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IPL 2021: MI vs RCB Dream11 Team, Dream11 Prediction & analysis

IPL 2021: MI vs RCB 

If you’re someone who is more than just a fantasy player and a genuine cricket fan who also loves numbers, kindly do watch all the sections in the video. Will be worth your time 🙂

SECTION 1: VENUE: 

Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 

Average scores at Chennai: 

YearMatches Avg 1st innings scoreAvg 1st innings winning score 
IPL 20198144/5166/4 
Overall 57164/6173/6 

Toss impact at Chennai: (only venue where batting first have won more games) 

YearMatches Bat 1st wonBat 2nd wonToss win batToss win bowl
Overall5735223621 
IPL 201984426

In IPL 2019, while defending 150+ at Chepauk 

Matches:5, won: 4, lost: 1 

IPL overall, while defending 150+ at Chepauk

Matches: 39, won: 29 (74%), lost: 10 

Stadium wise numbers in IPL: (All the numbers mentioned below are since 2018)

Stadium wise runs break-up: 

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Stadium wise Pace vs Spin: 

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Phase wise numbers at Chennai: (last two seasons)

Overs Average wicketsOthers
1-61.9 1.3-1.4
7-152.22.3-2.4
16-201.4 2

So, at Chennai, you can expect more wickets with the new ball than any other venue and interestingly, the lowest at the death among all the current venues. 

You already know how to use that in your fantasy team. 

Best bowling type at the venue: Off-spin (Thanks to Bhajji)

SECTION 2: Predicted XI’s: 

RCB: 

Kohli (C) (RHB) 

Devdutt Padikkal (LHB) 

Maxwell* (RHB) 

ABD (WK)* (RHB) 

Rajat Patidar/Sachin Baby (RHB/LHB) 

Sundar (LHB, RAO) 

Dan Christian* (RHB, RAM)

Shahbaz Ahmed (LAO, LHB)

Kyle Jamieson* (RAM, RHB) 

Chahal (RALB) 

Saini (RAF)/Siraj (RAM)

*As per the current overseas combination and the conditions at Chepauk, two should play among Shahbaz, Siraj & Saini. 

MI: 

Rohit (C) (RHB) 

QDK (WK) (LHB)/Lynn (Kishan opens, if QDK misses due to quarantine)

Suryakumar (RHB) 

Kishan (LHB) 

Hardik (RHB, RAM) 

Pollard (RHB, RAM)

Krunal (LHB, LAO) 

NCN/Chawla (RAM/RALB)

Rahul Chahar (RALB) 

Boult (LAM) 

Bumrah (RAF) 

*Doubts on QDK’s availability. While all other South African players are currently in quarantine and will not be available for the first game for their respective sides, there are reports that QDK had a bubble to bubble transfer through a charter plane. But so far, I haven’t seen him anywhere with the team. 

*If QDK misses, Lynn can open. Or MI can open with Kishan (more likely to happen) and play Tiwary or Neesham in the MO. 

*MI have the luxury to go with just the 3 overseas and play an extra Indian spinner as Hardik is bowling fit. 

SECTION 3: Recent Form: 

RCB: 

Kohli: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Devdutt: 

Pre-season form: Excellent 

(Will be coming directly without match practice)

Maxwell: 

Pre-season form: Very good

Practice game: 44(31) 

ABD: 

Pre-season: Hasn’t played any cricket after lPL 2020 

Rajat Patidar: 

Pre-season form: Good. Ideal position in domestic: 3-4 

Practice game: 54(35), 104(49)

Shahbaz Ahmed: 

Pre-season form: Good. Ideal position in Domestic: MO

Practice game: 39(15), 95(48) (opened)

KS Bharat: 

Pre-season form: Average. Ideal position in Dom: Open in T20, can also bat in MO

Practice game: 38*(28), 47(26) (opened)

Sundar: 

Pre-season form: Excellent with the bat, average with the ball. 

Sachin Baby: 

Pre-season form: Excellent. Ideal position in Domestic: 4-5 

Dan Christian: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Practice game: 3/38 

Mohammad Siraj: 

Pre-season form: Good. But hasn’t played white ball cricket from a long time. 

Practice game: 4-24-1 

Yuzi Chahal: 

Pre-season form: Poor 

Practice game: 4-20-2 

Navdeep Saini:

Pre-season form: Poor 

Practice game: 3/40, 2/33 

Daniel Sams: 

Pre-season form: Good 

*Unavailable due to isolation 

Kyle Jamieson: 

Pre-season form: Poor last few games for NZ 

Harshal Patel: 

Pre-season form: DNP in Vijay Hazare & SMAT. 

Practice game: MoM in first practice game  for a couple of wickets and 30 odd runs down the order. 

Adam Zampa: 

Pre-season form: Average 

MI: 

QDK: 

Pre-season form: Decent. 

Rohit: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Ishan Kishan: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Suryakumar: 

Pre-season form: Excellent 

Hardik: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Pollard: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Krunal: 

Pre-season form: Excellent with the bat, poor with the ball. 

Rahul Chahar: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Trent Boult: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Bumrah: 

Pre-season form: Good. Has been away from white ball cricket for a while. 

Adam Milne: 

Pre-season form: Decent 

NCN: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Piyush Chawla: 

Pre-season form: Good 

Jayant Yadav: 

Pre-season form: Good

SECTION 4: Player Battles: 

(Very useful section for 5 overs Live fantasy) 

Rohit vs Siraj & Saini: 

Balls 38
Runs65
Outs0

Add Christian to this list, and Rohit has never been dismissed by any current RCB pacer in this game. (Yet to face Jamieson)

Rohit vs Sundar: 

Balls19 
Runs17 
Outs2 (17 & 20) 

Rohit vs Chahal: 

Balls 31
Runs29
Outs 1 (2014) 

(Has hit Chahal just one four and is yet to hit a six against him)

QDK vs Sundar: 

Balls 37
Runs34
Outs0

QDK vs Leg-spin in T20’s 

Innings 34
Outs12
Average 25.2 
HS29

QDK vs Chahal: 

In T20’s

YearBallsRunsOuts
2015101
201615221
2019981
202033
Total28334

ODI’s in 2018: 

Balls17
Runs10
Outs

We dropped QDK due to Chahal last season, and interestingly, he again got out to him. Will the trend continue this year too?

Surya vs Chahal: 

Balls 46
Runs58 
Outs

(Never been dismissed by any other RCB bowler who is likely to play in this game) 

Ishan vs Chahal: 

Balls 15 
Runs28
Outs

Ishan vs Saini: 

Balls20
Runs38
Outs0

Pollard vs Christian:

Balls35
Runs71 
Outs4

Last faced in 2019, when Pollard smashed 6 balls 22* against Dan.

Pollard vs Chahal: (since 2017)

Balls33
Runs55
Outs4

(Last season: 20* off 6) 

Hardik vs Chahal: 

Balls22
Runs23
Outs

Hardik vs Siraj, Saini and Sundar: 

Balls50
Runs79
Outs0

Virat vs Boult (in T20’s) 

Balls29
Runs44
Outs0
SR151

Padikkal vs Boult: 

Balls 14 
Runs18
Outs

Maxwell vs Bumrah: (Bumrah’s most dismissals against any batsmen)

Balls58
Runs67
Outs6

Maxwell vs Chahar: 

Balls17 
Runs18
Outs

AB vs Krunal (till 2017) 

Balls32
Runs33
Outs4

AB vs Krunal (After 2017) 

Balls15 
Runs18 
Outs0

Went on to score 70, 75, 55 and 15 against MI after 2017. 

Bumrah vs RCB: (His most wickets against any IPL team) 

Innings 15
Overs58
Wickets 19 
SR18.3
Best3/14 

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SECTION 5: History between the two teams 

Before we talk about the two teams’s H2H history, we cannot miss MI’s history in their opening games every season. 

MI in their opening IPL games since 2013: 

2020: Lost

2019: Lost 

2018: Lost 

2017:  Lost 

2016:  Lost 

2015:  Lost 

2014:  Lost 

2013:  Lost 

But 2021 opener is their best chance to break the streak, here’s why: 

At Chennai, in IPL history: 

TeamMatchesWonLost
Mumbai853
RCB927

Interestingly, RCB are on a five match losing streak at Chepauk and MI are on a 5 game winning streak here. Infact, all these 5 wins have come against CSK, who we know how dangerous are, at home. 

Overall H2H: Mumbai 19 – RCB 10

Last 5 years: Mumbai 8 – RCB 2 

2020: RCB won in Super over 

Padikkal 54(40) (Boult) 

Kohli 3(11) (Chahar) 

ABD 55*(24)

Boult 4-34-2 

Bumrah 4-42-0 

Rohit 8(8) (Sundar) 

QDK 14(15) (Chahal) 

SKY 0(2) 

Kishan 99(58) 

Pollard 60*(24) 

Chahal 4-48-1 

Sundar 4-12-1 

Zampa 4-53-1 

2020: MI won by 5W’s 

Padikkal 74(45) 

Kohli 9(14) (Bumrah) 

ABD 15(12) (Pollard) 

Bumrah 4-1-14-3 

Chahar 4-43-1 

QDK 18(19) (Siraj) 

Kishan 25(19) (Chahal) 

Surya 79*(43) 

Sundar 4-20-0 

Chahal 4-37-2 

Siraj 3.1-28-2 

2019: MI won by 6 runs 

QDK 23(20) (Chahal) 

Rohit: 48(33) 

Surya: 38(24) (Chahal) 

Hardik: 32*(14) 

Chahal: 4-38-4 

Saini 4-40-0

Siraj: 4-38-2 

Umesh: 4-26-2 

Kohli 46(32) 

AB: 70*(41) 

2019: MI won by 5W 

Kohli 8(9) (Behrendorff) 

AB: 75(51) 

Moeen: 50(32), 4-18-2 

De Kock: 40(36) 

Rohit: 28(19) 

Surya: 29(23) 

Hardik: 37*(16) 3-21-1 

Chahal: 4-27-2 

Section 6: Better numbers in first or second innings: 

(Very useful section for full match fantasy and second innings fantasy)

Kohli vs MI: (Much better in second)

1st: 14I, 303R, 23A, 50:2

2nd: 13I, 334R, 33A, 50:1 

Maxwell vs MI: 

1st: 6I, 162R, 27A, HS: 47

2nd: 6I, 92R, 15.3A, HS: 56

AB vs MI: (Better in first)

1st: 11I, 466R, 58A, 50:2, 100:1 

2nd: 12I, 260R, 32.5A, 50:2 

Chahal vs MI: (Good in both, better in first)

1st: 19O, 9W, SR: 12.7

2nd: 31O, 10W, SR: 18.6

Sundar vs MI: (Better in second)

1st: 6O, 0W

2nd: 17O, 5W, SR: 20.4 

Siraj vs MI: (Better in second)

1st: 11O, 2W, SR: 33 

2nd: 9.1O, 5W, SR: 11 

Saini vs MI: 

Wicket-less in 4 & 7 overs that he has bowled in first and second innings respectively. 

Rohit vs RCB: (Better in first)

1st: 12I, 399R, 36A, 50:4 

2nd: 15I, 298R, 22A, 50:3 

QDK vs RCB: (Better in first) 

1st: 3I, 152R, 50A, 50:2 

2nd: 5I, 186R, 37A, HS: 108

Ishan vs RCB: 

1st: 0(1) 

2nd: 6I, 200R, 33A, HS: 99

Hardik vs RCB: 

1st: 3I, 65* R 

2nd: 8I, 152R, 38A 

Pollard vs RCB: (Much better in second)

1st: 12I, 192R, 19.2A

2nd: 13I, 347R, 69.4A 

SKY vs RCB: (Better in second)

1st: 9I, 117R, 19.5A 

2nd: 5I, 127R, 42.3A 

Bumrah vs RCB: (Good in both, better in second)

1st: 40O, 11W, SR: 21.8

2nd: 18O, 8W, SR: 13.5 

Boult vs RCB: (Good in both, better in first)

1st: 12O, 6W, SR: 12 

2nd: 8O, 3W, SR: 16 

Rahul Chahar vs RCB: 

1st: 12O, 2W, SR: 36 

2nd: Yet to play 

NCN vs RCB: 

1st: Yet to play

2nd: 6.3O, 3W, SR: 13 

Chawla vs RCB: (Better in second)

1st: 49O, 5W, SR: 24.5 

2nd: 19.1O, 7W, SR: 16.4

Krunal vs RCB: 

1st: 28O, 6W, SR: 28

2nd: 8O, 3W, SR: 16 

Section 7: Player performance at the venue: 

MI & RCB batsmen at Chepauk: 

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MI & RCB bowlers at Chepauk: 

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Section 8: Finding the fantasy value: 

Top Picks: 

Virat Kohli: Quite an obvious choice, and he’s a top pick not just because of his reputation and current form but also because: 

He is back opening the innings, and if you’re a Virat fan who is waiting for since forever for his next ton, you’ll be happy to know Virat’s all IPL centuries have come while opening the innings 

Virat Kohli in IPL, since 2016: 

Bat Position InningsRunsAverage SR50/100
Open40175551.614612/5
No 32693542.51288/0
No 435125.51060/0

Virat has the second highest average for any opener in IPL. (KL at first)

No specific threat against a particular opposition bowler who has troubled him in this format. Trent Boult who has dismissed him 3 times in 2019 ODI’s giving away just 7 runs is yet to dismiss him in T20’s. 

Virat against Boult in IPL + T20I’s: 

Balls29
Runs44
Outs0

No slow leggies or slow spinners in the opposition to trouble Virat: 

Virat has recently struggled against spin, especially, leg-spin, but not every leg-spinner troubles Virat. He averages well against spinners who bowl above 90 kmph and struggles against the ones who bowl under 90 kmph and gives a lot of flight. 

Chahar, Krunal and Chawla all come under the first category. 

(Chahar has dismissed him once in 8 deliveries, but that is a very low sample size)

Virat Kohli vs spinners in T20’s since 2016: 

Virat KohliInnings Average 
90-100 kmph7985.9
<90 kmph9245.8

Also, decent record at the venue and above factors makes Virat a good choice for your fantasy captaincy, and even better if he chases. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Suryakumar Yadav:Excellent form with the bat, very high on confidence after his performance for India and an exceptional player of spin. (which is extremely important at a venue like Chepauk) Also, has done well against RCB recently. Scores of 0, 79*(43), 38(24), 29(23). More importantly, except Chahal, has never been dismissed by any other current RCB bowler. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small leagues and grand leagues. 

Rohit Sharma:Good form with the bat, and no particular opposition bowler to have troubled Rohit in the past. Good numbers batting first against RCB, so you can prefer him as one of your captaincy options batting first. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Chahal: Always a reliable bowler when he plays for RCB, conditions favourable for spin and good numbers against MI too, in both the innings. 

Chahal vs MI: 

Innings 13
Overs50
Wickets 19
Average 21.8
SR15.8

Captaincy Suitability: Small leagues, Mini GL & GL. 

Bumrah: Even though he’ll be playing white ball cricket after a long time, he is one of the very best in this format. And he loves playing against RCB. 

Bumrah vs RCB: (His most wickets against any IPL team) 

Innings 15
Overs58
Wickets 19 
SR18.3
Best3/14 

Captaincy suitability: Small leagues (bowling first), Mini GL & GL. 

ABD: Would have been listed right at the top if he was playing regular cricket. Has great numbers against MI and offers a allround value with his keeping too, but has been out of quarantine on 7th and has  not played any competitive game after last IPL. 

AB vs MI: (His most runs against any IPL team) 

Innings 22
Runs726
Average 45.4
SR146
504
1001
HS133

In last 5 innings vs Mumbai, he has 3 fifties and averages 72 

Captaincy suitability: Mini GL, GL and if you want to consider in SL, then prefer batting first. 

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