RR vs SRH Dream 11 team Prediction: Dream 11 Fantasy Cricket Tips for RR vs SRH as The SportsRush helps you form the best Dream 11 team
RR and SRH find themselves in that muddle for the 4th playoff spot, with RR way down the pecking order, but still in with a chance to make it to the final stage of the IPL 2019 season. SRH sit comfortably in 4th spot and could distance themselves from the mid table rut with a win tomorrow but it is going to be a tough task at Jaipur.
RR generally play well at home and have the required ammunition to do so on Saturday evening too. However, SRH would be trying their best to shred off the Bairstow disappointment and get back in the groove as soon as possible.
With Jonny Bairstow gone at the top of the order, SRH would need some major reshuffling. But Manish Pandey’s return to form is a massive plus and now SRH can go in with Williamson and Warner at the top and Pandey and Shankar at 3 and 4.
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RR are buoyed by the immense talent to Riyan Parag, who has taken to the middle order role beautifully. Now, in the absence of Buttler, Stokes and Archer, the Indian core will need to step up and help RR scrape through to the playoffs.
Last time these two teams faced off, SRH won by 5 wickets
Let’s get to business now.
RR vs SRH Dream 11 team Prediction
Wicketkeeper for RR vs SRH Dream11 team
Sanju Samson would be my wicketkeeping choice for this game, as he has been booted up the order and is able to take full toll of the powerplay overs. His style of batting is absolutely suited for the powerplay, as he uses his class and finesse to pierce the gaps and get RR off to flyers. With SRH still trying to figure out how Saha would settle into the setup, Samson seems like the best option.
Bowlers for RR vs SRH Dream11 team
The Jaipur track and the boundaries call for at least 4 bowlers to be drafted in, as they could have a massive say in the outcome of the game.
Rashid Khan and Shreyas Gopal would be the first two bowlers that I draft into my team. Both these bowlers have been the go-to players for their bowling unit. They let their wrist spin not only stop the scoring rate of the opposition but also claim timely wickets. With both RR and SRH having at least 5 batsmen in their top 7, getting in both leg spinners makes sense, considering the ground, the pitch and current form.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been off colour this season, but he has still been bowling at least 2 overs at the death. His role in the SRH setup tilts me a little towards him, as it is only a matter of time that he finds his form back and picks up at least 1 3 wicket haul. And what better place to do it than at Jaipur, where the wicket would aid him and so would the dimensions of the ground.
Khaleel Ahmed would be my final bowling pick of the game. He has played just 4 games this season, but has picked up 7 wickets and has given the Dream 11 Fantasy owners 79 points at just 8.5 cr. Get him in.
All-Rounders for RR vs SRH Dream11 team
Vijay Shankar would be my first all-rounder for this game. While he hasn’t really shown why he is tipped to be India’s number 4 for the World Cup, Shankar’s role in the team gives him ample opportunity to make a significant impact. While it was only his batting that was coming to the fore earlier, with SRH sending him at 3 or 4, they have now also started making use of his medium pace. Get him in for sure.
Riyan Parag has taken the IPL by storm this season, almost single handedly winning RR the game against KKR at the Eden Gardens. With Stokes out of the equation and Shakib al Hasan not playing as well as he should, Parag seems like a great option, especially considering current form.
Batsmen for RR vs SRH Dream11 team
David Warner would be my first player for this game; considering that he is the current orange cap holder and has been brilliant with the bat for SRH. No matter what the ground, no matter what the pitch and no matter who the opposition; Warner knows how to get the job done.
Ajinkya Rahane has found a new lease of life, as soon as being released from Rajasthan Royals captaincy. He has been batting fearlessly at the top of the order something that is so refreshing to see, especially from one of India’s best stroke makers. For the kind of form that he is in, it would be foolish to leave him out.
Steve Smith has taken up the anchor’s role in the last few games. Coming in at 3, Smith knows how to construct and control the innings. Moreover, with Dream 11 not putting any kind of negative marking for less strike rate, one can go in with players that they feel could score runs, even though it might be at a slow pace.
Manish Pandey hit form for SRH in the last game, when the management finally decided to send him in at number 3. The Karnataka batsman showcased why he has been one of the most sought after batsman in the Indian domestic circuit. On current form, get him in at all costs.
Captain: David Warner
Vice-Captain: Rashid Khan