Twenty20 World Cup Form Guide: Who’s Enthusiastic from the Indian Premier League, Who’s Not

For all teams (except Pakistan) that were directly seeded in the main round of the ICC T20 World Cup, some players from the team participated in the Indian Premier League.

The 2021 edition of the IPL ended on Friday, just two days before the early stages of the T20 World Cup began. Both tournaments share a venue in the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah), so take a look at the recent IPL forms of some of the major players heading to the Showpiece World Event.


Outstanding stars among Australians Glen Maxwell, Has just entered the best IPL season since 2014. When IPL2021 moved from India, Maxwell’s form did not fall into the UAE’s tough hitting conditions-290 runs averaged 48.33 and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s strike rate was 143.56. .. The Big Show’s 6-person counter-hit spinner may be needed by a seemingly undercooked Australian team.

Especially when you think of it David Warner Dropped by Sunrisers Hyderabad after two failures. Marcus Stoinis Almost the entire UAE leg of Delhi Capitals’ IPL was missed due to a hamstring injury. Steve smith Delhi Capitals was limited to two games and managed a strike rate of 114.28.

Several Australian bowlers-including Pat Cummins –Skip the second half of the IPL. Josh Hazelwood An important part of the Chennai Super Kings title run, it was 26.63 with 11 wickets and an economic rate of 8.37.

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captain Eoin Morgan’s The dire form could be England’s biggest headache, as it looks at the trophy that just left in 2016. Morgan led the Kolkata Knight Riders to the IPL2021 final, following the horrifying first half of the tournament. However, his batting average did not improve in the UAE – from 10 games to 41 runs at 6.83, a strike rate of 71.92.

Some English stars have missed this IPL stretch. Among those who didn’t Jason Roy The average at the time of the debut of Sunrisers Hyderabad was 123.96, 30, Moen Ali He showed a decent run on CSK, averaging 18.87 and 117.05 on the bat and only 6.52 overs off-spin.

However, Liam Living Stone Unable to impress with the Rajasthan Royals, he scored 25, 1, 4, 6 and 6 just above the ball.


Big gun Virat Kohli When Rohit Sharma It did not work, KL Rahul Continued golden run in United Arab Emirates-295 run is 59 and strike rate is 141.82. The Punjab Kings captain signed off with an undefeated 98 off 42 with 135 chase against CSK. Only one other batter managed more than 15 batters in the match.

India’s main concern is the form of Mumbai Indian-dominated middle-order – Suryakumar Yadav When Ishan Qishan Struggling except for their last match, Hardik Pandya struck with a featureless low 110.29.

Bowling looks much better.Pacers Jaspari Bumura, Mohammed Shami When Shah Darta Cool Everything was inside the ticket gate and Bhuvneshwar Kumar had difficulty escaping as usual. Valuncha Cara Valcy (11 wickets, economy 5.72), although a leg spinner, stood out in KKR’s mystery spins. Rafuru Chahar After only two wickets in four games, he was put on the bench by MI.

West indies

Like England, defending champions worry about the shape of the skipper. Keelon Polard The Mumbai Indians scored 77 runs, 15.4 and a strike rate of 114.92 on the IPL UAE leg.

In addition to the concerns of the West Indies Chris Gale Withdrew from the Punjab King Steam because of the fatigue of the bubble.In addition, Deputy Captain of the West Indies Nicholas Pulan The average was only 11.4, which was also dropped in the last match of the Punjab Kings.

left handed Ewin Lewis (RR) and Simron Hetomie (DC) was the bright spot, which was prominent at 162.36 and 153.39, respectively.

A cloud of injuries was floating above KKR Andre Russell, I haven’t been playing for 3 weeks because I couldn’t recover in time for the knockout.

The Caribbean standby power supply was fine. Jason Holder There were 13 wickets at Sunrisers 7.79, Dwayne Bravo He put another title in his pocket at CSK and won 11 wickets at 7.85.

new Zealand

Captain of New Zealand and Sunrisers, hindered by his dangerous hamstrings and elbows Kane Williamson I made 138 runs with a disappointing 102.98. This time he himself got stuck because it is the glue that puts together the misfire batting lineup.

Trent vault It was another disappointment for the Mumbai Indians. Famous for his ability to hit with new balls, Vault had only three wickets in the UAE’s power play, but his overall economy was 7.32, which wasn’t too bad.

Most other kiwis were limited to a small role in the franchise.However Rocky Ferguson His extra pace, which stood out at KKR, pushed the batter back on a regular basis, bringing 13 wickets at 7.46. Its economic rate was actually at 6.46 before he was hit in the final in Dubai.

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South Africa

He spent some time on the way, Quinton de Cock Could not find his range of Mumbai Indians. A strike rate of 114.51 from 5 innings forced his franchise to ultimately look for other opening combinations.

Aiden Markram The Punjab Kings averaged 29.2, hitting 122.68.

Pace combination Henrich Norche When Kagiso Rabada It was productive again for DC – Nortje had 12 wickets, only 6.16, but Rabada made seven strikes with a 7.6 runover.


Rashid Hahn There were some unusual games he played several times, but overall, the Sunrisers eight wickets were a very reasonable 7.25 over.

Afghan captain Mohammad Navi Sunrisers used only one match.

Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

From these two teams on the T20 World Cup qualifying stage Mustafizur Rahman’s The six wickets for RR were a bit expensive with an economy of 8.53 and above.

Shaki Bouar Hasan The spin on the left arm was difficult to score with KKR, just over 6.62. However, Bangladesh’s all-rounder batting stint failed in a blink of an eye.

Sri Lanka high speed bowler Dushmantha Chameera Spin all-rounders without getting the game on RCB Crocodile Hasaranga The economic rate was 10 in two games he played in the same franchise.

Twenty20 World Cup Form Guide: Who’s Enthusiastic from the Indian Premier League, Who’s Not

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