The fast Bowling unit of Delhi Capitals looks more intimidating with the presence of Rabada and Ntorje.
Rajasthan Royals has some powerful hitters in their lineup such as Evin Lewis, Livingstone and Samson.
Delhi Capitals are well placed at the top of the points table with 7 wins in their 9 Encounters.
Today we are up for the first Double Header of the second phase of IPL 2021, In the first match Delhi Capitals will take on Rajasthan Royals at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Delhi Capitals looks in Prime Form will all their bases covered. Shaw and Dhawan have been in prolific touch at the top of the order giving their side a perfect start in most occasions. The comeback of Iyer at number 3 makes this order more balanced as he can hold the innings together. Pant, Stoinis, Hetmyer and Axar Patel are all capable of playing the big shots when needed. The South African Pace duo of Rabada and Ntorje have been wreaking havoc on other teams batting lineup with their pace. Awesh khan has also been up to the mark with his line and lengths. Ravi Ashwin and Axar Patel will be the spinners for the side.
The Rajasthan Royals escaped defeat by the skin of their teeth against the Punjab Kings but a win is a win, no matter what the margin is. Evin Lewis and Jaiswal form an explosive opening pair for the Royals as both of them have shown their range of shots against Punjab Kings. Skipper Sanju Samson has to lead from the front as he hasn't been performing up to his calibre in this Tournament yet. The inclusion of Lian Livingstone has certainly given the power to the side in the middle order. Lormor, Tewatia and Chris Morris form the lower middle order for the side for power-hitting in the death overs. Morris and Mustafizur Rahmann leads the pace bowling attack for the Royals along with Indian pacers like Chetan Sakariya and Kartik Tyagi, previous match hero. Spin Department looks weak for the side as Tewatia is the only spinner in the side though Livingstone can also bowl Royals hasn't tried him in the previous match.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first to try and chase the target. The pitch is unlikely to change much and the outfield is quite fast as well. 6 out of the last seven matches played in Abu Dhabi in IPL 2020 were won by the team chasing.
The pitch at Abu Dhabi is flat and usually good for batting. It has a nice amount of bounce and allows the batsmen to play their shots freely. The bowlers have to work hard for their wickets but spinners can usually get a little bit of help from the surface. The dimensions of the boundaries are quite large as well.
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