Virat Kohli (10.5 credits)
Virat Kohli returned to form against Rajasthan Royals after a barren start to the IPL 13, where he managed to score only 18 runs in three innings. The 72 * the score might not have been the most fluent, but he will definitely have a lot of confidence. Virat Kohli likes batting against Delhi as well. He has 825 runs in 20 innings against them, including eight 50s at an average of 63.46.
Now that Kohli seems to have had some form with him, it’s doubtful that he’ll quickly let it go. To compensate for all the initial blunders, expect him to build on the momentum and score a big one once again.
Kagiso Rabada (9.5 credits)
Kagiso Rabada accounted for KKR’s most threatening batsman, Andre Russell, though he went for runs in the match against KKR, making Delhi’s job easier. For a couple of seasons now, Rabada has been bagging big trout. With eight wickets in five games, he had a remarkable IPL 13 and is among the top wicket-takers in the league.
The speedster also had a good time bowling in Dubai, getting five wickets in two games, and expecting him to be a significant threat to the RCB batsmen with the pace and bounce Rabada has.
Shreyas Iyer (9.5 credits)
Shreyas Iyer, the skipper of the Delhi Capitals, put on a display in Sharjah as he smoked 88 * off only 38 balls in the last game against KKR. Iyer demonstrated his wide range of strokes while the match was in Sharjah, which is a friendly venue for batsmen and also went after one of the best international bowlers, Pat Cummins.
Runs under your belt always give you confidence and Iyer will undoubtedly look to resume from where he left off with 170 runs in four matches. His attitude and type make him a must-pick.