The Indian Premier League (IPL), which has replaced global cricket, is now ready to entertain fans of the T-20 Cricket Tournament. The eleventh IPL has become a new form when Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings have completed their penalty and have been re-enacted with a two-year suspension in the backdrop of the spot-fixing case.
Australia’s batsman Steven Smith, who recently led the Rajasthan Royals, has been banned for a year in the ball-tampering case in South Africa, while India’s Ajinkya Rahane is in the final moments. With the spot-fixing scandal lost in Rajasthan, the return of all the attention is naturally focused on the team performances. With this, the responsibility of leading the team to the team in the top of each match has come down to Rahane.
How much he will do justice to his assignment. India’s former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is heading to Chennai after a two-year break in the IPL.
Dhoni has been persuaded to celebrate his return on Saturday by winning the match against defending champion Mumbai Indians. These two teams are in the front row in the title race. Royal Challengers Bangalore is also ready to give a strong foothold in the hands of Indian captain Virat Kohli.
Even though three times in the past has reached the final, the team is not satisfied with the runners-up trophy and is determined to be the winner in any situation. Captain Kohli’s fantastic form is the key to the team. Former champions Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad have also been preparing for a strong fight.
On the whole, any team will have to stomach the same title for the title, Kings Eleven Punjab and Delhi Daredevils are trying to make their presence felt. IPL which is a great tournament in the T20 format is to see who is coming up this time.