South African express pacer Anrich Nortje, who had an unforgettable first match against the Super Giants, will also want to perform well for his side in the upcoming match
Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman has been quite affective as well for the Capitals. The left-arm pacer in his two games has scalped a total of four wickets and has been very economical as well. He is expected to retain his place in the playing XI.
Kuldeep Yadav has been the stand-out performer for DC so far. The Chinaman has picked six wickets in three games so far and will look to perform well against his old franchise.
Allrounder Shardul Thakur has also not shown his best in the tournament so far. The right-handed batter made 22 off just 11 balls against MI. He could only managed to make two runs in the second game and did not get the chance to bat in the third.
Axar Patel has also been a valuable asset for DC. Patel played an excellent knock of 38 runs in just 17 balls to take his side home during their tournament opener against MI. The left-arm spinner has not been able to scalp any wickets for his side so far, but given his abilities, it can change very soon.
Lalit Yadav have performing for the Capitals in this season so far. Yadav in his two innings with the bat has scored 73 runs for the Capitals. In bowling, the right-arm spinner has bowled some tight lines and has also wicket few crucial wickets.
Sarfaraz Khan who played his first match for DC in this edition, scored a valuable 36 off 28 balls, hitting three fours. The right-handed batter will also look to play with more responsibility and try to hit boundaries more regularly, as compared to the previous match.
Skipper Rishabh Pant after scoring 39 off 36 balls, will look to play more freely and score some quick runs for the Capitals.
Australian allrounder Mitchell Marsh is expected to be named in the playing XI against KKR. He is expected to replace West Indies allrounder Rovman Powell, who is having a horrible time in IPL 2022.
Australian opener David Warner who played his first match for the Capitals against LSG, struggled to say the least. The left-handed batter managed to score only four runs and took 12 balls, without hitting a single boundary.
Opener Prithvi Shaw was in his absolute best during the last game against LSG, the 22-year old scored an excellent knock of 61 off 34 balls, hitting nine fours and two sixes during his inning. Shaw also gave a perfect start to his side during the first match against MI.