RCB Defeats DC in IPL 2021
RCB Defeats DC in IPL 2021 (Image Credit: IPLT20.com)
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Under Faf du Plessis’ new direction, Royal Challengers Bangalore joined the 2022 Indian Premier League season. The RCB displayed outstanding cricket and appeared poised to win the competition. However, they were eliminated from the competition after failing to defeat Rajasthan Royals in the second qualifier. 

The Bangalore franchise’s prospective campaign featured a lot of appeals. In light of this, the think tank made the decision to keep the majority of its players after the IPL 2023 auction and release only five. The Royal Challengers Bangalore will prefer to fill the vacant places with top-tier players as they attempt to win their first IPL championship in the upcoming season. 

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Wanindu Hasaranga, Royal Challengers Bangalore
Royal Challengers Bangalore. Image: BCCI/IPL

Last season, the Delhi Capitals, led by Rishabh Pant, made a strong start before losing steam at the conclusion of the competition. Tim Seifert and Shardul Thakur, two prominent players for the capital team, were released, with the former joining the Kolkata Knight Riders in purple.

Delhi Capitals released Shardul Thakur (traded), Tim Seifert, Ashwin Hebbar, Srikar Bharat, and Mandeep Singh.

Let’s have a look at the 3 players released by Delhi Capitals that the Royal Challengers Bangalore can target. 

IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Players Released By Delhi Capitals That Royal Challengers Bangalore Can Target

Mandeep Singh

Mandeep Singh, LSG vs DC
Mandeep Singh (Photo: BCCI)

Mandeep Singh participated in the Indian Premier League 2022 with Delhi Capitals. The batter, however, did not perform well with the bat as he only managed to score 18 runs in three games for the team.

Mandeep Singh may be the ideal choice to fill the number five spot for the Royal Challengers Bangalore team since all four of its abroad positions are already filled. The batter has additionally previously represented the team.

Mandeep Singh played well at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, scoring 112 runs in 5 innings at an excellent strike rate of 149.33 and a respectable average of 37.33. Additionally, he batted for Punjab most of the time at number five during the competition.

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