Delhi Capitals Declare Pravin Dubey as Replacement For Amit Mishra

IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals Declare Pravin Dubey as Replacement For Amit Mishra

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The Karnataka-based Dubey has played 14 homegrown T20 matches for his state, and has 16 wickets to his name, with an economy pace of 6.87.

Delhi Capitals on Monday reported that Pravin Dubey had been marked as the swap for the injured leg-spinner Amit Mishra. Dubey, a legspinner himself, will enter DC for the rest of their IPL 2020 mission.

The Karnataka-based Dubey has played 14 homegrown T20 matches for his state, and has 16 wickets to his name, with an economy pace of 6.87.

Mishra was precluded the season in the wake of supporting a physical issue to the ring finger of his bowling arm while DC’s match versus KKR in Sharjah on third October.

“The 37-year-old has gone through medical procedure, and is recuperating right now,” DC said in an official statement.

The Haryana spinner performed 3 matches this season. It took three wickets in them before being sidelined with a physical issue. He’s the 2nd highest wicket-taker in IPL history after Lasith Malinga.

In the interim, DC are flying high and have placed themselves in shaft position to make the end of the season games.

They have acquired 7 of their 9 matches so far to gather 14 focuses and are right now driving the standings.

They are continued in the focuses table by Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders at the second, third and fourth spot individually.

DC additionally made the end of the season games last season where they left in the wake of losing to Chennai Super Kings in the subsequent qualifier.

DC will next face Kings XI Punjab who on Sunday night vanquished MI in a significant challenge that was chosen by a twofold Super Over.

KXIP, who have won their last tw0 matches, lifted themselves from the lower part of the standings and kept their season finisher trusts alive.

The last time these two groups got down to business, the outcome was chosen by a Super Over with DC winning.


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