IPL 2023 PBKS vs DC: Match details, pitch report, weather forecast and more | Business Upturn

IPL 2023 PBKS vs DC: Match details, pitch report, weather forecast and more

In the ongoing IPL 2023, the Gujarat Titans have secured their place in the playoffs with consistent performances. However, the race for the remaining three playoff spots is intensifying among five teams.

Despite being out of the playoff contention, the Delhi Capitals have a chance to disrupt other teams’ plans in their last two matches.

Their next match takes place in Dharamsala, the 12th venue of the IPL season, where the Punjab Kings are based. The Kings, currently eighth on the points table, are determined to qualify for the playoffs.

Having experienced ups and downs, the Kings started with two wins and are now eyeing a total of 16 points to move forward, which they haven’t achieved since 2014.

Their recent victory over the Delhi Capitals, led by Prabhsimran Singh’s century and Harpreet Brar’s impressive bowling, has boosted their confidence. However, they will rely on their experienced players to deliver crucial performances.

On the other hand, the Delhi Capitals have struggled with inconsistent performances from their Indian batters. The responsibility to lead the batting lineup will once again fall on their overseas players.

The favorable Dharamsala pitch, with less spin, provides relief for the Delhi Capitals, who have struggled on slow wickets recently. This condition might give their overseas players the freedom to express themselves and contribute to the team’s success.

In the ongoing IPL 2023, the Gujarat Titans have become the first team to secure a spot in the playoffs, showcasing their consistent performance throughout the tournament. However, with three playoff spots still up for grabs, an intense race has emerged among five teams vying for a chance to progress to the next stage.

Despite being the first team to bow out of the playoff race, the Delhi Capitals now have an opportunity to play the role of party-poopers in their last two matches.

The match will take place on Wednesday, May 17, at the picturesque Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala. The stadium, surrounded by the snow-capped Dhauladhar range, is renowned for its breathtaking setting. Earlier this year, the outfield had some bare patches, leading to the relocation of the India-Australia Test match.

However, the ground has been well-maintained, offering a scenic view with lush green grass. Dharamsala is set to host its first game in over a year and its first IPL match since 2013. The weather is expected to be pleasant, with temperatures in the mid-20s, providing ideal conditions for an exciting cricket contest.