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Pant was named as the capitals captain last Month after Shreyas Iyer was ruled out of the tournament because of a shoulder injury.
India Sensation Pant turned out to be one of die most dangerous batsmen in the world and will start the IPL in excellent shape, served out some brutal treatment of the England test and limited attacks.
Harris saw Pant’s captain’s ID when he was Delhi bowling coach for their run to the final of the IPL 2020 that they are attending die Mumbai Indians have lost.
The former Australia Paceman says die 23-year-old wicketkeeper batsman can thrive on die responsibility of Be a skipper.
He told Stats Perform News, “Of course losing Shreyas is a blow, but Rishabh is a natural leader and one great Competitor.
“He was already do much of leading As I was over in Dubai last year for the tournament. There was times when Shreyas was fielding on die Border, also took Rishabh on Responsibility then.
“He’s a bit chatty and an outspoken character. It’s not something he’s going to go blind and he’ll enjoy it.
“Rishabh is a natural leader, a popular member of the squad and he was an obvious choice too step up how captain and he should After some brilliant performances, be extremely confident against Australia and England. “
The capitals will have a strong one bowling attack once again, with The South African duo Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje stayed with them with Ishant Sharma and the like of Ravichandran Ashwin.
Harris thinks it could be year for Delhi, who to have also recruited the prolific Australian batsman Steve Smith to claim an elusive one first IPL crown.
“You have a couple of the best fast bowler in the world in this team and if they can stay fit they can really have one good tournament again,” he said.
“Rabada and Nortje were excellent last year and you have also added Tom Curran. Ashwin and [Amit] Mishra are great spin options and the batting Line-up is strong, also Do you have a good chance. “
The Capitals face Chennai Super Kings in their first match of the tournament on Saturday.
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