RCB at IPL 2024 auction. Searching for solid lower-middle-order, a couple of dependable bowlers could solve the puzzle for RCB at the IPL 2024 auction. One of the few teams never to win an IPL title. RCB prepares for the upcoming auction with optimism. The team is eager to secure their first trophy and make their mark in the cabinet. At the IPL retention, they released 11 players most of which were bowlers. With Hasaranga and Hazlewood no longer at their disposal. RCB is in desperate need of a couple of impact bowlers and a good lower-middle-order.

The champion second for RCB accompanied their procurement of Cameron Green from the Mumbai Indians for a noteworthy ₹17.5 crore. As Hardik Pandya made his re-appearance at MI. It was decided to part ways with Green and move in different directions. Australian batsman amassed 452 runs, including an unbeaten hundred years. Having said that, RCB’s true challenge lies in utilizing Green well and taking a leaf out of MI’s book.

RCB IPL Auction 2024
RCB IPL Auction 2024

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RCB chasing finishers(RCB at IPL 2024 auction):

Dinesh Karthik is no longer the batter he was in IPL 2022. It was a struggle, DK scored just 140 runs last season. Relying solely on DK for the starting XI isn’t a risk RCB will take. They seek another strong option like Shahrukh Khan to bolster their chances. No. 6 or 7 will be tailor-made for him to explode and launch RCB. He may not have had the greatest of outings at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Shahrukh fits the bill given the dimensions of the Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Utilizing Green as a top-order batsman remains appealing, yet last season proved his effectiveness there. With Faf du Plessis, Virat Kohli, Rajat Patidar and Glenn Maxwell anchoring RCB’s top five. Occasionally deploying Green in the top three, particularly on batting-friendly pitches, could boost the innings.

In the existing pool of bowlers, Mohammed Siraj and David Willey stand out as definite inclusions in the XI. Leaving space for three additional bowling choices. Death bowling due to the size of the ground has never been RCB’s thing, with a whopping ₹23.50 crore purse. RCB is likely to break the bank over a couple of left-arm quicks and a genuine spinner. Mitchell Starc and Gerald Coetzee could be the answer to RCB’s puzzle. Starc knows what it’s like to play for the franchise. He represented RCB in 2014 and 2015, having picked 34 wickets at an average of 20.38. As many as five IPL teams have already reached out to the Australian quickly. And coming off a stellar World Cup campaign that culminated with Starc and his teammates lifting the title. Why not?

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Coetzee Emerges as Bowling Solution for Team:

Purse remaining: ₹23.5 crore

Slots remaining: Six (three overseas)

Likely Indian picks: Shahrukh Khan, solid lower-middle order batters

Overseas picks: Mitchell Starc, Mujeeb-ur Rahman, Wanindu Hasaranga (repurchase)

Players retained by RCB

Faf du Plessis, Glenn Maxwell, Virat Kohli, Rajat Patidar, Anuj Rawat, Dinesh Karthik, Suyash Prabhudessai, Will Jacks, Mahipal Lomror, Karn Sharma. Manoj Bhandage, Mayank Dagar (trade), Vyshak Vijaykumar, Akash Deep, Mohammed Siraj, Reece Topley, Himanshu Sharma, Rajan Kumar

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