4 Players Delhi capitals Can Retain For IPL 2022

1)Rishabh pant

DC retained Rishabh Pant at a time when he wasn’t not a regular member of Team India and now he is not just a endless member across all three formats, the youth is also the leader of the Delhi capitals team last year Rishabh is now DC’s full- time skipper and one of the top grear keeper batsmen in world right now.

There is no way he’d be released. Should he be retained, Rishabh might see his payment being doubled as a first- choice retained player has to be paid Rs 16 crore or Rs 15 crore. The quantum will depend on the number of players a Delhi franchise retains. He was retained for Rs 8 crore before IPL 2018 mega transaction.

2)Privthvi Shaw

Prithvi Shaw is another younger whom the Delhi team have invested a lot in over the last four times. Since his debut in the 2018 Indian Premier League season, Shaw has scored 1305 runs at an normal of24.62 and strike rate of146.3.

Opening at the top of the order, Shaw provides brisk thresholds, setting up the platform for a big score. Still, the right-hander needs to concentrate a little on his thickness. With the mega-auction lined up in December, the Delhi franchise is likely to retain Prithvi Shaw for the long run.

3) Shreyas Iyer

Shreyas Iyer made his IPL debut playing for the Delhi Capitals in 2015, and since also has been an regular member of the team He took over the captaincy from Gautam Gambhir in 2018. Shreyas led Delhi Centrals to the tests of IPL 2020, which they ultimately lost to Mumbai Indians.

The right-hander has scored 2375 IPL runs at an normal of31.67 and a strike rate of123.96. He’s likely to be retained by the Delhi Centrals for the forthcoming Indian Premier League season.

4) Kagiso Rabada

Amongst all the batters, leader Kagiso Rabada comes up to be a probable option to get retained. The South African leader has been their key in the bowling department and DC will not try to lose it anyhow.

Kagiso Rabada is the greatest fast bowler and he can bowl deadliest yorker and also very good death bowler at the end