South African star AB de Villiers believes the biggest challenge for all teams in the Indian Premier League will be adapting to the hot and humid weather in the UAE. Most of the matches will be held at night but the conditions will still be challenging. “I’m not used to this kind of weather,” he said in an interview on RCB’s Twitter handle. It’s too hot. I remember the Test match in Chennai in July where Veru scored 300 runs. It was still the same summer. “
“It’s equally abusive,” he said. Even at ten o’clock at night. This will make a lot of difference and you will need to save energy for the last five overs. “De Villiers said he would miss playing in India’s packed stadiums.” We all have the habit of playing in packed stadiums. Especially at Chinnaswamy Stadium when the audience is overwhelmed, the scene is different otherwise we will definitely miss it. “
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“But I don’t mean to imply that I’m not used to it,” he said. I played a lot of cricket in the empty stadium. In international cricket itself I have seen stadiums fill up. De Villiers said every player is happy to be back on the field after a long break due to the coronavirus epidemic. “Everyone is desperate for a good performance,” he said. They have brought new strength. And watch the best cricket. “
On the other hand, Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are yet to do their best in the Indian Premier League, have tried to solve their problems by buying Chris Morris and Aaron Finch, but it will be known on the field that this bet is so effective.
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Kohli’s current team, the most balanced team since 2016, reached the final for the third time, but lost again. RCB has spent Rs 100 crore on South African bowling all-rounder Chris Morris and the management will expect tough bowling in over overs as well as low-order offensive batting.