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Inconsistent Titans face laggards DC


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Ahmedabad, April 16: Gujrat Titans will be striving for much needed consistency when they meet Delhi Capitals in an Indian Premier League match here on Wednesday.
Unlike the past two editions, the Titans have not been able to play like a well-oiled machine though they still have time to fix the flaws.
A last ball win over table leaders Rajasthan Royals on April 10 was just the kind of result the Titans needed to infuse fresh live to their campaign. They have only managed only two wins from their first six games but with another eight matches remaining, the Shubman Gill-led team has enough time to turn things around.
Delhi Capitals, on the other hand, have struggled to assemble their playing eleven due to form and fitness issues.
After four losses in five games, they got a much needed boost with the win against Lucknow Super Giants but they still have a lot to sort out if they are to push themselves for a place in the play-offs.
The presence of a fit again Kuldeep Yadav made a huge difference as he broke the backbone of the opposition with three timely strikes in Lucknow. Kuldeep, who has added more speed to his craft, seems to be at the peak of his powers and it could be difficult for Titans batters to face him. (PTI)
Match starts 7.30pm IST


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