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Death overs (16-20) run rate in IPL 2020

12.34 MI
11.47 RCB
10.65 RR
10.40 DC
10.19 CSK
9.89 KKR
9.62 KXIP
9.06 SRH

MI in middle overs
130/1 - 136/4 (6/3 in 1.2 overs)
87/0 - 119/4 (32/4 in 3.4)
117/1 - 136/3 (19/2 in 3.1)
108/1 - 124/4 (16/3 in 3)
88/1 - 117/4 (25/3 in 5)
90/1-101/4 (11/3 in 2.5)
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Dubai to host IPL 2020 final

October 25 2020 by Cricbuzz


Dubai will host the IPL 2020 final.


Dubai will host the IPL 2020 final, November 10, the BCCI announced on Sunday (October 25).

Dubai will also serve as the venue for Qualifier 1, to be played between the top-two sides at the end of the league stage, on November 5.

The Eliminator and Qualifier 2, on November 6 and 8 respectively, will be held in Abu Dhabi.

All games will start at 19:30 IST.

IPL Playoffs Schedule

Qualifier 1: Team 1 vs Team 2, Dubai, on November 5 at 19:30 IST

Eliminator:Team 3 vs Team 4, Abu Dhabi, on November 6 at 19:30 IST

Qualifier 2:Winner of Eliminator vs Loser of Qualifier 1, Abu Dhabi, on November 8 at 19:30 IST

Final:Winner of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Qualifier 2, Dubai, on November 10 at 19:30 IST
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26-OCT-2020, 07:30 PM

46th Match (N), Sharjah, Oct 26 2020, Indian Premier League

Playoff battle heats up as Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders look to waste no time
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Should Kings XI persist with Jordan? Should Morgan bat ahead of Karthik? (4:30)

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It's a mid-table clash but a blockbuster clash. A battle for fourth spot couldn't have become more intriguing. Kings XI Punjab were at the bottom of the pile only 10 days ago. Suddenly, here they are now, having won four games on the trot, and looking for a fifth that will vault them into playoff contention.

Kings XI got out of jail, yet again, against Sunrisers Hyderabad; their death bowling coming good to defend 20 off the last three overs. The last 14 balls yielded six wickets and an epic choke that kept them alive.

One of the reasons for their improved death-overs bowling is 20-year old Arshdeep Singh. He's flown under the radar, and doesn't get talked about like some of his other India Under-19 batch mates from the victorious 2018 campaign, but Arshdeep's hard lengths, cutters into the pitch and use of the crease and angles has allowed him to more than make up for his lack of pace. It has also helped compensate for Chris Jordan's off days.

In addition, the threat Ravi Bishnoi and M Ashwin bring to the table has complimented a batting line-up capable of destroying any attack. They'll want to however start winning much earlier, and not always take it into the final over.

The Knight Riders' win on Saturday can be equated somewhat in a Tennis context to being 4-0 down in the fourth set, after taking a 2-1 lead, in the third round of a Grand Slam. They were down for the count at 42 for 3 just after the power play, but were sensationally launched to a mammoth score by Nitish Rana and Sunil Narine.

The confidence of runs also showed with the ball as Narine, bowling with half-sleeves - was that a statement? - delivered a telling spell in the middle to choke Delhi Capitals for runs after Pat Cummins did the early damage and Varun Chakravarthy finished with a deserving maiden five-for in IPL 2020.

So it's a clash of two aggressive teams that will look punch and counter-punch. Kings XI know they simply have to win. Knight Riders, meanwhile, can take a step closer to the playoffs with a win. Even if they don't, not all is lost, but they don't want to be looking at the table when they can be masters of their own fate.

In the news
Mayank Agarwal, who missed Sunday's game, is likely to return. Agarwal was rested after suffering body bruises while diving full stretch to avert a run out earlier in the week. His inclusion could mean one of Mandeep Singh or Deepak Hooda could miss out.

Knight Riders are closely monitoring Andre Russell, whose hamstring has been problematic over the years. He has been training regularly and is closely working with the physio. If they do decide to play him - a half-fit Russell could perhaps still hit big sixes in Sharjah - who do they leave out? Eoin Morgan is captain. Narine has just delivered a telling performance. Lockie Ferguson has made an immediate impact and Cummins is just starting to come into his own. It's a really tough call.

Previous meeting
Kings XI needed 21 off 17, with nine wickets in hand. And then, somehow, they contrived to turn it into a situation where two new batsmen - literally; neither had faced a ball yet - needed to hit 14 off the last over. Against Narine. They fell two short.


Ravi Bishnoi, Chris Jordan and Mohammed Shami - the heart of KXIP's bowling BCCI
Likely XIs
Kings XI Punjab: 1 KL Rahul (capt, wk), 2 Mayank Agarwal, 3 Chris Gayle, 4 Nicholas Pooran, 5 Glenn Maxwell, 6 Mandeep Singh, 7 Chris Jordan, 8 M Ashwin, 9 Ravi Bishnoi, 10 Arshdeep Singh, 11 Mohammed Shami

Kolkata Knight Riders: 1 Nitish Rana, 2 Shubman Gill, 3 Rahul Tripathi, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Dinesh Karthik (wk), 6 Sunil Narine, 7 Pat Cummins, 8 Kamlesh Nagarkoti, 9 Varun Chakravarthy, 10 Prasidh Krishna, 11 Lockie Ferguson/Andre Russell

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Gayle v Narine: 177 balls, 153 runs. Five dismissals. Strike rate of 86. It merely confirms an established fact: Gayle isn't the same force against spin, at least early on, as he is against the faster bowlers. That said, Sharjah is a small ground where even mishits carry for six. Knight Riders have two bowlers of the mystery kind. How about looking to finish overs of spin through Narine and Varun Chakravarthy while Gayle's around? You'd be able to at least put a temporary lid on scoring or perhaps get him out if you're lucky.

They have invested heavily in Shubman Gill. He's even part of the leadership think tank, but sentiments aside, he has had one of the worst strike rates (112) for an opener this season - a shade below Aaron Finch and Ben Stokes - among those who has played more than five games. Maybe they could change things around and look to open with Tripathi with Rana.

Despite his good form, Knight Riders should look to resist temptation to open with Narine. Kings XI have two legspinners and Narine is lethal against them - striking at 211 in the 54 balls he's played of this variety. So hold him back for them the spinners come on.

Stats that matter
Kings XI's death overs economy of 8.8 is the best among all teams in the second half of IPL 2020

Maxwell has faced the second-most number of deliveries (100) without hitting a six this season behind Ben Stokes, who went without hitting a six having faced 122 balls

Agarwal and Rahul's 623 runs in 10 innings is the most an opening pair has put on in IPL 2020. Will they be reunited for Monday's fixture?
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Kxlp opt bowling vs kkr after winning
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KKR 149/9
Morgan 40,Gill 57,Ferguson 24 not out
Shami 3w , Bishnoi 2 w & j
Jordan 2 ekta

Kxlp 150 for 2
Rahul 28,Gayle 51
Manjeet 66 n.o

Punjab won by 8 wkts
Gayle m.o.m
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KXIP have the momentum now and should qualify ahead of KKR.

DC will want to win tonight's encounter with fading SRH to improve their chances of coming out in the top two.
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Daanav wrote: Tue Oct 27, 2020 2:07 am KXIP have the momentum now and should qualify ahead of KKR.

DC will want to win tonight's encounter with fading SRH to improve their chances of coming out in the top two.
As far as results is concern no one predicts
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27-OCT-2020, 07:30 PM

47th Match (N), Dubai (DSC), Oct 27 2020, Indian Premier League

Delhi Capitals face combination questions as race for playoffs heats up play
Should Sunrisers replace Holder with Nabi?

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I wants Holder who took 5 wkts in 2 games
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The Delhi Capitals coach Ricky Ponting wanted his side to play its best cricket in the second half of IPL 2020. Instead, as the tournament has progressed, the cracks have started to emerge in the Capitals side. Had Ishant Sharma been fit, he would have been taking the new ball. In his absence, the Capitals are yet to finalise their fifth bowler. After impressing in his first outing, Tushar Deshpande has gone for 12 an over in the next three games while picking up only one wicket. Will they go back to Harshal Patel, who is a handy batsman as well?

While Shikhar Dhawan has looked pristine at the top of the order, Prithvi Shaw's form has also been giving them headaches. So much that they had to drop him for their last match, against the Kolkata Knight Riders. However, his replacement, Ajinkya Rahane, was lbw off the first ball of the innings. Will they go back to Sh

Strategy punts
Shreyas Iyer has been dismissed nine times by legspinners in the IPL since 2019. So, instead of saving Khan for Rishabh Pant, who is a bit out of form, the Sunrisers can bring him on against Iyer. While against legspinners who flight the ball, Iyer has an average of over 50 and a strike rate in excess of 160, against those who bowl quicker, like Khan, he averages just nine at a strike rate of 89.

Sandeep Sharma too has got the better of Iyer in T20s; he has dismissed him thrice in eight innings. Iyer's strike rate of 72 against Sharma is his lowest against any bowler he has faced for at least 30 balls in T20s.

Warner has fallen thrice to Kagiso Rabada in nine T20 innings. Against the quick, he has managed only 53 runs from 47 balls at an average of 17.7 and a strike rate of 112.8. Given the Sunrisers' shaky middle order, the Sunrisers rely a lot on their captain. The Capitals may think of giving Rabada an extra over against him.

Stats that matter
Manish Pandey has a strike rate of 64 against Axar Patel, his lowest against any bowler he has faced for 30 balls from in T20s.

Rabada is yet to go wicketless this season, his streak now stands at 25 IPL games.

Pant has scored at a strike rate of 117 so far this season.

Among spinners, only Yuzvendra Chahal (16) has taken more wickets than Khan (14) this IPL.
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DC have won toss opted Fielding vs SRH
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SRH 17/0

Warner & Saha open innings
Saha 6 ball 14 *
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