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IPL 2020: Amit Mishra’s replacement announced by the Delhi Capitals

By Bet Barter

October 20, 2020

The Delhi Capitals (DC) reported that Karnataka leg-spinner Pravin Dubey will be replacing Amit Mishra in their squad for what remains of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020).

The 27-year-old is a like-for-like swap for Mishra. Mishra endured a physical issue while attempting a catch off his own bowling prior to IPL 2020. It was in the match against the Kolkata Knight Riders. The veteran leg-spinner has gone through the medical procedure for the ligament injury on his bowling hand. He is at present recovering from the equivalent. Dubey is in the UAE as a net bowler for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

This is the second IPL group that Pravin Dubey has been a part of. He has been picked by RCB in 2016. It didn't show up over the two seasons that he was important for the franchise. The Karnataka man has been a reliable entertainer in the homegrown circuit and has 16 wickets from 14 games at an economic pace of 6.87.

Amit Mishra was in phenomenal form for DC in IPL 2020, however, his nonattendance hasn't been felt seriously because of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel getting down to business honorably. DC can likewise call upon the administrations of Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, who hasn't played a game yet in IPL 2020 in spite of having dominated in the Caribbean Premier League.

Dubey might not get a game to play for Delhi

The 27-year-old Pravin Dubey probably won't be an aspect of the DC playing XI promptly, yet could have a task to carry out at the business end of the competition when the wickets delayed down considerably more.

It will see if Pravin Dubey even gets a chance to play for the Delhi franchise or not. Pravin Dubey has been very impressive in domestic cricket. He may not get a chance to play as both Ashwin and Patel has been in great shape from the start of this IPL. Dubey might learn a lot of things from the experienced campaign of the Delhi franchise.

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