DC vs MI: Delhi Capitals will take on Mumbai Indians at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium on Thursday. Unlike the previous season, Delhi Capitals are currently very well placed in the tournament with five wins in eight matches, while Mumbai India, on the other hand, are also going hand-in-hand with Delhi, boasting of the same number of wins in as many matches.
Both teams are coming off with a win as you can expect a cracker of a contest between the two sides who are certainly high on confidence.
DC vs MI: Be it their batting, bowling, or fielding, Delhi Capitals have been excelling in all three departments. Shikhar Dhawan’s addition to the squad has given a whole new dimension in Delhi’s batting line up. In addition to that, top-order batsmen with the likes of Prithvi Shaw and Shreyas Iyer have given Delhi timely knocks, and in the process helped them win matches for the team. Rishabh Pant’s form has been impeccable.
Delhi Capitals’ bowling line up too is looking as good as any. Kagiso Rabada is currently the purple cap holder in the tournament with 8 wickets in eight matches. Keemo Paul was the man of the match in the last match for his impressive figures of 3 for 17 in four overs. He will also be one of the key bowlers for Delhi Capitals in the next match against MI.
DC vs MI: Mumbai Indians’ success in the tournament hasn’t been restricted to one or two players. From top-order batsmen such as De Kock, Rohit, Suryakumar to middle-order mainstays like Hardik Pandya and Pollard have all contributed in winning matches.
Lasith Malinga and Jasprit Bumrah have been doing the job tremendously for Mumbai at the start and in the death overs as well. Equipped with a lot of match winners in the team, it’s hard to pick out one or two key players in the match.
DC vs MI|Head To Head
- Total number of matches played between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians- 23 matches
- Matches won by Delhi Capitals – 12 matches
- Matches won by Mumbai Indians- 11 matches
- Highest score by Delhi Capitals (Overall) – 213/6
- Highest score by Mumbai Indians (Overall) – 218/7
- Total number of matches played at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium- 9 matches
- Matches won by Delhi Capitals at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium- 5 matches
- Matches won by Mumbai Indians at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium- 4 matches
Most Runs by a Player in a Head to Head Record between DC & MI
Rohit Sharma has scored the most number of runs (530 runs) in a head to head record between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians.
Highest Score by a Player in a Head to Head record between DC & MI
Virender Sehwag has the highest score of 95* to his name in a head to head record between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians.
Player to Take Most Wickets in a Head to Head record between DC & MI
Lasith Malinga has taken the most number of wickets (14 wickets) in a head to head record between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians.
Best Bowling Figures by a Player in a Head to Head record between DC & MI
Lasith Malinga has the best bowling figures of 5/13 in a head to head record between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians.
DC vs MI: A batting-friendly surface, you can expect a high scoring affair at Feroz Shah Kotla on Thursday.
IPL Stats – Feroz Shah Kotla
|Matches won batting first
|Matches won bowling first
|Average 1st Inns scores
|Average 2nd Inns scores
|Highest total recorded
|231/4 (20 Ov) by DC vs KXIP
|Lowest total recorded
|66/10 (13.4 Ov) by DC vs MI
|Highest score chased
|214/3 (17.3 Ov) by DC vs GL
|Lowest score defended
|118/4 (11 Ov) by DC vs KXIP
- Rishabh Pant
- Shikhar Dhawan (C)
- Rohit Sharma (VC)
- Prithvi Shaw
- Colin Munro
- Ewin Lewis
- Hardik Pandya
- Chris Morris
- Kagiso Rabada
- Jasprit Bumrah
- Lasith Malinga
Delhi Capitals Squad – Ishant Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Amit Mishra, Colin Ingram, Colin Munro, Jalaj Saxena, Trent Boult, Chris Morris, Hanuma Vihari, Bandaru Ayyappa, Axar Patel, Ankush Bains, Shreyas Iyer (c), Kagiso Rabada, Rahul Tewatia, Avesh Khan, Jagadeesha Suchith, Nathu Singh, Rishabh Pant, Sandeep Lamichhane, Keemo Paul, Prithvi Shaw, Manjot Kalra, Sherfane Rutherford
Mumbai Indians Squad – Yuvraj Singh, Lasith Malinga, Rohit Sharma (c), Kieron Pollard, Aditya Tare, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jason Behrendorff, Suryakumar Yadav, Ben Cutting, Jayant Yadav, Quinton de Kock, Evin Lewis, Barinder Sran, Siddhesh Lad, Jasprit Bumrah, Pankaj Jaiswal, Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Anmolpreet Singh, Alzarri Joseph, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Anukul Roy, Mayank Markande, Rasikh Salam