Which team in the IPL 2020 has the strongest team lineup?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 21, 2020 05:22 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 21, 2020 05:22 AM

CSK : ( 9/10 ) The Chennai Super Kings might not have had a lot to do at the IPL Auction. But they had some important gaps to fill up. In the last couple of seasons, bowling has seemed to be a weakness and their strong batting order managed to make up for it.
RCB : ( 8.5/10 ) RCB failed to realise that a top-order batsman isn’t what they exactly require. Giving VIRAT KOHLI and AB de Villiers the best chance to face most of the deliveries is ideal for the team.They could have easily gone ahead and pick CUMMINS at a further higher price.. It is quite better than previous year
DC : ( 9/10 ) The Delhi Capitals (DC) did a fair job at the Auction. R Pointing and his team exactly identified the weakness and tried to get picks who could make up for those. For instance, the team struggled with a middle-order batsman who could hit the big shots and change the momentum of the game.
MI ; ( 8.5/ 10 ) Despite having R Sharma and Quinton de Kock, they bought Chris Lynn. The Australia cricketer isn’t someone who is a back-up and can’t just warm the bench. But if one of these three bats lower down the order, it could even upset the balance of the side
KKR : ( 10 / 10 ) I’m not a fan of kkr but it deserves top rating among other teams for sure…. E Morgan was an excellent pick. He adds great strength to the middle order. Thus, they invested hugely in Pat Cummins who could be a brilliant move and can pay them huge rewards in the upcoming season
RR : ( 8/ 10 ) Rajasthan Royals had somewhat the kind of a mixed result auction. While they picked some good players, they also seemed to have made some bad choices. Instead of investing smaller amounts on a few players, they could have put it all on one player who could have been the x-factor for them.
KXIP : ( 9.5 / 10 ) G Maxwell is a very good investment and adds great stability to the batting order. KXIP bought James Neesham at only 50 lakhs. This player could well be a game-changer for them in the tournament if given the opportunities
SRH : ( 8 / 10 ) Rather, they chose to pick some value-for-money options. The fans might have been disappointed that they didn’t pick a big player for the middle order.For about three hours since the start, they didn’t even bother raising the paddle.

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