Dubai: The title match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals (MI vs DC Final) is to be played today in IPL 2020. Everyone’s eyes are on this final match to be held at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Actually MI and Delhi have been the top two teams this season.
In such a situation, this final can also prove to be a high-voltage match. Before this, we are going to tell you what is the account of the figures in this title match of Mumbai and Delhi.
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Mumbai is heavy on Delhi this season
Significantly, in the IPL 13, the team of Mumbai Indians is very heavy on the Delhi Capitals. This is the reason why Mumbai is considered a favorite in the final match. In fact, this season, the MI team, including the first qualifier, has defeated Delhi in three matches.
MI’s DC finals showdown
Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) will go on to play the 200th match of his IPL career in this title match against Delhi Capitals. Before Rohit Hitman Sharma, Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has become the only player to have played the most 204 matches in this league.
Also, Rohit can cross the figure of 4000 runs by playing for Mumbai Indians as soon as he makes 8 in this match. So, as soon as 43 runs are scored, Rohit Sharma will complete 3000 runs as captain.
Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer has scored 456 runs in 16 matches thanks to two brilliant half-centuries, batting amazing this season. If Iyer bats against Mumbai Indians 46 runs. So for the first time in his IPL career, he can cross the halt of 500 runs in a season.
Mumbai Indians all-rounder Kieron Pollard is just two sixes away from hitting 200 sixes in the Indian Premier League. In such a situation, 2 sixes are scored against Delhi, Pollard will become the sixth and only Mumbai batsman to hit 200 sixes in this league.
Mumbai wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock will complete his 200 matches in T2 cricket as soon as he plays this final match. With this, DeCock needs 61 runs to complete the 2000 runs in IPL and T20 cricket to cross the 6000 runs mark.
Delhi Capitals star spin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin can achieve a big achievement in this title match. In fact, Ashwin is just 2 wickets behind from taking 250 wickets in T20 cricket. Piyush Rice has 257 and Amit Mishra 256 T20 wickets before Ashwin.
Ishaan Kishan of Mumbai Paltan has done amazing batting in IPL 2020. Kishan has scored 483 runs in 13 matches this season. In such a situation, Kishan Mazah is behind 17 runs by completing 500 runs for the first time in a season of IPL. Please tell that Ishaan has played 99 fights against RCB in his first match of this tournament, and has also put 4 fifties so far.
Mumbai Indians fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has taken 27 wickets this season. So right there in the list of Purple Cap this year, Bumurah’s name is on the other side. In such a situation, Bumrah needs 3 wickets to get ahead of Purple Cap Holder Delhi Capitals fast bowler Kagiso Rabada by 29 wickets.