In an encounter that is all set to be the most important one of IPL 2021, yet, the Rajasthan Royals will take on Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday in Delhi. The loser of the encounter will face grave consequences, but lying out there is a chance to profit out of these two teams’ misery.
Sanju Samson to score over 24.5 runs @ 1.85
We asked you to trust Sanju Samson in the previous encounter and he delivered. Now, we request you to do the same again. Trust us, he is no longer the volatile Samson of yesteryear; the Sanju Samson of 2021 is a level-headed, consistent batsman. Samson, this season, averages 45.80 and is ranked fifth on the orange cap list despite playing one less game than most of his competitors. He has scored 84 more runs than any other RR player, proving how he’s taken it upon himself to score runs for the side. The RR skipper has scored 42 and 42 in both his previous knocks and has passed 24.5 in 6 of his last 10 knocks in the IPL. But here’s the biggest catch - his record against SRH. Samson, remarkably, has passed 24.5 in each of his last 6 knocks versus SRH and his most recent scores versus the Orange Army read 36, 26, 48, 102, 40 and 49. The SRH bowling unit, as we saw in the CSK game, without Natarajan and Bhuvi, are in all sorts, so expect Samson to keep this golden run going on Sunday. Head over to Betbarter to capitalize on this market and make merry.
Kane Williamson to score over 23.5 runs @ 1.85
Now, Sanju Samson might be a mortal, but Kane Williamson is not. He is an alien from another planet and his form this season suggests the same. In 3 innings in IPL 2021, Williamson is YET TO BE DISMISSED. 26*, 66* and 16* read his scores and not once has he remotely looked like throwing his wicket away. The fact that he scored 26 despite facing only 10 balls in the last game is astonishing but more remarkable is his extended IPL form. Williamson is averaging 225 across his last 5 IPL knocks (26*, 66*, 16*, 67 and 50*) and has passed 23.5 on four instances. His impregnability is quite staggering as, since last season, the Kiwi skipper has been dismissed under 23.5 just once in 14 innings - he’s either remained unbeaten in a lower score or has passed 23.5. His H2H average of 49.3 vs the Royals bodes well, but you know what’s even better? His record in Delhi. Williamson, in his IPL career, averages 133 in Delhi and his last three scores at the venue read 26*, 83* and 24 and now he's a skipper as well. Put your blind faith in the NZ skipper and head to Betbarter right now to earn some easy cash.
David Warner to score over 27.5 runs @ 1.85
It’s not often that you see the entire cricketing fraternity pinning the blame on Warner for a loss, particularly after he’s scored a fifty. But the game vs CSK was one of those nights for the SRH skipper. He will be keen to turn his fortunes around on Sunday, particularly now that SRH have pulled off the ultimate insult by axing him as skipper. We know Warner played a bad knock in SRH’s last encounter, but he still managed to score 57 at over run a ball. He averages 32.16 this season and has passed 27.5 in four of his last five knocks. 57, 6, 37, 36 and 54 read Warner’s last five knocks this season and though he hasn’t had the impact he’d have liked, he’s still been a prolific run-getter. Like his partner Kane Williamson, Warner too loves batting in Delhi and has registered scores of 93, 30, 10 and 57 in his last 4 knocks at the venue, passing 27.5 three times. He’s also passed 27.5 in 3 of his last 4 knocks versus the Royals (4, 48, 37 and 69), so, all things considered, scoring over 27.5 will be nothing but a formality for the ex-SRH skipper on Sunday. We have full faith in Warner to deliver and so should you. Head to Betbarter and back Warner to score over 27.5 runs to make CRAZYY PROFITS!