Shikhar Dhawan (10 credits)
The success by Shikhar Dhawan for Delhi was a replica of Aaron Finch for RCB. Dhawan looked to be in good shape, but in 4 innings, he managed just 95 runs. He did not look to be in his fluent best despite playing some good strokes, and after having started, he gave away his wicket a few times.
Applying the same reasoning to Dhawan as we did for Finch; Dhawan can be kept out because of the presence of many batsmen in this game, who are either in better shape or have run under the belt.
Aaron Finch (9 credits)
Although Aaron Finch had a good season, his potential was not launched at him. Finch scored 109 runs with one 50, and a low strike rate of 121, in 4 innings.
In all his innings, though he has hit a few good shots, he does not seem to be hitting the ball as sweetly as he is considered to be. It’s also necessary to bear in mind that many batsmen in this game are in scintillating shape. It would therefore be safer to hold him out concerning Finch’s relative performance and form.
Adam Zampa (8.5 credits)
In this year’s IPL, Adam Zampa flattered to deceive. Though he only played 2 games, he didn’t get much from the pitch, and it was swift to hit the batsmen. In 2 games, he picked up a solitary wicket and went to 11.42. He may be made even more ineffective with several left-handed batsmen in the Delhi Playing XI. For this game, therefore, it would be advisable to leave Zampa out.