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Eight Helping Hands to Boost Each Team in Upcoming IPL 2021

Updated: Nov 22, 2023

eight helping hands for the upcoming IPL 2021

In little over a month to go for the Indian Premier league franchise have to start preparation to get their hands on the VIVO IPL trophy. While Mumbai Indians will try to achieve their 6th IPL Titles. Punjab Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi capitals will look to win the elusive maiden IPL trophy. One will also need help from the legends of the game to win an IPL season. Here are the eight legendaries of Cricket who will give a hand to the eight franchises to succeed in the IPL 2021.

Stephen Fleming - Fleming took part in for the Chennai Super Kings in the 2008 IPL after being signed. He played 10 games and bag 196 runs at an average of 21.77 with the leading score of 45. He was chosen to be a coach of Super Kings in 2009 and retired from the team as a player. He owns four IPL titles under his belt, three CSK and one with Rising Pune Supergiants. Fleming is also the Head Coach for Chennai Super Kings.

Mahela Jawardene - Jayawardene led Mumbai Indians to their second IPL title in his beginning season as coach. Jayawardene since then got two more IPL trophies with the Mumbai-side, forming them the only IPL side with four titles. Jayawardene is the chair Coach for Mumbai Indians.

Kumar Sangakkara - Rajasthan, since then their maiden title in the launch season, has strived to win another IPL trophy. In spite of that, with the addition of one of the best batsmen of all times, Sangakkara, RR will expect to win their second IPL championship. Sangakkara is the leader of Cricket for Rajasthan Royal.

Ricky Ponting - assigned as the head coach for Delhi Capitals in 2018, Ricky Ponting had assured that he will take Delhi to new heights in three years. And he fulfilled it so In 2020, he honored his words and led DC to their first IPL final.

Anil Kumble - Punjab has paced just one IPL final as yet. Formerly known as Kings XI Punjab. Punjab Kings will enter the tournament with new force and power. And the man who would be directing them is one of India’s best cricketers, Anil Kumble, also the Head Coach of Punjab Kings.

VVS Laxman - In IPL 2013, he was selected as a mentor for Sunrisers Hyderabad . Laxman has been one of the primary fellows of Sunrisers Hyderabad think tank. His move for balance shows in the team development too. Sunrisers are likely the most adjusted sides in IPL. Sunrisers Hyderabad were the first to show the significance of holding the center and making a playing XI around it. Sunrisers Hyderabad won its first IPL in 2016 because of this move.

Brendon McCullum - Brendon McCullum was the first batsman to score a hundred and a 150+ in the Indian Premier League.The details are sufficient to depict why he is truly outstanding in IPL history. Kolkata Knight Riders selected him in 2019, and keeping in mind that the Kolkata-side have had a blended season in 2020, they will be one of the top picks to pack the title this season. McCullum is Lead trainer Kolkata Knight Riders

Simon Katich - Appointed in 2019, Katich has revamped Royal Challengers Bangalore completely with the help of Director of Cricket Operations, Mike Hesson and captain Virat Kohli. Royal Challengers completed their end of the season games in IPL 2020. This time they will endeavor to go one up on their performance. Katich is likewise the Lead couch Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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