This South African opener can be seen in IPL, so far this has been the international career


IPL 2022 Update: The mega auction of players for the next season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be held in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13. This time many new players are expected to get a chance to play in this tournament. Actually 10 teams will participate in IPL 2022, due to which more and more players will get a chance to play in this league. Former cricketer Akash Chopra has predicted that South African batsman Rasie van der Dussen may get an IPL contract in the next season. Dusan has so far performed well in Tests and ODIs against India.

Akash Chopra said this

Aakash Chopra said on his YouTube channel that Dusan, who scored an unbeaten 129 in the first ODI against India, has done well in the recent past. IPL 2022 auction is also near and this time he will be part of a team. Not only this, he can perform brilliantly in the IPL. The former cricketer said that Dusan plays spin bowlers well and has a good understanding of limited overs cricket. Dusan played a brilliant innings of 129 against India, due to which the hosts won the first match by 31 runs.

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So far this has been Dusan’s T20 career

Africa opener Rassie van der Dussen made her T20 International debut in 2018. Since then, he has played 34 matches, in which he has scored 933 runs at an average of 38.9. The special thing is that his strike rate has also been above 130. Apart from this, Dusan has been a big hit in ODIs as well. He has so far scored 1178 runs in 30 ODIs at an average of 73.6. His figures so far are very good, but till now he has not debuted in IPL. It is likely that this time he will be seen playing in the world’s most popular league.

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