Sunrisers Hyderabad will buy the biggest match winner of Kohli’s RCB! Will bet for these three reasons


SRH can target Devdutt Padikkal: In the auction of the Indian Premier League-2022, many teams will be eyeing the young opener Devdutt Padikkal. IPL 2020 and 2021 season were excellent for this former Royal Challengers Bangalore opener. RCB has not retained them, although it will try to buy them again when the bids are done for the players. Devdutt Padikkal has scored 884 runs in 29 matches of IPL at an average of 31.57. His strike rate is 125.04. This Karnataka opener has also opened in many IPL matches with former RCB captain Virat Kohli.

RCB fans must be hoping that Devdutt Padikkal will once again return to the team. The franchise that will be most eyeing Padikkal could be Sunrisers Hyderabad. After the departure of David Warner, Sunrisers Hyderabad is looking for an explosive opener. Sunrisers Hyderabad can target Devdutt Padikkal for three reasons.

With David Warner not part of the squad and Jonny Bairstow/Manish Pandey not retained, Devdutt Padikkal will be seen as a potential player for a long time. Padikkal has the ability to play full 20 overs. He also rotates the strike along with getting runs fast. If Sunrisers signs Padikkal, then it can be a good decision for them.

Like Warner, Padikkal can be seen as the face of the franchise in the long run. Sunrisers have already signed former Australian batsman Simon Katich. He has been appointed as the assistant coach of the team. Katich has previously worked with RCB. And he knows Padikkal’s game very well.

Apart from his batting, Padikkal is also known for his fielding. Sunrisers had two good fielders in Manish Pandey and David Warner. Now both of them are not part of the team. In such a situation, Padikkal can compensate them. He can defend runs for his team by fielding on the boundary.

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