IPL 2022 Predicted XI for DC vs. Punjab Kings: Will Prithvi Shaw Rejoin Rishabh Pant’s Playing XI? On Monday evening, the Delhi Capitals will face the Punjab Kings.
On Monday, the Delhi Capitals (DC) will play the Punjab Kings (PBKS) in Match 64 of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai. With 12 points from 12 games, including six wins and six losses, Delhi is currently fifth in the IPL 2022 Points Table. Delhi had previously defeated Rajasthan Royals (RR) by eight wickets in Navi Mumbai. Mitchell Marsh, the star all-rounder who took two wickets in 25 overs to restrict RR to 160 for six, will be scrutinized. The Australian smashed 89 runs off 62 balls as DC reached 161 for two in 18.1 overs.
Here’s how DC Predicted XI against PBKS:
Prithvi Shaw has been released from the hospital following treatment for typhoid, but he is unlikely to be fit for the match against PBKS. Despite his lack of success, Bharat is likely to continue.
During the win over RR, the Australian opener hit an unbeaten half-century (52 runs off 41 balls). He’ll be hoping to maintain his momentum.
During his team’s victory over RR, the Australian all-rounder was in commanding form.
This season, the wicketkeeper-batter has struggled to put up big totals. In the remaining games, he will look to make an impact with the bat.
Lalit Yadav has not taken the opportunities that have been presented to him with both hands, but he will want to make useful contributions.
The West Indian cricketer has already demonstrated his big-hitting abilities for Delhi, but he needs to improve his consistency with the bat.
Axar Patel failed to take wickets against RR once more, as his poor form with the ball continued in IPL 2022. However, his impressive bat performance this season has made him an important part of the lineup.
Shardul Thakur has nine wickets in 12 games for Delhi this season but has been costly on numerous occasions.
This season, the spinner has taken the most wickets for his team, with 18 in 12 games.
The South African pacer was in fine form against RR, taking two wickets in four overs.
Chetan Sakariya will be looking to build on his previous game performance, in which he took crucial wickets of Jos Buttler and Riyan Parag.