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Rajasthan: Yashasvi Jaiswal, Jos Buttler*, Sanju Samson (c & wk), Devdutt Padikkal, Shimron Hetmyer*, Dhruv Jurel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Trent Boult*, Adam Zampa*, Sandeep Sharma, Yuzvendra Chahal
After a series of low scores, Harry Brook could lose his spot to Glenn Phillips.
Hyderabad: Mayank Agarwal, Abhishek Sharma, Rahul Tripathi, Aiden Markram* (c), Heinrich Klaasen* (wk), Glenn Phillips*, Marco Jansen*, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mayank Markande, Kartik Tyagi, T Natarajan
Venue: Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
(Based on the last three games)
1st innings average score: 158
2nd innings average score: 162
Wickets per innings: 6
Batting 1st: 67%
Batting 2nd: 33%
Spinners took 43% of the wickets. Only three wickets fell in the powerplay. Meanwhile, only three fifties were registered.
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Yashasvi Jaiswal has blasted 57 fours and 19 sixes – the most by a Rajasthan player this season, generating an average of 7.6 boundaries per game!
Such has been Heinrich Klaasen’s consistency that he has produced three 30- and a 50-run bonus in his last five T20s.
Sanju Samson loves punishing the Hyderabad bowlers: 622 runs at 44, including 73 boundaries – the most by a Rajasthan player.
Marco Jansen has provided an average of 38.83 points per match. Moreover, six of his eight wickets in this edition have come in the power play.
For Hyderabad, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has taken the most wickets (11), including the best figures of four for 14 against Rajasthan.
45% of Mayank Markande’s 11 wickets in this edition have been either LBW or bowled.
When these teams met earlier in the competition, Yuzvendra Chahal (four wickets) and Jos Buttler (54 off 22) were the power players for Rajasthan.
In the same encounter, Trent Boult dismissed Abhishek Sharma and Rahul Tripathi for a duck in the powerplay.
Tripathi averages only 15 in his last five outings.