IPL betting 2022 - Players who can be dropped from RCB

IPL betting 2022 - Players who can be dropped from RCB

IPL betting 2022 - Players who can be dropped from RCB





Here we have some information for those who are into IPL betting. RCB started their IPL 2022 campaign with a new captain, Faf du Plessis after Virat Kohli decided to quit after the IPL 2021 season. This season was extremely successful for the Bangalore-based team, but their campaign came to an end in the second qualifier of the tournament when they were defeated by Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets.


The RCB franchise bought some players in this year's mega auction who did not perform as expected and did not play in many matches. Before next season, the team management may consider releasing some of the players and fill the holes in the squad through the auction.


In this article we are going to talk about the players who are expected to leave RCB for next season.


Number 1. David Willey






David Willey's IPL career so far has not been particularly promising. RCB signed him for the base price of INR 2 million rupees. He was given the opportunity to play for RCB in the first few games because Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was unavailable. Willey also batted at number four in the lineup. The left-hander only managed to score 18 runs in two innings of his four games.


In addition, Willey had just one ground out in four appearances. Willey was benched by team management for the remaining games following Maxwell's inclusion in the team and playing XI.


With only four overseas players in an IPL playing XI, it would be difficult for RCB to adjust him in their current combination, which could result in Willey's departure from RCB before next season in 2023.




Number 2. Siddharth Kaul



Sunrisers Hyderabad released Siddarth Kaul ahead of the mega IPL 2022 auction earlier this year because he took just seven wickets in eight matches last season. RCB bought the 32-year-old pacer for INR 75 lakh in the mega auction. But he could play only one game, a must-win match against Gujarat Titans in his last league match.


Kaul allowed 43 runs in his four overs and went wicketless that game. As a result, he may have to go to the auction again next year. Kaul could not find a regular place in RCB's bowling lineup because the management was already using the likes of Josh Hazlewood, Mohammed Siraj and Harshal Patel in its pace attack.


The Pathankot-based pacer may have a better chance if another team picks him in the IPL 2023 mini-auction and he fits into their bowling combination. Consequently, RCB could release him before next season.




Number 3. Karn Sharma



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Karn Sharma was bought by RCB in the mega IPL 2022 auction for INR 50 lakh. However, the leg-spinner could not be part of the starting XI for the entire season. RCB decided to stick with young Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga for the entire season. As a result, Sharma's integration into the team's bowling lineup proved difficult.


Consequently, RCB may release him in order to free up funds to sign another player. Karn may also have a better chance if any of the teams in need of a leg-spinner buys him in the IPL 2023 mini-auction.


Sharma will no doubt play his last IPL match for Chennai Super Kings against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2020 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The spinner has been warming the benches ever since.