The IPL league will be held in the United Arab Emirates because of the rising numbers of Covid-19 cases in India. Furthermore, the tournament had been put on a break due to the Covid-19 outbreak among team members and is expected to resume in the coming season.
Below are the Indian Players to look out for in the IPL 2021;
Suryakumar Yadav, a middle-order batsman, has been an essential player in the Mumbai Indians team in the last several years. He has an overall score of 2197 runs in 108 Indian Premier League matches; his mean score amounts to 29.69, and 135.28 is his strike rate.
Suryakumar Yadav has a remarkable capability to tempo any position in the tournament; he also has a broad range of shots. In 2020 when the Indian premier League was held in the United Arab Emirates, Suryakumar Yadav managed to score 480 runs and 40 as his average. His performance played a critical role in Mumbai Indians winning the edition.
So far in the Indian premier league 2021, his score is 173 runs, inclusive of a fifty. He will be resolved to raise his score in this upcoming UAE tournament.
Jasprit Bumrah is Mumbai Indians leader in the bowling attack. He is very skillful, therefore, a significant threat to any opponent he faces. During the last season, Bumrah took 27 wickets in a total of 15 matches, with his most excellent number against the Delhi Capitals as 4-14. In the previous season, Jasprit Bumrah was the second-highest wicket-taker. Jasprit Bumrah has always managed to lead Mumbai Indians into victory, even at almost their losing periods. In the UAE, Mumbai-Indian fans will hope that Jasprit Bumrah dominates the field in the Indian premier league 2021.
Rahul Chahar, a leg spinner, has been outstanding in all his performances over the recent years. So far in the IPL, Rahul is in the front line as the best wicket-taker. In addition, he took 11 wickets in 7 matches at a 7.21 rate and a mean of 18.36. The leg spinner is expected to continue his excellent run in the IPL 2021 second phase. Keep it here for these and more sports news.