IPL 2023
Ajit Agarkar Opines DC Has A Lot Of Pride To Play For Against PBKS
By CricShots - May 17, 2023 12:45 pm
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The Delhi Capitals (DC) are in readiness to lock horns with Punjab Kings (PBKS) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala on Wednesday. Speaking ahead of the game, Delhi Capitals’ Assistant Coach Ajit Agarkar reveals that they have a lot of pride at stake.

Delhi Capitals (DC)

Ahead of their second last game of the season, Ajit Agarkar said, “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 lost too many wickets in a cluster in the last game. 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.”

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The Assistant Coach expressed that he’s hoping for a good batting track for their match against Punjab Kings. He explained, “Dharamsala is a spectacular venue. Hopefully, we’ll get a good batting track which will give the batters a chance to play a bit more freely.”

Ajit Agarkar
Ajit Agarkar

Ajit Agarkar also showered praises on the veteran pacer Ishant Sharma for his performance this season. He opined that the lanky pacer has been really good around the players and the youngsters have been learning from the way he has conducted himself and prepared for games. 

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It is to be noted that Delhi Capitals have already bowed out of the tournament after suffering a 31-run loss to PBKS. In the reverse fixture, they will again see Shikhar Dhawan-led side on May 17 at Dharamsala and would be raring to give in their all as they have a lot of pride at stake. DC went out of the IPL 2023 playoffs race after losing eight games and winning just four out of their 12 clashes so far.