RPS vs DD, 9th Match 2017 – IPL Live Score-live update

RPS vs DD live score

RPS vs DD live score

RPS vs DD  live score

Here Today IPL 2017 match no. 9th will be played between Delhi Daredevils and Rising Pune Supergiant. However, till now, Delhi has not been good at the start of the IPL 2017, After losing their first match against Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevil will look to get their first win of the tournament when they take on Steve Smith’s Rising Pune Supergiant at the MCA stadium in Pune later today. he lost his first match to Royal Challenge Bangalore, Delhi has good bowlers who had stopped Royal Challengers Bangalore for just 157 in the last match. On the other hand, from Dhoni to Steve Smith, there are legendary batsmen who are in the form of this IPL, and far ahead of Royal Challengers Bangalore in the points table.

Dhoni, batted in the order 5th not scoring of the two matches which are not good for the Puneri team, he has scored of 12* and 5 last two matches, but criticism is not good for the only game because he is the game changer batsman and the top player in the IPL all season.

Pune batting is quite well in this IPL which shows the strength of this batting order given the good start that Ajinkya Rahane at the top, Smith’s class form showing to hold the middle order.Ben Stokes and Dhoni in the last makes the simple thing.
Delhi facing the little bit struggle in the previous match now they boosted by the coming of Angelo Mathews. Mathews is the fantastic player in the T20 format and he will make the key player of the Delhi.

Match Timing: Tuesday, April 10 at 8:00 PM IST

Match Location: Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune -RPS vs DD  live score



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Our expert says “With the kind of form Steve Smith is in, RPS are likely to score over 180 if they bat first in the encounter of 9th Match of IPL 2017. Rahane will hope to score some runs at the top of the order. All eyes will be on former Indian captain MS Dhoni, who is struggling to get going with the bat, much to the chagrin of the RPS owners.”