Dream11 IPL Post Match Expert Review: Match#20 Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)

Dream11 Post Match Expert Review: Match#20 Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

Dream11 IPL Match 20 Post Match Review: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)

The chance of playoffs for Royal Challengers Bangalore seems to be going downhill, as they suffered a 6th straight loss in the season. Delhi Capitals made the most use of the surface first up by restricting the hosts to a below-par total. Later, it was a walk in the park for the DC batsmen for chasing the target down. Although Bangalore may have picked a few wickets at the end, it was too late as they had virtually lost the match by then.

FD Players Performance

Players who performed well

Shreyas Iyer

The Dehli captain led the team from the front in the chase. He applied himself to the given situation when Dhawan departed early in the innings. He played cautiously alongside Prithvi Shaw early in his innings. Later, he accelerated with attractive shots all around the park. His brisk half-century aided other batsmen to play their natural game. He made 49.5 points in the match.

Kagiso Rabada

The Right-arm pacer was conferred the man of the match title since he picked important wickets whenever the team needed. His spell destroyed the Bangalore batting line up as regular fall of wickets didn’t allow them to build an innings. He made 47 points.

Moeen Ali

The middle-order batsman had played a handy cameo in the match, which helped the scoreboard move for some time in the Bangalore innings. Later he also took the wicket of Colin Ingram in the Delhi innings. He made 32.5 points in the match and proved his worth to be in the team.

Rishabh Pant

The wicketkeeper-batsman had lived up to the expectations set on him, as he came up with a brisk knock in the chase and proved to be worthy behind the stumps too. Although if he had finished the game for his side it would have been ideal for them. But nevertheless, he came up with a decent performance as he made 26 points in the match.

Virat Kohli

The Bangalore Captain had played an uncharacteristic knock in the match, as he was not allowed to play his natural game at any stage with regular fall of wickets. But his knock proved to be a vital cog of Bangalore’s innings, as it allowed other batsmen to play their natural game. He made 25 points in the match.

Chirs Morris

He may have been dismissed without scoring anything in the chase, but he was handy with his fielding and bowling. He dismissed Parthiv early in the innings which indeed set the tone for the Delhi Capitals with the ball. He made 20 points in the match.

Players who didn’t perform

Yuzvendra Chahal

The leg-spinner failed to live up to the expectations on him. He hadn’t picked a wicket in the match and proved to be expensive with his bowling. He made only 5.5 points in the match.

Shikhar Dhawan

The Delhi opener couldn’t contribute any points in the match as he dismissed for a duck in the match.

FD Grand league team predictions

We almost nailed it with our predictions in the match. We came close to the dream team in terms of points. If Rishabh Pant had seen through the chase till the end the predictions would have been even more accurate.

Here is the GL team that fared better than our predictions

FD Grand league team

Player Points
Rishabh Pant:(VC) 39
Shreyas Iyer:(C) 99
Colin Ingram: 19
Prithvi Shaw: 18.5
Virat Kohli: 25
Marcus Stoinis: 10.5
Moeen Ali: 32.5
Chris Morris: 20
Pawan Negi: 11
Kagiso Rabada: 47
Sandeep Lamichhane: 13
Total: 334.5


Dream Team

Player Points
Rishabh Pant: 26
Prithvi Shaw: 16.5
Akshdeep Nath: 17.5
Shreyas Iyer: 49.5
Colin Ingram: 19
Virat Kohli: 25
Moeen Ali: 32.5
Chris Morris: 20
Navdeep Saini: 27
Kagiso Rabada: 47
Tim Southee: 17.5


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