DELHI VS KOLKATA PREDICTION 2021
ACCORDING TO OUR REPORT
TOSS WINNER – KOLKATA
MATCH WINNER – KOLKATA DEFEND HOGA (155)
The Delhi Capitals were defeated by Royal Challengers Bangalore by one run and now have a brief turnaround before their next contest. They will face the Kolkata Knight Riders, who are coming off a fantastic victory over the Punjab Kings in their previous match.
Both teams seem to have some flaws that need to be addressed, and the centre of the table is becoming more crowded, so any more errors may be expensive. The match will be held in Ahmedabad, a venue that has a history of relatively high-scoring matches, with dew also playing a part in many of them.
The IPL 2021 match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders will be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on April 29, 2021.
The Delhi Capitals did a lot of stuff right in their match against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, but they still lost. Rishab Pant, who had an uncharacteristic inning of 58 runs off 48 pitches, must shoulder a considerable portion of the blame. He struggled the whole time and couldn’t seem to find the limits when they were needed.
However, even the best players will have bad days, and in general, DC has been in good shape. We have felt they picked the correct team in the previous match. They replaced Lalit Yadav with Ishant Sharma, who improved the bowling attack significantly.
DC has five excellent bowlers to choose from, with Avesh Khan and Amit Mishra still in excellent wicket-taking form, Axar Patel back in the squad, and even Kagiso Rabada reaching his stride. Marcus Stoinis getting the final over was a little weird, but it ended up being the difference.
Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw are in fine shape and scoring regularly, but Steve Smith’s form is a cause for concern. He is yet to get moving in the IPL, and the demand on him to succeed will undoubtedly increase. Marcus Stoinis seemed to be getting some decent shots off before getting down, and Shimron Hetmyer returned the confidence showed in him.
KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS
Even though they had a batting collapse while chasing, KKR were able to win due to their outstanding bowling success in the previous match. On the best batting surface in the tournament, KKR kept Punjab Kings to just 123 runs.
The best bowlers in the previous match were Shivam Mavi, Sunil Narine, and Prasiddh Krishna. And if the results were not in their favour, KKR stuck with the same starting eleven. We’re not convinced that being too conservative with the starting eleven is a smart idea.
There are some obvious flaws in the squad, but it’s possible that a lack of depth in the squad is stopping Eoin Morgan from making the necessary improvements.
Sunil Narine hasn’t scored runs in a long time, and Nitish Rana and Shubman Gill aren’t in the best of form. Eoin Morgan, who has been struggling for a long time, even managed to score runs in the previous match.
Andre Russell, Dinesh Karthik, and Pat Cummins have only pitched one decent inning, leaving the whole batting order a little shaky.
KKR seems to be best suited to playing on Ahmedabad’s bouncy wicket, which is why they could give DC a run for their money in this match.