Winning Capabilities of the IPL 2020 Debutants


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Tom Banton:

The career of Tom Banton has achieved a big hit after his stunning performance in the T20 Blast for Somerset in the year 2019 in England. Along with Pakistani cricketer, Babar Azam, he defeated every opposite team. His performance is not only provided a national call but also help him to make a star performer in T20 leagues all around the world.

In the 2019-20 Big Bash League, he played for Brisbane Heat and scored 223 runs with an average rate of 31.85, most interestingly with a striking rate of 176.98. although he got several single-digit scores, he had scored 64, 56, and 55 in the opposition of Sydney Thunder, Milbourne Stars, and Perth Scorchers. In a match against Sydney Thunder, the 21-years-old smashed Arjun Nair, the off-spinner for five sixes in a just one over.

Considering all these facts of the upcoming superstar of England, Kolkata Knight Riders bought him for the 2020 IPL.

Yashasvi Jaiswal:

The 18-years-old Yashasvi Jaiswal was announced the player of the series in the ICC Under-19 World Cup, which was hosted by South Africa. Bangladesh won the title but Yashasvi Jaiswal took the award by making tremendous 400 runs and in the final, scored 88 runs. The rise of Jaiswal was fast. In the year 2015, he scored unbeaten 319 runs and in a Giles Shield game, he picked 13 wickets making it through the U-19 team of Mumbai. The Youth Asia Cup 2018 was another important breakthrough for Jaiswal as there he has emerged as the top run-getter.

This year also, Yashasvi Jaiswal came in the limelight by making a List A double-century and became the youngest one to achieve this record. In this upcoming season of IPL, being picked by Rajastan Royals, is another boost and he gets opportunities, he will be interested to make his talent count.

Devdutt Padikkal

When Devdutt Padikkal catalyzed second direct Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy  T20 win of Karnataka in 11 innings, and the opening batsman was becoming one of the focus points of Indian domestic cricket. In that tournament, he was the leading run-getter of the championship with massive 609 runs. From 12 matches, he scored all total 580 runs, the maximum runs by any player in the competition.

The 19-years old player has provided a complete batch this season, leading the points table in both Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (580 Runs with avg 64.44) and Vijay Hazare Trophy (609 runs with avg 67.66). Such marvelous feats bring the Royal challengers Banglore (RCB) great expectations from him and hope Padikkal is not a player to shy away.


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