Halfway through the tournament, Delhi Capital and Rajasthan Royals sat at different ends of the points table. Delhi are second with 10 points from seven matches, while Rajasthan, who lost the last match, have a partnership between Ryan Parag and Rahul Tewatia. Still sixth. Next. With the exception of Parag and Tewatia, the return of Ben Stokes in the last match of the RR was a positive sign for the team and even if he did not bat and shoot with the ball, a world-class all-rounder like Stokes is expected to do well. Than no. Delhi, on the other hand, have been hit by injuries and could affect their fortunes in the tournament
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Shreyas Iyer: Captain Iyer, who hit an unbeaten 88 against Kolkata Knight Riders in Sharjah three days ago, has been cold in the last few matches. In the last match against Mumbai Indians, he scored a respectable hit2 but he could not stop till the end when his team got a good total. He was especially seen playing the anchor in the absence of Shabha Pant, who has been sidelined due to a hamstring injury.
Shikhar DhawanDhawan had ignored the IPL till the last match. He scored an unbeaten 69 return to help the team to 122 / to. This was Dhawan’s first half-century of the season after his return of 5, 2, 2, returns, and 35 and 0 in the last six matches. Delhi hopes that the left-hander will maintain this form.
Kagiso Rabada: Rabada has retained 17 wickets in seven Purple Cap matches and captain Iyer acts as a man-to-man whenever the team needs a win. His ability to run fast bowlers and bouncers and yorkers with accuracy has plagued the batsmen and in the absence of Ishant Sharma he has emerged as the attacking leader.
Ben Stokes: Stokes was very unpleasant on his return to the IPL but given his batting and ball form over the last year and a half, more can be expected from him from the England all-rounder. Stokes is equally adept at speed and spin, and when asked to open the innings in the first IPL 2020, he could be in favor of a medium or lower middle order.
Jose Butler: Butler has shown the brilliance of the tournament so far but has yet to play a match-fixing match. His highest score of 0 was against Mumbai Indians, while 1, 1, 22, 21 and of were less than expected. He raised his target and tried to give his team the victory it needed.
Rahul TewatiaIn Sharjah, after Kings XI Punjab’s brilliant off-0 run, Tewatia was seen batting cool, but part of it was due to RR’s extraordinary position. In the last match, Tevatia brought his ‘A’ game to the table with wickets in hand and a target, scoring an unbeaten 45 off 2 offs, including a four-wicket hat-trick against Rashid Khan. Tewatia has taken five wickets in seven matches so far.