Prediction of cricket match yesterday: Uthappa’s blitz ends in vain as Vince wins Giants 2-2

Robin Uthappa’s stellar 79 was going nowhere as the Dubai Capitals lost to the Gulf Giants at ILT20 in Dubai on Monday (January 16). Uthappa’s knock helped DC get a strong 182 on the board, but a good Century stand between James Vince and Gerhard Erasmus helped the Giants go home in the over.

Uthappa took Sanchit Sharma in four and six overs before taking 21 runs from the same bowler in the next over to advance to the game’s two overs to make 41. By this time, Joe Root, who was on the other side, had made only five.Chris Jordan was picked up at three-for-three at the bowling crease, and the veteran Indian batter hit 50 from just 26 deliveries. rice field. Root, who was a silent bystander the whole time, was caught by Vince when he attempted a dangerous run. That wicket proved to be a blessing in disguise when Rovman Powell came out and smashed two sixes off the next six balls. At halftime he had 96 on the board but looked on course to approach 200. But with Uthappa’s passing, that equation changed slightly. Powell marked 38 and Sikandar Raza was undefeated in his 30 chips, but Ravi He was beaten by Bopara and the Sri Lankan trio, Dasun Shanaka, Bhanukarajapaksa and Islu Udana, as a barrage of wickets saw the batting side finish just above his 182. Therefore, it was in the single digits. Rehman Ahmed got off to a great start, but the Giants quickly fell behind as Mujib Ul Rahman swept Lehman and Olly Pope off in the same over. With the offer rate up, the Giants needed someone to take the lead to lower the rate, and Erasmus stepped in with a straight six from Shanaka.

Vince then picked Mujib on 6 and 4, and after hitting his 50 for the second time in his two games of the tournament, he scored another big win against Raza with his cover of Deep. rice field. Udana, who got off to a good start with the ball, conceded four bounds to Erasmus in a single over as the stand of the century helped the Giants to dominate completely. Erasmus added his four to his two and raised 50. It didn’t hold up until the end, but Vince got the job done and went undefeated to the end with 83.

Brief scores: Dubai Capitals182/8 in 20 overs (Robin Uthappa 79, Rovman Powell 38; Rehan Ahmed 3/28) lost to Gulf Giants 183/4 in 19 overs (James Vince 83*, Gerhard Erasmus 52; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 2/36) by six wickets

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