In the second match of the IPL 2021, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Delhi Capitals (DC) will begin their journey in the new season when they will face each other at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) this Saturday (10th April) night.
CSK are the three-time IPL champions who finished in the seventh position in the last IPL season, which was their first below four finish in an IPL season. Surely, they will try to prove that the previous season was just a rare incident in their strong cricket culture.
Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals were the finalist in the IPL 2020, which was also their first final experience in a tournament. However, they lost that final match to Mumbai Indians (MI) and finished that season as the runners-up.
IPL 2021, Match 2: Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals (CSK vs DC) – Weather Forecast
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Delhi Capitals (DC) will meet this Saturday (10th April) night at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai). This match has been scheduled to begin at 07:30 PM (19:30) local time.
According to the weather forecast, the sky can be partly cloudy for most of the day time, but in the evening, the sky is expected to be clear most of the time. There are very few chances of rain for the entire day which is around 10%.
The weather forecast also suggests that the temperature of the day can be maximum around 34°C and minimum around 27°C.
IPL 2021, Match 2: Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals (CSK vs DC) – Pitch Report
Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) will host this IPL 2021 match between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Delhi Capitals (DC).
Recently, this venue hosted 10 T20 matches during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2020/21, where the chasing teams won eight games and the first batting sides managed to successfully defend their totals only twice. Even 200+ targets were also not safe during that tournament.
While batsmen definitely enjoy this venue, fast bowlers have the better records among the bowlers. In T20 cricket, bowlers generally find difficulties at this venue.