Top Five Skeepers in Indian Premier League 2022

The 2022 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will start from March 26, with a match between last year’s finalists Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. A few groups needed to press the restart button, while two new establishments have additionally been added to the association – the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and the Gujarat Titans (GT). Be that as it may, the focal point of fascination would be a few old and new chiefs as follow:

KL Rahul

KL Rahul’s exhibition with the willow has been steady. In the last couple of seasons, he has pounded more than 600 runs each. Notwithstanding, regardless of his dazzling exhibitions, Punjab couldn’t arrive at the end of the season games in the four seasons, where he captained the establishment. As chief, however, Rahul didn’t appear to be exceptionally persuading for Punjab in the last two seasons. Questions were additionally raised over his captaincy after India lost the matches that he drove in the South Africa visit. Consequently, his authority for Lucknow Super Giants will be under the scanner.

Hardik Pandya

Previous Mumbai Indians (MI) all-rounder Hardik Pandya has without a doubt progressed significantly in the cricketing scene. Pandya who filled in as an all-rounder in MI will presently lead one of the two new establishments, Gujarat Titans, in the IPL this time. However he doesn’t have a lot of involvement as a commander either at the global or homegrown level, this will be an altogether new inning for Pandya. It won’t be simple for the cricketer as he should lead from the front a group that looks fairly meager on paper.

Faf Du Plessis

At the point when Virat Kohli ventured down from the post of captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), there were discusses who might presumably lead the crew. Two or three names were in information, yet the establishment amazed everybody as they gained Faf at the uber closeout for Rs. 7 crore, and further declared him as their new commander. The 37-year-old will have a major test close by as RCB, in spite of having a portion of the huge names, never come out on top for the IPL championship.

Rishabh Pant

Wicketkeeper-hitter Rishabh Pant dazzled cricket darlings during the Test series against Sri Lanka as the cricketer showed a few firecrackers from his willow. Last year, in front of the competition when Shreyas Iyer got harmed, Pant took over as Delhi Capitals (DC) captain. DC performed well in the main half and the establishment held Pant as the pioneer for the UAE leg despite the fact that Iyer was accessible. Under Pant’s captaincy, Delhi completed first in quite a while table yet sadly neglected to make the finals. This year, the test is significantly greater as dissimilar to last year, DC looks more fragile on paper. Consequently, his administration will be firmly watched.

Mayank Agarwal

Whenever Rahul moved to the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), and Punjab Kings gained Shikhar Dhawan, there were reports that the last option will be made the captain for the forthcoming fifteenth season. Brushing away the tales, Punjab named Mayank Agarwal as the PBKS chief. The captaincy is supposed to be an award for Agarwal attributable to his reliable exhibitions throughout the last two seasons.