Players to watch out for in the IPL 2020 final

By Bet Barter

November 10, 2020

The IPL 2020 has been one hell of a rollercoaster ride, and now the situation has boiled down to the epic finale between two of the most consistent teams this season – Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians. These 2 juggernauts have previously collided 27 times in the past, with Mumbai Indians winning 15 times and Delhi Capitals winning the remaining 12.

Moreover, since it is a T20 match, a stunning knock or an epic wicket haul could turn out to be match-winning performances for either side, and neither of them is short of match winners.

Here we list down some of the potential game-changers in the IPL 2020 Final

Rohit Sharma

The hard-hitting MI captain will certainly be one player to look out for. Having managed to hit 264 runs in 11 games, he is one to sway the game to his favor if he is in the mood.

Hardik Pandya

Another hard hitter of the ball, Hardik Pandya has everything in his arsenal to win games for his team. He has managed to hit 278 runs in 13 games, with an impressive strike rate of almost 182.9. This is an indication of how well he can strike the ball, not to mention how long.

Jasprit Bumrah

Jasprit Bumrah would be regarded by many as arguably the best Mumbai Indians bowler, thanks to his ability to bowl deadly yorkers. The Indian bowler has managed an impressive 27 wickets in just 14 games, with a tremendous economy of just under seven. In short, he could turn out to be a nightmare for those DC batsmen.

Marcus Stoinis

The SRH allrounder could be one to grab all the eyeballs today, given how well his batting and bowling performances have been. Everybody knows how he’s managed to win games for his team in the past, and, hence, one shouldn’t be surprised if he does it on D-Day too.

Kagiso Rabada

The current Purple Cap holder, Kagiso Rabada, has taken the IPL 2020 by storm. Picking up 29 wickets in just 16 games, we can all see why he could be a potential game-changer today. He’s got all the weapons in the locker-terrifying pace and accurate delivery. Rabada bowling to the MI captain will be another final of its own.

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