Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Prediction dream11 Team

Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Prediction
 Apr 28, 2019  
16:00:00, GMT +5:30  
Feroz Shah Kotla - Delhi, India  
Image Credit by wwwiplt20com

Delhi Capitals are second in the IPL table after seven wins from 11 matches so far, including five from the last six. Though still bottom of the league, Royal Challengers Bangalore have put a six-game losing streak behind them by winning four of their last five games to stay in play-off contention. Delhi ended their losing streak in this fixture by beating Bangalore by four wickets when they last met, after Kagiso Rabada claimed 4-21 with the ball and Shreyas Iyer's 67 led the chase of 150 to win.

Who will win DC vs RCB, IPL 2019?

Second-placed Delhi Capitals host welcome resurgent Royal Challengers Bangalore to the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground in the 2019 Indian Premier League. Scheduled for April 28, the live action begins at 16:00 local time.

DC vs RCB, IPL 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming

TV channels: Star Sports, SuperSport, Geo Super, Willow TV, Fox Sports, Channel 9, Lemar TV, Flow TV, BeIN Sport

Live streaming: Hotstar, BeIN connect, Yupp TV, Flow Sports, Foxtel Go

DC vs RCB Toss Prediction

Delhi have won the toss in each of their last two matches and elected to field first, though some teams have had success batting first at the Feroz Shah Kotla this season too.

Delhi Capitals Team News & Playing 11

DC Team News

Though Sandeep Lamichhane featured in the last home game and took three wickets, South African all-rounder Chris Morris was back last time out for the win against Rajasthan. Those two, alongside Sherfane Rutherford, appear to be competing for two spots.

DC Key Players

Kagiso Rabada claimed one of his two four-wicket hauls so far this season when these teams last met and the South African paceman has been in stunning bowling form. Rabada has 23 wickets in 11 games so far and sits comfortably top of the bowling charts.

Chris Morris is next on the list for Delhi, after returning to the team with a wicket last time out. He now has 12 in eight matches, while Sandeep Lamichhane – who has also been in and out of this team – has eight from five.

After back-to-back half-centuries, Shikhar Dhawan remains their top run scorer – he now has 401 from 11 matches, including four half-centuries in total.

Rishabh Pant’s top score of 78 from 36 balls last time out move him back to second in their batting charts, meanwhile. His 336 runs have come at a strike rate of 163.10 too.

Shreyas Iyer has 331 runs, including two half-centuries, and Prithvi Shaw has shown good form at the top of the order too, including 42 as a useful partner to both Dhawan and Shaw last time out.

DC Team Form

Delhi’s run of three straight wins was ended by Mumbai Indians but they have climbed back to second in the table of IPL 2019 by beating Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals.

Against the former, Sandeep Lamichhane claimed 3-40 and Kagiso Rabada 2-23 as they restricted them to 163/7, before Shreyas Iyer and Shikhar Dhawan scored half-centuries in a successful chase. Then, needing 192 to beat Rajasthan, another Dhawan half-century and 78 not out from 36 balls from Rishabh Pant led them to a six-wicket win with four balls to spare.

Delhi Capitals Predicted Playing 11

Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer (c), Rishabh Pant (wk), Colin Ingram, Chris Morris, Axar Patel, Amit Mishra, Kagiso Rabada, Ishant Sharma, Sandeep लामिछाने

Royal Challengers Bangalore Team News & Playing 11

RCB Team News

Moeen Ali has left to join up with the England squad for their pre-World Cup ODI series with Pakistan, which will force Royal Challengers Bangalore into at least one change. Shimron Hetmyer, Colin de Grandhomme and Heinrich Klaasen are among the contenders to replace him. Dale Steyn is unavailable too due to his shoulder injury and so Tim Southee, who replaced him last time out, will continue in his place.

RCB Key Players

AB de Villiers scored his fifth half-century of the tournament last time out, eventually finishing unbeaten on 82 from 44 balls – including seven sixes – to move past Virat Kohli and on to 414 runs in ten innings so far.

Kohli is just behind, having also reached 400 runs for the season last time out, and the two being back to their best form has been a key part of RCB’s resurgence.

Parthiv Patel has weighed in with 326 runs, meanwhile, and Marcus Stoinis’ unbeaten 46 from 34 balls was his highest score of the season and a reminder of the form he showed in the Big Bash League.

With the ball, Umesh Yadav claimed 3-36 last time out to move to seven wickets for the tournament. Yuzvendra Chahal remains their leading wicket-taker, however, with 14 from 11 games.

RCB now need Tim Southee to step up, with Dale Steyn out injured for the rest of the tournament – the New Zealand paceman, alongside Stoinis, needs more wickets.

RCB Team Form

Royal Challengers Bangalore have recovered well from losing their first six matches in a row and they have now won their last three to move to four wins in total for the season.

Virat Kohli’s century from 58 balls, in a total of 213/4, kicked off the current winning streak as they posted 213/4 against Kolkata Knight Riders and held on to win by ten runs.

Next, they faced Chennai Super Kings and won a thriller by one run – defending 161/7 after Parthiv Patel’s 53 from 37 balls.

Last time out, AB de Villiers was the star man with an unbeaten 82 from 44 balls against Kings XI Punjab. That helped RCB to 202/4 and a 17-run win.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Predicted Playing 11

Virat Kohli (c), Parthiv Patel (wk), AB de Villiers, Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Akshdeep Nath, Navdeep Saini, Washington Sundar, Umesh Yadav, Tim Southee, Yuzvendra Chahal

Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)

DC : W W L W W

DC vs RCB Head to Head

Delhi Capitals’ win against Royal Challengers Bangalore was just their seventh in 23 previous matches against them, having lost both times in each of the previous two seasons. RCB have won 14 outright plus a further one after a tie, and there has been one no result.

Kagiso Rabada was man of the match in this season’s previous game, claiming 4-21 to restrict Bangalore to 149/8. In reply, Shreyas Iyer scored 67 from 50 balls as Delhi claimed a four-wicket win with seven balls remaining.

Matches Played DC Won RCB Won Tie                 No Result
            23               7      14          1 (RCB s/over)

DC vs RCB Prediction

Delhi Capitals are in good form, sitting second in the IPL table, and – though RCB have been resurgent of late – the loss of Dale Steyn and Moeen Ali could hit Bangalore hard. Delhi can record a home win.


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