With both the teams winning one each in two of their matches played, there’s everything to play for. This fixture has been one of the most anticipated ones ever since the IPL came into the scene and it’s not going to be an exception this time too. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma will lead their respective teams in what we are expecting to be a cliffhanger at the Dubai International Stadium, this Monday evening. And what better way to kick-start your week than by earning some handsome rewards by placing bets on the top three deals from the upcoming match.
I have already assorted the top three winning bets for you and listed them below. Just go through them and invest strategically to win loads of money by the end of the day.
For a team dependent on a few players, AB de Villeirs shoulders a huge responsibility of scoring the bulk share of the runs in the IPL this season. So far, he’s not let his team down, having scored in 51 and 28 in the first two matches respectively. In the past four matches against Mumbai Indians, the South African has registered scores of 75, 70, 1, 43, with a total of 189 runs at a rate of 47.25 runs per innings, with three scores of at least 28 runs. Overall, he’s played 21 matches against Mumbai Indians, scored 656 runs, averaging 43.73 runs per innings.
Even in the previous season, Mr. 360 played 13 matches, scoring a total of 442 runs, at a rate of 44.2 runs per innings. In his illustrious IPL career, the Protean has featured in 156 matches, amassed 4474 runs, averaging almost 40 runs per innings. In 313 T20s so far, De Villiers has piled up 8732 runs at a rate of 37.32 runs per innings. We are hoping him to score at least 28 runs in the upcoming match, so place your bets soon.
Another South African on our list, but playing for the other team in the contest - Mumbai Indians. Strictly going by the books, we all know what he’s capable of and scoring three boundaries is not a too daunting task for him. For the records, in the previous edition of the IPL, the southpaw hit 45 boundaries in 16 matches, at a rate of almost three per match. Even in the last T20 league he featured in, the Mzansi Super League, the opener struck 31 boundaries in 9 matches, at a rate of 3.4 per innings, having hit at least three in eight of those matches.
The explosive batsman has played two T20Is at the Dubai International Stadium so far, having struck 9 boundaries overall, having struck at least three in each of those games. In the last match he played against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, De Kock hit five boundaries en-route to his 40-run innings. Overall, in 184 T20s, the batsman has registered a total of 589 boundaries, at a rate of 3.2 hits per innings. What are you still waiting for? Just place your bets.
The Australian might have enjoyed a great record in the Indian Premier League overall, but there’s no doubt he’s in some good form in the year or so. His scores in the last six T20Is were 30, 40, 46, 55, 14, 42, racking up a total of 227 runs, averaging 37.8 per innings, with five scores of over 23 runs. The last T20 tournament he featured in was the 2019-20 Big Bash League, where he played none matches, scored a mammoth 363 runs at a rate of 40.33 per match, having scored at least 24 runs in seven of those games.
Overall, in 289 T20s, he’s scored a total of 9088 runs, averaging 36.06 runs per innings. Having played nine matches against Mumbai Indians so far, the right-hander has piled up 215 runs, at a rate of 26.88 runs per match, which again works in our favour. Finch’s heroics in domestic T20s is also well documented, with him amassing 6974 runs in 225 matches, at a rate of 35.22 runs per innings. This bet is a winning one and we should not ignore it all.