IPL 2021 Auction: From Liton Das to Mathew Wade, Delhi Capitals likely to buy these five players

IPL 2021 Auction- A mini-auction ahead of the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season will be held at Chennai on February. Every time will eye to pick the best players out of the 1,097 players who have registered their names for the IPL 2021 auction. Like every other franchise, Delhi Capitals will look to strengthen its squad to win the upcoming season. The DC camp needs two overseas and six Indian players with 12.9 crore left in their purse.


Retained Players: Shreyas Iyer, Ajinkya Rahane, Amit Mishra, Avesh Khan, Axar Patel, Harshal Patel, Ishant Sharma, Kagiso Rabada, Prithvi Shaw, R Ashwin, Rishabh Pant, Shikhar Dhawan, Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Lalit Yadav, Anrich Nortje, Daniel Sams, Pravin Dubey, Chris Woakes


Released Players: Alex Carey, Keemo Paul, Tushar Deshpande, Sandeep Lamichhane, Mohit Sharma, Jason Roy


Here’s a list of IPL players who can bring stability to the Delhi Capitals


Mathew Wade

The Australian wicket-keeper can be a good pick for the Delhi Capitals if they fail to buy Alex Carey and Jason Roy (released players). The latter is the highest run of the BBL this season. Mathew Wade can play a crucial role as a backup opener for the Delhi Capitals camp. He can also play in the middle-order.


Moeen Ali

The England all-round can be good bench strength for Delhi Capitals. He has the ability to contribute in both departments. Ali, who has been left out of Royal Challengers Bangalore, is unlikely to fetch his previous IPL salary (Rs 1.7 crore).


Liton Das

The Bangladesh opener is a good enough player in the shortest version of the game. He can be utilized if the top order if Prithvi Shaw fails to do well at the top.


Isuru Udana

Udana can be a good bowler for the Shreyas Iyer-led franchise as he can bowl well in the powerplay overs. He was last bought for Rs 5 crore by the Bangalore-based franchise RCB. The Sri Lanka player can be bought at a lower price following his performance for RCB in IPL 2020.


Tom Banton

The England opening batsman in the T20I format can produce good numbers if given enough opportunities. KKR during the previous season experimented with his batting order and didn’t give him enough chances to prove himself in his first IPL season.


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