PBKS vs DC: Delhi Capitals didn’t have the performance they would have liked in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League. They started the season with five consecutive defeats and also struggled with the form of key players. The big names have failed, which resulted in DC becoming the first team to get out of the race to the playoffs. Delhi is sitting in last place with only four wins out of 12 games so far.

Featured Pick

Total sixes in the match will be over 14.5

PBKS vs DC | 17 May 19:30 PMBet ₹500, payout ₹900

Dafabet Welcome Offer

UP TO ₹16,000 throughout the IPL


There are still two more games to play for them this season. Their next game is against the Punjab Kings at the HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala on Wednesday. DC lost the last game against the same opposition at home. Thus, it will be a great opportunity to level the score-line. However, there are some areas that the franchise needs to address. But with no pressure to make the playoffs, players can play their natural game.

PBKS vs DC: “We will try to finish as high as possible on the points table”- DC’s Assistant Coach Ajit Agarkar

PBKS vs DC: "Alot of Pride at Stake"- DC Assistant Coach Ajit Agarkar Ahead of PBKS Clash on Wednesday
PBKS vs DC: “Alot of Pride at Stake”- DC Assistant Coach Ajit Agarkar Ahead of PBKS Clash on Wednesday

Delhi has lost a few close games that could have gone either way. However, there have been some players who have come out as positives for the team this season. The performance of Axar Patel is a big positive with both the bat and the ball. Ishant Sharma has also done well. DC’s assistant coach, Ajit Agarkar, admitted that despite being eliminated from the tournament, Delhi will come out for pride. In a discussion ahead of the PBKS clash, Agarkar said,

Best IPL Odds Available

“There’s a lot of pride at stake and there are still two points to play for. We won’t change our approach and we will try to finish as high as possible on the points table. We got off to a good start, but we couldn’t finish the match. We’ll look to improve upon this aspect of our batting in our next two games. Hopefully, we’ll get a good batting track which will give the batters a chance to play a bit more freely.”

Furthermore, Agarkar also lauded Ishant and said that young bowlers can certainly learn from him. Delhi will play their last game against the four-time champion Chennai Super Kings on Saturday at home. It is a must-win game for CSK, and if they lose that match, they will be out of the competition. Thus, Delhi can spoil the party for PBKS and CSK in their remaining games.

Share this post!

Write a Reply or Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *