Saturday, April 9, 2011

deccan chargers vs rajasthan royals

There is a completely new look, Deccan Chargers will look to test their strength when they take on the latest edition of the laggards Rajasthan Royals in a battle between two former world champions in the opening match of the Indian Premier League here on Saturday.

Deccan changed, the winners of the second edition of the IPL, after all their team finished fourth and failed to qualify for the Champions League Twenty20 last year, with Captain Kumar new in Sri Lanka's Sangakkara.

The home side looked less formidable in the beating, this time without the likes of Adam Gilchrist, Rohit Sharma and Andrew Symonds and they're hoping to find new recruits form to quickly start their campaign on a winning note at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Uppal.

Sangakkara was in the form of the President of the World Cup, but other major tennis such as South Africa, Jean-Paul Duminy and Australian Cameron White were not in the best shape in recent times for their countries.

That was the last precious two catches in the auction in January of England Kevin Pietersen and South Africa aimed at quick Dale Steyn. Petersen, however, will not be able to play this season as he underwent surgery during the World Cup, which was a blow to the Deccan.

Will Stein, who was in the form of red-hot in recent times, will be available and will be joined in the management of the pace of India's Ishant Sharma, who has ignored wants to prove a point after being ignored by national selectors for the World Cup.

With the West Indies and England tour after the next IPL, Ishant, the selectors want to influence national and stake claim for a place in the composition of the Indian team.

Do you spin in a circle India Test players and Amit Mishra, Pragyan Ojha take the bulk of the responsibility for slow bowling and they also want to do a good job with the West Indies and England the upcoming series.

Rajasthan Royals, on the other hand, will be looking to revive their fortunes as the IPL was on the downslide in the last two years after the opening title.

"They did a lot of big names in their squad this year, except in India ropping former captain Rahul Dravid and dashing New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor also is set to continue to rely on local talent.

Dravid and Taylor will be a bullwork of beating the man until the benefit of Shane Watson of Australia from the proceeds of a national duty in Bangladesh. Was also hit hard by the late withdrawal of England 2009 Twenty20 World Cup-winning captain Paul Collingwood.

Australian Shaun Tait will and South Africa Johan Botha will be key men for the royals in the pace and spin circles while the likes of New Zealand all rounder, Jacob tumors Trivedi Shiddarth is expected to play a supporting role.

The wily Shane Warne and captain-cum-coach in the edition view the last three that he has the uncanny ability to bring out the heroes of the local players, and we will have to see that his team can maintain a good track record in the league against the Deccan Twenty20.

Rajasthan Royals won five of six games played both sides in three editions so far, including home and away wins in 2008 and 2010.

Deccan Chargers:
Kumar Sangakkara (Captain), Ashish Reddy, Rajan Anand, Ankit Sharma, Akash Bhandari, Chipli spices, Daniel Christian, Devdhar Kedar, Shikhar Dhawan, Duminy Jean-Paul, Johnny Manpreet, Singh Sooden, Jaggi Ishank, Michael Lumb, Chris Lin, Ihsan Malhotra, Amit Mishra, Pragyan Ojha, Ravi Teja, Shah Jaydev, Ishant Sharma, Sohal sunny, Dale Steyn, Rusty Theron, Cameron White, Arjun Yadav.

Rajasthan Royals:
Shane Warne (Captain), Amit Singh, Asnodkar Swapnil, Binny Stuart, Johan Botha, Chahar Deepak, Chavan Ankeet, Chopra Aakash, states Aditya, Nayan Doshi, Rahul Dravid, Falah al-Samad, Fayez Fadl, Ashok Menaria, Sumit Narwal , Jacob tumors, Pankaj Singh, Paunikar Amit, Rahane Ajinkya, Abhishek Raut, Salunkhe Dinesh, Pinal Shah, Tate Taylor, Sean Ross, Siddharth Trivedi, Shane Watson, fuel completely ... Yagnik.

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