Mumbai Indians are placed fourth in the table, and on Wednesday they have a tricky encounter against one of their bogey sides, Rajasthan, at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Winning could prove to be difficult for Mumbai, but we assure you that it’s going to be a cake-walk for you, the punter.
Suryakumar Yadav to score over 22.5 runs @ 1.85
You might think that we accidentally pasted the market from the previous article. Or the one before that. But no, this is fresh. And yes, once again it’s time to put your money on Suryakumar Yadav. I mean, it’s common sense, isn’t it? If a guy is helping you win almost 2x of your investment every game, why wouldn’t you back him over and over again? The second-highest run-getter for MI this season, Surya has passed 22.5 in 4 of his 5 knocks this season. 33, 24, 10, 56 and 31 read his scores for this season but the way he’s batted has been much superior to what the numbers say. One just gets the feeling that a big score is imminent. Last game Surya scored 33 despite batting out of position, and since last season, the right-hander has passed 22.5 in the 13 of his 20 knocks. In fact, only twice in his last 11 knocks has SKY been dismissed under 22.5; that’s how consistent he is. In 9 H2H games versus RR, the MI star has averaged 45.9 and last season, he posted scores of 40 and 79* in the H2H games. He’s passed 22.5 in 5 of his last 6 H2H knocks versus the Royals so it can be said that he loves playing against them. With the pitch expected to mirror Chennai, expect similar performances from SKY. All we’d suggest is to not waste your time and head to Betbarter immediately and capitalize on this market.
Sanju Samson to score over 22.5 runs @ 1.85
Some might consider this market as a risk, and it is true, but we see this as a risk worth taking. There have been multiple signs this season that captaincy has turned Samson into a more mature cricketer and his numbers are starting to reflect the same, too. This season, the RR skipper has averaged 46.75 and in the last game versus KKR, played the most matured knock of his career. Batting at #3, Samson struck a 41-ball 42 which proved that he can play the anchor role with ease if he intends to. The RR skipper scored a fifty in his last H2H clash versus Mumbai and, in general, likes playing against the five-time champions. He averages 32.9 versus MI and has particularly been very consistent against them in the past 3 years. Since 2018, his scores versus MI read 52, 26, 31, 35, 0, 54 - 5 of his last 6 knocks have been over 22.5 runs. Mind you, Samson is someone who has spent multiple years with the Delhi franchise, so he will undoubtedly be equipped to handle the slowness of the Arun Jaitley Stadium pitches. For once, leave your prejudice aside and head to Betbarter and back Samson to score big in order to multiply by winnings by 1.85 times.
Rohit Sharma to score over 26.5 runs @ 1.85
It really does feel like Rohit has taken all IPL criticism to heart. Because, this season, the MI skipper has been batting like a man with a point to prove. With 202 runs he is MI’s highest run-getter of the season, but what’s astounding is that his numbers have not been skewed by big knocks. 63, 44, 32, 43 and 19 read Rohit’s scores this season and the only time he failed to pass the 26.5 mark was when he was run out versus RCB. He’s averaging 40.20 this season, and the right-hander is on course for his best IPL season since 2016. Rohit was one of a handful of batsmen to master the slow Chennai wicket and this will hold him in good stead when he bats in a similar wicket in Delhi. The MI skipper, in fact, averages 33 at the venue and also scored 30 the last time he played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. He played only once versus RR last season, and scored 35 in that game, and has passed the 26.5 mark in two of his last three H2H clashes against the Royals. Rohit is right now batting like a man possessed, so the smart thing to do would be to head to Betbarter and back him to score more than 26.5 on Thursday.