Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Virat Kohli confirmed last week that he would bat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year, but team director Mike Haves has said that Kohli’s thoughts on playing as an opener Huh. Auction in February. RCB is set to play the IPL 2021 match against Mumbai Indians on 9 April in Chennai. “Of course we talked about opening the bat before the auction because it came up in our auction plan and how we wanted to build our lineup,” Hughes said in a video posted on RCB’s official Twitter handle.
“Certainly, not surprisingly, the next day he got a chance to open for India and he always showed that he is capable. We know for sure, but it is another reminder for everyone.
He said, ‘Moving on from Virat, Devdutt is batting in a left-right combination of different players with Padikal.’ Virat’s record is unprecedented as we know it through Powerplay.
Kohli started batting for India in the fifth and final T20I against England last week.
He scored an unbeaten 80 in that match as the hosts defeated England in a five-match series.
After winning the fifth T20, Virat confirmed that he will start batting for RCB in this year’s IPL. Kohli said after the match, “I have to keep all options open in the IPL.”
He said, ‘I have batted in three, four and now I need to understand my role as an opener, which I have done successfully in T20 cricket in the past, so that I can play someone like Surya (Suryakumar Yadav) I can play the role of To open the slot.
He said, if he can continue batting in this way then I should be ready to play any kind of role. This will be talked about as the T20 World Cup approaches. It will be interesting to see how I describe my job as an opener in the IPL. “
The final of the 14th edition of the tournament will be played on May 30 at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
A highlight of this edition of the IPL will also be that all matches will be played in neutral venues; Neither team will play at their home venue.
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