Sunday , May 19 2024

Big blow to Delhi Capitals, star player out of first half

IPL 2024 is going to start in March. Earlier, Delhi Capitals had suffered a big blow as one of the star players of the team was out of the first half of IPL 2024. The schedule of matches of the first half of IPL 2024 was announced on 22 February. This time the eyes of the fans are fixed on Delhi Capitals because Rishabh Pant can make a comeback this time in IPL 2024.

Star player out of first half

Delhi Capitals team will start its IPL 2024 campaign from March 23. Delhi Capitals' first match will be against Punjab Kings. However, before this the fast bowling department of the team has suffered a major setback. Actually, Australian fast bowler Jhye Richardson is part of the Delhi Capitals team for IPL 2024. He was out of the first half due to injury.

This time in the IPL 2024 auction, Delhi Capitals bought Jhye Richardson for Rs 5 crore. But now Richardson is recovering from a side strain and will not be available for the first half. Giving this information, Delhi Capitals co-owner Parth Jindal said that Richardson will not be with the team in the first half but will join a certain team in the second half.

A performance by Zay Richardson

Jhye Richardson was seen playing for Punjab Kings in the year 2021. After which he stayed away from IPL for two seasons. Now once again Richardson can make a comeback in IPL. Richardson's performance in Australia's famous T20 league Big Bash League has been excellent. J Richardson has taken 94 wickets in 70 matches in the Big Bash League. However, Richardson is out for a long time due to injury.

Delhi's command is in the hands of Rishabh Pant

The good news for the fans of Delhi Capitals is that Rishabh Pant is going to make a comeback in IPL 2024. Pant was seriously injured after the accident, after which Pant had to be ruled out of IPL 2023. In Pant's absence, the command of Delhi Capitals was in the hands of David Warner. Now once again Rishabh Pant will be seen captaining Delhi Capitals. However, according to the co-owner of Delhi Capitals, Pant will be seen only batting while wicketkeeping will be done by some other player.