KKR Playing XI vs DC: Aaron Finch ready to return

KKR Playing XI vs DC – IPL 2022 Live Update: The Kolkata Knight Riders have been in a slump after a brilliant start to the season and captain Shreyas Iyer will be looking to block that slide as the former team prepares to face the Delhi Capitals. As the play-off race intensifies with each passing game, KKR will expect to get their combination right after losing their last few games rather cheaply. Aaron Finch’s return to form will be a timely encouragement when fellow Australian captain Pat Cummins can warm up the bench on Thursday. Follow IPL 2022, DC vs KKR live updates on Insidesport.in

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KKR Playing XI vs DC: Aaron Finch ready to return, Pat Cummins could be benched as KKR’s eye-catching – follow live updates

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Kolkata Knight Riders Playing XI: Australian white ball captain Aaron Finch missed the last game with Nigel but the in-form opener should return to the side for a crucial fight against the Delhi Capitals. Billings, who was last seen by Finch, did not make much of an impact and will pave the way for Australia, who are ready to open with Sunil Narine.

Promoting Narine to the top of the order means Venkatesh Iyer will continue to bat in the lower order, along with Shreyas Iyer and Nitish Rana. Shreyas is on the run but will need his teammates to rise to the challenge as they want to turn their season around.

Possible KKR playing XI vs DC

  1. Aaron Finch
  2. Sunil Narine
  3. Shreyas Iyer
  4. Nitish Rana
  5. Rinku Singh
  6. Venkatesh Iyer
  7. Andre Russell
  8. Sheldon Jackson / Father Indrajith
  9. Tim Southee / Pat Cummins
  10. Umesh Yadav
  11. Varun Chakraborty

KKR Playing XI vs DC: Aaron Finch Ready to return, Pat Cummins could be benched as KKR’s eye-catching – follow live updates

Rinku Singh’s performance has been a positive one for KKR since the last game and he will be in charge of the left-arm finishing with Andre Russell. Sheldon Jackson should also be supported, but his lack of runs could persuade KKR’s father Inderjit to make his debut.

On the bowling front, Tim Southee was impressed with three wickets in the last game and has to retain his place next to Umesh Yadav. Varun Chakraborty’s form is a cause for concern but KKR may continue to support the mysterious spinner.

KKR Playing XI vs DC: Aaron Finch ready to return, Pat Cummins could be benched as KKR’s eye-catching – follow live updates

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