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Delhi Capitals have a great record against Rohit Sharma's side winning six out of nine IPL games at Feroz Shah Kotla
Halfway through IPL 2019, what are the teams' biggest strengths, and what potential strategy changes can they employ to make up for their weaknesses?
Sunrisers Hyderabad had left out the out-of-form Yusuf Pathan and Manish Pandey for the match against Delhi Capitals
Just when Colin Munro was threatening a big, game-defining innings, the 18-year-old Sunrisers debutant unveiled a nifty little variation
Kagiso Rabada and Keemo Paul played starring roles for Delhi Capitals, claiming seven wickets and six catches between them
The visitors have won their last two matches, while Sunrisers have slipped to the bottom half of the table after successive losses
He emerged from the away dressing room at Eden Gardens, addressed the media clad in Delhi Capitals' red and blue, and later headed for his office as the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal
The fast bowler had won last week's meeting with an inch-perfect Super Over yorker. How would it go this time?
And has Prithvi Shaw failed to address an old technical flaw?
He stayed unbeaten on 97 to see Capitals cruised home in a potentially tricky chase; Pant chipped in with 46
This match could come down to leadership in tough situations, and that puts the home team at an advantage
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