Despite the fact that they are doing admirably in 2020, there are a couple of holes and areas to improve in RCB’s squad. While the bowling can generally improve, RCB likewise can take a shot at the profundity of their batting unit. The team’s core is getting old, and it may be the perfect opportunity to put resources into more youth.
RCB may not be frantic for it. However, a mega-auction in 2021 can really give an effort to the strategy.
Here are 4 players the Bengaluru-based group can target
1. Glenn Maxwell
RCB must seek a plan for life without AB de Villiers. It is a hard cycle, and having Glenn Maxwell could support it. Maxwell hasn’t been good in this year’s tournament. However, we all know how dangerous he can be. With a dull season, the Aussie will likewise be accessible at a modest cost. Taking this into account, RCB can target Maxwell next season.
2. Ishan Kishan
The absence of a quality homegrown wicket-keeper separated from Parthiv Patel has influenced RCB’s equalization this season. Ishan Kishan is by all accounts the most ideal alternative for RCB to tackle this issue. With the measure of ability at MI, if there is a mega-auction, Ishan Kishan probably won’t be held. Subsequently, there is a solid chance of Kishan turning into a hot-cake at the following auction. On the off chance that RCB can hold their nerve, the Jharkand player could turn up in red-and-black in 2021.
3. Suresh Raina
Going by what has happened this season, it is impossible that Suresh Raina will play for CSK once more. Henceforth, RCB must hope to sign the veteran. Right now, RCB does not have a batsman who can play with complete courage. On the off chance that they sign Raina, this vacancy will get satisfied. With Raina, RCB would get a lot of experience and a solid fielder on the ground. All things considered, if Raina comes to RCB, Virat Kohli needs to open the innings, something which he can’t stand to do with an inexperienced middle-order.
4. Lockie Ferguson
While Chris Morris and Isuru Udana have been good, there is as yet one missing connection in RCB’s abroad bowling assault. Lockie Ferguson may very well be the response to this. KKR may hold Lockie, yet in the event that they picked against it, the Kiwi must be high on RCB’s objective rundown next season. The pacer is knowledgeable about the T20 format and is adroit at bowling at all phases of the game. This could help RCB incredibly.