11. Anrich Nortje

Express Pacer Anrich Nortje managed to scalp one crucial wicket of skipper Kane Williamson but was a little expensive in his bowling.

10. Khaleel Ahmed

Khaleel Ahmed scalped three big wickets in the previous match and will want to continue his good outing with the ball.

9. Kuldeep Yadav

Kuldeep has bowled some excellent spells in the tournament so far and will look to continue his performance ahead as well.

8. Shardul Thakur

Shardul Thakur has been a silent performer for the Capitals. Shardul did not get a chance to bat in the previous game. However, he scalped two crucial wickets of Nicholas Pooran and Shashank Singh.

7. Axar Patel

Axar Patel who missed the last game against SRH is also expected to make a comeback.

6. Lalit Yadav

The right-handed batter Lalit Yadav has scored 137 runs in nine innings and has four wickets with the ball as well.

5. Mitchell Marsh 

Australian batter Mitchell Marsh has struggled to score runs in the tournament and will want to play a good knock against the defending champions.

4. Rishabh Pant (c & wk)

The captain and wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant has accumulated 260 runs in ten innings. The left-handed batter played a decent knock of 26 runs in the previous match and will look to play with more responsibility.

3. Rovman Powell

West Indies batter Rovman Powell is showing his true potential. The right-handed batter had amassed 67 runs in just 35 balls and was a key scorer for DC to get them past the 200-run mark.

2. David Warner

David Warner wreaked havoc on his previous franchise SRH in the last match. The pocket dynamite scored 92 runs in just 58 balls and was also adjudged player of the match for his excellent knock.

1. Prithvi Shaw

Mandeep Singh did not manage to open his account against the Orange Army. Meanwhile, the regular opening batter Prithvi Shaw is expected to make a comeback in the playing XI against the defending champions and will look to score quickly during the field restrictions.