Trent Boult heads to Mumbai Indians from Delhi Capitals

Ankit Rajpoot

Ankit Rajpoot

Trent Boult has been traded to Mumbai Indians by Delhi Capitals, it was confirmed on Wednesday (November 13).

With the Wankhede Stadium pitch having a tendency to assist seam bowlers in the evening matches, the seamers are expected to add to the home advantage.

The left-arm quick has 38 wickets from 33 games at 29.47. Year-on-year our bowlers have won us many games, a classic example being last year's final. Delhi Capitals, who let let go of Trent Boult yesterday, is learnt to have acquired the services of Ajinkya Rahane, who will be leaving the Rajasthan Royals franchise after nine seasons wit the franchise. "I am sure his experience across formats, especially in the limited overs, will add value to our campaign".

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Capitals have made several changes to their squad trading Sherfane Rutherford to Mumbai Indians and including Mayank Markande to their squad.

Uncapped fast bowler Ankit Rajpoot who joined Kings XI Punjab in 2018, too, has been traded by the side to Rajasthan Royals for all-rounder Krishnappa Gowtham. The right-arm fast bowler had been playing for KXIP since 2018, and has played in 23 matches in his IPL career.

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