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Mitchell McClenaghan    Bowler    New Zealand
McClenaghan finished with figures of three for 24 in Indians' win over Daredevils Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

McClenaghan removed three big-time players in Indians' defense of a modest 143, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Iyer, and Corey Anderson. The New Zealand quick struck in the second over to remove Sampson, taking Delhi to 10/2. He struck twice in the fourth over, outing Iyer for six before dismissing his fellow countryman Anderson for zero. The 30-year-old bowled 12 dot balls, the second most of any Mumbai bowler and gave away two fours and one six. McClenaghan is currently Mumbai Indians' highest wicket-taker with 12 wickets at an average of 20.25, he's tied for second in the most-wickets list with Daredevils' Chris Morris.
Jasprit Bumrah    Batsman    India
Bumrah took two for 21 in Indians' win over Daredevils Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Bumrah's two wickets came at an innings-best economy rate of 5.25. He bowled 11 dot balls and only conceded two boundaries. The 23-year-old claimed the wickets of Rishab Pant and Kagiso Rabada, who scored 44 before being bowled. Bumrah's performance is his best in his last four matches and his second-best overall this season after his three for 24 against Sunrisers in Mumbai's third match.
Jos Buttler    Wicketkeeper    Mumbai Indians
Buttler hit 28 runs from 18 balls in Mumbai's win over Delhi Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Buttler smashed three fours and two sixes to help Indians get the 47/2 before he was run-out via a direct hit from Daredevils's batsman Sanju Sampson. Only half of his balls faced were scoring shots, he faced five dot balls from South Africa international Kagiso Rabada, who was playing his first IPL match, but also hit him for two singles and one six. The England wicketkeeper has been in strong form for Mumbai in this edition of the tournament, he's their second-highest run scorer so far with 213 runs, behind Nitish Rana's 263. Buttler is currently 10th on the most runs list for IPL 10.
Rohit Sharma    Batsman    Mumbai Indians
Sharma was out for five against Daredevils Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Sharma's miserable season continues despite Mumbai's success. The 29-year-old batsman only has one double-digit score in his six innings so far, 40 not-out against Lion's last week. The Indians captain was part of a middle-order collapse, losing three wickets for 13 runs. He was brought down my a wrong-un from Amit Mishra when he failed to read the delivery and hit a sweep shot straight to Australia international Pat Cummins at deep square leg.
Amit Mishra    Batsman    Delhi Daredevils
Mishra took figures of two for 18 in Daredevils' loss to Indians Saturday.

Fantasy Analysis

Mishra finished with a match-best economy of just 4.5 runs from his four overs, he also tied for the most dot balls in the match with 14. The legspinner claimed the wickets of Indians captain Rohit Sharma and Krunal Pandya. His two for 18 is one in a list of frugal displays including one for 16 and three for 11 so far this season. He's Delhi's second-highest wicket-taker with seven behind Pat Cummin's nine.
Rashid Khan    Bowler    Sunrisers Hyderabad
Khan took one for 17 off four overs in Saturday's defeat to the Rising Pune Supergiant.

Fantasy Analysis

Khan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have formed one of the most fearsome bowling tandems in the IPL this season and while Kumar was lit up for 19 in a single over largely due to the heroics of MS Dhoni, Khan was as steady as ever. He claimed the scalp of Steven Smith in the 11th over and then used his remarkable agility to run out Rahul Tripathi at the start of the 14th over. In his four over spell, he bowled 10 dot balls and only conceded one boundary—a remarkable feat for someone who bowls as many high-pressure overs as he does.
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