IPL Betting Tips 2023 :It’s a pity the Delhi Capitals didn’t make it to the IPL final: Mitchell Marsh is a character in the film Mitchell Marsh

Mitchell Marsh of the Delhi Capitals thinks it’s a “sad” that his team didn’t make it to the IPL final after losing their last league match to the Mumbai Indians.

Despite having a lower net run rate throughout the season, Royal Challengers Bangalore made it due to DC’s five-wicket defeat.


“It’s a shame we didn’t make the (IPL) finals,” the 30-year-old remarked ahead of a three-match T20I series against Sri Lanka, which starts on June 7.


In a five-match One-Day International series, Australia will face Sri Lanka.


Marsh and his Australian colleague David Warner provided the backbone of Delhi’s top-order in the early half of the competition, overcoming a spell of COVID-19.


He was entrusted with batting at No 3 by coach Ricky Ponting, and he made 251 runs at a strike rate of 132.80.


“Everyone talks about him (Ponting) and his accomplishments in the game. But I got a great feeling of how much he cares about his guys, and I imagine that’s what he was like as a captain and team leader,” he said.


“I got a great sense of how he (head coach Ricky Ponting) cares for his players, and I imagine that’s how he was as a captain and a team leader — it’s the way he makes you feel.” He made me feel like a vital member of the Delhi team,” he added.


“After my first couple of weeks there, I thought I was cursed in India,” he stated of overcoming COVID-19.


“I got past my original injury, which was minor, but then to play one game and get COVID, it was a bit of a rocky start, but once I got rolling, it was wonderful to put together a few regular performances.” “I had a fantastic time there.”

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He also stated that he would prefer to bat at No. 3 in the future.


“I’ve been batting at number three for a little over a year and I’ve really enjoyed it.” I think that’s my best position in T20 cricket, and I’ve really enjoyed batting in the power play. I’ve batted a lot with David Warner and had some fantastic partnerships with him, so it’s been a lot of fun.”


“Hopefully, I can maintain my position at number three by remaining as consistent as possible.” International cricket is extremely difficult, but you must believe that you belong here, which I believe I have done over the last 12 months.


“I’ve come to believe that my best can compete with anyone in the world,” Marsh continued.

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