IN IPL 2021
1) Tim David
Tim David became the first player from Singapore to feature in the Indian Premier League (IPL) after Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) signed a big hitter. Tim has represented the Hobart Hurricanes in the BBL and is known for his big hitting skills. The inclusion of Tim along with players like Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Glenn Maxwell will strengthen RCB’s batting order.
2) Tim Southee
Kolkata Knight Riders replaced Australian pacer Pat Cummins with New Zealand pacer Tim Southee. The 32-year-old has represented Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals in the past. The right-arm swing bowler is a veteran of 201 T20Is and has taken 224 wickets at an economy of 8.30 with best figures of 6/16. In IPL, Southee has played 40 matches and has taken 28 wickets with the best figures of 3/24.
3) Adil Rashid
Punjab Kings signed on for England spinner Adil Rashid in place of Jhye Richardson. The addition of Adil, the joint-highest wicket-taker in The Hundred, will help Punjab strengthen its spin department. In 201 T20 matches, Adil has taken 232 wickets with 4/19 as his best figures. The England spinner went unsold in the IPL 2021 auction at a base price of Rs. 1.5 crore but will represent Punjab Kings in the rest of the IPL.
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4) Tabrez Shamsi
Rajasthan Royals have signed South Africa’s Tabrez Shamsi for the remaining matches of IPL 2021 to be held in UAE. The left-arm wrist spinner has represented Royal Challengers Bangalore in the past and will come in handy with his variations. In 163 T20 matches, Shamsi has taken 183 wickets with 4/10 as his best figures. The world No. 1 T20 spinner has taken three wickets in four matches in the IPL and South Africa took seven wickets for the Oval Invincible in the recently concluded The Hundred.
5) Glenn Phillips
New Zealand batsman Glenn Phillips will represent Rajasthan Royals in the UAE leg of IPL 2021. The 24-year-old has come in place of Jos Buttler and has played 25 T20s. The wicketkeeper-batsman has played 138 T20Is and scored 3860 runs with an unbeaten 116. That would be an exciting prospect to watch.
6) George Garten
The left-arm pacer from England will represent Royal Challengers Bangalore in the upcoming IPL. He is considered a bowling all-rounder and has played 38 T20Is. With 44 wickets and 4/16 as his best figures, Garten has scored 187 runs with his highest being 46.
7) Nathan Ellis
Australian pacer Nathan Ellis is another exciting prospect to watch after he is signed by Punjab Kings for Phase 2 of IPL 2021. Ellis made his international debut during the recently concluded tour of Bangladesh, where he became the first man to take a hat-trick. On his T20I debut. In 33 T20Is, he has taken 38 wickets with 4/34 as his best bowling.
|1||DC||8||+0.547||12||W W L|
|2||CSK||7||+1.263||10||L W W|
|3||RCB||7||-0.171||10||L W L|
|4||MI||7||+0.062||8||W W L|
|5||RR||7||-0.190||6||W L W|
|6||PBKS||8||-0.368||6||L W L|
|7||KKR||7||-0.494||4||L W L|
|8||SRH||7||-0.623||2||L L L|
|30||Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings||19 September, Sunday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|31||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||20 September, Monday||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|32||Punjab Kings vs Rajasthan Royals||21 September, Tuesday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|33||Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||22 September, Wednesday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|34||Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders||23 September, Thursday||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|35||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings||24 September, Friday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|36||Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals||25 September, Saturday||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|37||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Punjab Kings||25 September, Saturday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|38||Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders||26 September, Sunday||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|39||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians||26 September, Sunday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|40||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals||27 September, Monday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|41||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals||28 September, Tuesday||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|42||Mumbai Indians vs Punjab Kings||28 September, Tuesday||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|43||Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||29 September, Wednesday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|44||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings||30 September, Thursday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|45||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Punjab Kings||1 October, Friday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|46||Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals||2 October, Saturday||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|47||Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings||2 October, Saturday||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|48||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Punjab Kings||3 October, Sunday||3:30PM||Sharjah|
|49||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||3 October, Sunday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|50||Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings||4 October, Monday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|51||Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians||5 October, Tuesday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|52||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||6 October, Wednesday||7:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|53||Chennai Super Kings vs Punjab Kings||7 October, Thursday||3:30PM||Dubai|
|54||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals||7 October, Thursday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|55||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians||8 October, Friday||3:30PM||Abu Dhabi|
|56||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals||8 October, Friday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|57||Qualifier 1||10 October, Sunday||7:30PM||Dubai|
|58||Eliminator||11 October, Monday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|59||Qualifier 2||13 October, Wednesday||7:30PM||Sharjah|
|60||Final||15 October, Friday||7:30PM||Dubai|