In the wake of verifying an insistent success in the Super Over against the Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday, Delhi Capitals will confront a resurging Kings XI Punjab on Monday at the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali.
The home group likewise came back to winning ways on Saturday evening as they pursued down Mumbai Indians' objective of 177 keeps running with 8 wickets to save. While, the Delhi Capitals needed to verify a Super Over triumph in the wake of floundering towards the finish of their pursuit of 186 runs, which saw Prithvi Shaw finish score with 99 keeps running off only 55 balls.
In any case, Delhi Capitals' captain Shreyas Iyer, who scored a rankling 43 off 32 balls, trusts that his group performed well all through the match, and had the right to win.
"It was a nail-gnawing diversion however I am content with the manner in which the group played. It was a determined thump by Prithvi Shaw also, and the duty he brought with different players like Shikhar Dhawan, was incredible to see. I am content with the execution of the young men as it was a troublesome resistance yet we proved to be the best," he said.
Anticipating the following match against Kings XI Punjab, Shreyas stated, "We have just multi day's rest in the middle of and we will confront a Kings XI Punjab side who have additionally won two matches out of three so we are as of now level on focuses. It will be a difficult match against them in their very own lawn yet we are anticipating another success. The young men are truly energized after the nerve-gnawing triumph against KKR and we are for the most part gelling great together as a unit".
"I saw the match yesterday and I felt that it was a great wicket to bat on so we should consider which mix will be most appropriate to this track. We should play savvy cricket and be great in our methodology all through the 40 overs," said Iyer when asked on the test his group may confront when they play in Mohali.
In last season's comparing installation, it was Kings XI Punjab who verified a 6-wicket win as they pursued down Delhi's aggregate of 166/7 with seven balls to save. It was Delhi's previous captain Gautam Gambhir's 55 off 42 balls which drove the group to a decent aggregate, while Kings XI's Mohit Sharma and Mujeeb ur Rahman got two wickets each.
In answer, Kings XI got off to a flying begin with KL Rahul scoring a speedy flame 51 off 16 balls, while Karun Nair additionally scored 50 off 33 balls. At last, it was David Miller (24* off 23) and Marcus Stoinis (22* off 15) who took their group to the end goal.
The two groups have confronted each other on 22 events in IPL history, with Kings XI Punjab driving with 13 triumphs to their name, while Delhi have won the rest of the 9 matches.