.

Come Wednesday, MS Dhoni's men will be up against Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are at fifth place with five wins from ten matches. They have been patchy, but have the personnel. A slip-up against them could well end the defending champions' faint hopes of qualifying for the playoffs.

Royal Challengers are in the middle of the table, having gone winless in the last 14 days. Their bowling is in a healthy state with the likes of Wanindu Hasaranga, Josh Hazlewood and Mohammed Siraj among the wickets, but their batting needs to pick up pace. Captain Faf du Plessis has not found his magic touch, with 184 of his 278 runs coming in just two innings. That he has been dismissed for single-digit scores five times in ten innings this season speaks of his struggles.

Despite losing their previous match against Gujarat Titans in the final over, there were a few positives for du Plessis' men - a struggling Virat Kohli finally got some runs as an opener, but Rajat Patidar's half-century was the bigger story. Against Super Kings, Royal Challengers will need to up their batting game to stay relevant in the top-four race, with only a handful of matches remaining in the group stage after this fixture.

In the news

An unfit Bravo was forced to miss Super Kings' game against Sunrisers. If he is available on Wednesday, spin allrounder Mitchell Santner might make way for him. In case Moeen Ali is fit - he started training after a layoff a couple of days ago - there might be another option for Super Kings. Royal Challengers are unlikely to change their playing XI.

Vettori: Kohli innings had too many dot balls and singles between the boundaries

Likely XIs

Chennai Super Kings: 1 Ruturaj Gaikwad, 2 Devon Conway, 3 Robin Uthappa, 4 Ambati Rayudu, 5 MS Dhoni (capt & wk), 6 Ravindra Jadeja, 7 Moeen Ali/Dwayne Bravo/Mitchell Santner, 8 Dwaine Pretorius, 9 Maheesh Theekshana, 10 Simarjeet Singh, 11 Mukesh Choudhary

Royal Challengers Bangalore: 1 Faf du Plessis (capt), 2 Virat Kohli, 3 Rajat Patidar, 4 Glenn Maxwell, 5 Shahbaz Ahmed, 6 Mahipal Lomror, 7 Dinesh Karthik (wk), 8 Wanindu Hasaranga, 9 Harshal Patel, 10 Mohammed Siraj, 11 Josh Hazlewood

Strategy Punt

Relieved of captaincy duties, Ravindra Jadeja bowled in tandem with Sri Lankan spinner Maheesh Theekshana in the middle overs and conceded only 15 runs from his 18 balls against Sunrisers. He will be crucial especially against Glenn Maxwell.

😭Jadeja has dismissed Maxwell seven out of the 13 times they have met in the IPL, with Maxwell averaging just 10.1. Jadeja has also removed 😭😭Kohli thrice in 16 T20s and has brought his strike rate down to 108.😂

Stats that matter

❤️Dhoni has hit 46 sixes against Royal Challengers over the years, the most by a batter against them.

❤️du Plessis has been dismissed by pacers eight times in his ten matches this IPL.

❤️Kohli has scored 949 runs against Super Kings in the IPL, the most against an opposition for him.

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More stats cricbuzz below

🔥Both of Ruturaj's fifties in IPL 2022 have come at his home ground in Pune. In fact in seven innings in Mumbai, he has amassed only 65 runs.

- 🔥Jadeja is the leading wicket-taker against RCB in the history of IPL with 26 scalps in 29 games. The last time the two sides met in Pune in 2018, Jadeja took three wickets and was adjudged the Player of the Match.
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Chennai Super Kings have won the toss and have opted to field

RCB :173/8
Duplisis 38, Virat 30, Patidar 21, M.Lomror 27 ball 42, D Kartik 17 ball 26*.

Moeen 4/0/28/2
Mukesh 3/0/30/0
Sarabjeet 2/0/21/0
Theekshana 4/0/27/3*
Jadeja 4/0/20/0
Pretorius 3/0/42/1
Maxwell & Harshal run out

*🔥🔥M.Theekshana took 3 wkts for 2 runs in his 4th over🔥🔥*

CSK :54/0> > 160/8
Gaikwad 28, Conway 37 ball 56, Moeen Ali 34,MSD 2, Jadeja 3

RCB won by 13 runs

Shahbaz 3/0/27/1
Maxwell 4/0/22/2
Hazelwood 4/0/19/1
Hasaranga 3/0/31/1
Harshal 4/0/35/3
Siraj 2/0/22/0

😃Over seas player M Theekshana/Pretorius scored 20 between them but Jadoo/MS's rare failure cost CSK game, they remains on 6 points

😃Harshal Patel MOM 😃❤️
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Game 50
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 :macarena :macarena

Capitals' Warner runs into Sunrisers as race for playoffs hots up
Injury cloud over Washington Sundar who split his webbing again and didn't bowl against CSK)

Rahul Tripathi and Kane Williamson in action, SRH v KKR, IPL 2022, Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, April 15, 2022
Rahul Tripathi and Kane Williamson have had contrasting approaches with the bat this IPL • BCCI

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Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad haven't met this season yet. Capitals are currently placed seventh and Sunrisers fourth, with only two points separating the two sides. In fact, Sunrisers are fourth only because of a superior net run-rate over two other teams with the same points. Capitals, on the other hand, have the best net run-rate among all teams but can do nothing with it for now.

There is a pattern in their journey so far this season too: Sunrisers lost two, won five and lost two again, while Capitals have struggled to win two in a row despite nine matches into the league stage. However, their captains are as contrasting as fire and ice, with their strike rates this year speaking as much: Rishabh Pant's 149 is as many as 50 rungs ahead of Kane Williamson's.

Capitals' openers have often led the way this year, and when they both failed to fire in their previous match - against Lucknow Super Giants - their middle order fell seven short of completing the job, as Pant mustered 44, only his joint-highest score this season having got into the 40s thrice.

But if Capitals were to note the positives, Pant's middle-order colleagues responded fairly well - Mitchell Marsh, Rovman Powell and Axar Patel all made handy contributions - while Shardul Thakur was among wickets with the ball.

And while Pant's counterpart Williamson made 47 against Chennai Super Kings, he will be worried with his side losing back-to-back matches: first failing to defend 195 in a last-ball thriller, and then falling 14 short of chasing 203, another near-miss despite a late assault, as their usually-dependable bowling unit couldn't deliver.

With time running out and points more challenging to come by, the tournament is heading towards its business end, where a fine line could separate the sides and decide their fate. Sunrisers know they can't afford to fall even excruciatingly short at this stage; Capitals are aware that one win could put them into serious consideration for the playoffs.

There are exciting times ahead.

In the news
T Natarajan was suspected to have a niggle against Super Kings, although what the injury was wasn't clear as he left the field after bowling one over in the early exchanges and then returned to bowl three at the death. Also, Washington Sundar split his webbing for the second time this season, forcing him off the field too. However, no official update about their availability has been heard since from Sunrisers' camp.

Sunrisers have signed Sushant Mishra as replacement for the injured Saurabh Dubey.

Likely XIs
Delhi Capitals: 1 Prithvi Shaw, 2 David Warner, 3 Mitchell Marsh, 4 Rishabh Pant (capt& wk), 5 Lalit Yadav, 6 Rovman Powell, 7 Axar Patel, 8 Shardul Thakur, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Chetan Sakariya

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 1 Kane Williamson (capt), 2 Abhishek Sharma, 3 Rahul Tripathi, 4 Aiden Markram, 5 Nicholas Pooran (wk), 6 Shashank Singh, 7 Washington Sundar/J Suchith, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Marco Jansen, 10 Umran Malik, 11 T Natarajan/Kartik Tyagi

Strategy punt
Sunrisers' veteran new-ball bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar holds a clear advantage over Capitals' in-form opening pair of David Warner and Prithvi Shaw. Bhuvneshwar has dismissed Warner once while restricting him to just 13 runs in 19 balls in all T20 cricket. He has got Shaw twice while giving away only 35 runs off as many deliveries to him. Warner and Shaw are Capitals' top-two run-getters for the season. In fact, their partnership has averaged more than 48 in seven innings at a brilliant average run rate of 10.23. So the battle between Bhuvneshwar and the left-right pair could turn out to be intriguing, especially in the powerplay.
Rahul Tripathi has batted at a strike rate of 172 this season, the highest among all Sunrisers' batters with a minimum of 180 runs. But Capitals have a number of options to keep him quiet. First is Axar Patel, who has given just seven off 11 deliveries; next comes Mustafizur Rahman, who has kept Tripathi to a strike rate of 40; Chetan Sakariya limits him to 83; and finally Shardul Thakur, who has restricted Tripathi to a strike rate of 117. But Tripathi has had more success against Kuldeep Yadav, Capitals' highest wicket-taker this season, having cracked 34 off 14 deliveries against him. So if Sunrisers' No. 3 can see off some potentially nervous moments early, he might then choose to attack the left-arm wristspinner later.

Stats that matter

😃Ironically, Capitals' opener Warner is the highest run-getter for Sunrisers in IPL history, with 4014 runs at an average of 49.6.

😭🔥 Malik has never played against Delhi Capitals. Rather, he has not dismissed any of their top eight batters from Capitals' previous match this season even in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. What adds more intrigue is the fact that all 26 of Malik's T20 wickets have been of different batters.

🏀Pant has 466 runs, has hit 22 sixes and smashed 128* against Sunrisers, all of them the most for him against any IPL opposition.

❤️Abhishek Sharma can jump from fifth to third among the highest run-getters this season if he manages to score 46 or more against Capitals.

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😃Kane Williamson has won eight out of nine tosses this season

-🔥 Rishabh Pant has a strike-rate in excess of 145 in five of the six innings he has faced more than ten balls. However, only once has he managed to last for 30 balls or more

- 😭DC's results so far read: W L L W L W L W L
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Game #50 DC vs SRH, prithvi Shaw not playing for Capital today

Sunrisers Hyderabad have won the toss and have opted to field

Cap presentations in the SRH camp:

Three debutants for them - Kartik Tyagi, Shreyas Gopal and Sean Abbott make their SRH debuts.
( Natrajan / Sundar injured while Jansen Left out)

Mandeep open with Warner in Shaw's Absence

Delhi Capital : 207/3
Pant 26, Warner 92 not out
Powell 34 ball 6 sixes 67 not out

Debutant Abbott & Gopal took A wkt each,
Bhuvi 4/0/25/1.Umran Malik 4/0/52/0, Debutant
Tyagi 4/0/37/0

🔥Warner/ Powell put on 122* in 66 ball

Warner hits 4th 50 in season 2022*

😂The lowest total defended, this season, at this venue was 180.😃

SRH : 186/8
Markram 42, Tripathy 22,
Pooran 6 sixes 34 ball 62 runs.

Khalil Ahmed 4/0/30/3, Thakur 4/0/44/2, A wkt each Nortje/ Marsh & Kuldeep Yadav.

😭Pooran vs Shardul
4 inngs
22 runs
15 balls
4 dismissals

🔥Markram - Pooran partnerships this IPL
39* vs GT
43* vs KKR
75* vs PK
7 vs GT
60 vs DC

🔥DC hits 60 in last 4 overs koz of "Powell power" Warner just so so in Death over.

156.9 kph, Umran Malik records fastest ball of IPL 2022

😃DC won by 21 runs
10 points to them, in IPL

🏀D. Warner MOM❤️

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David Warner breaks Chris Gayle's record for most T20 fifties
IPL 2022:

Congratulation Warner the great who played international before First Class Cricket for Australia
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:dance2: GT vs :dance2: MI


Mumbai Indians look to put bowling woes aside against Gujarat Titans
For Titans, it will be about how they gather themselves back after a batting failure

Aakash Chopra: 'Gill and Hardik failing together a concern for Titans'

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It's a game between two streak-broken sides.

Gujarat Titans had won five games on the trot to have eight wins out of nine before they lost to Punjab Kings. Mumbai Indians began with eight straight defeats before finally turning a page with a win over Rajasthan Royals.

While much of the spotlight has been on Mumbai's batting failures, here's the thing: in six of their games, Mumbai have had at least one over where they conceded 20 or more runs - the joint-most such games along with Chennai Super Kings and Royals. They have had eight such overs in the season so far, the joint-most with Royals.

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And that's indeed something that hasn't missed head coach Mahela Jayawardene's keen eyes. "If you take four-five games, we have bowled well for 18 overs and we've had two big overs," he said on Thursday. "We are one of those teams that has given 20-plus [runs] overs pretty much in every game and that has cost us at least four to five games. We need to make sure that you don't go for big 20+ overs, even though we may get hit."

The opponents have been smart to see off Jasprit Bumrah and target the other bowlers. This is evident from Bumrah's economy rate of 6.87 since the first match (where he went for 43 in 3.2 overs) in return for just five wickets.

For Titans, it will be about how they gather themselves back after a batting failure. Shubman Gill and Hardik Pandya have both failed together in the last few games, which has hampered the side. Having started the tournament on a stellar note, Pandya would want to put in a match-winning performance against his former team.

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B Sai Sudharsan had landed awkwardly on his ankle while fielding in Titans' last game and walked off the field. If he misses out, either Abhinav Manohar or Vijay Shankar could take his spot in the XI.

Likely XIs

Gujarat Titans: 1 Shubman Gill, 2 Wriddhiman Saha (wk), 3 B Sai Sudharsan, 4 Hardik Pandya (capt), 5 David Miller, 6 Rahul Tewatia, 7 Rashid Khan, 8 Alzarri Joseph, 9 Lockie Ferguson, 10 Mohammed Shami, 11 Pradeep Sangwan/Yash Dayal

Mumbai Indians: 1 Rohit Sharma (capt), 2 Ishan Kishan (wk), 3 Suryakumar Yadav, 4 Tilak Varma, 5 Kieron Pollard, 6 Tim David 7 Daniel Sams, 8 Hrithik Shokeen, 9 Jasprit Bumrah, 10 Kumar Kartikeya, 11 Riley Meredith

Jasprit Bumrah removed Yashasvi Jaiswal in the third over, Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals, IPL 2022, Mumbai, April 2, 2022

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Strategy punt

Rashid has dismissed Rohit Sharma twice in five innings. On the other hand, Rohit has a favourable match-up against Lockie Ferguson - a strike rate of 230 across all T20s without being dismissed. Titans could throw Rashid early in the mix to extend Rohit's misery with the bat.
On the contrary, Rashid doesn't have great numbers against Tim David. David has hit him for 36 runs off 19 balls without getting out. While Suryakumar Yadav has scored only 32 runs off 28 balls against Rashid, the legspinner is yet to dismiss him as well. Together David and Suryakumar could neutralise the Rashid threat.

Three of Bumrah's five wickets this season have been left-handers. Three of the Titans top six are left-handers and it could well be a chance for Bumrah to add a few to his tally. He has dismissed Rahul Tewatia once in two meetings but is yet to dislodge David Miller in seven innings.

Stats that matter

❤️Mumbai have bowled 40.3 overs of spin in this season so far, the second-fewest after Sunrisers Hyderabad.

❤️Bumrah has gone wicketless in six out of the nine games so far. He did worse only in 2014 when he was wicketless for seven games out of the first nine.

❤️Titans' average opening partnership has been 22. Only Kolkata Knight Riders (14.4) have done worse this season.

❤️Mohammed Shami had just one wicket in four games against Mumbai Indians till IPL 2018. Since 2019, he has 11 in six meetings against them.

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😃Rashid is the leading wicket-taker in middle overs (7-15) in IPL since his debut with 71 wickets but 😂this year he has taken just three wickets in this phase. Six of his nine wickets in IPL 2022 have come in the death overs. As a result, GT have the worst spin numbers in the middle overs this IPL.

😃Since 2019, only Sanju Samson has scored more runs than Suryakumar Yadav at #3 in IPL
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