Royal Challengers Bangalore has at all times been a flamboyant aspect because the inception of IPL in 2008. They had the likes of Gayle, Starc, Kohli and de Villiers of their aspect. But even after at all times having a robust staff, RCB has did not win the competitors even as soon as. Death Bowling and decrease middle-order batting was an enormous concern in nearly all of the earlier editions.
Looks like RCB has understood this reality and so they appeared to have labored on their plans. They purchased Kyle Jamieson and Dan Christian, two quick bowling all-rounders who can hit the ball a great distance. The most talked about participant after the public sale was Glenn Maxwell who was purchased for 14.25 crore rupees. Maxwell’s kind within the IPL hasn’t been up to speed however he has the power to destroy the opposition by his sheer hitting means.
It was an auction of two extremes for the RCB, a sort of a disparity was visible between the price tags of the players. They spent 34.05 crore rupees in buying three players overseas players but they got the uncapped Indian players for a big bargain price. They bought five uncapped players at their base price thus spending just one crore on five good players.
Mohammed Azharuddeen of Kerala was a real steal! He has recently scored a century of 37 balls in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and has the attention of the observers of Indian cricket. Same story with Sachin Baby and Rajat Patidar.
The only problem that can occur with RCB is the selection of overseas players in the playing eleven. As IPL rules allow only four overseas players it will be a tad bit difficult for Kohli to pick the final four. Nonetheless, it is a good problem to have for any captain.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Full Squad: Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Yuzvendra Chahal, Devdutt Padikkal, Navdeep Saini, Washington Sundar, Mohammed Siraj, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa, Josh Philippe, Shahbaz Ahmed, Pavan Deshpande, Kyle Jamieson (15 crore), Glenn Maxwell (14.25 crore), Dan Christian (4.8 crore), Sachin Baby (20 lakh), Rajat Patidar (20 lakh), Mohammed Azharuddeen (20 lakh), Suyash Prabhudesai (20 lakh), KS Bharat (20 lakh)