Anrich Nortje was back among the wickets for the Delhi side in the previous side despite going for a few and that will be good signs for the South African moving forward in the tournament.
Chetan Sakariya has been quite impressive since returning to the playing XI for the Delhi Capitals and he was the standout bowler in the previous game.
Kuldeep Yadav has taken the most wickets for the Delhi Capitals this season with 18 scalps to his name but has struggled to find breakthroughs in the last two games.
Shardul Thakur despite not being among the wicket's column regularly, hasn’t conceded many runs and he bowled an economical spell in the previous game as well.
Axar Patel bowled just two overs in the previous game where he was taken to the cleaners and he conceded 25 as well. However, he remains a vital cog in the playing XI and can bowl at different stages of the game.
Lalit Yadav will have a big role to play as the all-rounder as well. With 137 runs in 11 games, Yadav will be looking to ensure he makes the most out of the chances in the upcoming games.
Mitchell Marsh showed his worth in the side for the Delhi Capitals in the previous game where he played a match-winning inning of 62 ball-89.
Rishabh Pant played just four deliveries in the previous game where he smoked two sixes and did the final rites against the Royals. The skipper has been quite aggressive in the last few games and has been willing to play his natural game rather than be keen on rotating strikes or building innings.
Rowman Powell did not have much to do in the previous game with the bat or bowl as he wasn’t needed and he is likely to keep his place in the side.
David Warner on the other hand has been the most consistent batter for the Delhi franchise and has moved into the third position in the race for the orange cap with 427 runs in 10 games.
Prithvi Shaw is all set to be back in the playing XI for the Delhi Capitals after missing out on the last three games and it will be a massive boost to the side at the top of the order.