DC vs PBKS IPL 2023: Arun Jaitley Stadium Delhi Pitch Report, Team Records at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium
Updated on: May 13, 2023 11:25 am IST
Time for match no 50 of Tata IPL 2023. The Delhi Capitals will be hosting their neighbors Punjab Kings at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi in what is a must-win game for the hosts. One more loss here and Delhi would lose their outside chance of making it to the playoffs. How the pitch at Arun Jaitley Stadium would play for this game? Let’s discuss.
Arun Jaitley Stadium Delhi Pitch Report
The pitch at Arun Jaitley Stadium has posed a challenge this season, favoring neither batsmen nor bowlers. The slower surface makes scoring difficult, but both spinners and pacers have found success. Spinners average 29.2 with a strike rate of 23.4, while pacers average 30.0 with a strike rate of 22.4. Spin bowlers also have a better economy rate of 7.5 compared to pacers’ 8.1. Despite the challenging pitch, the small boundaries still provide an advantage for the batsmen.
Talking about the last game played here between RCB and DC, yes it was a high scoring game and Delhi managed to chase down 181 with 20 balls to spare and 7 wickets in hand, but the wicket here has been slow. Spinners will take advantage here, especially in the second innings.
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Teams record at the venue
DC at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi
Matches Played: 75
PBKS at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi
Matches Played: 11
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DC vs PBKS HEAD TO HEAD
There’s nothing to separate between the two sides when it comes to head-to-head battle. Both teams have played 30 games and have won 15 each.
|Matches Played||Delhi Capitals Won||Punjab Kings Won|
Is Arun Jaitley Stadium Delhi batting or bowling pitch?
The Arun Jaitley Stadium pitch in Delhi is more on the low scoring side. Batters enjoy batting here only against the new ball and once the pitch slows down, the slow bowlers make the most of the surface. Expect a great battle between the bat and ball with no favor for either batters or bowlers on the wicket.
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