IPL 2020 Finals: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals- Who’ll Take It Home?
A still of Rohit Sharma (left) and Shreyas Iyer (right) with the IPL 2020 trophy during Qualifier 1.
A journey that began on 19th September, 2020 is now coming to an end. After a lot of drama, IPL 2020 finally began in UAE as cricket returned to the TV after a period of 6 months. For the past 2 months, IPL has been entertaining us with the most thrilling and nerve-wracking matches. We got to see many players and teams breaking different records. As a result, after this journey of 2 months, it is now time for the finals of IPL 2020. Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals are the finalists for the tournament and will be clashing tomorrow at the Dubai International Stadium.
Who has more chances of winning IPL 2020?
Mumbai Indians, the defending champions have been in an amazing form proving why they are the best team in the league. They have won 4 IPL titles till now and are currently eyeing their 5th title. They won 9 out of their 14 league games this season to finish at the top of the points table with 18 points. Even after their star players like Ishan Kishan and skipper Rohit Sharma got injured, they managed to win the matches with great calm and composure. However, now the tournament has come down to its final stage. Talking about their final records, MI has played 5 finals to date and has managed to win 4 out of them. They’ll surely give their best to win another title to prove their dominance in the league.
On the other hand, Delhi Capitals have also had a brilliant season as they have managed to reach their maiden IPL final. DC has been an amazing team throughout every season with the likes of many great players but had never managed to make it to the finals. Last year, they managed to make it to the playoffs and even won the eliminator against Sunrisers Hyderabad. However, Chennai Super Kings knocked them out in Qualifier 2. But, this year they have managed to make it to the playoffs and seem to be one of the strongest contenders for the trophy. They finished the first half of the league at the top of the points table but lost a few matches later on to fell down the ranks. However, they managed to make a comeback as they finished in the Top 2 with a win against RCB.