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| On Jun 17, 2022 6:08 PM IST

IPL 2023 DC Playing 11 – Predicted Delhi Capitals Playing XI


DC Playing 11 – The Rishabh Pant-led Delhi Capitals (DC) had a mixed IPL 2022 with fifth-place finish on point table. With the kind of firepower in Delhi IPL team, it’s a no-brainer that would be one of the threatening teams in IPL 2023.

Let’s look at the possible Delhi Capitals Playing XI for IPL 2023

1. Prithvi Shaw
2. David Warner
3. Mitchell Marsh
4. Rishabh Pant (c & wk)
5. Sarfaraz Khan
6. Rovman Powell
7. Axar Patel
8. Shardul Thakur
9. Kuldeep Yadav
10. Anrich Nortje
11. Khaleel Ahmed

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DC Playing 11

The opening pair for David Warner and Prithvi Shaw was the most explosive pair in the IPL 2022. They came out all guns blazing in many matches and provided DC with a fiery start in almost every match. They are expected to continue opening the batting for the franchise even next year.

Mitchell Marsh has been in the form of his life of late. He played some staggering innings for DC in IPL 2023 and therefore it’s almost certain that he will bat at No.3. Skipper Rishabh Pant will continue batting at No.4 and he would be hoping to make a great comeback both with the bat as well as the leadership skills.

Sarfaraz Khan very few chances in DC’s XI. But he made most of the opportunities he got and it is expected that he will bat at No.5. At No.6 hard-hitting West Indies batter Rovman Powell is likely to be slated. His ability to change the game within a over makes him a certain pick in Strongest Delhi Capitals Playing XI for IPL 2023.

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Axar Patel and Shardul Thakur proved their prowess with both bat and ball in IPL 2022. They were one of the main reason behind DC’s winning performances and are likely to be in the team next year as well.

Kuldeep Yadav had his best IPL season in 2022. He was a genuine wicket-taker for his side and is expected to play the same role next year as well. Anrich Nortje and Khaleel Ahmed will form the pace bowling for DC next year.


Ankit Jit Singh

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