Delhi Daredevils

Delhi Daredevils – the two times semi finalists have a very strong batting line up and a descent bowling strength. The team has to heavily rely on the Indian youngsters for their bowling attack. Their batting is their strength as they have got the most aggressive and attacking batsmen in the tournament.

Delhi Daredevils strength

Virender Shewag The attacking and aggressive batsman can play delicate and destroying strokes at his will. He is really unstoppable and once he starts going it is very difficult to stop him. As he opens the innings, he sets the pace of the game and makes the IPL T20 target easier for other players to achieve.

Gautam Gambhir

Stylish left handed batsmen who can play adventurous strokes and can remain in the crease up to the end of the game. In the present IPL t20 3 edition he is leading the IPLT20 Delhi Daredevils side.

AB de Villiers

The South African dasher is capable of playing attacking strokes and also he is one the best fielders of the team. It is very hard to beat him in the close field and his accurate throws may end up with close run outs for the opponents.

Dinesh Karthick

Middle order batsmen who can play according to the circumstances. He is a very talented and intelligent player who can handle the crisis well. He has won few matches for the team in the previous DLF IPL editions.

T M Dilshan

He is a fantastic aggressive player who can demolish the bowling attack of opponents. He can also bowl effectively as a part time bowler in case of need.

Dirk Nannes

The Delhi Daredevils is heavily relying on this pace bowler who is very accurate and can pitch the balls on the right spots to shake the confidence of the batsmen. He will be leading the pace attack for the team and expected to take lot of wickets.

Amit Mishra

He is an attacking leg-spinner who can trouble the batsman on turning wickets. He has taken more than 25 wickets in the DLF IPL tournaments.

The team also has got Ashish Nehra, a fast bowler and other local talents like sangvan and others.

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