IPL All-Time XI: KXIP and DC




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Day 2 of IPL All-Time XI: KXIP and DC!

Today, Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey forged a remarkable partnership to seal a memorable win for Australia, resulting in England’s team first ODI loss at home in 4 years.

Guess what? Maxwell will be representing Kings XI Punjab this season, while Carey will be playing for the Delhi Capitals, so let us talk about them today.

KXIP and DC – Who Are They?

DC and KXIP – these teams are an enigma. They have some of the best players but never manage to go far in the tournament barring a season here or there.

Delhi Capitals, formerly the Delhi Daredevils have had players like ABD, Dilshan, David Warner, even Andre Russell and Gautam Gambhir, Dinesh Karthik from the Indian contingent. For some reason, they performed well after they were released by Delhi.

Alright, Ready for the VOTING? Tip: Both teams have bought great players on paper in the past, but can you remember if they actually performed well with KXIP or DC?

The Catch:

  • Amla, Sangakkara, and Jayawardene all had good records at KXIP but did they play enough?
  • Virender Sehwag and Irfan Pathan are present in both lists, will you pick them in either? Does Yuvi even make it for Punjab?
  • Chris Gayle was a star for RCB, but has he done enough for KXIP?

Kings XI Punjab

Highlights: 2014 (Runners-Up), 2008 (3rd)

Audience Poll – KXIP – All Time XI

Pick 11 players from the list – with 4 foreign players maximum. You need to have a wicketkeeper and at least 5 bowling options.

My Kings XI Punjab – All Time XI

Well, here is our All-Time XI for KXIP. We have highlighted the 4 foreign players in our XI.

  1. Shaun Marsh (2008-2017)
  2. KL Rahul (2018-2019)
  3. Glenn Maxwell (2014-2017)
  4. George Bailey (2014-2015) – Captain
  5. David Miller (2012-2019)
  6. Wriddhiman Saha (2014-2017) – WK
  7. Axar Patel (2014-2018)
  8. Ravichandran Ashwin (2018-2019)
  9. Piyush Chawla (2008-2013)
  10. Parvinder Awana (2012-2014)
  11. Sandeep Sharma (2013-2017)

Honorable Mentions: Kumar Sangakkara (2008-2010), Adam Gilchrist (2011-2013), Praveen Kumar (2011-2013), Andrew Tye (2018-2019)

Audience Poll Results

  1. KL Rahul
  2. Virender Sehwag
  3. Shaun Marsh
  4. George Bailey – Captain
  5. Glenn Maxwell
  6. Yuvraj Singh
  7. Wriddhiman Saha – WK
  8. Axar Patel
  9. Sandeep Sharma
  10. Andrew Tye/ Mitchell Johnson (Tie)
  11. Piyush Chawla

Some Votes: Adam Gilchrist, Manan Vohra, Irfan Pathan, Ravichandran Ashwin

Less than 2 Votes: Kumar Sangakkara, Mandeep Singh, Paul Valthaty, Parvinder Awana, Praveen Kumar

Audience Poll – DC

Highlights: 2009, 2012, 2019 (3rd), 2008 (4th)

My DD/DC – All Time XI

  1. Virender Sehwag (2008-2013) – Captain
  2. David Warner (2009-2013)
  3. Sanju Samson (2016-2017)
  4. Shreyas Iyer (2015-2019)
  5. Rishabh Pant (2016-2019) – WK
  6. JP Duminy (2014-2016)
  7. Chris Morris (2016-2019)
  8. Amit Mishra (2008-2019)
  9. Umesh Yadav (2010-2013)
  10. Morne Morkel (2011-2013)
  11. Shahbaz Nadeem (2011-2018)

Honorable Mentions: Kagiso Rabada (2017-2019), Mohammad Shami (2014-2018), Kedar Jadhav (2010-2015), Quinton de Kock (2014-2016)

DC XI – Audience Poll

  1. David Warner
  2. Virender Sehwag – Captain
  3. Shikhar Dhawan/ Prithvi Shaw (Tie)
  4. Ab De Villiers/ Kevin Pietersen (Tie)
  5. Shreyas Iyer – Wicketkeeper
  6. Rishabh Pant
  7. JP Duminy/ Chris Morris/Morne Morkel (Tie)
  8. Amit Mishra
  9. Kagiso Rabada
  10. Umesh Yadav/Irfan Pathan (Tie)
  11. Shahbaz Nadeem

Less than 2 Votes: TM Dilshan, Mahela Jayawardene, Gautam Gambhir, Quinton de Kock, Dinesh Karthik, Sanju Samson, Kedar Jadhav, Ashish Nehra, Dirk Nannes

COMMENT BELOW to share your XI or if we missed a player you would have liked. Share, subscribe to the blog, and enjoy!

And visit this post if you missed our All-time XI with RR and KKR and RCB.

Sources: Cricinfo StatsCricinfo IPL All-Time XI

Image Courtesy: Yuvraj Singh – lensbug.chandru / via CC 2.0; Virender Sehwag – Flying CloudIndian Cricket Team / via CC 2.0; David Warner – Original photograph: NAPARAZZI Flikr Crop: Ham105 / CC BY-SA 2.0 ; George Bailey – NAPARAZZI / CC BY-SA 2.0; David Miller – NAPARAZZI / CC BY-SA 2.0; ABD Villiers – Deon Maritz from Cape Town, South Africa / via CC 2.0; Adam Gilchrist – Nick-D / CC BY-SA 3.0




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