Who Will Win IPL 2021- We all want to know who will win IPL 2021 final match Because excitement comes to its peak and CSK and KKR will play the final match today at 7:30 and the heart is beating faster.
In an earlier match, KKR qualified by defeating DC, and many people were shocked by it because DC’s performance is good in all the matches.
Before qualifying for the final KKR also defeat RCB so now KKR is on fire now and Captaincy of Eoin Morgan is marvelous.
But CSK Dhoni captain cool team already qualified for the final and in the last match, dhoni smash the four and win the match so now it’s a tough competition.
CSK is a good chaser so if they bowl first then chances are high to win the match and if KKR wins the toss then they probably going to bowl first.
Sometimes the last ball decides the winner so both teams are strong and want to win the match.
So deciding who will win IPL 2021 is not that easy but if we look at the point and batting, fielding, and bowling of each team then it will more clear.
Who Will Win IPL 2021 final match
Head-to-head: CSK has beaten KKR in 16 out of the 24 clashes between the two sides. This includes 5 of their last six meetings, starting from 2019. For KKR however, one of those 16 came in 2012 final – in Chepauk, no less.
What They Said: Who Will Win IPL 2021
“It’s the full team (effort). It was the first time we didn’t qualify last year and emotions were quite high. But whatever games we had towards the end of last year, we made the most of it. A lot of batters made the most of that. That’s the reason we have come back strongly. But credit goes to the support staff and everyone on the team. Without that character, we couldn’t have come back like this.” – MS Dhoni.
“Six off two [against DC in Q2], the odds were probably in favor of the bowling side, but Rahul Tripathi has done superbly well for us. It’s a nice insight into our team culture – the young guys coming in feel free to express themselves. The backroom staff has created an environment for them to do this. With the squad we have, there’s expectation. Hopefully, we can implement all that we’ve strategized. We would like to keep going, playing against CSK, one of the best franchises in IPL history.” – Eoin Morgan.
When: Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders, IPL Final, October 15, 19:30 IST
Where: Dubai International Stadium
Chennai Super Kings
Injuries/Unavailable: After Robin Uthappa’s impact in the first qualifier, Suresh Raina’s fitness status may not be significant anymore. Uthappa came good on the team’s need to blaze away in the PowerPlay after Faf du Plessis’s first-over exit and should keep his spot for the final.
Tactics & Match-ups: Ruturaj Gaikwad is only 23 short of KL Rahul’s season tally of 626 runs. CSK will want him to get those and a lot more, and in the process defy two of KKR’s most potent bowlers in this UAE leg – Varun CV and Sunil Narine – with his superior spin game. Gaikwad’s importance to CSK’s batting fortunes shines through even more considering Faf du Plessis has scores of 0, 10, 76, and 1 in the four outings in Dubai.
Probable XI: Ruturaj Gaikwad, Faf du Plessis, Robin Uthappa, Moeen Ali, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni (c&wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Dwayne Bravo, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Josh Hazlewood
Kolkata Knight Riders
Injuries/Unavailable: Andre Russell is said to have been bowling on the sidelines before the second qualifier on Wednesday, and could be in the mix for the final.
Tactics & Match-ups: CSK were scoring at 9.44-an-over in the middle-overs in the India leg of IPL 2021, which has now dipped to only 6.85 since the tournament’s move to UAE. This comes as music to KKR’s ears, as they’ve seen their middle-overs bowling curve travel in the opposite direction – they picked 13 wickets in 7 innings and operated with an economy rate of 8.14 in India, but in UAE, that has improved to 29 wickets in 9 innings with an ER of 6.19
Probable XI: Shubman Gill, Venkatesh Iyer, Nitish Rana, Rahul Tripathi, Eoin Morgan (c), Dinesh Karthik (wk), Shakib Al Hasan/Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Lockie Ferguson, Shivam Mavi, Varun Chakravarthy
Did You Know:
– Russell, who might be fit for this fixture, has 300 runs in 10 outings against CSK at a strike rate of 169.49
– MS Dhoni has an average of 35.57 and a strike rate of 150 in IPL finals
– In the UAE leg, CSK and KKR have one opener each at the top of the batting charts – Gaikwad has scored 407 in 8 innings at an average of 67.83 and strikes rate of 141.81, Venkatesh Iyer has 320 runs in 9 innings at an average of 40 and SR of 125.
Now We share all details with you so you can know better Who Will Win IPL 2021 and take the trophy.