Mustafizur Rahman (46) needs four scalps to complete 50 wickets in the competition.
Punjab Kings and Delhi Capitals will face each other in the 64th match of IPL 2022, to be played at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. In the previous IPL season, Punjab Kings finished sixth while Delhi Capitals finished third. So far, both teams have won six and lost as many games this season. Both teams have won twice this season at DY Patil Stadium, with PBKS losing twice and DC three times. When both teams faced each other earlier in the season, DC recorded a comfortable nine-wicket win with over nine overs left. A win is extremely crucial to increase the play-off chances of both teams.
Jonny Bairstow, after being supported by the team despite poor form, responded with two fifties in back-to-back matches. His opening partner Shikhar Dhawan has been consistent and is currently the team’s leading points scorer. Bhanuka Rajapaksa and Jitesh Sharma have played valuable cameos with a high success rate. Kagiso Rabada, Rahul Chahar and Arshdeep Singh were brilliant with the ball.
As for DC, David Warner is continuing his phenomenal form in the league despite moving to another franchise. Rishabh Pant and Prithvi Shaw are also in good form for the Delhi Capitals. Kuldeep Yadav and Anrich Nortje were the best bowlers for the team.
Meanwhile, here are some of the key stats and figures for Match 64 between Punjab Kings and Delhi Capitals in the 2022 Indian Premier League:
Head-to-Head: Punjab Kings and Delhi Capitals have met in 29 matches in the IPL with the Kings winning 15 times and the Capitals 14 times.
1 † Mayank Agarwal must take one more catch to reach 50 catches in the IPL.
1 – Axar Patel has to take one more wicket to reach 100 wickets in the IPL. He becomes the second milestone left arm spinner in the competition after Ravindra Jadeja.
2 – Khaleel Ahmed has to take two more wickets to reach 50 wickets in the IPL. If he reaches there in the upcoming match, he will become the fastest Indian bowler to take 50 IPL wickets in just 33 matches.
3 – Mayank Agarwal needs to hit three sixes to reach 150 sixes in T20 cricket.
3 – David Warner needs three more fours to reach 200 fours for Delhi Capitals in the IPL.
4 – Shikhar Dhawan needs to hit four more fours to become the first player to have 700 fours in the IPL.
6 – Mayank Agarwal needs six more fours to reach 150 fours for Punjab Kings in the IPL. He will become the third player to reach the milestone for the franchise, after Shaun Marsh and KL Rahul.
8 – Shikhar Dhawan has yet to hit eight fours to reach 50 fours for Punjab Kings in the IPL.
3 – Liam Livingstone (497) needs three runs to complete 500 runs in the IPL.
3 – Kagiso Rabada (97) needs three scalps to reach 100 wickets in the competition.
10 – Prithvi Shaw (190) is ten fours away from completing 200 fours in the tournament.
71 – Mitchell Marsh (3429) needs 71 runs to reach 3500 runs in the T20 games.
2 – Rahul Chahar (98) needs two scalps to get 100 wickets in the T20 matches.
5 – Liam Livingstone (4495) needs five runs to complete 4500 runs in the T20 games.
1 – Arshdeep Singh (49) is just one scalp away from reaching 50 wickets in T20 cricket.
4 – Mustafizur Rahman (46) needs four scalps to complete 50 wickets in the competition.
1 – Mustafizur (249) only needs one scalp to get 250 wickets in the T20 games.