RCB would fancy their chances if IPL is held in UAE: Aakash Chopra

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RCB would fancy their chances if IPL is held in UAE: Aakash Chopra
RCB would fancy their chances if IPL is held in UAE: Aakash Chopra

Aakash Chopra, an ex-Indian cricketer believes in the golden fate of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) if it goes organized in UAE.

Kohli’s RCB featuring multiple final stages could never make it to declare the trophy that is the biggest unfortunate. Aakash believes that the batting conditions there will suit RCB’s batting line-up and hence, helping out in succeeding.

RCB would fancy their chances if IPL is held in UAE: Aakash Chopra

“Batting conditions would not have much of an impact. In fact, certain teams may start feeling better. RCB for example, because when the grounds are big your bowling is not exposed that much even if it is weak. RCB I think might actually do well,” he said while speaking on his Youtube channel.

“There will be no problem although they might have to fight a little bit with the heat. For now, the weather is good. Let’s be fair, UAE experiences a lot of heat. But September and October are still the pleasant months,” the 42-year-old further said.

“In double-headers, however pleasant it might be, it is after all the heat of the middle east. So, batsmen might get dehydrated,” he ascertained.

RCB, despite reaching the final stages several times, has failed miserably as the last stages and never has grabbed a single winning trophy. Kohli’s aggression is notable on the field when he captains Men in Blue, however, India is struggling under his captaincy as being best throughout a tournament, the team fails at the last stages, e.g, Champions Trophy 2017 and the World Cup 2019.

However, the decision to hold the league still hangs on by a thread as despite getting the vacant window of September after Asia Cup’s cancelation, BCCI still has to wait for ICC’s deferred decision to make a justified final announcement on the cancelation to drag the league with the full swing by September-November.

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