T20 No. 1 bowler with Rajasthan Royals

IPL 2021 Everyone is very excited about it. Franchisees are busy preparing and players are sweating in practice on the field. But the journey to the UAE leg is not going to be easy for Rajasthan Royals, captained by Sanju Samson. All the big players of the team, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer and Andrew Tye have withdrawn their names from the tournament. But RR’s new fast bowler Tabrez Shamsi can revive the team’s bowling.

Shamsi joins Andrew Tye’s replacement

Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer, who strengthen the bowling unit of Rajasthan Royals, will not be a part of the tournament. But the franchise has got the number-1 spin bowler of T20 in the form of Tabrez Shamsi. In fact, in the replacement of Andrew Tye, the franchise included this South African spin bowler in their team.

Left-arm spinner Shamsi is currently with the South Africa team on the tour of Sri Lanka and is bowling brilliantly there, which will surely have given the Rajasthan team a sigh of relief. because of his bowling South Africa Has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Shamsi has taken 4 wickets in the first two matches of the T20 series against Sri Lanka. In the series, he bowled at the best strike rate and took a wicket every 9th ball.

Shamsi will cross the new line of Rajasthan Royals

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South Africa’s star spin bowler Tabrez Shamsi has played 4 matches, in which he has taken 3 wickets. He was added to the team in 2016 by RCB as a replacement player. After that IPL No team played a bet on him. But for some time now he has been performing well at the international level.

Playing his spin becomes a problem for the batsmen standing in front. In such a situation, now he can prove to be a match winner for Rajasthan Royals in the UAE leg. In fact, as the IPL progresses, the UAE pitch may remain slow and slow. Shamsi can show his flair on such pitches. This year Shamsi has taken 28 wickets in 16 T20Is. He is the highest wicket-taker in the shortest format so far in 2021.

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