Dubai, 21 September – Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris believes that Virat Kohli is an all-time great player and does not face problems when he takes the field on Monday in IPL-13 after a long time due to Kovid-19. Will have to.
Kohli’s captaincy Royal Challengers Bangalore team will face Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Monday in the 13th season of the IPL.
Sunrisers have won the IPL title in 2016, but Royal Challengers captained by Virat Kohli have so far stayed away from the trophy.
The 31-year-old Kohli played his last match for India in a Test series against New Zealand in February.
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Styris said in the game plan show, “I don’t think he (Kohli) will struggle. His reason is that he is an all-time great player and he is the best batsman of IPL for many years. So if he struggles every Someone will struggle. “
He said, “I have no doubt that like everyone else, he is ready for this too. To ease the pressure on himself he would like to start the tournament better. His confidence is very high and I don’t think They are going to have a problem. “
The former all-rounder said that he does not think Kane Williamson will make it to the playing eleven for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
“Kane Williamson will sit out. I know he was the Orange Cap winner two years ago, but I understand that he will not be in the playing eleven to balance the team,” he said.
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