Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians Dream 11 Prediction, will history change?: If luck is in cricket, many times, the doors of success are opened. Fate wins the toss also helps to win the game. The uncertainty of a big player of the opposing team is again damaged.
Luck lavished all sorts of favors on the Delhi Capital to beat Sunrisers Hyderabad, who had lost five of the six matches by Sunday, to reach the IPL-13 final.
The Delhi team has made a new history with this success. This team is going to play the final of IPL for the first time.
In this occasion of Delhi, luck of the team is also a significant role with the 'aggressive strategy' of the group.
Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians Dream 11 Prediction
The Hyderabad team, which was challenging Delhi in the second qualifier of IPL-13, had won four matches in a row and was considered a favorite. Hyderabad also defeated Delhi twice. Delhi had chased the target on both the previous occasions and failed to win.
Luck was on, and captain Shreyas Iyer won the toss and agreed to risk bowling amid dew to change the result. That is, he chose to bat.
Delhi Capitals and its Fate
Delhi showed aggressive tactics in a 'do or die' match with Shikhar Dhawan sending Marcus Stoinis to the start of the innings. In the first two overs, this bet did not look 'unmatched'. But on the third ball of the third over, Jason Holder hit a catch by Stoinis and as if the door of luck opened completely for Delhi.
Stoinis had scored three runs in seven balls till he missed the catch and after that, he scored 35 runs in 20 balls. During this, five fours and a six came out of his bat.
Stoinis's aggressive style also allowed Shikhar Dhawan to regain his rhythm. Dhawan had failed to open the account three times in four matches before Sunday's game. He was the top scorer of the match against Hyderabad by scoring 78 runs. Fielder of Hyderabad was kind to them too.
Hyderabad captain David Warner did not try to hide his players' disappointment over this flaw. After the match, he said, "If you keep dropping catches and miss opportunities, you cannot win the tournament."
Rabada on Top
Luck was not just on the batsmen of Delhi. The bowlers also got the uncertainty, and they also narrated it.
Kagiso Rabada, who took four wickets in the match, said, "Today was my day. I don't think I bowled well in the last over".
Interestingly, Rabada took three wickets in his last over. The first wicket of these was the tremendous hitting Abdul Samad. Just before he was dismissed, Samad had hit six spots on Rabada.
The ball on which Samad was denied was a full-toss, and Rabada was lucky that the ball was a few inches below the waist. If this ball was called a no-ball and the batsman got a free hit, then the appearance of the match could have changed.
Now Mumbai's turn?
After getting the final ticket, Rabada is also looking at the equation of the agar-buts but not on the match against Hyderabad but against the Mumbai Indians on Tuesday's last game.
He has achieved the Purple Cap with the highest number of 29 wickets in the tournament, but his focus is more on getting the IPL trophy than saving this 'cap'.
Rabada said, "If we win the tournament, then the competition going on with the Purple Cap does not matter. The Delhi team never reached the final. We are happy that we have brought the team there.
Hopefully, in the final we Will make it more historic, Mumbai team is, good. Our team is young and we also have a lot of talent. "
Talking about the statistics, the Mumbai Indians have a lot more weight than the Delhi Capitals. Mumbai has defeated Delhi three times in IPL-13. The last time Mumbai beat this team in the first qualifier. Mumbai had won that match by 57 runs.
But, in that match, Delhi Capitals exposed the weaknesses of the Mumbai team. Captain Rohit Sharma and vice-captain Kerrone Pollard were also not allowed to open the account. Then, after losing three wickets without scoring any runs, the power of struggle was shown.
Stoinis the Savior
Stoinis, who was Delhi's top scorer by scoring 65 against Mumbai, became the man of the match against Hyderabad. He managed to shine with the ball with the bat. He took a total of three wickets including the crucial wicket of Kane Williams.
Stoinis feels that something like his fate against Hyderabad can also be against Mumbai.
Stoinis said after the match against Hyderabad, "Mumbai is a very good team but they have a bad day to come. If we can show our best game, victory will be won."
Virender Sehwag, who was part of the Delhi team at one point in time, is also seeing the arrival of Delhi Capitals for the first time in the IPL final as an 'odd coincidence'.
Desire in Delhi
However, the change in the thinking of Delhi Capitals players of the victory over Hyderabad is visible. The players of Delhi are not in fear of Mumbai Indians but are showing in enthusiasm. They see a chance to create final match history. He is also confident of coach Ricky Ponting's strategy with luck.
This strategy played a crucial role in portraying Hyderabad in a qualifier match. The Delhi batsmen said that their strategy was to neutralize the pressure created by the tournament's most economical bowler Rashid Khan's four overs.
Hyderabad captain David Warner had a lot to say even after losing the match. Warner's bat against Delhi remained silent, and his team too could not do miracles, but Warner reminded that no one had expected his team to reach here when the tournament started.
Kane Williamson managed to make the farewell memorable through an innings of 67 against Delhi. Abdul Samad, who scored 33 runs in just 16 balls, showed the bat and did not allow the match to be unilateral.