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Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals Live Score, IPL 2024: Rishabh Pant's DC won the toss and elected to bat first against Shreyas Iyer's KKR at the Eden Gardens on Monday.

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Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals IPL 2024 Live Score: Rishabh Pant's DC won the toss and elected to bat first against Shreyas Iyer's KKR at Eden Gardens on Monday.

On the other hand, with four victories in its last five matches, the Rishabh pantsThe led side is gradually putting its pieces together and starting to look like a force to be reckoned with. Pant is also making rapid progress with each match as the CC among the top five at Fraser-McGurk, Abhishek Porel, Shai Hope, Pant and Stubbs will be a source of concern for KKR bowling.

KKR replaced the injured Mitchell Starc with Sri Lankan pacer Dushmantha Chameera. Kings of Punjab but the latter gave away 16 runs per over on debut for KKR and failed to inspire confidence. Barring spinner Sunil Narine, who returned with 1/24 from his four overs, none of the KKR bowlers made an impact.

Follow live score and KKR vs DC updates from Bombay below.

Indian Premier League, 2024 – Match 47

Horsemen Knights of Calcutta

against

Delhi Capitals

73/4 (8.0)

Bowling

Harshit Rana1/17 (2)

Sunil Narine *0/14 (2)

Drummer

Rishabh pants*18 (13)

Axar Patel1 (4)

Game in progress (Day – Match 47)
Delhi Capitals chose to bat

The Journey of Jake Fraser-McGurk

Jake Fraser-McGurk with his childhood coach Shanon Young at the SCG. Jake Fraser-McGurk with his childhood coach Shanon Young at the SCG.

Maybe only a monkey can stop Jake Fraser-McGurk. Like during the U-19 World Cup in South Africa in 2020, when he was sent home ahead of a clash against India. The story goes that during a trip to a nature reserve in Kimberly, he got too close to a monkey who was unhappy with the company and scratched its face. In India, he stayed away from Simiens and came closer to one thing with every ball: trying to smash a boundary, preferably a six. (LEARN MORE)

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First published online on: 29-04-2024 at 2:55 p.m. IST

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