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IPL 2024 – Match 9, RR vs DC: Top 3 Players You Can Pick In Your Dream11 Fantasy Team As Captain & Vice-Captain • ProBatsman

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Yashasvi Jaiswal | Source: X.com
The ninth match of the Indian Premier League 2024 will be played against the Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals on 28th March in Jaipur. The match will be played at the Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium from 7:30 pm. 
RR in what is famously called their fortress defeated LSG in the first match at the same stadium with their well-oiled machinery doing its work from the first match. While RR won their first game, DC is coming to Jaipur after a daunting defeat in Mullanpur against the Punjab Kings. 

It’s the clash of the Indian Keepers and the future ahead. Rajasthan Royals will be led by Sanju Samson who single-handedly won them the game last time while Delhi Capitals will be led by Rishab Pant who is back from a life-threatening injury. 
DC would like to defeat RR at their home and gain the momentum that they lost in the first match. 

Sawai Mansingh Stadium Analysis 
The Sawai Mansingh stadium is a high-scoring ground which was prominently evident in the last game. The stats here back the chasing team to win more games. 34 out of the 53 matches played here have been won by the team chasing. 
Let’s take a look at the top captain and vice-captain picks for your fantasy teams: 
RR vs DC: Top Three Players You Can Pick As Captain
Sanju Samson 
The Indian Wicket Keeper batsman won the game for RR single-handedly smashing 82 of 52 balls at a strike rate of 157.69. The skipper of RR would like to continue his form in the same stadium making him a good choice for captain. 
Mitchell Marsh 
Mitchell Marsh could hardly make an impact from the bat last game but considering his high profile and the pitches he loves to bat on, Jaipur will be ideal conditions for him. In the last game, he started well scoring 20 of 12 but got dismissed early denying himself an opportunity of scoring big. Other than batting, he is a decent all-rounder bowling that takes key wickets making him a perfect choice for vice-captain. 
Yashasvi Jaiswal 
India‘s Young sensation Jaiswal was hitting each ball effortlessly just like always before he got out at 24 with a strike of 200. He would like to cash his incredible form in international cricket to IPL and would like to start it from the home games itself. His attacking prospects make him a suitable captaincy choice. 

RR vs DC: Top Three Players You Can Pick As Vice-Captain
Trent Boult 
Trent Boult is one of the finest new bowl bowlers in the world across formats. He displayed it in the first game-breaking
 LSG ‘s batting order restricted them to a great start by taking their key wickets. He took two wickets in the powerplay and 
LSG ‘s chase couldn’t take off. He is expected to do the same in today‘s match making him a perfect choice for vice-captain. 
Tristan Stubbs
Tristan Stubbs is a hard-hitting batsman from South Africa. He failed to make it big for his Debut with Delhi but considering his potential to hit it from ball one makes him a tricky but decent vice-captain choice. 
Delhi‘s management has backed Tristian since the auction to do the finishing job well for them. 
Kuldeep Yadav 
Amidst Their hard batting and high-profile top order, the valuable contribution of Kuldeep Yadav goes unnoticed. Kuldeep Yadav has been a consistent performer for DC since. He took 2 wickets in the last game giving just 24 runs and turning the momentum in DC‘s side. He will be a good pick for vice-captain as batsmen could lose their wicket while attacking him. 
RR vs DC Differential Picks 

Shai Hope (DC)
Yuzvendra Chahal (RR)
Nandre Burger (RR)
Abhishek Porel (DC)



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