Director of Cricket Operations of RCB, Mike Hesson has stated that the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s practice session will start on the 29th of March for the upcoming IPL. On 24th March, the Royal Challengers Bangalore shared footage on social media in which the RCB director told the date on which the training session will begin. Indian Premier League’s Governing committee, recently, declared the timetable for the IPL, to be held in the country over 6 ground from 9th April.
MI team will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in MA Chidambaram Stadium from 9th April. Mike Hesson additionally stated that ABD will come on the 28th of March. We have many players showing up entirely through till 1st April. New Zealand cricketer Finn Allen will play in a T-20 match in New Zealand on the 1st of April and afterward, he will come the following day.
It is altogether different than the most recent year where we had everyone cooperatively for a significant stretch of time on the back period where the players had not prepared properly. Thus, this time it is extraordinary, we got guys playing International and Domestic cricket. Along these lines, we needed to plan in marginally various manners”.
The last match of the 14th IPL season will be played on the 30th of May at the Gujarat Stadium. The Indian Premier League’s playoff games will likewise be played on similar ground. One of the features of this season will be the way that all matches will be played at 6 cricket grounds, no franchise will play at their home ground. All the franchises will play at four out of six grounds during the IPL.
On 20th March, the Indian cricket team beat the England squad in the T20 series. In the match, India and Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Kohli had opened the innings and scored an unbeaten eighty runs. After the T20 series, India and RCB skipper had stated that “I will open in the Indian Premier League to keep all choices open. I have batted at 3 and 4 no for the team and now I need to comprehend my part as an opener which I have done effectively in the past matches”.
“I give a choice to open up a space for somebody like Suryakumar Yadav, on the off chance that he can keep on batting that way, I ought to be available to play any sort of position that the coaches expect from me. We will have a discussion about this when we draw nearer to the T20 World Cup. It is fascinating to perceive how I approach my work as an opener in the Indian Premier League.”