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Former Indian batsman and Delhi Capitals' assistant coach Mohammad Kaif has said that captaincy will take young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant's game to the next level. Pant was appointed captain of Delhi Capitals for IPL 2021 after regular skipper Shreyas Iyer was ruled out due to injury. Iyer hurt his shoulder while fielding in the first ODI against England last month. A few days back, the DC management revealed that Pant will lead the side in IPL 2021.

Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin has claimed that attacking wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant could become a front-runner to captain the Indian team in the future. On Tuesday, Pant was confirmed as the captain of Delhi Capitals for IPL 2021 season, with regular skipper Shreyas Iyer being ruled to due to injury. Iyer hurt his shoulder while trying to stop a ball in the first ODI against England.

The Delhi Capitals put up impressive performances in both the innings to challenge the opposition, but fluent Mumbai batsmen chased down 157 without much fuss with skipper Rohit leading the way with 68(51) and Kishan staying till the end with 33*(19). With this win, the Mumbai Indians became just the second team to defend the title after the Chennai Super Kings

Played amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will finally reach its conclusion when defending champions Mumbai Indians take on Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2020 final at Dubai on Tuesday. MI, undoubtedly, go in as favourites having been there and done that multiple times in the past. For Delhi, this will be their maiden IPL final. Also, they have lost all three matches played against MI earlier in the tournament. So that definitely makes them underdogs.

Delhi Capitals progressed to their maiden IPL final following an excellent all-round display to stun Sunrisers Hyderabad in the second Qualifier at Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Batting first, DC posted an impressive 189 on the back of Shikhar Dhawan’s 78 and crucial contributions from Marcus Stoinis (38 from 27 opening the innings) and Shimron Hetmyer 42 not out from 22 balls.

After twelve attempts at reaching the final previously in vain, the Delhi Capitals finally managed to break the jinx as they beat the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs in the qualifier-2. The batsmen had done their job by putting up 189 runs on the board, and Rabada-Stoinis picked up seven wickets between them even as Williamson nearly pulled off a major heist.

Having knocked out Royal Challengers Bangalore with a thoroughly professional effort in the Eliminator on Friday, Sunrisers Hyderabad would go in with the upper hand when they take on Delhi Capitals in the second Qualifier of IPL 2020 at Abu Dhabi on Sunday. SRH have been on a roll, winning five of their last six matches. Delhi, on the other hand, have been having a tough time. They lost four matches in a row, and only a victory against RCB in their last league encounter ensured them qualification for play-offs.

Mumbai were clinical today, both with the bat and ball as they cruised to their sixth finale. After putting up 200 on the board, Boult and Bumrah bowled fiery spells with the ball, with Bumrah registering figures of 4-14.

It needed the entire duration of 56 matches to decide on the four teams who would make the IPL 2020 play-offs. On rather expected lines, two of the favourites to win the title this year, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals, will be facing each other in the first qualifier at Dubai on Thursday. On current form, Mumbai would go in with the edge despite their 10-wicket loss to Sunrisers Hyderabad, playing with an under-strength squad. MI beat DC in both the league stage games, first by five wickets and then by nine wickets