Virat Kohli RCB: Brad Hogg's cheeky response on being asked the playing XI of RCB

Brad Hogg’s cheeky response on being asked the playing XI of RCB

Virat Kohli RCB: The 2020 season of the Indian Premier League will begin on September 19 in the UAE. Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are the three cities that will host the tournament. Virat Kohli will be looking to lead his Royal Challengers Bangalore side to their maiden IPL title win. The RCB team has always had one of the most dangerous and power-packed batting line up over the years. However, the death bowling has always let them down in crunch situations.

Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore will play their first match of the season on 21st September at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Their final match of the league season will be against the Delhi Capitals on November 2 in Abu Dhabi. (Virat Kohli RCB)

The team has the likes of Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Aaron Finch and Yuzvendra Chahal in their ranks. So, we can expect RCB to put up a dominant show in the league stages of the IPL and win most of their matches.

Bradd Hogg wants to be sure of the availability of the England and Australia players, hen only he can reveal the playing XI of Virat Kohli RCB.

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On Tuesday Cricket fans asked Bradd Hogg on Twitter, about what team combination Virat Kohli’s RCB should put on for the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). “What would be the playing XI for the opening match of RCB? Against SRH,” he tweeted.

Hogg in reply said, that he can only reveal his combination after being aware of the potential availability of the England and Australian players. Although, he jokingly said that he is sure of one thing that Virat Kohli will be the captain of the team and will bat at number 3.


Hogg answered, “When it gets closer to the game I will give you my X1. Kohli will be captain and bat 3. Want to make sure the Aussie and English players are guaranteed of playing. #Virat Kohli RCB

The English and the Australian players of the various franchises are currently busy in the bilateral series against each other. The series will finish off on September 16 and the players can reach UAE only by September 17. Then they have to undergo a six days mandatory quarantine period before joining their respective teams.

So, the players will not be part of the initial few matches. However, the franchises are contemplation on different other options through which they do not have to serve that six days mandatory quarantine period. Virat Kohli RCB.

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