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Delhi Capitals trying to shift blame to the pitch: Sunil Gavaskar

Andre Russell's murderous assault on the hapless RCB bowlers may still be on their minds as they get ready for Sunday's sport towards Delhi Capitals. The big plus is that the visiting staff have distractions of their own as they wish to blame the pitch fairly than the foolish method their batsmen got out for a low ranking and made it simple for Hyderabad, who are on a roll nowadays.

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The old saying 'a bad craftsman blames his tools' comes to thoughts because the Delhi staff, instead of honest self-introspection, is making an attempt to divert the blame for his or her defeat on the pitch.

Look at one of the crucial shots their batsmen performed to get out. After that, even when they had half the Hyderabad staff again in the pavilion and with Rabada fresh from that superior super over towards Russell, the lengths that they bowled allowed the Hyderabad staff to nostril ahead.

The Bangalore pitch for the game on Friday was a attractiveness to bat on and each teams' batsmen confirmed their appreciation by means of scoring over 400 runs in the fit.

There shouldn't be much change in the pitch and Bangalore can be hoping Virat Kohli wins the toss and they chase, because as has been observed so far, their bowling is not in a position to protecting even a large ranking. The further bounce will go well with Rabada and Morris for they be capable of get it to rear from a just right length.

In Jaipur, the Royals will know they have got a combat on their palms as KKR can be on a prime after that victory which Russell snatched from the jaws of defeat.

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