Delhi Daredevils (DD) and Mumbai Indians (MI) will square-off in Match 17 of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016 on Saturday. The venue is Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi. DD, however not an exceptionally solid group on paper, have performed sensibly well in the competition. Subsequent to losing the primary diversion, they convincingly won their next two conflicts. Thrill seekers will now confront Mumbai Indians, one of the top groups in IPL history. Having won two matches on a jog, Delhi are high on certainty and are relied upon to give Mumbai some furious rivalry. Both the groups beat an intense resistance Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in their last experience. Bhaskar Narayan takes you through the probable XI of the host group Delhi.
DD vs MI Prediction Today IPL 17th Match 23rd April 2016
Delhi Daredevils Will Win The Match
Quinton de Kock is in sizzling structure. He hit a wonderful hundred in the last conflict against RCB which was after he had scored a quickfire half century against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP). He will open the innings with Shreyas Iyer, and Sanju Samson will come at No. 3. Shreyas was somewhat lamentable against RCB as he was gotten at the ropes by a heavenly exertion by Shane Watson and David Wiese. Contemplating the class of Shreyas and his dangerous batting capacities, it is impossible for DD to drop him. Samson will give some soundness to the side if Delhi lose an early wicket. He has not performed to his maximum capacity in the competition yet he is still anticipated that would make it to the playing XI.
Chris Morris went wicketless yet gave just 29 keeps running in the last match. Morris has been exceptionally prudent in the alliance. He has given just 5.75 keeps running on a normal in the past three recreations. Pawan Negi with his left-arm twist will offer great backing to leg-reprieve bowler Amit Mishra. Captain Zaheer Khan will open the playing with Morris while Mohammed Shami will be the main change. Zaheer may pick Imran Tahir in front of Shami if the pitch has all the earmarks of being exceptionally turn inviting however then they will need to drop one among de Kock, Duminy, Brathwaite or Morris. Dropping Brathwaite or Duminy will debilitate the batting, and de Kock and Morris are in shimmering touch. Further, batting all-rounder Duminy has got minimal opportunity to bat. Along these lines, it won’t be sensible to supplant him with Tahir unless the track bolsters turn bigly.