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Delhi Capitals. Credits: BCCI
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Another exciting season of Indian Premier League is round the corner and the teams have already begun their planning to make a strong squad. In this article, we will take a look at the three cricketers Delhi Capitals might release ahead of the auctions of the next season.

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Delhi produced a scintillating effort in the last season as they progressed to the qualifiers; however, their journey ended there. The young side under the leadership of Shreyas Iyer did an exceptional job in the last edition and they will aim to continue the same and go all the way in the upcoming season.

3 Players Who Might Be Released From Delhi Capitals Ahead Of IPL 2020 Auction
Shreyas Iyer. Credit: BCCI

The management with former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting at the helm of things will be keen to fill in the weak links in the squad in the auctions which will take place in Kolkata on December 19. They are likely to release a few cricketers as well to bring in some fresh faces in the side.

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We at Cricket Addictor will take a look at the three players Delhi Capitals might release ahead of the next edition of the Indian Premier League:

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COLIN MUNRO

Colin Munro IPL 2018
Colin Munro. Credit: BCCI

The New Zealander is one of the most destructive batsmen across the globe in the shortest format of the game. However, he was not at his best for Delhi Capitals in the 2019 edition of the Indian Premier League.

He has failed to show his exploits in India which has hurt Delhi’s chances on many occasions. However, it is not only his performance, but Munro might also face the axe due to the team combinations. With Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan at the top along with skipper Shreyas Iyer at three, it is nearly impossible to accommodate Munro in the top-order.

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So, the management might be tempted to release him and rope a utility cricketer in his place.

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Ankush Das

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