Today we bring you information about the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers. The most consistent team in the IPL at the moment, Delhi Capitals has been one of the strongest contenders for the coveted IPL trophy. With a perfect blend of youth and experience, Delhi Capitals have played with precision.
Their bowling department spearheaded by the ace bowling sensation Kagiso Rabada, their batting department bolstered by the presence of young Indian batsmen like Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw who are destined for success in the future and their fielding has combined to form a deadly combination. However, owing to their superlative performances in the tournament some players have not got an adequate amount of opportunities in the matches and can thus be among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers-
One of the premium batsmen in the Indian line up for the last part of the decade, Rahane has fallen out of favor in the limited-overs format. Although his elegant batting and match-winning abilities in test cricket are widely recognized, he has never been able to translate that success in the shorter versions of the game.
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Despite playing for Rajasthan Royals and scoring tons of runs for the franchise over the years, he was never able to command the respect that his illustrious Indian counterparts in Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have commanded over the years. Rahane was roped in by the Delhi franchise as a cover for Prithvi Shaw. Although the young left-hander has not been able to shine through in the tournament, Rahane hasn’t been given much opportunity as well. Among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers
Keemo Paul (West Indies)
Another firebrand fast bowler to have come up from the West Indies U19 setup along with Alzarri Joseph, Paul is highly rated as the future of West Indies fast bowling. His ripping inswingers can be put to great use in the shorter formats, something the Delhi franchise has not resorted to.
Anrich Nortje has played as the second specialist seamer and has impressed one and all with his incredible speed and wicket-taking ability in the powerplay. His pace complements the sheer class of someone like Rabada and the two pacers spitfire from both ends. Among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers.
Alex Carey (Australia)
The destructive wicket-keeper batsman has been a vital cog in the Australian limited-overs set up for quite some time now. His ability to strike sweet and score runs at a tremendously quick pace has garnered respect from all over the world. With his athletic keeping behind the stumps, Alex has drawn comparisons with the legendary Adam Gilchrist.
Carey is an absolute matchwinner when in rhythm, something that was witnessed in the recently concluded limited-overs series versus England where he and Glen Maxwell rescued Australia from a precarious position, both the batsmen scoring spectacular hundreds. However, Delhi has gone for the maverick Rishabh Pant as their first choice keeper-batsman.
Although Carey did get to play a couple of matches owing to Rishabh’s injury, it is difficult for him to be a part of the team regularly now that Rishabh is back in the scheme of things. Among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers.
Mohit Sharma with his slower ones and varied seam bowling at the death had become an inseparable part of the CSK franchise for three seasons in a row. His deceptive bowling at the death increased his reputation and also opened up doors for him to represent India in international matches.
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But with the quality of raw bowling talent that Delhi Capitals possesses, it will be difficult for Mohit to cut the final team. There might be a mid-season transfer regarding him where some other team could make use of his abilities. Among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers.
Another player who has been a part of the Indian domestic set up for quite some time now, Harshal has got opportunities for this Delhi franchise. But owing to his tendency of leaking runs at the death, he was not considered as a viable option, and thus he is not being able to cement his place in this strong Delhi team. Among the DC players eligible for mid-season transfers.
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