The cash-rich IPL is the world’s most-watched T20 league. So far, 14 seasons have concluded. The fifteenth edition of the Indian Premier League has begun, and the first half of the season has been concluded. Teams who struggled in the first half of the season are eager to make necessary adjustments in order to perform better in the second half. If they are successful in carrying out their objectives, they have a good chance of reaching the playoffs.
Rahmanullah Gurbaz (WK) and C Hari Nishaanth are the openers. Rahmanullah Gurbaz of the Gujarat Titans and Hari Nishaanth of the Chennai Super Kings are yet to demonstrate their strengths. This season, neither has been given a chance to play for their respective clubs.
The season‘s first half has already concluded. With the second half well underway, there is a possibility that clubs may experiment with offering opportunities to players warming the bench. KS Bharat, Yash Dhull, and Glenn Phillips comprise the middle-order.
In terms of the middle order, three players have yet to see action this season. KS Bharat, Yash Dhull, and Glenn Phillips are among them.
Mohammad Nabi, Dominic Drakes, and Rajvardhan Hangargekar are all-rounders. All-rounders are critical in the game’s shortest format. They are capable of delivering with both bat and a ball. Mohammad Nabi (KKR), Dominic Drakes (GT), and Rajvardhan Hangargekar (CSK) have on the benches this time.
Kartik Tyagi, Siddharth Kaul, and Mayank Markande are bowlers.
Kartik Tyagi (SRH), Siddharth Kaul (RCB), and Mayank Markande (MI) have all not played matches for their respective teams in the bowling department.
Notably, KS Bharat was a game-winner for RCB previous season. However, he is warming the bench for the Delhi Capitals this time around. On the other side, Yash Dhull, India’s U-19 World Cup-winning captain, is yet to appear for Delhi Capitals. Glenn Phillips of New Zealand is also warming the benches at Sunrisers Hyderabad.