A list of five bowlers will fly to the UAE as practice bowlers for the Delhi Capitals, which includes Pradeep Sangwan and Pawan Suyal. Pawan Suyal and Pradeep Sangwan both have played in the previous IPL editions while the latter has plied
Delhi Capitals opening batsman Prithvi Shaw made his comeback to the Indian side this year on the tour of New Zealand. While Prithvi Shaw’s performances were not up to the mark, the opener has set his sights on the forthcoming leg of
Ajinkya Rahane, Indian Test vice-captain, feels that the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League [IPL] will be different from the other seasons because of the fact that it will be played in the bio-secure environment of the United Arab Emirates. The
Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Ponting has caused a stir by stating that he will have a “hard conversation” with Ravichandran Ashwin over the idea of ‘mankading’ ahead of the upcoming IPL season. The former Australia captain made it clear that the
Delhi Capitals have roped in South African pacer Anrich Nortje to replace England star Chris Woakes in their squad for the upcoming season of IPL. The thirteenth edition of IPL 2020, which was scheduled to take place in March-May, will start on
IPL 2020 might be taking place in the UAE but dozens of unheralded cricketers are set to get a chance to bowl at the top stars of the game as net bowlers during the competition. The entire tournament is going to take
Mohammad Kaif, former Indian middle-order batsman and the current assistant coach of the Delhi Capitals, recently opened up about his franchise in the upcoming edition of the IPL. Delhi Capitals underwent a 360 degree turn when it comes to their performance in
India’s Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane would be one of the many Indian players partaking in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). After plenty of struggles and soul-searching, BCCI managed to confirm the dates and venue for the extravaganza. The
The fans finally tasted some positive news regarding the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The initial beginning date of the IPL was the 29th of March before being postponed to the 15th of April due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 edition of the IPL is all set to take place in the United Arab Emirates. The ICC recently postponed the T20 World Cup, paving way for a clear window for the cash-rich league to take place between September 26-November 07.