DEL vs MUM Match Dream11 Team and Match Prediction

Team Prediction -

Team 1 (For H2H Leagues) -

1. R Pant (VC)
2. E Lewis
3. S Yadav (C)
4. S Iyer
5. V Shankar
6. K Pandya
7. H Pandya
8. T Boult
9. Mclenaghan
10. H Patel
11. J Bumrah

Team 2 (For Bigger Leagues) -

1. R Pant (VC)
2. E Lewis
3. S Yadav
4. S Iyer
5. A Sharma
6. K Pandya
7. H Pandya (C)
8. T Boult
9. Mclenaghan
10. H Patel
11. J Bumrah

Other Choice For C VC -
E Lewis, I Kishan, K Pandya

Team News -

DD -
- Both teams playing their last match.
- DD is already out of the tournament. They will look to test their Players for next year
- They only played with 3 foreign players in last match. So this slot is quite risky, they can drop anyone and try anyone
- Maxwell is a definite risky option can be replaced by Munro.
- Local Players are more likely safe option in DD
- They can give chance to young opener M Karla, he can replace P Shaw today
- H Patel proved himself with Bat and Bowl and is likely to get promoted in upper order
- A Khan had a forgettable spell, he can get dropped too.
- It will be safe to pick only 4 Players from DD

Foreign Players -
Maxwell/Munro, Lamichhane, Boult

Players To Avoid -
Maxwell, A Khan, P Shaw (in H2H)

MI -
- Do Or Die match for them. Although their qualification depends on various other factors too but Winning this match is the least requirement
- They made an excellent comeback after winning 4 out of last 5 matches
- Most of the matches, they stick with the same Players. They won't be tinkering with their Winning combination anytime soon
- Pandya brothers are doing most of the work and are must haves
- Yadav and Sharma will be crucial in today's important match

Foreign Players -
Lewis, Pollard, Cutting, Mclenaghan

Players To Avoid -

Pitch Report - 
- Average first Inning Total is 180+ at Feroz Shah Kotla.
- Expect a High Scoring Match Today!!

Probable Playing XI -
(In Batting Order)

DD -
P Shaw/M Karla, S Iyer, R Pant, Maxwell/C Munro, V Shankar, A Sharma, H Patel, A Mishra, A Khan/Plunket, Lamichhane, Boult

MI -
S Yadav, E Lewis, I Kishan, R Sharma, K Pandya, H Pandya, K Pollard, Cutting, Mclenaghan, Markande, J Bumrah
Team Blueprint -

WK -
R Pant (Must Have) (C VC)
I Kishan (Excellent Credit Saver. Safe)

E Lewis (Must Have) (C VC)
S Yadav (Must Have) (C VC)
R Sharma (Quite Costly)
S Iyer (Costly. But Good)
V Shankar (Good Credit Saver)
Pollard (Hit Or Miss)

K Pandya (Must Have)
H Pandya (Must Have)
A Sharma (Excellent Credit Saver)

J Bumrah (Must Have)
T Boult (Must Have)
H Patel (Must Have)
A Mishra (Taking Wickets Consistently)
M Mclenaghan (Safe Pick)

Expert Advice -

WK -
- R Pant is second highest run scorer this tournament so far. He is a must have
- I Kishan can be a really good punt. Back in form and top order.

- Yadav and Lewis both are must haves form MI
- You can take either one if Iyer or Sharma
- Shankar can be a really good pick as DD top order getting collapse

- Both Pandya brothers are must have
- A Sharma can be a good credit Saver

- Take any 4 or all 5 recommended bowlers
- S Lamichhane can be a bit risky as he is a foreign player. But he is most likely to retain his spot.

Stats That Matters -

- R Pant is the 3rd Highest run scorer this tournaments so far. He has scored 620 runs in 13 matches

- R Pant holds the First Rank for hitting most sixes this tournament, 33 in 13 matches

- Boult is the leading wicket taker for DD, taking 17 wickets in 13 matches

- Surprisingly Hardik Pandya holds the 3rd spot for leading wicket taker with 18 wickets in 13 matches.

- Hardik has dismissed Left Handers 5 times in 10 overs this season. Pant is the main Left Hander in opp team

- T Boult too has a good record against left Handers. Pricking up 6 wickets in 14 overs. Lewis Kishan and Krunal are left Handers in opp team

- Boult needs 3 wickets to score 100 in T20 cricket

- Bumrah taken 13 wickets in death overs this season


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