Report Wire - IPL 2021: Delhi Capitals will like to see Kagiso Rabada again in kind for Qualifier 2, says Brian Lara

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IPL 2021: Delhi Capitals will like to see Kagiso Rabada again in kind for Qualifier 2, says Brian Lara

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IPL 2021: Kagiso Rabada has taken 13 wickets this season however he hasn’t acquired a scalp in his final 4 matches for the Delhi Capitals as they put together to face Kolkata Knight Riders within the second qualifier. Rabada has taken 13 wickets this season. (Courtesy of BCCI)HIGHLIGHTSLara mentioned that Rabada’s kind must be a priority for Delhi CapitalsRabada has taken 13 wickets this season however has not struck within the final 4 matchesDC’s bowling assault has been integral to their run to the playoffsKagiso Rabada’s kind is a priority for the Delhi Capitals and they are going to be hoping that the South Africa quick bowler might be among the many wickets within the second Qualifier in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders, former West Indies captain Brian Lara has mentioned.

“Yes (his form is a concern for Delhi), he is an exceptional talent. He played a very big part in them getting to the finals, he got a lot of wickets in the middle and back end overs with slower balls and that is not been happening for him off late,” Lara mentioned on Star Sports. .With 13 wickets, Rabada is the third highest wicket taker for DC this season after Avesh Khan (23 wickets) and Axar Patel (15). However, the South African has not taken a wicket in his final 4 matches.”When you got Anrich Nortje doing the business upfront, you want a world-class bowler who can do what he did in the previous tournaments, which he hasn’t. and this has cost him a little bit of anxiousness. I suppose Delhi Capital will love to see Rabada back in form,” mentioned Lara.DC misplaced to Chennai Super Kings by 4 wickets and can face KKR, who beat Royal Challengers Bangalore within the Eliminator on Monday, within the second qualifier on the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.