IPL 2021 DC vs RR playing xi prediction
Will Rajasthan team field this swashbuckling spinner against Delhi? How will the playing XI be
IPL 2021 DC vs RR playing xi prediction Rajasthan is facing difficulties due to the withdrawal of the big players of the team from the second phase. Let’s take a look at the playing XI of Rajasthan Royals team in today’s match.
New Delhi, Online Desk. In the 14th season of the Indian Premier League, Rajasthan Royals will face Delhi Capitals in the first match of the day on Super Saturday. Delhi is in blazing form while Rajasthan is still struggling. Rajasthan is facing difficulties due to the withdrawal of big players of the team from the second leg matches. Let’s take a look at the playing XI of Rajasthan Royals team in today’s match.
The Rajasthan team has suffered a lot due to the absence of star batsman Jos Buttler, star bowler Jofra Archer and match-winning all-rounder Ben Stokes. Compensating these three is a big deal for the team. Some changes can be seen in the Rajasthan team in this afternoon match. World number one T20 bowler spinner Tabrez Shamsi can be given a chance in this match.
In the opening, the pair of Yashasvi Jaiswal and Evin Lewis had batted very well against Punjab in the last match. With this pairing, the team would like to move forward. Liam Livingstone and Mahipal Lomror, along with captain Sanju Samson, batted very well in the middle order. Lomror made 43 off 17 balls while Livingstone played a short but useful innings of 25 runs off 17 balls. Riyan Parag is expected to do better for the team.
In the bowling, Karthik Tyagi gave the team a thrilling victory by defending 4 runs in the last over. Now after this the expectations from him have increased even more. Apart from this, there are experienced fast bowlers Chris Morris and Mustafizur Rahman in the team, while young Chetan Sakariya is also bowling very well. The team also has an all-rounder like Rahul Tewatia.
- Probable Playing XI of Rajasthan Royals
Evin Lewis, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Sanju Samson (c, wk), Liam Livingstone, Mahipal Lomror, Riyan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Chris Morris, Chetan Sakaria, Karthik Tyagi, Mustafizur Rahman