A key bowler for the Delhi franchise alongside compatriot Anrich Nortje, Rabada has gone wicketless in the last four games.
Delhi Capitals pacer Kagiso Rabada says his team cannot afford to take its foot off the pedal as it enters the business end of the IPL in pursuit of a maiden title.
Last year, Delhi Capitals’ run to the IPL final was largely down to their brilliant pace attack comprising Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje leading from the front.
Anrich Nortje has returned to the Delhi Capitals side in the second phase of the Covid-struck IPL season, after missing the first phase due to an injury.
Delhi Capitals registered six wins from eight matches in the first half of the tournament and led the points table before the league was suspended midway in May owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Delhi franchise registered 6 wins from 8 matches in the first half of the tournament.
Kagiso Rabada is glad that he has finally broken the jinx and taken a five-wicket haul in 33 innings since Match 2018.
South African pacer Kagiso Rabada claimed his 10th five-wicket haul as the visitors thrashed West Indies by an innings and 63 runs.
IPL 2021: Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje reach Mumbai, but won't feature in Delhi's opening fixture on Saturday
Delhi Capitals posted a photo of the duo on Twitter and the franchise captioned the post as: "Name this duo that has just arrived back to our DC Family. Wrong answers only."
Last week, the members of the Delhi Capitals squad started training outdoors after completing their seven-day quarantine in Mumbai.
Venomous, accurate spells dished out by Philander, Steyn, Morkel and Rabada on second day help South Africa swell lead to 142.
We need more hard work but we will take it at the end of the day. After the sort of momentum India got in the second session, we would take that lead," said Rabada at the end of the day's play.