The Official IPL T20 Thread

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Considering its the year 2020, and the format is...20-20, I figured we mas well call this the IPL T20 thread.

So auctions took place earlier than expected and most of the teams have now been selected, here's a look at some of the team changes:

Mumbai Indians

The reigning champions have retained a majority of their 2019 squad, including Rohit Sharma, the Pandya brothers, Japrit Bumrah, Quinton de Kock, Lasith Malinga, Kieron Polard, Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Mitchell McClenaghan, Rahul Chahar, Anmolpreet Singh, Jayant Yadav, Aditya Tare and Anukul Roy.

Sherfane Rutherford and Trent Boult were sold to Mumbai by Delhi Capitals for a combined total of 4.2 crore (42 million rupees). Additionally, Dhawal Kulkarni has returned to Mumbai for 75 Lakhs (7.5 million rupees) from Rajasthan. In exchange, they sold Mayank Markande for 20 lakh to DC and Siddesh Lad for 20 lakh to KKR.

At the Auction, Mumbai only purchased 6 playes, the most expensive being the Aussie Batsman Chris Lynn at 2 crore, with Nathan coulter-nile returning to the squad for 1 crore and Saurabh Tiwary returning for 50 lakh. Mumbai purchased 3 uncapped players in the form of Mohsin Khan, DigvijayDeshmukh and Prince Balwant Rai.

Mumbai also released the following players: Evin Lewis, Barinder Sran, Ben Cutting, Jason Behrendorff, Yuvraj Singh, Adam Milne, Pankaj Jiaswal, Rasikh Salam, Alzarri Joseph and Beuran Hendricks.


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England players:

Rajasthan: Stokes, Jos.
RCB: Mo.
Sunrisers: Bairstow.
KKR: Gurney, Morgan, Banton.
Delhi: Roy, Woakes.
CSK: S Curran.
KXIP: Jordan.
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England players:

Rajasthan: Stokes, Jos.
RCB: Mo.
Sunrisers: Bairstow.
KKR: Gurney, Morgan, Banton.
Delhi: Roy, Woakes.
CSK: S Curran.
KXIP: Jordan.
Missed out Jofra who’s at Rajasthan. Although he is a doubt for them due to injury. Joe Roots bloody fault for over bowling him with his poor poor captaincy skills.
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Missed out Jofra who’s at Rajasthan. Although he is a doubt for them due to injury. Joe Roots bloody fault for over bowling him with his poor poor captaincy skills.
Jofra's been ruled out.
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After the chaos that is COVID, the IPL season will start on Saturday 19th September in UAE, with the 1st match between the reigning champions mumbai and their arch rivals chennai in abu dhabi.

The squad lists are as follows:


Mumbai Indians

Batsmen:
Rohit Shama (C)
Anmolpreet Singh
Chris Lynn (O)
Saurabh Tiwary
Sherfane Rutherford (O)
Suryakumar Yadav

Wicketkeeper (Batsmen)
Quinton de Kock (O)
Aditya Tare
Ishan Kishan

All-rounders:
Anukul Roy
Hardik Pandya
Krunal Pandya
Kieron Pollard (O)
Prince Balwant Rai

Pace Bowlers:
Dhawal Kulkarni
Digvijay Deshmukh
James Pattinson (O)
Jasprit Bumrah
Mitchell McClenaghan (O)
Nathan Coulter-Nile (O)
Trent Boult (O)
Spin Bowlers:
Jayant Yadav
Rahul Chahar


Chennai Superkings
Batsmen:
Kedhar Jadhav
Shane Watson (O)
Ambati Rayudu
Murali Vijay
Faf du Plessis (O)
Tururaj Gaikwad

All-rounders
Mitchell Santner (O)
Sam Curran (O)

Wicket Keepers:
MS Dhoni ( c )
Narayan Jagadeesan
Rayudu is also a potential wicketkeeper sub

Spin Bowlers:
Ravindra Jadeja
Karn Sharma
Imran Tahir (O)
Piyush Chawla
R Sai Kishore

Pace Bowlers:
Dwayne Bravo (O)
Shardul Thakur
Deepak Chahar
Lungi Ngidi (O)
KM Asif
Monu Kumar
Josh Hazelwood (O)

Sunrisers Hyderabad
Batsmen:
David Warner (C, O)
Kane Williamson (O)
Manish Pandey
Virat Singh
Priyam Garg

All-rounders:
Mohammad Nabi (O)
Abisheikh Sharma
Vijay Shankar
Mitchell Marsh (O)
Bavanaka Sandeep
Fabian Allen (O)
Abdul Samad
Sanjay Yadav

Wicket Keepers:
Shreevats Goswami
Wriddhiman Saha
Jonny Bairstow (O)

Spin Bowlers:
Shabaz Nadeem
Rashid Khan (O)

Pace Bowlers:
Siddarth Kaul
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Khaleel Ahmed
Basil Thampi
Billy Stanlake (O)
Thangarasu Natarajan
Sandeep Sharma

Delhi Capitals
Batsmen:
Shreyas Iyer ( C )
Prithvi Shaw
Shikhar Dhawan
Ajinkya Rahane
Shimron Hetmyer (O)

All-rounders:
Marcus Stoinis (O)
Daniel Sams (O)
Lalit Yadav
Keemo Paul (O)

Wicket Keepers:
Rishabh Pant
Alex Carey (O)

Spin Bowlers:
Amit Mishra
Sandeep Lamichhane (O)
Axar Patel
Ravichandran Ashwin

Pace Bowlers:
Kagiso Rabada (O)
Avesh Khan
Harshal Patel
Ishant Sharma
Mohit Sharma
Tushar Deshpande
Anrich Nortje (O)

Kings XI Punjab
Batsmen:
Mandeep Singh
Chris Gayle (O)
Karun Nair
Sarfaraz Khan
Deepak Hooda

All-rounders:
Glenn Maxwell (O)
James Neesham (O)
Tajinder Singh

Wicket Keepers
K.L. Rahul
Nicholas Pooran (O)
Prabhsimran Singh

Spin Bowlers:
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (O)
Murugan Ashwin
Harpreet Brar
Krishnappa Gowtham
Jagadeesha Suchith
Ravi Bishnoi

Pace Bowlers:
Mohammed Shami
Hardus Viljoen (O)
Darshan Nakande
Arshdeep Singh
Sheldon Cottrell (O)
Chris Jordan (O)
Ishan Porel

Kolkata Knight Riders
Batsmen:
Nitish Rana
Shubman Gill
Rinku Singh
Siddhesh Lad
Eoin Morgan (O)
Rahul Tripathi

All-rounders:
Andre Russell (O)

Wicketkeepers:
Dinesh Karthik (K)
Tom Banton
Nikhil Naik

Spin Bowlers:
Sunil Narine (O)
Kuldeep Yadav
Varun Chakravarthy
Chris Green (O)
Manimaran Siddarth

Pace Bowlers:
Kamlesh Nagarkoti
Shivam Mavi
Prasidh Krishna
Lockie Ferguson (O)
Sandeep Warrier
Pat Cummins (O)
Ali Khan (O)

Rajasthan Royals
Batsmen:
Steve Smith (C, O)
Mahipal Lomror
Manan Vohra
Yashasvi Jaiswal
David Miller (O)
Aniruddha Joshi

All-rounders
Ben Stokes (O)
Riyan Parag

Wicket-keeper Batsmen:
Sanju Samson
Jos Buttler (O)
Robin Uthappa
Anuj Rawat

Spin Bowlers:
Shreyas Gopal
Shasank Singh
Rahul Tewatia
Mayank Markande

Pace Bowlers:
Jofra Archer (O)
Varun Aaron
Ankit Rajpoot
Jaydev Unadkat
Kartik Tyagi
Andrew Tye (O)
Tom Curran (O)
Oshane Thomas (O)
Akash Singh

Royal Challengers Bangalore
Batsmen:
Virat Kohli (C )
AB de Villiers (O, WK)
Gurkheerat Singh
Devdutt Padikkal
Aaron Finch (O)

All-rounders:
Moeen Ali (O)
Isuru Udana (O)
Pavan Deshpande

Wicket Keepers:
Parthiv Patel
Josh Phillippe (O)

Spin-bowlers:
Yuzvendra Chahal
Washington Sundar
Pawan Negi
Shabaz Ahmed
Adam Zampa (O)

Pace bowlers:
Umesh Yadav
Navdeep Saini
Mohammed Siraj
Shivam Dube
Chris Morris (O)
Dale Steyn (O)
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should be interesting to see which players are chosen for different matches. considering the tournament is in the UAE, conditions should be different to the spin-friendly pitches in the indian subcontinent.

Who do you reckon will reach the playoffs and who do you reckon will win?
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Hey Quasa my good friend, my team is RCB, this is our best lineup imo:
1. Finch
2. Paddikal
3. Kohli (C)
4. ABD (WK)
5. Gukeerat Singh
6. Dube
7. Morris
8. Sundar
9. Saini
10. Chahal
11. Steyn

I can see this team changing where Partiv and Paddikal rotate. Also Moeen Ali could play at 5 and then Steyn replaced by Umesh Yadav.
I’m more confident this season as our squad is balanced and we have good spin options including Zampa.
Our Indian players are quality, we should definitely be in the top 4
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Hey Quasa my good friend, my team is RCB, this is our best lineup imo:
1. Finch
2. Paddikal
3. Kohli (C)
4. ABD (WK)
5. Gukeerat Singh
6. Dube
7. Morris
8. Sundar
9. Saini
10. Chahal
11. Steyn

I can see this team changing where Partiv and Paddikal rotate. Also Moeen Ali could play at 5 and then Steyn replaced by Umesh Yadav.
I’m more confident this season as our squad is balanced and we have good spin options including Zampa.
Our Indian players are quality, we should definitely be in the top 4
you supporting RCB because your family from banglore or you supporting them because of kohli :lol: ?

im a mumbai fan as im marathi (something of a minority in the UK it seems as nobody has heard of maharasthra (despite it having a population larger than gujarat and punjab combined) and most asians in the UK think mumbai is in gujarat or Punjab ) but agree, RCBs batting lineup looks immense. Paddikal has had a great domestic limited overs season and gurkeerat is 1 of the most underrated batsmen in india imo. bowling attack could be better.

in anycase however, it should be interesting to see how different the UAE pitches behave vs the indian pitches.
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you supporting RCB because your family from banglore or you supporting them because of kohli :lol: ?

im a mumbai fan as im marathi (something of a minority in the UK it seems as nobody has heard of maharasthra (despite it having a population larger than gujarat and punjab combined) and most asians in the UK think mumbai is in gujarat or Punjab ) but agree, RCBs batting lineup looks immense. Paddikal has had a great domestic limited overs season and gurkeerat is 1 of the most underrated batsmen in india imo. bowling attack could be better.

in anycase however, it should be interesting to see how different the UAE pitches behave vs the indian pitches.
Bro i first watched IPL in about 2012 and Kohli was my favourite player, I should be supporting Kings 11 though.
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Bro i first watched IPL in about 2012 and Kohli was my favourite player, I should be supporting Kings 11 though.
fair enough. kxip have been a good team since 2014. you reckon rcb will make it out of bottom place after 2 years of misery?

forgot zampa is an option. moeen is a bit of a weird one tbh. i rate rashid a better bowler but havent seen international cricket this year so dont know if moeen has gotten out of the slump he was in last year.
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Missed out Jofra who’s at Rajasthan. Although he is a doubt for them due to injury. Joe Roots bloody fault for over bowling him with his poor poor captaincy skills.
(Original post by Mackay)
Jofra's been ruled out.
amazing how things change in 6 months :lol:

(check above comments for squad lists)
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fair enough. kxip have been a good team since 2014. you reckon rcb will make it out of bottom place after 2 years of misery?

forgot zampa is an option. moeen is a bit of a weird one tbh. i rate rashid a better bowler but havent seen international cricket this year so dont know if moeen has gotten out of the slump he was in last year.
Mooen is a great batsmen though - I think he’s a great option, a good player against spin
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MUMBAI VS CHENNAI IS LIVE!!!

mumbai batting 1st. score after powerplay was 51-2, with de kock scoring 33 off 20 (b Curran, c Watson) and Rohit 12 off 10 (b Chawla, c Curran).

Suryakumar yadav and saurabh tiwary are at the crease with scores of 8 off 6 and 7 off 8.
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Squadlists for today's match:

Mumbai:

Rohit (C)
Quinton de Kock (WK, SA)
Suryakuma Yadav
Saurabh Tiwary
Krunal Pandya
Hardik Pandya
Kieron Pollard (VC, T&T)
James Pattinson (AUS)
Rahul Chahar (cousin of Deepak Chahar)
Trent Boult (NZ)
Jasprit Bumrah

Chennai
Shane Watson (AUS)
Murali Vijay
Faf du Plessis (SA)
Ambati Rayudu (Ex-frontline Mumbai batsman)
MS Dhoni (WK, C)
Kedar Jadav
Ravindra Jadeja
Piyush Chawla
Deepak Chahar
Sam Curran (ENG)
Lungi Ngidi (SA)
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mumbai timeout after 9 overs. score is 83/2, with Jadeja getting hammered in the previous over.

Batting Figures:
de Kock 31 off 20
Tiwary 21 off 14 not out
Yadav 15 off 10 not out
Rohit 12 off 10.

Bowling figures:
Piyush Chawla 1-4 1 over
Sam Curran 1-18 3 overs
Deepak Chahar 0-20 2 overs
Jadeja 0-24 2 overs
Ngidi 0-18 1 over
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Yadav got out on 17 (bowled chahar, caught Curran). Hardik at the crease and has hit back to back 6s. mumbai now on 105/3 after 12 overs
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jadeja took 2 wickets in the 15th over. tiwary got out 42 off 31 (caught by faf). same combo took out hardik 14 off 10.

Mumbai have 124/5 after 14.5 overs.
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krunal just got out for 3. Ngidi finally got a wicket!
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136/6
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ngidi got pollard out. mumbai 151-7.
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