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« Reply #18 on: June 01, 2016, 01:55:15 AM »



Varun Aaron - Royal Challengers Bangalore

For years he has been hailed as India’s next big fast bowling hope but is prone to erratic performances and susceptible to injury. He also concedes runs at an alarming economy rate. He played in 8 matches and took just 2 wickets at a bowling average of 113.5 and an economy rate of 9.59. He was rightly dropped from the side and also omitted from the Indian Test squad for the West Indies tour. Even though he has pace, he just doesn’t have the knack of bowling a decent line and length. It is hard to see him turn in consistent performances in the shorter formats.

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« Reply #19 on: June 01, 2016, 01:55:33 AM »



James Faulkner - Gujarat Lions

He was Man of the Match for Australia in the 2015 ODI World Cup final and is considered a finisher for Australia with both bat and ball. He has an assortment of slower balls. However, he had a poor IPL by his standards. He scored just 77 runs in 7 matches at an average of 25.66 and a batting strike rate of 130.5. With the ball he took just 2 wickets and conceded runs at the rate of 9.82 runs per over. Because of such modest figures, he was dropped from the side and couldn’t win his place back. However he is still only 26 and has a long career ahead of him.
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« Reply #20 on: June 01, 2016, 01:55:47 AM »



Chris Gayle - Royal Challengers Bangalore

He is considered the greatest Twenty20 batsman of all time but was well below his best in the tournament. He played in 10 matches and scored 227 runs at an average of 22.7 and a batting strike rate of 151.33. He did play a brilliant innings in the final which gave RCB a chance of victory but could not recapture his form of previous years. He did get into some needless controversies and it is anyone’s guess whether it affected his form in the tournament. Normally, he goes after the bowling from the word go, but here he appeared to bide his time and was unable to impose himself on the bowling like he normally does.
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« Reply #21 on: June 01, 2016, 01:56:03 AM »



Ashish Nehra - Sunrisers Hyderabad

He played in eight matches and took 9 wickets at a bowling average of 22.11 and an economy rate of 7.65. He is been bowling extremely well since his recall during the Australian tour. He got injured midway through the tournament but no praise is too high for him for his contribution to the Sunrisers' cause. All the pace bowlers for SRH spoke about the valuable tips he imparted and learning from his experience. He recently underwent knee surgery and was unlucky to miss the final stages of the tournament. However, he proved that there is no substitute for hard work and experience.
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« Reply #22 on: June 01, 2016, 01:56:22 AM »



Adam Zampa - Rising Pune Supergiants

He was one of the stars of the WT20 but played in only five matches in this tournament. He took 12 wickets at an average of 9.58 and an economy rate of 6.76. His economy rate was the lowest among the top 20 wicket-takers in the tournament. He generally delivered whenever he was called on to bowl. His figures of 6/19 against SunRisers Hyderabad at Vishakapatnam were the best in this year's IPL and the 2nd best of all time in the IPL. He proved that an attacking leg-spinner is worth his weight in gold.
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