IPL 2020: Underrated Players Who Could Have Utmost Influence

Moeen Ali

The most awaited tournament, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 has begun on 19th September and it has no doubt that with each match the excitement level is rising enormously among the cricketing fans all over the world.

Of course, this year IPL is somewhat different from the previous editions as the tournament is going on without spectators, within a bio-secure environment. We can’t see the craziness of thousands of people cheering for their respective teams on several venues in India.

All the players included in this cash-rich tournament have a high level of demand in the world of cricket but there are some players also who might not be that much expensive in the tournament but have the expertise to produce an impact when it matters the most.

Nitish Rana: Nitish Rana has the ability to light up the campaign of KKR

When we discuss Kolkata Knight Riders, the discussion revolves around Sunil Narine, Andre Russell, and Pat Cummins. But, Nitish Rana is the person who is away from the limelight, but has the capability to do an outstanding job for the team. last season, he appeared in 14 matches and scored 344 runs at 34.40.

Nitish Rana can be expected to bat at no.3 position and will have a very important role in hand.

Mohammed Nabi: Mohammed Nabi can be considered as a dark horse for SRH

Once Gautam Gambhir, the former cricketer of India said that Mohammad Nabi, the all-rounder of Afghanistan is the most underrated cricketer in the T20 format. He said “As per my consideration, Mohammad Nabi is the most underrated cricketer in the T20 format. Last season, Nabi represented Sunrisers Hyderabad and in eight matches, he scored 115 runs along with picking eight wickets. Recently, he performed outstandingly in the 2020 CPL.

Keemo Paul: Keemo Paul is one of the most crucial players for the Delhi Capitals

Delhi Capitals has a couple of superb all-rounders and the limelight has been majorly in the batsmen of India, besides Ravichandran Ashwin and Kagiso Rabada. But it can’t be ignored that Keemo Paul, the West Indies player is a vital part of DC. Last season, in eight games, he took nine wickets and has the ability to perform with the bat also. For Delhi Capitals, his blazing Yorkers and illusory slower balls could be very crucial.

Moeen Ali: The inclusion of Moeen Ali can make RCB more flexible

Recently, Moeen Ali made a superb comeback in the T20I format for team England. He is among those overseas players, the RCB never afford to miss. His crucial contributions in the middle order with the bat along with a couple of overs of off-spin bowling can help the team. he has the skill to bat at different positions, which makes RCB more flexible.



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