Delhi Capitals v Sunrisers Hyderabad
6/11/20, 2pm (GMT), Abu Dhabi
Sunrisers Hyderabad have scrapped their way into what is essentially a semi-final to play Mumbai Indians in the decided on Tuesday, beating RCB in a nervy game on Friday.
Kane Williamson and Jason Holder held their nerve with the bat so guide Sunrisers to a six-wicket win, but injuries to their squad have left the line-up slightly short in crucial areas and they will be relying on their bowling attack to do the damage against a confidence-shot Delhi Capitals.
The Capitals subsided meekly in their opening qualifier against Mumbai with their top three all failing to score, and such is their poor run of form they actually go into this game as second favourites against in-form Sunrisers, who have been playing knock-out cricket for two weeks now and are battle hardened.
Sandeep Sharma top bowler for Sunrisers – 7/2
Given the weaknesses of the Capitals top-order, Sandeep Sharma will fancy his chance of making early inroads following a good run of form himself with the new ball.
The swing bowler had taken 9 wickets in his previous four games before the RCB clash and will fancy getting stuck into Prithvi Shaw early on
|Shikhar Dhawan – 525||David Warner – 546|
|Shreyas Iyer – 433||Manish Pandey – 404|
|Marcus Stoinis – 314||Jonny Bairstow – 345|
|Rishabh Pant – 285||Kane Williamson – 250|
|Kagiso Rabada – 25||Rashid Khan – 19|
|Anrich Nortje – 20||T Natarajan – 16|
|Ravi Ashwin – 13||Sandeep Sharma – 13|
|Marcus Stoinis – 9||Jason Holder – 13|