IPL 2020: 3 must pick players for your Dream11 team for the CSK vs SRH game
Time to pick you pick your Dream11 team if you haven't yet.
Updated - Oct 2, 2020 10:59 am
Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Chennai Super Kings in what is set to be an interesting contest. Both the teams have one win from three games and will look to get a move on. The Sunrisers will be pleased with their convincing win over Delhi Capitals in the last game, and will be glad that their star performers are finding form, with the bat and ball.
Chennai, on the other hand, have a lot to worry about. After winning their first game, they suffered consecutive losses and look to have an unsettled team at the moment. Faf du Plessis’ form and Sam Curran’s all -round performance have been the only positives for them so far, They will hope that Ambati Rayudu and Dwayne Bravo’s return to fitness can change their fortunes around.
With a number of top players involved in this game, here are three players you must pick in your Dream11 team for CSK vs SRH game:
1. Faf du Plessis (9 credits)
Before CSK ‘s extended break, Faf du Plessis was the only batsman performing consistently for them. Coming in at three, he has scored 173 runs in three innings with two 50s, at an exceptional strike rate of almost 150.
He will look to resume from where he left. With Chennai’s batting reserves looking thin and out of form this year, the burden will once again be on Faf to anchor the innings, which we can expect him to do successfully in this game.
2. Kane Williamson (9.5 credits)
After not playing in the initial couple of games due to injury, Kane Williamson made his presence felt against Delhi Capitals as he scored 41 of just 26 balls. His knock infused momentum into Sunrisers Hyderabad’s innings and helped them post a match-winning total on the board.
Williamson can be regarded as an underrated T20 batsman. He showed in the last game that he is capable of scoring at a high strike-rate even without taking too many risks. He will look to make an impact once again and dominate CSK’s bowling line up.
3. Rashid Khan (9.5 credits)
Rashid Khan came to the party in the last game against Delhi, as he picked up three wickets for just 14 runs, after a relatively quiet start to the tournament. While Khan had been bowling economically, he was failing to pick wickets in the first two games.
But he made up for that, accounting for three scalps and emerging as the Man of the Match against Delhi. The CSK line up has no left-handers in the top five and have batsmen, who struggle against leg-spin. Hence, Rashid could be a huge threat to CSK in this game.