IPL 2020: 3 players you can opt as multipliers for your Dream11 team for SRH vs KKR game
Have you picked your Dream11 yet?
Updated - Oct 18, 2020 1:42 am
The 35th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will see action between the Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Super-Sunday doubleheader at the Dubai International Stadium, Dubai. KKR has just managed to hang in the slot of contention, although they appear to be the most vulnerable to slip out of the top-four given the way things have turned.
Not too often have we seen leadership changes in the middle of the tournament. However, midway in the season, Dinesh Karthik has stepped down and handed the role to Eoin Morgan. While Karthik did so to “focus on his batting”, the fortunes for the Riders did not change despite the swapping of leadership and the team is coming after losing two in two, the latest of which came against the bullies Mumbai Indians.
On the other hand, the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), much like KKR, will also enter into this came to avoid their third loss on the trot. Chasing a rather modest target of 168 in their last encounter against the struggling Chennai Super Kings (CSK), they fell short by a considerable margin of 20 runs.
For you to be able to pick the perfect Dream11 team, here are three players you must include for the SRH vs KKR game:
David Warner (10.5 credits)
With 284 runs in 8 games and 2 half-centuries, David Warner has performed decently well in the IPL this year, although he has definitely not been at his very best. However, given his dangerous abilities, and KKR’s bowling unit not being at its best, this could well be the team against whom Warner once again unleashes the beast within him.
Rashid Khan (9.5 credits)
Come to this format of the game, Rashid Khan is always a valuable asset. With 10 wickets in 8 games, Rashid Khan has managed to make his presence count again. His incredible economy of just 5.34 explains why he is sought-after. While teams tend to play Rashid out, he is a strong contender to pick a lot of wickets if the opposition is chasing. Hence, you can definitely opt for Rashid if SRH bowls second.
Shubman Gill (9.5 credits)
With 275 runs in 8 games at 39.28, Shubman Gill has been one of the most impressive batsmen in this year’s edition. A technically sound and expressive batsman, Gill has played some breathtaking knocks already. He has also displayed an ability to keep finding the gaps regularly. Gill with his wide array of stroke and a good run of form behind him, will certainly be in contention to be one of the top performers of this game.