IPL 2020: 3 Players who can replace Ishant Sharma in Delhi Capitals

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Bolstered by the arrival of Ben Stokes, Rajasthan Royals will hope for a stronger show from its slightly off-colour top order when the side tries to settle scores against second-placed Delhi Capitals in their return leg IPL match here on Wednesday. Of course, this is not the first time that CSK has lost 5 matches out of 7 half-way through the tournament but they themselves are not in mood to take inspiration from their remarkable turnaround in 2010 when they were exactly in a similar situation and ended up winning the first IPL trophy. "I mean we are not dependent on one person, every game you see a different individual steps up, raises his hand and delivers for the team and that's what the whole quality of any team", said Dahiya in an official release issued by Delhi Capitals.

The teams have found it hard to chase at this venue, so far.

Rabada also leads South Africa's bowling attack. Quick dismissals in fifteenth and sixteenth over briefly detailed Mumbai's run chase, but Kieron Pollard and Krunal Pandya sailed the team through in the final over of the match. Both batsmen were largely circumspect and struggled to accelerate during the powerplay, and even during the middle overs to some extent. Quinton de Kock who looked out of touch regained form as well.

On Friday (October 9) while playing against Rajasthan Royals in Sharjah, Rishabh Pant was captured limping while wicketkeeping although he didn't leave the ground. However, Delhi Capitals, with the help of Shimron Hetmyer and Stoinis, posted 185 runs target.

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Expect no changes in the XI. He has been provided with adequate support by others such as Ravichandran Ashwin, Axar Patel and Anrich Nortje.

As far as the head-to-head record is concerned, the two teams have fared equally so far.

Delhi Capitals is now in the top place, whereas Mumbai Indians are second on the points table. They're in sixth position on the points table - three wins from seven games - and have a lot to do to reach the playoffs. Skipper Rohit Sharma has been scoring consistently.

Currently, he has the joint-second-most fifties with Suresh Raina (38). "I had been batting well so I had the confidence", said Tewatia after picking up the player of the match award.

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